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About The Echo register. (Echo, Umatilla County, Or.) 190?-1909 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1909)
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Cigars at Elams.
Cigar at Lisle & Co. 'a.
Fresh Bread at Elams
No shiftless, lazv, half crim
inal, half loafer, will find Echo
the place ho in looking for.
will be too hot for him.
The Register acknowledges
receipt of a handsomely liound
volume of The Orange, a year
book published by the Junior
Lisle & Young will have ice
I am agent for Edward E.
Strauss Tailoring House, of Chi
cago. J. C. lloslcins.
For stable and fancy irroceriea
11 ! go to J. C. Hoskins.
Denison's crepo paper lunch
sets for picnics and tea parties
at L. . Wells Racket Store.
Mrs. Pearl McCul lough came
Classof the Oregon Agricultural 'down from Tekoa, Wash., hist
College, compliments of I'resi
dent Kerr. The work is repleto
with beautiful half tone illustra
tions and many literary gems in
Watermelon time is welcome.
Sunday to be at the bedsido of
her mother, Mrs. J. llutchens.
W. L. Griffin, who haH been
visiting his daughter, Mrs. L.
W. Keeler, in Echo, for some
time past teturned to his home
bamples tested at the Uegister jn Ontario, Oregon, Sunday. He
office free of charge. jwil8 K,-,Uy pleased w th the
. future bright outlook for this
Mr. and Mrs. Elias Hicks from ' not ion
Seattle stopited over in Kchoj
Saturday and Sunday to visit) Dr. F. M. Ackley made a fly.
Mr. Hicks sister. Mrs. J. Hal- nK business trip to Pendleton
stead. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks'. Monday,
were at one time residents of I
Echo. They intend U in future j Hen McOullough visited
reside in Salt Lake City to dleton Monday evening.
which place they were enroute.
Mrs. Dixie Oliver came down
from Huhl, Idaho, Saturday to
Hert Stoffel was a county seat
visit in Echo while
goes to Montana to
Call at the Racket Store,
where you will find over 5,000
beautiful post cards to select
Grape juice at Lisle & Co.'s.
H. Haslam. of Pendleton, was
in Echo Monday.
The Uncle Tom's Cabin show
at the opera house, Saturday
nigl t, proved a good attraction
and drew a good house.
D. Hynes was in Echo from
Mrs. J. llutchens is quite ser
iously ill at her home in Echo,
brought on by neruous p rostra
tion. Dr. Reid is attending the
lady and her many friends hope
for her speedy convalesence.
Sheriff Till Taylor was in Echo
on official business Monday.
John Suling and family left
Saturday for the mountains to
J. E. Taylor and wife left
Monday evening for Walla
Walla, where Mrs. Taylor will
visit while J. E. Mill take a trip
A. C. Armstrong and wife re
turned Tuesday from the Seattle
Fair and coast xints. They
report an enjoyable time.
R. R. Wood is now in Leba
non, N. II., and has ordered the
Register sent to his address.
E. J. Spike visited Pendleton
Monday. Elton is papa now.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Hnlstead, son
Joel and Elmer McClure left
Thursday for (Simian?, Oregon,
on a vacation.
Mr. Oliver) J. W. Messner,
register for the WeMern Ijand
F. P. Friday, of Hood River,
uni in Ki'fto lltw i.L- fr nnc
iiompany in ImIio, came over chast, hay for thl. t.ampH on the
1 1 rout nuKer i it y i uesuay to at- new rai roml tin t n I WchntP
Hu th Iambert.coniMH ttHl with tend to some business.
the First National Hunk of Pen-! A. IC. Fuller was in Echo Wed
dleton, was down Sunday visit! T. A. ,lricket. of Fairfield ''J"on. Oriw
in.. ...:!. i.:.. m. .. i . . . . . ... I w .-.
k iui uivtiu-i, i nan m( w lim, looking over the, . i - r.Mioti, an insurance
Lamliert, on the Meadows. icnnntrv man of Portland, was in Echo
Mi mill fia flint ltiw.itt . t i .t.
