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THE ECHO REGISTER, ECHO, OREGON
FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 10
Men's Furnishing Goods
Shirts, noft unl golf, in nil
kindH and sizes, from 50c to
Hats, Huts, Hats.
Socks, Socks, Socks.
Tics, Tics, Tics.
Corduroy Pants &
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes.
We just got in our new
clothing racks and now we
are going to keep nliout 100
snappy,nift,y suits on them
all the time. We want you
to 8h our racks as we think
they are just the thing.
We are agents for M. Born
& Co. if you want a suit
Waists and Skirts
Are you going to need a
waist soon? If so let us
show you what we have
some beauties from $1.00
We have some very nice
white shirt waist suits for
spring and summer. We can
save you some hard work
and they will cost no more,
Prices from fl.oO to $ r.00.
Only one week until school
is overyou must look for
white dresses and white dress
goods, slippers, white hose,
See our beautiful line of
wash goods for summer.
Send forsamples-price8 from
Glic to 50c a yard.
We are sole agents for Buster Brown School Shoes and the famous Peters and Browne Shoe
Co.'s shoesof St. Louis. Nothing better. Groceries, Groceries, Good things to eat and wear.
Pure White Flour. Alfalfa Seed. Chopped Barley. Fresh Vegetables.
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I he George & Fi ill er Co. ittEESI
Butterick Patterns . I nrc ,-n h wu
vat ui kitl ll VI1U
Agents for Delineator
! and !
jp Local Happenings d
Cigars at Elams.
Cigars at Lisle & Co. 'a.
Fresh Dread at Elams
Typewriter ribbons for sale at
the Register office.
Wood For Sale A lot of green
willow wood in length from 8 to
16 feet for sale. Will sell by
the load or will sell the pile.
For particulars call at this office.
For Dairy milk see A. B. Gil
lette, Echo, Oregon.
Lisle & Young will have ice
The annual Portland Rose
Festival opens Monday next,
June 7th, and continues during
the week. A large number of
Eastern Oregon people will at
tend. Portland never does any
thing by halves, and on this oc
casion East Oregonians know
Lois Smith house for rent $15,f,'m Past experience that they
a month. This offer open for be royally entertained by
two weeks only. 2t tne public spirited citizens of
the Rose City, and afforded the
Farmers in the vicinity of 'opportunity of witnessing many
Echo are making preparations ! magnificent and spectacular
to begin cutting and putting up
their first crop of hay.
sights during Festival week.
E. P. Marshal spent Saturday
Keep in mind the grand Fourth and Sunday with his family at
of July celebration in Echo on ' Pendleton, returning Monday to
Saturday, July 8. There will : his work in Echo.
be a good program of sHrts and
amusement for everybody, all to
conclude with a grand ball at H
P. M. in the evening.
C. S. Mudge, now employed
in the offices of the North Itank
railroad in Portland, was in
Echo the first of the week to
look after his lodging house
Frank Sloan was a Pendleton
visitor Saturday on business.
Claude Sloan transacted busi
ness in Pendleton the first of
A. B. Thomson, secretary of
the Wool Growers' Scouring
property here, and succeeded in jnpany; manager and treas
selling the same to Thad Barnes j l,rer of the Eastern Oregon In
who will continue the business. tUMHndent Telephone Company,
C. S. looks natural. City Alderman, a member of the
' Echo Fire Department. Repub-
Roy Pugsley has been in townlliean County Committeeman,
for the past week visiting j trustee of the Echo Wool Grow
friends. Roy has been attending iers Association, spent a few
school at the State University, (hours of his valuable time in
at Eugene, and in company with
his father. II. D. Pugsley, who
has been attending the Federal
court in Portland as a witness
in the llanley case, they stopped
off to visit their old home and
many friends in Echo. Mr.
Pugsley and Roy left Monday
evening for their present home
Spike & Litsey have opened
up their meat market on Main
street, in the Litsey building.
