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THE ECHO REGISTER. ECHO, OREGON
1909 Advance Styles Fall and Winter 1909
AS THE rally f.ill laH draw iimr us vm find oursclvos hotter jHvpiirwl to pmsent to the jmblic u inmv complete line of staple ami up-to-date merchandise than
ever before in the history of our nicrchandisinjr. Our buyer 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 with such dependable lines as we believe the people of Echo and surrounding country will most appre
ciate. We want to convince you that our store is headquarters for everything to eut and wear. In order to do this we only ask i visit of you and a thorough
investigation of the many different articles on display in our store. Assuring you that our services aire always ait your command below we quote you just a few of the
nmny lmrguins now ready for your inspeetion:
Dress Goods Department
NKW style fancy suiting, all .vool, a
beautiful assortment of colors, no
two alike, price pattern
Fancy Hear Skin Coating, per yard..
Fancy Mohair, all colors, li'i in wide
Iilue Scrp, extra wide, at
Elegant line of IMaids. just the
tiling for the School Dress
Agents for Delineator
2 and 2
Butterick Patterns I
Flannelette, real heavy
IJest Ki 'tde Outing, a dandy
(Jood heavy Outing
IJest A. F. C. Oinghams
New lines Calico, best American
Prints, all colors, all styles, yard
Our line of ladies underwear will
certainly irake 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 50c
Summer Pants 50c
Combination Suit 75c-J1.00
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 COMPLETE LINE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Agents for H. Born
: & Co. Largest Tail-
ors in the World 5
The most complete
fresh vegetables are kept at the ; eream Sjunday.
J. C. lloskins store. Deliveries
are made U:'M to 10:::o a. m. and
2:'M to IMIO p. in.
James K. Kaucetl can now till i
your grocery orders at Stantield. J
Clarence Springston went to water. II. Atterlmry
Portland last week to take in the: Smith ranch.
sights. This is Clarence's first
visit to Oregon's metropolis.
Miss Florence Shaw visited in
Hermiston several days of last
j Uemember that J. Hutchens
carries a neat stock of high
'grade groceries, confectionery,
cigars, etc., and sells at the
James K. Fa wet t can now till
iyour grocery orders at Stantield.
"Partonize home institutions,"
cries the county editor from
week to week. "That is right,"
says the merchant, "give it to
those who go to some other town
j to buy goods." Then with his
l heart filled with kindness to the
Pasture. -Cattle, :?1.(H; horses j loyal editor, he sends his job
$1.50. Plenty of grass and 'work to Kalamazoo, or utilizes a
Lisle & Young will have ice
(!Hd pasture $2 per month,
grain and alfalfa. V. P. Miller.
Phone Cherry h'rl, Echo, Oie.
piece of wrapping paper to write
an order on for goods or send a
statement to a customer. Fun
ny, isn't it?
In a letter from W. W. Pan-
key, he states that ho and his
For Sale A good Jersey cow.
Price $U).-I5ertha Allen.
"A certain writer has said that
no newspaper which took truth wife will move from Cedar City,
for its standard would make a Utah, to Encampment, Carbon
F. K. Kveret is now putting the, pecuniary success. The press , County, Wyoming, where he has
finishing touches on his resi- J might return the compliment by n ood job. Mr. Pankey made
donee. remarking that no minister who! Kcho his home for a couple of
, told the truth about his congre-1 years and while here made many
Rev. Clarke, pastor of the gut ion, alive or dead, would oc- friends who hated to see him
Presbyteiian church, went to cupy the pulpit much longer l,.avejind all are glad to hear that
Umatilla last Friday. i than on Sunday afterward. The! he has secured a good position.
press and clergy go hand in j 'u wish Mr. and Mrs. Pankey
A good housewife never opens i,a,i with the whitewash brush, j the best of success in their new
the condensed milk can with her ,sy spectacles magnifying little! ,onu..
husband's razor, nor will a lev-! virtues and kindly throwing lit-1
ing husband curry the horse tie deformities into oblivion. I Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Smith were
with the nutmeg grater. 'n,0 pulpit, the pen and tluyn Pendleton Saturday on busi-
gravestone are partners in saint-; ness.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Carrison, of makini. j
near Portland, arrived Saturday ; ' Dr. Coo passed throgh Kcho
morning for u visit with Mr. j r and Mrs L T Kenison Saturday with a car of eastern
returned Tuesday morning from 'people bound for Stantield to
a two week's visit at Forest , over the project.
