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About The Echo register. (Echo, Umatilla County, Or.) 190?-1909 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1909)
THt ECHO RtaitTCR, ECHO, OfttOON
FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1t0
Agents for Delineator
Butterick Patterns I
Agents for H. Born
: & Co. Largest Tail-
ors in the World
CiK'Us at Klams.
Cignrs at Lisle St Co. 'a.
Fresh I trend at Klains
Mrs. M. J. McDonald und J.
I Lisle A Young will have ice
I am agent fur Kdward K.
, Strauss Tailoring House, of Chi
cago. J. C. Hoskins.
I). McCoy, of Colfax, Wash.,; For staple and rancy gnxeries
and Miss Kdith Teel and Mrs. 1 jrQ to J. C. Hoskins.
Carrie Martin, of South Bend, i
Ind., are visiting relatives in j 1 torn, at Noli n July H, UK.),
Kcho and vicinity. At present to the wife of Charles Adams a
they are guests at the residence son. Dr. Dorn attending.
of Mr. and Mrs. Twig Teel.
Miss Hirdie fjovell has ac-
W. L. (Jriftin, of Ontario, Ore VvVi B ,Msition with the C, eorge
gon, is visiting his daughter. Mm,.,. c0,n,milVt
Mrs. Ij. V. Keeler, ;n Kcho.
A. K. LuiiiU'it, with the Amer-
MissK. M. Unthank and Miss Van National Hank at l'endle-
J. 10. Whiting, teachers in the ton, Is acting cashier of the
public sclHlsof Tacoma, Wash., HiU,k f K,.,0 during the vaca
were in Kcho this week looking tion or K. It. Stantiehl.
after business interests. The
ladies own WO lures of hu'u-e Mrs. O. F. Thomson, Mr. and
land on the meadows, of whic h ( Mrs. .1. Hutchens and Mrs. F.
HO acres is in cultivation. W. I,. Hrundnire. went to lVn.llftnn
Call at the Kacket Store,
where you will find over "i.Ooo
beautiful post cards to select
Grape juice at Lisle & Co.'s.
Denison's crepe paper lunch
sets for picnics and tea parties
at L. H. Wells Racket Store.
Allan McManu.s and Frank
Kalston were Kcho visitors Tues
day from (J rand Forks, N. D.,
and report some twenty other
people from Dakota coming to
this section. They took in the
Fair at Seattle and report it a
grand success. While here Mr
McManus purchased, through
the Columbia Land Company,
ten acres of land under the Fur-
nisliCoe project in section 34
He will return this fall.
Mr. IVrry. of Spokane, was
in Kcho the first of the week
looking after his land interests
He has three quarter sections of
land east of Kcho which is a'l in
cultivation. One ii;iitcr sec
tion is leased to W. H. (Jillette
and the other two quarters to
Dr. Alexander Keid, physician
and surgeon. Office Arlington
Hutchens for your
It. Gillette has the land under
Asa Thomson and l. It. Stan
field left Sunday for an outing
in tin Cascade moutains. They
expect to be gone a Unit two
.lames K. Faucett. with the
Columbia Land Company at
Stantiehl, registered at the
Hotel Kcho Tuesday.
W. M. Moling, of Portland,
was n business visitor in Kcho
Allen Thomson went to Pen
dleton Wednesday to prove up
on his homestead.
If. K. Thorn, the Hermiston
honey man, was transacting
business in Kcho Wednesday.
.1. H. Dunlap, of Ciscade
Iocks, was in Kcho the first of
A. L. Anderson, of Portland,
was in Kcho Tuesday.
iTwciity-Fitc Ceii lt is the Price
The terrible Iii-Imul' and smarting.
I incident to certain k iti ilix-iist, U
almost instant Iv alla-l l applying
H'tiainlHTlain'sSalv', Price. J cents.
i tor sale ly Horn I'orn.
i T. K. Kamsev, of Portland.
K. If. Ware, the Kcho furni -; was transacting business in Kcho
ture dealer, made a business . Tuesday
trip to Pendleton Tuesday.
Howard K. Miller, represent-
M. 11. Gillette who has
ing the Portland Journal, was a
business visitor in Kcho Wednea
i..... . :n .i... i-
I iRi-ii unt- in i in iiu" jiasi weeK
K. G. Ifoss, the Hermiston
'nursery stock man, was in Kcho
K. P. Croarkm. .1. T. Hinkle. ' ,,. Antt ft, , WlHk
K. IC, Ware, O. I). Teel and J.
V. Messner are the Kcho dele
gates who will attend the Na
tional Irrigation Congress, to
1h held at Spokane August
K. II. Stewart. K. li. Brown.
I AMI is Scludl, dr.. .1. W. Meador
and Mel Norman ma.le up a
fishing partv that spent last
Sunday on Meacham creek, in
the vicinity of Duncan station.