The gentlemen will keep on
hand a full line of choice fresh
meats, hams, bacon, lard, etc.,
and through courteous treat
ment of patrons they will no
doubt soon build up a good and
W. J. Wattenburgerand family
are visiting friends and relatives
in the vicinity of Milton. They
expect to return this week.
Pendleton last week
Lisle A Young fire v orks.
J. C. Freeman, of Moro, was
a business visitor in Echo this
J. K. Templet on came down
from Pendleton the first of the
II. C. Mitchan, of Seattle, was
an Echo visitor the first of the
T. D. Matthews, of Galloway,
was transacting business in
Elmer Cleaver, of Chicago, J.
W. Messner. of Baker City, and
W. J. Stapish, directors in the
Western Land & Irrigation
Company, are in Echo looking
after business matters.
Portland Morning Oregonian
on sale at the racket store Daily.
Ice cream and ice cream soda
on Sunday at Elam's.
Elatn has one of the neatest
little soda fountains in the city
and is prepared at all times to
quench your thirst with almost
any flavor you desire.
Ice cream for parties, socials
and weddings at Lisle & Co.'s
Miss Cora Barringer left for
Pendleton Saturday, where she
expects to be absent for some
time visiting with her sisters,
Mrs. W. A. Manke and Mrs. E
Louis School, Jr., writes firei
insurance in good reliable com
panics. Low rates.
II. E. Bartholomew is cutting
hay on the O. D. Teal place, be
Frank II. Saunders, of Monu
ment, Grant county, Oregon,
and formerly engaged in the
newspaper business at that
place, visited with old time
friends in Echo last week. He
returned to Grant county Sun
day, going via La Grande and
Mrs. Steel and Willard Prior
left Monday for Glendale, Mont
W. S. Prior accompanied them
' as far as Pendleton.
Misses Georgia and Mabel
Neal went to Pendleton Monday
to accept a position with the
Roberts steam laundry.
The Register was in error last
week in stating that the school
report was for the month of
Ma v. It should have read for
Steamed rolled barley, at the
Henrietta Mills. Farmers please
take notice. This method softens
the glutin and retains the same.
greatly increasing the food value
Mrs. Walter Laman lift Wed
nesday for Weiser, Idaho, where
her husband is now working in
a confectionery store.
W. H. Boyd, one of our promi
nent merchants, made a business
trip to Pendleton yesterday.
A. B. Cone, representing Fair
banks, Morse & Co., of Port
land, registered at the Echo
At the recent school examina
tions Fee Esteb, of Echo, had
94 5-9 per cent, standing third
highest in the county. He was
the youngest member of his class
in the Echo school and received
the highest per cent.
Miss Laura Bonney returned
Monday norning from a extend
ed visit with relativer and
friends in the Willamette valley.
Jockey NotUr Recalvea flO.OOO Salary.
Two American jockeys rode for the
drat time In Germany at tbe opening
of tbe aeaaon at Karlshorat. Tbey are
Notter ana Itadtke. nnd tbey ride for
tbe Weinberg and Ilanlel aiablea. re
spectively. It la reported tbat Notter
receives a higher salary tban a Prus
sian minister, whous pay Is about
Arrange Data For Polo Match.
Tbe International polo match for tbe
American cup to be played In London
by tbe Ilurllnchnm team and a team
from the American polo aiutoclatlona
will tnke place June 23 and June 28
and a third game. If It should be nec
essary. June SO. The American polo
cup has been held by tbe British club
Cornell Varaity Stroke Retires.
P. Z. tlortou. stroke of tbe 1909 Cor
nell varaity crew, bus been obliged to
give up rowing on account of the pres
sure of university work and has left
tbe varsity shell. Uorton's loss Is a
serious blow to tbe Cornell varsity.
send to Mail order Houses for
Watches when you can buy a
Genuine 21JewelHampden move
ment in a 20 year Case for $20;
or a 23 Jewel movement in 20
year Case at the same price.
