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About The Echo register. (Echo, Umatilla County, Or.) 190?-1909 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1909)
THE ECHO REGISTER, ECHO, OREGON
FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1909
We are going to CelebrateYou and I
0 We have made a special effort to have a supply of 4th of July wants and cordially Invite you to our store during the morning of the 3rd. We will be ODen 0
2 until 11:00 o'clock
For LsdiCS '"minli you with a new dross quick. Shirt waists suits, separate skirts, parasols, shoes, gloves, belts, collars, etc.
tH Porous Knit. Athletic Underwear, etc., etc.
Foi1 MpH 11 1UH U nnV H,lit WP wou,1 1)0 I,,t'as,'1 to show you some very nifty things at prices ranging front $12.50 to $20.00. We carry a line of Steti
1 Ul 11C11 amj ianamu Hats; also famous Kingsbury ami King Hats at $3.00 and $2.50. .Shirts galore; all kinds. Ties, Tit's, Ties. Underwear for sunnne
0 ShfiPS ShflPS OF ALL KINDS. We just received a large shipment from St. Louis of Men and Women's Dress Shoos. Some beauties. If you need a pair for 0
CJ tJAIUta JMUCa t ). Fourth wt. would be pleased to show them to you. Sol.' Agents for the Peters Shoe Company and Brown Shoe Company ,of St, Louis. 2
Groceries ! Groceries ! Groceries !
O Harvest Time ,S AT I,AXI) " miiy will want large bills of (iroceries. We will guarantee our prices and would be pleased to figure with yo
0 lldlVCai IllllC vour nam.st Wants. Here area few things that we look to advance, particularly, Old Potatoes, Flour, I Jacon, Hams, Lard, Rice," Hi
0 The market is very stiff on the above articles mid if you use lots of them it will pay you to buy early.
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(p Local Happenings
Vote today for Goddess of. Vote today for Goddess ofj
Cigars at Elams.
Cigars at Lisle & Co. 'a.
Fresh Dread at Elams
Floyd Connor has gone to Chi
cago with sheep.
C. S. Russell, of Portland, was
in Echo Tuesday.
W. II. Copeland, a prominent;
merchant of Astoria, is in Echo
looking after his land interests
under the Furnish-Coe project.
J. A. M. liobb, of Spokane,
register! at tho Hotel Kcho
Are you going to the Fair?
Ix't us sell you a dandy suit case
or trunk, at (Jeorge and Miller's.
Lots of good old spuds on
hand at George & Miller's.
J. It. Wilson, of Walla Walla,
was an Kcho visitor Tuesday.
J. II. Itlanford was in Kcho
Tuesday from Portland.
Horn, in Kcho, Tuesday June
22, UHW, to Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Norman a girl. Dr. Ackley at
Strawberries for cunning pur
poses at George & Miller's.
F .1 Kurt ip
Lisle & Young will have ice
Lisle & Young tiro v orks.
Joe Feldinan, of Portland,
registered at the Hotel Kcho
Lost Ladies gold belt pin
with engraved ladies head. Re
ward by leaving same at Regis
Dr. Alexander Reid, physician
and surgeon. Oftice Arlington
Fireworks, Hags and bunting
for decoration at George &
J. C. Hoskins has purchased
the interestof his partner, Floyd
Connor, in their general store in
J. C. Hoskins has returned
from Klgin where he had been
looking after his sheep.
lieautiful Fourth of July
dresses ready made at George &
See our new Ox-Mood shoes
for summer, just arrived, for
men and women at George A
Fourth of July goods, tire-; ladies to feel disappointed boys
works, Hags, bunting, lanterns 'by not voting your choice for
and confectionery at L. H. j Goddess of Liberty
James M. Kyle, superintend
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Arbogast.
of Walla Walla, are visiting Mr.
ent of the Stantield townsite, is 'and Mrs. 1 l Kast in Kcho
in the cast on business in the in
terest of the Columbia Land
Mr. mdMrs. M. H. Gillette,
of the Hotel Kcho, went to Pen
dleton Monday, returning home
For Sale Good work horse.
Hathing suits of all kinds at
George & Miller's.
Hermiston IHuo Stockings vs.
Echo Red:) will play ball on the
Kcho diamond next Sunday.
The game will be called at
2:30 p. in.
They stopped off while enroute
home from the Willamette
Among the tlrst young pota
toes of the season put on the
market was those raised on the
farm of Claude Sloan.
William Prior went to Pendle
ton Tuesday evening.
Wednesday several nice boxes
of cherries were shipped from
this point to Hermiston.
It's luck to smoke Puck.
The better than 5c cigar.
The cigar in the green box.
Vote today for Goddess of
Portland Morning Oregonian
on sale at the racket store Daily
Ice cream and ice cream soda
on Sunday at Elam's.
W. E. Thresher, accompanied
by Mrs. Thresher, left Wednes
uay morning xor I'ortiana on a
Joe IJailey is visiting in Pen
juam 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.
jonn Moore, who was em
ployed on the Page ranch two
! years ago, has returned to Echo,
but now in the capacity of man
ager of the farm.