, V. V m I ,,UI,U," oi nnoii-wn,! Grace Cunningham, of Oaks-
left Monday for White Salmon, wa8 un visitor Sunday. dale. Wash., is visiting friends
naslt., where lie has accept im a! on Hut ter creek.
position in a bailn-r shop.
j Allan Matheo, of Walla Walla,
1 was in Echo Monday.
While Mrs. Dixie Oliver and;
Miss Lucclia Moor? were driving j K j Hammer, of Portland,
in from Hutter cr??k last Sun- wa transacting business in
day, the coupling of the buggy j Kt ho tne first of tho wek.
wat in some manner broken j
and the two ladies were pitched j Ringling Hros. Circus will ex
out of the rig onto the ground, jhibit at Walla Walla Thursday,
Hoth rcveived a few bruises, ' August 12.
which are painful but not of a
serious nature Dr. Reid was
summoned and the patients are
E. N. Wheeler, of the Colum
bia Iand Company, came up
from Portland Saturday to
look after business interests in
this vicinity and at Stantield.
Miss Florence Shaw, clerk in
the post office, was ill for several
days the past week, but has
again resumed her duties.
Quite a number of people from
Echo and vicinity have gone to
Spokane to register for the
Pat Kine, of Pum-o, was shak-
ing nanus wun out inenus in
Echo this nveek.
Dell Smith exinvts his wife
from Seattle the first of next
Mrs. Flora I Foreman, form
erly a teacher in the Echo pub
lic schools, but now- of Hennis
ton, was visiting friends in this
city a few days this week.
Preaching service at Stanfield
Sunday, August 1, at 3 p. m.
Sunday school following. All
Presbyterian services in the
Hoskins' hall Sunday at 8 p. m.
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
Dr. Alexander Reid, physician
and surgeon. Office Arlington
Go to J. llutchens for your
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
lee cream for parties, socials
and weddings at Lisle & Co.'s.
Ice cream and ice cream soda
on Sunday at Elam's.
The Saturday Evening Post
at the Racket Store.
Medicine and condition pow
ders for stock. Aids digestion
and this saves feed. Donney &
Portland Morning Oregonian
on sale at the racket store Daily.
P. M. Scribner and J. W.
Meador, blacksmithing and
horseshoeing a specialty. Satis
faction guaranteed. Corner Bo
nanza and Buckley streets.
Soft drinks at Elams
If you have any old thinir to
haul, see Win. Pearson, proprietor
of the Rod Express Wagon.
B. K. Lane, General Blacksmltlilnp.
wagon repairing. I also pay the
highest cash price for broken down
spring wagons, llerraiston, Oregon.
If you wear Nap-A-Ite gloves
you will be satisfied. J. C.
Hoskins, Main street. Echo.
Elams is the place to buv
your crackers, for they are nice
If you have butter, eggs or
farm produce to sell tako it to
the Home Bakery, J. llutchens
Louis School, Jr., writes fires
insurance in good reliable com
panies, liow rates.
Hotel Hoskins has rood bed.
clean furnishings and comfort.
Buy your girl a box of Bons
Hons at Elams.
Bowel CemplAlnt In Children.
When six months old the little
daughter of E. N. Dewey, a well
known merchant of Agnewville, Vs.,
had an attack of cholera Infantum.
Clianiberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrtioea Remedy tu given and ef
fected a complete cure. This remedy
has pyoven very successful In cava of
bowel complaint tn children and when
given according to the plain printed
directions can be relied upon with
perfect confidence When reduced
with water and tweetened it is
pleasant to take, which I of great Im
portance when a medicine must be
glren to young children. For sale by
DID YOU SAY
We have a nice line for
you to make selection
ECHO FURNITURE COMPANY
UiderUkiig Llctuet Eabaiaer
HenS FINE NEGUGEE SHIRTS
FANCY DRESS SHIRTS, WHITE 4 CA
and FANCY STRIPED . ZD I .OU
A few JUMPER SUITS at Cost
Big Reduction HvSf
Ladies White Underwear
A Choice Line of Ginghams
MRS. E. RIPPER
Buck Mte and
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H. E. STEVENS, Manager