The editor and frau spent last
Sunday at the home of T. G.
Carrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Carrison, on Mutter Creek,
An Iowa editor was asked, "Do
hogs pt y?" He replied, "A good
i Mr. and Mrs. (!iu Riseling, .
many do not; they take the pa- ami M,.. :imi VH, F.lmer Reeves
per for several years and then returned Monday from a trip to (
have the postmaster send it the mountains. Although it
back marked "refused" or "gone was a little late they got a nice
west.' lot of berries and have a few i
I tish stories to tell.
The Filer's Company show j
given Monday night was a very i Mrs r,UJ. Jonas wf Waitsburg
fine reproduct ion of cow boy I v,w h;ls visitinK, with her
life. A large and appreciative ,,.m.nN( Mr, ttm, Mrs. F. M.
crown was present. 'Sciivner, went
Misses IHanche and Muriel!
Crayne went to Pendleton Tues
Mr. and Mrs. M. 11. Gillette
returned from the A. Y. P.
Mrs. George Coppinger and
two little sons returned from
Seattle Tuesday morning.
J. E. Taylor returned Tuesday
from a trip to California.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Win. Roberts,
of Brownsville, visited with Mrs.
Roberts' mother Mrs. Mary A.
Barker the first of the week.
Friday of last week and under
went an operation under the di
rection of Dr Reid. The patient
is doing nicely.
P. C. Hunter this week pur
eluded the W. W. Pankey lots
Frank Donally, manager and
one of the heavy owners of the
Umatilla Ranch Co., Attorney
and Mrs. Louis Ehl of Chicago
arrived Monday on a short
Miss Mable Raley of Stantield
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Bonney the first of the week.
Smith on the Meadows. A pleas
ant day was spent.
Mr. and Mrs. VA Hammer of
lone spent this week with rela
tives and friends here.
School tablets and fountain
pen ink at the Racket store.
Pasture. Horses $2 and cattle
to Pendleton 41. ;,o per month. Chris Roberts.
K. P. Croarkin went to Walla
Walla Monday evening on busi
ness. Miss Hat.'iett Atkinson and
Marvel Shelton visited Monday
at the home of Mrs. Claude
Sloan about three miles up the
O. D. Teel returned from near
Albi, where he has been with a
party of surveyors surveying
for the Camas Creek ditch. Mr,
Teel says tne company uas a
fine reservoir site on the project
which can be constructed at a
Chas. Bartholomew of Gallo
way shipped a car load of calves
and hotfs to Portland Sunday.
Frank Dorn is attending to!
business in the Wenatchie Val-
ey Wash, this week.
The school at Stantield begins
For Sale A good work mare
weighing about PJOO pounds;
seven years old. Fish it Toft,
Dr. Alexander Reid, physician i
and surgeon. Office Arlington
Go to J. Hutchens for your
Steamed rolled barley, at the
Henrietta Mills. Fanners please
take notice. This method softens
the glutin and retains the same,
greatly increasing the food value
Ice cream for parties, socials
and weddings at Lisle & Co.'s.
The Saturday Evening Post
at the Racket Store.
Medicine and condition pow
ders for stock. Aids digestion
and this saves feed. Bonney &
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
if the Red Kxpivss Wagon.
R 15. Lam-, r.eru-ral I'.lacksinithliv,
wagon repairing. I also uy the
highest cash price for broken down
spring wagons. Heiniiston. Oregon.
If vou have butter, ecirs or
farm produce to sell take it to!
the Home Bakery, J. Hutchens
Louis School, Jr., writes fires
insurance in goott reliable com
panies. Low rate.
Ilotel lloskins has good beds,
clean furnishings and comfort.
Presbyterian services in the
Hoskins hall Sunday at H 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. Pelmulder or
Phone Black 193.
PUXX TOGETHER 10 R ECHO.
; LINOLEUM - Inlaid and Printed
We have a nice line for
you to make selection
; ECHO FURNITURE COMPANY
Mens' FINE NEGLIGEE SHIRTS . . $ " .50
MAn' FANCY DRESS SHIRTS, WHITE M Cfl
rieilS and FANCY STRIPED . 9 I .OU
A few JUMPER SUITS at Cost
Ladies White Underwear
A Choice Line of Ginghams
MRS. E. RIPPER
4 Rooms Each
: ECHO LUMBER CO.
II. E. STEVEN'S, Manager