W. L. Knight, Echo, Oregon.
Call at the Racket Store,
where you will find over 5,000
beautiful post cards to select
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
Echo, Ore., June 1st., 1909.
Notice is hereby given to the
stockholders of the Columbia
Creamery Company, that you are
required to be present at a meet
ing of the Columbia Creamery
Company, to be held in the town
of Echo, at the City Hall, on
Thursday, July 1, 1909, at 2
o'clock P. M. of said day, to
discuss the question of whether
to sell or lease the creamery
By order of the Board of Directors.
T. G. Smith, Secretary.
A homestead relinquishment
of 100 acres for sale Six acres
in alfalfa, SO acres in wheat,
good well, fair four room house,
and a shed barn. Price $1000.
For particulars call on the Reg
Grape juice at Lisle & Co.'s.
If you have butter, eggs or
farm produce to sell take it to
the Home Bakery, J. Hutchens
Get your printing at the Regis
ter office, where they print things
Soft drinks at Elams
Pittsburg's Many First Basemen.
Bill Abateln. wbo seems to be filling
the bill at flint for the Pirates. Is tbe
slxtb first seeker tbnt team bas bad In
as many yean. Since 1900 Nealou.
Storke. Kane. Swaclna and Gill bare
played tbe bag.
Breanahan Insured Fer 150,000.
Stanley Robison. owner of the St
Iol National, bns taken out a $30.-
000 I'fo Insurance policy on his man
ager and leading catcher, Roger Bres-ushan
Farmers locate me near you.
Write your terms. Box 17,
Portland Oregon. Real estate
men dont answer.
It's luck to smoke Pock.
The better than 5c cigar.
The cigar in the green box.
PCIX TOOKTHXR FOR ECHO.
NOTICE FOR rrBLICATIOX-ISOLATKD
rTBUC LASI jtALF
Department of the Interior. I'ntted States
1-and Office, La Or tide. Oregon
Notk la hereby Siren that, a dlnvted hy
tket omniMonerof the tirtieral Land tifnre.
under provision of Ait of Conrrew approved
June:. I' CHUtat.. 5ID. we will offer si
public aale. to the highest bidder, at IDoVlork
A. SI., on the Tnd dar of July. It al Hit
oftVe. the ftllotn dearrlbrd land:
, eve , T. I X, R. M. E. W. M.. Ser
Ul number USA
Any i-r t'Ulmln adrenelr the ahura-
wnwn tana are aartwa to tie tlwtri-lalma.
oohrttona. ot) or brfurr the time delfnatd
F. C. RRAMWFt.L. RecUter.
COLOX K. F.BF.KHAK1I. Kei-Hrer.
Call for Bids.
I will sell to the highest and best
j bidder on Saturday June 10th, IDOit,
at 10 o'clock A. M. at my office in the
court house of Umatilla County, Ore
gon, ll.Soo. of the 2j,0O0. five per
rent bonds, Issued by School Dist rict
No 5 of Umatilla County, Oregon,
for the purpose of erecting a school
building or school buildings, or for
the purchase of land for school pur
poses, and for refunding the existing
bonded indebtedness of said district,
interest parable semi-annually on
May 1st. and Nov 1st, of each year.
A deposit of tooo. with each bid.
Dated this l.Itli, dav of May 1!W9.
O. W. Bradley,
May 14th, to June 18th, 1W9.
When in Tendieton don't tail to stop in at the
NISSEN IMPLEMENT COMPANY
and see the new
ALAMO GASOLINE ENGINE
It surpasses anything that lias ever been put on the market
Rock Spring Lump Coal
A. L. SCHAEFER
Sicctsssr ts LmIi Huz&cr.
Jeweler and Optician
Expert WaUk Rcptirii
Peitlttot, : Ortgti
Dry Slab and
ECHO LUMBER CO.
II. E. STEYEiSS, Manager