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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 22 April 1905

TEN PAGES. DAILY EAST OKKdOMAK, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, AFRLL 22, 1905. PAGE SEVEN. SILK AND SATEEN . PETTICOATS FREE AN UNDERSKIRT WILL BE GIVEN FREE WITH EVERY LADIES' SLIT SOLD THIS WEEK. 250 Suits to choose from ALTERATIONS FREE. WE GUARANTEE A PERFECT FIT Lee Teutsch's DEPARTMENT STORE CITY BREVITIES Get sunny. U C Rader. U C Rader. Oet sunny. McAdams, wood and coal. Beat wood and coal, McAdams. See Wlthee for gasoline engines and pumps. Dutton's wagon will deliver best Ice cream to you dally. "Strawberry Hullers," 10c; coat holders, 10c. N'olf's. Boys, have you seen the swell line of ties at Teutsch's? New suits and top coata of all wool en fubrlca at Roosevelt's. Ask your grocer for Blue Mountain butter, 30c pound; 60c roll. For Sale: 4 -room cottage and two lota, 11000; 31S Jane street. Highest cash price for second-hand gooda at Sharon & Eddinga'. A pair of shoes Free this week with every man's suit. Teutsch's. Always pleased are smokers whe buy at Howard's cigar s...

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 April 1905

DAILY EAST OREGON! AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY", APRIL 22, 1905. TEN PAGES. EVENTS FOR JUNE AT PORTLAND FAIR Millions Know PAGE EIGHT. The following list of events has keen scheduled for the entire month of June at the Lewis and Clark fair. Each day's events are given separate ly and the program will be carried ut strictly as given below: J June 1, Thursday Opening cere monies. Innes' band, . Washington Agricultural college cadet corps. June 2, Friday Innes' band, Wash ington Agricultural college cadet corps. June 3, Saturday Innes" band, Washington Agricultural college car det corps. June 4, Sunday Innes' band. Washington Agricultural college ca det corps, oratorio in auditorium. June 5. Monday Innes' band, Transcontinental Passenger associa tion, Interscolastic baseball champion ship, Salem and Dallas day. June 6, Tuesday Innes' band. Transcontinental Passenger associa tion, individual gymnastic champion ship, Eugene and Cottage Grove day. June 7. Wednesday Innes' band. Transc...

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 April 1905

TEN PAG El DALLY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1905. PAGE NINE. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Wrevk Near Klleinburg. The eastbouud North Coast Limit ed wus wrecked yesterday morning about 4 o'clock about four miles east f Eliensburg. The wreck was caused by the engineer of a freight train, who hud orders to hike a siding, fail ing; to shunt his truiu clear of the main line. The limited, going at a speed of about 12 miles an hour, crashed Into the reur of the freight, smashing two flats and one box car into kindling wood and derailing the front trucks of the engine. On the wrecked train were Mrs. L. I Ellis and Mr. C. Morgan, of this city, who were In route home from having attended the sessions of the grand lodge of the A. O. U. W. and Degree of Honor at Tacoma. When the crash came Mrs. Ellis was asleep In a berth In the end of the Pullman, and was thrown with such terrific force against the upper berth as to dislocate her left shoulder and tear t...

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 April 1905

PAGE TEX. DAILY EAST ORFOOXIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1905. TEN PAGES. T 4 A Cup of Mother's Pride Coffee Is a delightful beverage; strong. T rich and fragrant. There Is a world of comfort In a cup of this coffee. As bracing as a X sea breeze a morning cup will T lighten the labors of the day. 2 If you would practice economy without sacrifice of quality, use "Mother's Pride" at 25 cents per pound. OWL TEA HOUSE ! SEC BARS SILK SCORE WAS 11 TO WALLA WALLA TEAM NOT IX PENDLETON CLASS. Flrst-Glass Work by Victors and Many Errors by the Losers Gen eral Field and Track Meet Is In Progress This Afternoon on Tutu 111a, With a Varied List of Events, All Attractive Commercial Team and Brlckmakers Will Play Ball at Weston Tomorrow. In the first day of the athletic tournament between the Walla Walla and Pendleton high schools, victory alighted with a rush' upon the banner of the P. H. S. It was thought that a hard-fought ball game was to be played, ami the hope of the local bo...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 April 1905

