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TMI eCHO RCOISTCR, ECHO, OREGON
Ladies Get Busy
200 new and up-to-date
Linen Jackets Suits in
all shades ranging in
price from $7.50 to $20.
500 house, street and
party dresses from $1.50
to $30. The most beauti
ful garments this store
has ever shown.
F. E. Livengood & Co.,
Pendleton, Ore. Tentsch's Old Stand
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Contractor ind Builder
list filiates Furnished Jobbing and
At ttie Hotel Echo Eclio, Oregon
PULL TOOETHKR -OR ErHO
Chickering, Weber, Kimball,
Hobart M. Cable, Lester
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Genuine Pianola Piano
Victor, Edison, and Columbia Talking Machines
Eiler's Piano House
813 Main St., Pendleton
Simmer Rates East
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Oregon Railway & Navigaton Go.
OREGON SHORT LINE AND
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
Purtlaml, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma. Walla Walla and all points on The O.
It. Jc N. line
To OMAHA and return - - $60.00
To KANSAS CITY and return $60.00
To ST. LOUIS and return - $67.50
To CHICAGO and return - - $72.50
and to other principal cities in the East, Middle West and Kout. Correspond
ingly low fares. On Sale June 2, 3, July 2, 3; August 11,12
To DENVER and return - - $55.00
On Sale May 17, July 1, August 11
Going t ransit limit 10 days from date of sale, final limit October 21st.
These tickets present some very attractive features in the way of stopover privileges, and clioire
nf mitres: f herebr enalilln? nassentfers to make side trlrw to manv Internet I F i IT nnlritd nmnta
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Routing on the return trip through California may be had at a alight advance over the rat 5
Full particulars, sleeping car resenratlons and tickets will be furnUned by any O. R. & X. local
WM. McMURRAY, (Jeneral Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
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SCKXK OX THE COI KT OK HOXOIt, A.-'.-I. KXfOSITIOX. SEATTLE.
In constructing Its group of five buildings, the Tnltrd States Govern
ment had regard for the type of archltrcture followed generally In the
buildings of the Exposition proper. The Exposition struct ures are in the
modern French renaissance and the Government In the modern Spanish.
The two styles tie in nicely together and make an harmonious whole. On
the right of the picture Is the Alaska building, one of the Government
group. In the center Is the European Exhibits Talace. On the left Is
a facade of the Palae of Agriculture. The last two named are In the
French renaissance and were completed before December 1, 1908. The
Alaska building was completed April 15.
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PAXSIES AXD POSIES KVKKYWHEItE AT A.-Y.-P. EXIXMilTIOJT.
In the foreground of the picture is shown the bank which slopes up
from Geyser Basin at the Alaska-Yukon-Paclnc Exposition, Seattle. Upon
It have been planted 300,000 tufted pansy plants, and close up to the
ballustrades high-growing plants of bright blossom.
Above Geyser Basin can be seen the tanks of the Cascades, and around
these are growing 100,000 rose bushes, so selected that there will be a
rotation of blooms throughout the Exposition.
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THE FIXE A I ITS I'AI.ACK A.-Y.-I'. EXPOSITION. SEATTLE.
Into the Paluce of Fine Arts there bus gone as fine a collection of
works of art as has ever been rhown at a world's lair. It Is mucin up
of loan collections from Great Britain, France. Italy, Germany and the
Eastern states of America. Also there are valuable specimens of work
by tho leading modern artists of Japan and China, and many of the more
notable works of their ancient artists.
So valuaMe Is the eolloctlon that Insurance in the sum of $1,223,000
has bepn p!s:ced upon it with Lloyds.
The building Is absolutely fireproof. It Is of r Inforced concrete and
brick and, at the end of the Expotltlon, It will revert to the University of
WasMngtor.. by which it will be used n a Fchfiol of C'.iemlstry.
ORIENTAL PALACE AND MANUFACTURERS BUILDING.
The Palace of Oriental Exhibits and Manufacturers Building have a
frontage on Cascade Court and Geyser Basin and look across at Foreign
ExhiblU and Agricultural Palaces; Yukon Avenus separates these rung
nlncent display buildings, and In the back ground the state buildings of
Oregon and California are located.
Construction work on these buildings was completed last year and
exhibits are being received and placed in position. The Oriental Palace
will house the most valuable collection of Far Eastern art that has ever
been sent from the Orient, and will present displays from Japan. China.
India, Ceylon. Straits Settlements. French Indo China, Borneo. Java and
all the eastern countries of Asia.
The Manufacturers building encloses a vast amount of exhibit space
and every foot of this baa been engaged for display purposes by domesUe
and foreign manufacturers. The Interest manifested In this department of
the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition la world-wide and competitive dis
plays will be general and comprehensive. Exhibits are being dally re
ceived and the heavy work of Installation Is rapidly being accomplished.
We Haul Anything
Promit Attention Given to
Two Wagons Constantly at Work
O. G. THORNTON
The Echo Drayman
IIorsliKhoein a ixl General
Solicit Share of jour ?
Hucklcy Street, IScho, Ore. J
Echo Livery Stable
BACXrj CL'MBA, Prspt.
Under new management First
class livery rigs. Best of care
taken of horses left in our charge.
Good rigs, good horses. Hay and
grain for sale. Come and see me.
A New Hotel In
Judd Fish, Manager.
Rooms 50c to $1.50
U. D. HO LUES
Contractor and Builder
HOTEL HOSKINS Echo, Ore
For your next meal, try
(JUS LAKONTA1NE, l'rop.
Restaurant and Oyster House.
Meal at all Hour 2.1c
Open all Night
CKACKF.O OKA If,
CLAMS, KTC. EFC.
Everything New and Up-to-date
(i-M Main Street,Lnfonlaine Hlock.
House and Sign 1'ainter
I'n per Hanger.
Shop Main St., Next Itoor to George
Sc Miller Co., Helm, Oregon
A. C. CKAWFOHD
l. S. Land Commissioner
W. E. TIIIIRSIIRK
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P. II. IH)lt.V. M. D.
I'liyHlrlun aiul Surgeon.
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! KCIIO OREOON
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Ovi tInimI IMlge No. 23, I. ). O. F.
Meets every Haturday evening In the
Odd Fellows' hall on Dupont street.
Henrietta) lU-lx-kah IfMlg No. 3,
1 1. O. O. J--M:ei iMrionil and fourth
Wrdnesdays of each month In Odd
Umatilla Uxlge No. 40, A. V. A.
H.- Meets first snd third Saturdays
of each month In the Masonic hall on
J Dupolnt strreL
Fort Henrietta f'amp No. 772. W.
O. W. Meets first and third Wednes
days of each month In Odd Fellows'
. . MethodM Oianfi Aunday school
at 10 a. m.; fri vn at II s. m. and
7 p. ro., everj? Hr J. . i