Ice cream for pnrties. socials
and weddings at Lisle & Co.'s,
Louis School. Jr., writes fire
insurance in good reliable com
panies. Low rates.
Attorney W. F. Crow, of Wal
la Walla, was in Kcho this week
on legal busines.
Uncle Jesse Moore returned to
'Echo Friday evening from his
; visit to Corvallis. His daughter
Katie graduated in this year's
I class at the Agricultural College
, with high honors,
i or Mu Front lace corsets
left by Mrs. Hanselmier. For
1 particulars call on Mrs. M. II
I Horn, in he ho, June 21, 190tf,
to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Shranklen
a boy. Dr. lXrn attending.
i A car or lumber belonging to
the Turn A-Lum Lumber Com
pany, was derailed on the switch
Mayor Scholl went angling for
the speckled lniuties Sunday
ana captured a nice aess of
h. P. troarkin, manager of
the Umatilla Land Oftice. went
to Portland Saturday, returning
A. B. Thomson was in Pendle
ton last Saturday on business.
When you crave something
to quench your thirst remember
J. Frank Spinning's double soda
fountain. All flavors and fancy
Today is tho last opportunity
you .vill have to vote for God
uess or Laoerty. vote your
choice before it is too late.
Waiter Thornton is now at
Mill Turn, Colorado, where he
is summer ranging the II. N,
Stantield sheep. A letter re
ceived from Walter by his father
states that he is getting along
nicely and that there is plenty
of feed for the sheep.
E. P. Marshall, of Pendleton,
visited his ranch near Echo the
first of the week.
E. E. Elder, of Echo, went to
Pendleton Saturday on business
Fred Van Horn, of Echo,
transacted business in Pendleton
Mrs. Robert Stanfield, of Echo
who recently underwent an op
eration at the Hot Lake sani
tarium, is expected to be able to
return home in a few weeks.
Span of well broke work
lorses, weight 27(H) pounds, for
sale cheap. Inquire Bert Long
enecker. T. S. Dickins, a San Francisco
wool buyer, was in Echo Satur
day. Prof. O. A. Cannon has re
turned to Echo from an extended
visit with friends and relatives
at Athena and Walla Walla. He
reports having had an enjoyable
Standing of the vote for God
dess of Liberty will be an-
nouncea louay, r nuay, at U' m.
and ft p. m. Final announce
ment at 8 o'clock tonight.
Mr. Thomas, foreman at the
Echo Alfalfa Mill, was unfortu
nate in having his driving mare
stolen from the pasture Sunday
The work of moving the post-
office building to Bonanza street
has been completed, and Post
master Dorn now has things in
proper shape once more.
If You Are Worth 50.000
Don't Head ThU.
Till will not Interest rou If vou are
worth tmr thousand dollar, but If
you are a man of moderate nu-ans and
cannot afford to employ a physician
when you have an attackof diarrhoea.
you win be pleated to know that
one or two doses of Chamberlain'a
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
III cure It. This remedy has been In
use for many years and Is thoroughly
reliable. Trice 25c. For sale by Dorn
Petitions hrve been received Dorn Bros, have a large force
by County School Superintend-! of men at work excavating for
ent Welles, at Pendleton, for the I their second modern 2 story ce
creation of a new school district ' ment buildinir.
in the west end of the county.
It is proposed to divide district
No. H4 so as to create a new dis
trict just north and east of Her-. Tuesday
miston and including the big
reservoir at the government pro
beautiful post cards to
aiiss fjaiin icaiey, oi I'endie- j
ton, is visiting this week with !
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and i
Mrs. B. F. Raley, near Echo.
If you have any choice for
Postmaster Dorn went to Pen
dleton Monday, returning home
Call at the Racket Store,
j where you will find over 5,000
Grape juice at Lisle & Co.'s.
If you have butter, eggs or
farm produce to sell take it to
Goddess of Liberty among the , the Home Bakery, J. Hutchens
charming young ladies who are proprietor.
you had better
watch the voting. Remember
the contest closes tonight, Fri
day, at 8 o'clock sharp.
Quite a number of Echo peo
ple went down to witness the
ball game at Hermiston Sunday.
Of Interest to Farmer and
Farmers and mechanics frequently
meet with slight accidonts and Injur
ies which cause t hem much annoyance
and loss of time. A cut or bruise
may be cured in about one-third the
time usually required by applying
Cliamterlain's Liniment as soon as
the injury is received. This liniment
is also valuable for sprains, soreness
of the muscles and rheumatic pains.
There Is no danger of blood poisoning
resulting from an Injury when Cham
berlain's Liniment is applied before
the parts become inflamed and swol
len. Eor sale by Dom & Dorn.
Soft drinks at Elams
For Sale 20 pigs, $2.50 each.
One well bred boar, $25.
F. L. Brundaqe.
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.
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.
and bunting at
When in Tendleton don't tail to stop in at the
NISSEH IMPLEMENT COMPANY
and see the new
ALAMO GASOLINE ENGINE
It surpasses anything that lias ever been put on the market
The Saturday Evening Post
at the Racket Store.
BucR ""Rake and
HEADER BED LUMBER
ECHO LUMBER CO.
II. E. STEVENS, Maoarer