mnuxm.K...JimiMmLmawJLMB.. i DAILY EVENING EDIT10M 1 ' DAILYEYEISiMTION WEATHER FORECAST. Progressive merchants find ad vertising a most profitable Invest ment. Tonight and Tuesday fair. VOL. 18. PENDLETON, OHECION, MONDAY, Al'JUL 2 NO. 5341 7 Cl . - Kims TEMPLAR EASTER SERVICE Beautiful and Impressive and Attended Also by Visiting Com man der ies. . MANY KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CAME IN FULL REGALIA. The Serviced Were Conducted Accord ing to the Ritual of the Order and Were Followed by an Address by ReT. Iletiry Dixon Jones He Chose for Ills Trxt Uie 28th, 27tli and 28lh Verses of tle Tlilrd Cliapter of Paul to the Galatlans A Discourse That Coiniiianded Rapt Attention Rela tions of Free Masonry to Christian ity. At the Church of the Redeemer yesterday afternoon the beautiful Eas ter service of the Knights Templar was held by Pendleton commandery No. 7, with visitors from Baker City and La Grande commanderlea and the public In attendance. At 2:80 the Knights Templar met in their lodge room ...

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. — 24 April 1905

PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, AJRIL 24, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. IE IMMENSE LINE OF BEAU TIFUL HAMMOCKS, 75c TO $6.45. OUR HAMMOCKS THIS YEAR ARE DOUBLE WOVE, AND EXTRA REINFORCED AT ENDS TO SAVE BREAK AGE. WE GUARANTEE TI1EM TO HOLD THE FATTEST GIRL IN TOWN. Frederick Nolf & Co. SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. GENERAL NEWS. HELIX HAPPENINGS MUNICIPAL WATER SYSTEM BEING INAUGURATED. 11 ic Town l.s SiiiimI'Uh1 ly Many Rich Wheat Farms Adjacent to tlie City Is In the Center of a Fertile anil Prosperous District. President Roosevelt and party will be In Chicago May 17. Three provinces of western Mo rocco are In full rebellion, and a wholesale massacre of Jews and Christians Is feared. By Cape Horn the distance between New York and San Francisco Is about 14.S00 miles. The Panama canal will reduce this to something less than 5000. At Havre, Mont., a Chinese gnmbl er named Toy. accused of the murder of Lizzie Booth, was discharged from custody, there being no eviden...

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. — 24 April 1905

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, AJRIL 21. 1005. PAGE THREE. Thursday Morning, 9 o'clock THUD... Lac WILL BEGIN AT ALEXANDER'S DEPT. STORE I WE WILL PLACE ON SALE AT ABOVE NAMED DATE 1 5000 Yards of Lace JVST RECEIVED FROM IMPORTERS ALL WIDTHS, FROM ONE TO TOUR INCHES. VALUES FROM 8c TO 20c PER YARD. THURSDAY'S SALE PRICE, FOR ALL WIDTHS oY!. THIS IS POSITIVELY THE GREATEST BARGAIN OFFERING OF THE SEASON. Remember the Date AS WELL AS THE PRICE, AS SUE WILL BE FOR One Day Only. See Display in Our South Window j t ALEXANDER'S itnmtit HISTORICAL SKETCH OF COAST CUTTLE N. C. Marls, axaociate editor and traveling correspondent for the Rural Spirit, formerly manager of the C. B. Wade herd of thoroughbred cattle, writes the following entertaining his torical sketch of the Pacific coast cat tle, for a recent number of the Rural Spirit: Oregon has owned more Eastern and Canadian champions In proportion to the number of Shorthorns owned In the state than any other...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 April 1905

EIGHT PAGES. PAGE FOCK. DAILY AST ORBGOMAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, MUX OA V, A.lltlL 21, 1005. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Pabllshed Tprr aftKUM I except Sunday) at Pcod!ca. Orpa, by ttw EAST OREGOVIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. STORE FOR THEM FOR THIS IS BfT THE HEG INNING. IF THE OFFICERS WILL, NOT ENFORCE THE LAW, THE PEO PLE WILL TAKE THE MATTER IN THEIR OWN HANns. AND ASCER TAIN WHAT LAWS AND OFFICERS ARE FOR IN OREGON. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Dily. one year, by mull J 5.00 Daily, six months, by mall.... J. 50 Dally, three month, by mail.... 1.25 Daisy, one month, by mail 5u Weekly, one year, by mail 1.50 Weekly, r.x rr.onih. by mail 76 Week'y. four n-.or.tha. by mail.. .50 Semi-Weekly, one year, by mail. 1.50 Semi-Weekly, six month, by mall .75 Semi-Week'.y. four months, mall, .50 Member Scripps-MeRae elation. News Asso- The East Oregonlan Is on sale at B. B. Rich's News Stands at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perkins, Port land. Oregon. San Francisco Bureau. 40S Fourth street. Chicago Bureau. 909 ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 April 1905

