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About The Echo register. (Echo, Umatilla County, Or.) 190?-1909 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1909)
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1Cf
1909 Advance Styles Fall and Winter 1909
AS THE early f;il! days ilraw m-ar us we liml ourselves lnttr prepared to present to the ullic a more coinpk'te line of .staple and up-to-date merchandise than
ever Ix fore in (In- history of our iin'ivliaiidisiiir. Our ln vt was in the market early, therefore enabling us to secure the very best styles that the market affords.
We have spared no time or money to fully eipiip our store w ith such dependable lines as we believe the people of Echo and surrounding country will most appre
ciate. We waul to con vi nee you that our store is headquarters for everything to eat and wear. In order to do this we only ask a visit of you and a thorough
investigation of the many different art ides on display in our store. Assuring you that our services are always at your command below we quote you just a few of the
many bargains now ready for your inspection:
Dress Goods Department
NKW stylo funcy .sidling, .vool, a
1 ; t ti t i f ( i 1 assortment of colors, no
two alike, price paltdti
Fancy 1 tear Skin 'oat iiijr, p'Tyanl..
Fancy Mohair, all colors, ::0 in wide
lilue Sere, extra wi'le, at
Kleant lino of I'l.iids. ju.-t 1 1 if
tiling for the School Dnss
Agents for Delineator
1 and 2
F!ai. iv h'tto, real heavy
K.-st -railo Outiinr. a dandr
$ 8,50 (eto-l heavy Outing
9 7C . '
l'.-st A. F. ( . (jinhains
New lines Calico, best American
Prints, all colors, all styles, yard
Our line of ladies underwear will
certainly make you sit up and take notice.
We have-them all styles, in piece and com
bination suits. We offer you the following
low prices for the early trade:
Nice new fancy Vests
Summer Pants SOc
Combination Suit 75c-$1.00
All Wool, non shrinkable, combina
tion Suit 1.50
Many other styles we cannot mention
for lack of space. Come and see.
WE CARRY A CCKFLETE LIKE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Eutterick Patterns o
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.Tames I-'. F.meett can now till
your Hl'ucerv oi ilers at Stalilield.
The lllost eo;nji!ete line of
f el Ve;ret atih'-. ar' Kept ;it he
.I.C. Hoskilis store. Deliveries
lire made ;i:;;ii to d:;;t a. in. and
L'::;it to ::.:;o p. m.
Fred )dv wa a Pendleton vis
Atty. and Mrs. .1. F. Shelton
returned Sunday from a two
months outing in the mountains.
'While they were there they 4at h
ered -J7. nallolls or hll klel.ellies. visitil' with
They said they had a line time ever Sunday.
Lisle v Yomi;4 wiii have ice
( lood pasture per mouth,
rain a-,d alfi!,'.:. Miller.
Phone ( 'hen y 1 1 ' ! , I'.i ho, ( ):e.
Pasture. ( 'at t le, S .00; horses
Sl.'e. Plenty of p';is and
waler. P. Attcrbury at Dr.
HoiiehoM e;oods lor sale by
A. A. Met.air.
Papa (ieortre was in Pendle-
and lots of tis li.
I-'red tleore, manager of tin
(!eorre Miller Co.. went to Port
land this week to attend to lnisi
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scholl. jr.
are expected hoiiie'sotin. They
will make their home at their
residence on Kennedy Street.
We received a letter from (ieo.
F. (liven at Pavalli. Montana. City to iil for several days.
Mr. tireen oreanied a mininv;
pio.peitiny; company and left
here with the intention of loci
tine; several claims'. It may be
the means of making ,se oral of
the boys well to do.
Mrs. W. II. Poyd went to Pen
dloton Monday ovoninn to isit
with her son, who is one of the
O. K. V N. passenger loiniuc
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. toilette
went to Port land Saturday to be
absent several days. They vill
probably 'wit Seattle and lake
in t he Kxpo-.it ion.
Mrs. .1. F. McLaughlin who
h is been at Lehman Springs for viil , s...,tMe WedneMlav even
the l-ast two weeks, returned hli. li,. ,eK)it.s a very leasant
as far as Pendleton Monday, and
I here she was met by Ona, who
w.th his mother went to I taker1 ,Vv. A. A. Metcalf, of the M.
Uenison's crepe paper lunch j
sots for picnics and tea iarties
at L. 15. Wells Packet Store. !
Don't mi-stl.o noon day con-
cert by the Filer Kin; of the
Cattle Kin;? Hand. It is in keep
he; with Mr. Filer's reputation
and the splendid perfoi m nice
you will witness at niht. They
will be in Kcho Mon lay, August
Yesterday the lis t le controver
sy between Sid Walton and lh rt
Penedict was seltleil h arbitia
tion; Ilei.ry Taylor, J. L. (Join
ami I!. F. Haley beintiie nrli
I raters. It seems that Mr. Hene
diet's hoes had gotten out and
damaged Mr. Walton' a'falfa
F. T. I Inward, of Peidleton,
was down Wednesday, brinejinu
with him the plans for the new
sidiool house to be built this
fall in F.cho.
M. P.. Waldo of Concord. Mich
hi in, an old friend of Prof. L.