The Imys took along plenty to
eat and rejHrt an enjoyable out
ing with a good catch f speck
iH'auties. Messrs. Brown and
Stewart rfmaincd over Monday
and brought home with them a
gotnl supply of trout w hich they
distributed among their friends.
John 1 Voider, of the Meadows,
received a telegram Wednesday
from Denver announcing the
birth to his wife of a son. Mrs.
Peebler is with relatives in
Denver but will return home in
the near futuie.
Ralph Harper, of Seattle, was
in Kcho Monday.
T. Slack and wife vre in
Kcho from Portland the first of
Otis McCarthy, of Hutter
creek, was attending to business
in Kcho the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Tunket
were Kcho visitors from Port
K. M. Kssley, who has been
working with the W. B. Gillette
separator, has gone to Pendle
I ton to work.
iHitrcTous i i:i:rixo.
i Tin lhtaM of Olnvtnrx of School
District No. . met Wednesday even
ing for the purpose of transacting
The as'soon M-hol Um.ls recently
voted have U-en acerptrd mid the
money will be here in a short time.
The directors ordered the purchase
from John lHrn. for f block 6,
near the site of the present school
lioiise, on which to erect the new
It was decided to make the building
a modem structure of reinforced con
crete, two stories high with eight
rooms, vault and a basement, and to
runt approximately IKooo.
Tha directors wlli architects to
submit plana and bids for const ruction
of the building.
Tt director ordered tt new
school house built near th Spika
ranch, and bid for construction will
soon be aked for.
Go to J
Steamed rolled barlev. at the
Henrietta Mills. Farmers please!
take notice. This method softens '
the glut in and retains the same, j
greatly increasing the food value j
lee cream for parties. socials
and weddings at Lisle & Co.'s.
Ice cream and ice cream soda
on Sunday at Klaui's.
The Saturday Evening Post!
at the Kacket Store,
Medicine and condition pow
ders for stock. Aids digestion
and this saves feed. Ilonney &
Portland Morning Oregonian
on sale at the racket store Daily.
F. M. Scribner and J. W.
Meador, blacksmithing and
horseshoeing a specialty. Satis
faction guaranteed. Corner Bo
nanza and Buckley streets.
Soft drinks at Klams
If you have anv old thin to
haul, hop Win. Pearson, proprietor
r Hip licit l-.xpress Wagon.
B. It. Lane, General blacksmithing'
wagon repairing. I also my the
highest cash price for broken down
spring wagons. Hermiston. Oregon.
If you wear Nap A Ite gloves
you will be satisfied. J. C.
Hoskins, Main street, Kcho.
Klams is the nlace to buv
your crackers, for they are nice
II you have butter, eirirs or
farm produce to sell take it to
the Home Bakery, J. Hutchens
Louis School. Jr.. writes fireai
insurance in good reliable com-1
panics. Low rates.
Hotel Hoskins has irood beds.
clean furnishings and comfort.
Buv your irirl a box of Bons
lions at Plains.
Oowel CompUint In Children.
When six months old the little
daughter of E. X. Dewey, a well
known merchant of Agnewvllle, Va.,
bad an attack of cholera Infantum.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy was given and ef
fected a complete cure. This remedy
has pyoven very successful tn cases of
bowel complaint Inchlldrenand when
given according to th plain printed
directions can be relied upon with
perfect confidence. When reduced
with water and sweetened it is
pleasant to take, which Uof great Im
portance when a medicine must be
given to young children. For sale by
Dorn A Dorn.
DID YOU SAY
We have a nice line for
you to make selection
ECHO FURNITURE COMPANY
Uiiert.klBt Liceue. Eabator
WeRS' FINE NEGLIGEE SHIRTS . . $1.50
Mono9 FANCY DRESS SHIRTS, WHITE (4 CA
rieiik and FANCY STRIPED . $ I .QU
A few JUMPER SUITS at Cost
Big Reduction Lfege
Ladies White Underwear
A Choice Line of Ginghams
MRS. E. RIPPER
Bud Rake aid
HEADER BED LUMBER
ECHO LUMBER CO.
II. E. STEVENS, Mawarer