EIGHT PAGES. SILK AND SATEEN PETTICOATS FREE AN UNDERSHIRT WILL BE GIVEN FREE WITH EVERY LADIES' SUIT SOLD THIS WEEK. I 250 Suits to choose from ALTERATIONS FREE. WE GUARANTEE A PERFECT FIT Lee Teutsch's DEPARTMENT STORE CITY BREVITIES Get tunny. U C Rader. C C Rader. Get sunny. McAdams, wood and coal. Best wood and coal, McAdams. See Wlthee for gasoline engines and pumps. Dutton's wagon will deliver best Ice cream to you dally. Boys, have you seen the swell line of ties at Teutsch's? New suits and top coats of all wool en fabrics at Roosevelt's. Ask your grocer for Blue Mountain butter, 80c pound; 60c roll. For Sale 4-room cottage and two lots, 1000; 316 Jane street. Highest cash price for second-hand goods at Sharon & Eddlngs'. A pair of shoes Free this week with every man's suit. Teutsch's. Always pleased are smokers who buy at Howard's cigar store. The shoe trade at Roosevelt's Bos ton store Is increasing very rapidly. 148 Victor 10-Inch records Just re delved. All the lates...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 24 April 1905

PAGE SEC DAILY EAST OREGONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, AJRTL 84, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. THEWOOLSmUTIDH FIXER GRADE OF WOOL IS DEMANDED. IN CHILDHOOD AND OLD AGE Collapse of Uw 1898 Boom Killed Speculation In Wool Woolen Good Market is Disappointing Fashion Constantly Demands an Increasing , Finer Grade of Woolen Fabrics. Justice Bateman & Company, the well known wool commission mer chants. Issue the following exhaust ive review of the world wool situa tion: Wool Is dull. The main cause of the dullness Is disappointment over the backward condition of the woolen goods market, upon which everything now depends. This Is In strong con trast with the situation 11 months ago when the wool market controlled that for woolens, while now It waits upon the latter. Manufacturers will not buy wool except to cover orders which are not yet forthcoming In suf ficient volume to give any Indication of whether coarse or fine wool will be required for the coming season's styles. Last year's fashions ...

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. — 24 April 1905

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGON! AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, AJRTL 24, IMS. PAGE SEVEN. MISCELLANEOUS. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE JMe!i tle Last Chief. "It Is probable that no chief will be elected to Bucceed the deceased Chief Joseph," said James Stuart, the well know Nez Perce Indian, who was an arrival In the city yesterday from Kooskia.' "A petition has been filed with the commissioner of Indian af fairs by Mrs. Felix Corbett, sister of the late Chief Joseph, asking: that the department recognize no chief elected to succeed Chief Joseph. Mrs. Corbett sets forth In her peti tion that there are no relatives to succeed the dead chief and that the election of a successor would be the voice of only the renegade element of the tribe. The petition by Mrs. Corbett Is a very strong document and deals with the conditions of the tribe and the demoralizing effect of electing a new chief. Mrs. Corbett points out the In dividuality that now is found among the Nes Perces and st...

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 April 1905

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX. PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, AJ1UL 24, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. I I I 11 TO 6 NOW, SWEETHEART, I WANT YOU TO GO TO i ILHDSTTWOTDOHESGflflE WAS A Cup of Mother' Pride Coffee li a delightful beverage; strong, rich and fragrant. There li a world of comfort In a cup of thla coffee. Aa bracing as a sea breete a morning cup will lighten the labors of the day. If you would practice economy without sacrifice of quality, use "Mother's Pride" at J 5 cents per pound. It Will Pay You to Inspect our windows hereaf ter. Each week we will have a few pocketbook ticklers. This Is the only reference that will be made. If you want to know, come and see. FIELD AND TRACK MEET IN PENDLETON'S FAVOR. Jay Dil (lie Star Work fur the Local Train, While Crocker, of Walla Wuilo, Led Ills Aggregation hi Skill Crocker Made a Record In tlie 100-Yard Dash. IxaAAAAsUsM IIM'I OWL TEA HOUSE SIX BARS SILK SOAP 25c. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR EASTER SERVICE. (Continued from page 1.) who is today risen and...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 April 1905