W. K'-oler, arrived here Wednes
day for a short vis',1 .
'.. N. Litsey returned from a
IiiI-iiii Colicky lii tin Itclicvcf!
"Fur s'linc i - I : i !'' red from hi
ii n-c i'"i!cky pain-, which ujmid come
en :,t iin.es and from which eoubl
iind no ii licl." saj I. s. Mason (U
I' :acr Ii.iiii. Kv. "I'haiuiN'i'lain's
C ilic. Cholera and Iiiauh iea Hi im'dy
:is iccoiiiincndi'd to iiic hy a friend.
Vli. -r lakiiitf a I'c.v il. li s of the rt'in
i iy I was eni iivly relieved. That
a, four j ears avrn mid I lie re has U-eii
no ret U in of the syinit oins siiieethat
lime. This remedy isl'oisale iy I Kim
X' hern dniv'bts.
V.. eiiiiich. will leave in a short
time to enter school.
The (I. l. Sc X. Co. have the
roof paintim; crew here painting
the roof of the old denot. It
Miss Menial. Parker returned i00ks as if thev would send the
Fncle .h'sse Moore is luiilditic;
quite an addition to his residence
on Putter Creek.
from Salem Sunday, where she
has been attendini; school. She
now has a tirst j;rade certificate,
passing the exaiiiinatior. with an
rverae of 'X) per tent. Miss
Marker will likely teach school
at Stantield this winter. :
wreckiiiLt crew and tear the
thing do.v n, and build a new
Down in Portland they have
dredges working niht and day
to keep the 1 arbor open and
make the channels deeper. Port-
.1. F. Shelton went to Maker
City Monday evening to attend C. A. Chapman, manager of land pronert v owners should nut
to some legal business. ,the Northwest Kealty Company, a ft.kV l,UIUi:.,.ti thousand into the
: was in Pendleton Saturday ad . Cclio canal also.
Atty. Key Kaley came down Sunday,
from Pendleton Tuesday on legal '
business. i K. W. dates receive! the con-1
tract for building the new school
Hoy Kaley, who has been at house on Butter Creek. ji7iK
tending the Seventh Day Ad was his bid, while Hale, of Pen
vent Camp meeting at Spokane, (dleton, bid ?'.07.
retunusl last week, reporting!
that the interest taken was! Vor Sale A good Jersey cow.
Ci. P. lliginhotham shipped a
car of hogs to Portland last Sat
C. II. Uartholmew returned
from Portland Friday last. He
took a car of fat hogs down, sell
ing them for tire and one half.
O. G. Thornton was a Pendle
ton visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gulliford,
Mr. and Mrs. Ab Gillette of this
place, and Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Hammer of lone, returned from
a two weeks stay at Teel
Springs. They say they were
too late for the "huckleberries.
Mr. and Mrs. J, Halstead re
turned from a trip in the moun
tains, Sunday. They report a
Geo. Haars. of Oregon City,
came last week, and built a
house on his homestead near
town. Mr. Haars has a pood
piece of land that some day will
Ik? very valuable. J. F. Spin
ning was the man that located
A fint-elass eemeut block manu
facturer. A candy factory.
Sash and door factory.
Building and loan organization.
For Sal A good work mare
weighing about I'loo pounds;
seven years old. Fish & Toft,
Dr. Alexander Heid, physician
i nd surgeon. Ofliee Arlington
Go to J. Iiutehens for your
Steamed rolled barley, at the
Henrietta Mills. Fanners please
take notice. This method softens
the ftlutin and retains the same,
greatly increasing the food value
Ice cream f.r parlies. KuciaL
and weddings at Lisle & (Vs.
The Saturday F. veiling Post
at the Packet Store.
Medicine and condition pow
ders for stock-. Aids digestion
and this saves feed. Bouncy &
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.
If you have any old thing to
haul, see Win. Pearson, proprietor
of the Ked Express Wajon.
It. H. Lane, General niaeksinlthinj;,
watfon repairing. I also pay the
highest cash price for broken down
spring wagons, lleiniiston, Oregon.
If you have butter, eggs or
farm produce to sell take it to
the Home Bakery, J. Iiutehens
Louis School, Jr., writes fires
insurance in gn.xt reliable com
panies. Low rates.
Ilotcl Iloskins has good beds.
clean furnishings, and comfort.
Presbyterian services in the
Iloskins' hall Sunday at p. m.
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
Call at the Racket Store,
where you will find over 5,000
beautiful post cards to select
Cigars at Lisle & Co. 'a.
For Sale Buff Orfington
chickens. See J. Pelmulderor
Phone Black 193.
my n mm
LINOLEUM Inlaid and Printed
Wc have a nice line for
you to make selection
S ECHO FURNITURE COMPANY
e Undertaking Licensed Embalmer
hSf-HS KEGLIGES SaKiTS . . Mi
) FANCY DRESS SHIRTS, WK1TE & 4
S i'icHll and FANCY STRIPID . I .OiJ
A few JUMPER SDITS at Cost
Ladies White Undervear
A Choice Line of Ginghams
MRS. E. RIPPER
I IS it 18 inch'
: ECHO LUMBER CO.
II. E. STEVENS, Manarcr