DAlLYEVOiGEDITION ). ,,WN frf IQMYMGEDlTlONj WEATnElt FORECAST. Thunder showers tonight; Wed nesday probably fair. Progressive merchnnts find ad-. vertlslng a most profitable Invest ment. VOL. 18. PENDLETOX, OKEGOX, TUESDAY, APIilL 25, IT)05. NO. 5312 MILWAUKEE IS BADLY SHAKEN Failure of National Bank Has Created Unprecedented Ex citement. BANK DECIDES TO USE SO-DAY NOTICE HULK. The City's Clearing lloune AhhocU Uon Undertakes to Inspire Confi dence Among Uie People as to Uie Bank's Solvency Detectives Are Scouring Cliicago for the Assistant Cashier, Who Is In Hiding 100 Policemen Necessary to Keep Or der in Crowd of 5000 Depositors. Milwaukee, April 25. Despite the assurances of business men and strong financiers that all depositors of the First National Bank will be paid dollar for dollar, an Immense crowd of people began to gather In front of the bank at an early hour this morning. At 8:30 a long line had formed and was kept In order by a heavy body of police. The crowd showed ev...

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. — 25 April 1905

PACE TWO. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. 4 ' IHBI IMMENSE LINE OF BEAU TIFUL HAMMOCKS, 75c TO $6 45. OUR HAMMOCKS THIS YEAR ARE DOUBLE WOVE, AND EXTRA REINFORCED AT ENDS TO SAVE BREAK AGE. AVE GUARANTEE THEM TO HOLD THE FATTEST GIRL IN TOWN. Frederick Nolf & Co. SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. MILTQN IN BLOOM STK AWBK.KKY CROP WILL BE WORTH :10.000. One Hundred Acres In the Milton ami Fn-ewatrr District Will Yield S00 Per Acre Raw Liiml Is Worth $150 lVr Aere. While, Cultivated I-Miul Under Irrigation Is Worth S.VIO Per Aere 1000 People Em ployed In Berry Harvest First Berries Will Ripen .May 10. GENERAL NEWS. i United States Senator Russell A. Alger Is suffering with acute Indiges tion and Is threatened with gastritis. The western coast of Equador and the adjacent Pacific islands of Guy aquil, have been shaken by an earth quake. For the first time In 38 years, slight earthquake shocks were re cently felt In Derbyshire and York shire, ...

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. — 25 April 1905

EIGIIT PACKS. DAILY EAST OREGONIAJC PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1905. PAGE THREE. j Thursday Morning, 9 o'clock THE Lac WILL BEGIN AT ALEXANDER'S DEPT. STORE WE WILL PLACE ON SALE AT ABOVE NAMED DATE 5000 Yards - of Lace JUST RECEIVED FROM IMPORTERS. ALL WIDTHS, FROM ONE TO FOUR INCHES. VALUES FROM 8c TO 20c PER TARD. I THURSDAY'S SALE PRICE, FOR ALL WIDTHS sTHIS IS POSITIVELY THE GREATEST BARGAIN OFFERING OF THE SEASON. 1 Remember the Date AS WELL AS THE PRICE, AS SALE WILL BE FOR One Day Only. See Display in Our South Window ALMAMDEIL'S DEPARTMENT STORE T A J Ji 1. VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 ACRE COST m KKVF.N-YEAR-OLD GRANT'S PASS APPLE ORCHARD. Prominent Orchardlst Give Estimut" or Expense of Raising Apples Com pared Willi Revenue From Aver age Yield Figures Out Tliat the Net Profit Sltould Be $325 Per Acre Value of Oregon Crop In 1903 and 1904, and Prices Paid In British Isles Therefor. A prominent orchardlst near Grunt's Pubs In Josephine county, Southern Oregon, figures that...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 April 1905

PAGE FOUR. DATLYiCAST OREGONIAN, rENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1905. EIGIIT PAGES. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published erery tftera.i (except Sunday) at Pendleton, Oregon, by the EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Daily, one year, by mall $5.00 Pally, six months, by mall.... 2.60 Dally, three months, by mall.... 1.26 Dally, one month, by mall 60 Weekly, one year, by mall 1.60 Weekly, six months, by mail 76 Weekly, four months, by mall.. .50 Semi-Weekly, one year, by mall, 1.60 Semi-Weekly, six months, by mall .75 Semi-Weekly, four months, mail, .50 Member Soripps-McRae News Asso ciation. The East Oregonlan Is on sale at B. B. Rich's News Stands at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perkins, Port land, Oregon. San Francisco Bureau. 408 Fourth street Chicago Bureau. 909 Security Bids. Washington, D. C. Bureau, 601 14th St.. N. W. Telephone Main 11. Entered at Pendleton Postofflce as second-class matter. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy for advertising matter to appear In...

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. — 25 April 1905

DAILY EAST OKEGO.VIAX. PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1005. PAGE FITS. EIGHT PAGES. We have them in twenty different styles for Men Women and Children Tan, Patent Kid, Patent Colt . and Kid Children's Women's Men's $1.00 and up $1.50 and up $1.75 and up An experienced shoemaker who will do your work carefully and promptly ALL RIPS SEWED FREE Lee Teutsch's DEPARTMENT STORE CITY BREVITIES Get tunny. U C Rader. D C Radar. Get sunny. McAdams, wood and coal. Beat wood and coal, McAdams. See Wlthee for gasoline engines and pumps. Dutton's wagon will deliver best Ice cream to you dally. New suits and top coats of all wool n fabrics at Roosevelt's. Ask your grocer tor Blue Mountain butter, 30c pound; 80c roll. For Sale 4-room cottage and two lots, $1000; 315 Jane street. Highest cash price for second-hand goods at Sharon & Eddlngs. Always pleased are smokers who buy at Howard's cigar store. "The Lady of the North" and other new books, at Nolf's book store. The shoe trade at Roose...

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. — 25 April 1905

PAGE SIX. DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY', APRIL 25, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. MAY PICNIC AT ECHO NOTEWORTHY AFFAIR TO ' TAKE FLACE MAY Mnilc by a Band of 28 Pieces Will Lend the Procession Governor Chamberlain Will Deliver the Prin cipal Address Speeches by B. A. Wortliinglon and OUicr Notables, Will Cover a Wide Range of Thought and Activities. On Saturday, May 6, the second an nual May picnic will be held at Echo, and from the preparations that are being made and the program that has been arranged it will certainly be a noteworthy affair. The following is the order of exercises for the day: :00 Band concert by L D. S. band of 23 pieces at city hall. 9:30 Line of march. Procession forms on Bridge and Dupont streets, headed by the mar shal of the day, Asa B. Thompson, with 100 aides, invited guests in carriages, city council and mayor of Echo, citizens in carriages. Line of march, from city hall west on Bridge street, north to Main street, east on Main street to Bonanza,...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 April 1905

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL- 25, 1905. PAGE SEVEN. MISCELLANEOUS. AMONG THE OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Payette Is Growing. J. W. Preatal, the Payette lumber man, returned home yesterday after noon from a brief business visit to Boise. Mr. Prestel Is the chief owner of the big saw and planing mill at Payette, and also owns a box factory. Speaking of the business to a -Capital Newt reporter he said his planing mill and box factory had been run ning all winter but the sawmill -will not start up until after the spring log drive. lie said his men hoped to start the drive in a few days which will con sist of 2,000,000 feet. The logs were cut on the middle fork of the Payette and will be brought down as soon as the river raises a little more. The town of Payette Mr. Prestel said. Is growing in a substantial way, and some good improvements are no ticeable. Cement sidewalks are being laid all over town. Boise Capital News. Stubbing Affray at Prineville. Ear...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 April 1905

DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, APIUIi 25, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. -' HOOT IS TONIGHT PROBABLY TRAVER i PAGE EIGIIT. A Cup a of Mother's Pride Coffee 1 delightful beverage; 'strong, rich and fragrant. There Is a world of comfort In a cup of this coffee. As bracing as a sea breese a morning cup will lighten the labors of the day. If you would practice economy without sacrifice of quality, use "Mother's Pride" at 25 cents per pound. It Will Pay You to Inspect our windows hereaf ter: Each week we will have a few pocketbook ticklers. This is the only reference that will be made. If you want to know, come and see. WILL DKTKKMK E WHO GOES TO WALLA WALLA. The Inland Empire Contest at the Garden City Will Be Held May 12 Program Tonight Is Varied and Attractive and Will Be Held 'at the Baptist Church A Collection to Defray Representative's Expenses W ill Be Taken. HWL TTf A HOIJSR t SIX .BARS SILK SO.AP 25c. 4 M I 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 I r ! BASEBALL T HOLDS TRAIN NORTHWEST SEASON OPE...

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