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About The Echo register. (Echo, Umatilla County, Or.) 190?-1909 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1909)
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The most complete lino .r Lisle & Young will have ice
fresh vegetables are Kept at the cream Sunday.
.I.C. Moslems store. Deliveries i
are made '.l;:;o to 10::!(i a. m. and j :,M"I pasture:! per month.
2:i:o to :!:::( p. in. ruin and alfalfa. P. Miller.
, j Phone lMierry l'"C Kcho, Oiu.
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your grocery orders at Stantiehl.
For Sale Huff Ortington
chickens. See. I. IVhmilder or
Phone Mack liKI.
For Sale A good Jersey row.
Price$(0. - lU-rtha Allen.
(.'losing out all children'
Miss I'eulah Marker conr
ineneed a nine month's term of
school at Ktanlield Monday.
Miss Itoulah is an instructor and
will no doubt have a successful
Kev. ClarUe of the Presbyter
ian church preached in the M.
i K. chuch Sunday.
.sImm's at wholesale prices. ( unit'
in and buy your children school Miss (Jrace llatton of IV ml lev
sIum's and get the advantage of ,' ton is the guest of Miss llessie
tle prices that will make you Andrews of the Meadows,
smile. J. (!. Hoskins.
. 4 .... , Mrs. L. ('. K'ogers was taken
(losing out all children's' , .. T . .
, i i I i g, ;,u ot'spiiai in i-etHi:eion
shoes at wholesale prices, ( nine!.. , ,
, , .... , , , Sundry for treatment,
in and buy your children school I 4 f
shoes a nl get the advantage of , , ., . ... . .
,i ,, . ... , Lincoln County High Schoo .
the prices that will make you ,-. . , . .
... i ,i ii i i 1 (,r information in regard to
mole. .J. ( . lloskms. ,
Jill. VMM I I I 1 1 -llmi, MK'llll a-
phy, typewriting, vocal and in
horses, ltv Mrs. C 11 lt.in.lv 'ument al music, manual train
ing, rent of furnislied cottages.
!ost of living, address Professor
Wilbur, Newport, Oregon.
Ix)st Linen handbag bet ween ! l,'r t'm'1'
lloskins Hotel. Kcho. and Pin .. Molu,aV-
near Mutter creek. 1. '! .".(
K. X. Stantiehl returned Mon
day from Montana and Colorado
where he has been for the past
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interests there. While he waslli,.v Ihittei
gone he also visited Chicago. j money ami letters addressed to
' Mrs. Kit tie C. Turner. Kinder
Mrs. Kthel 1'hman went to 1 Pl,,i's ivimn to lloskins Hotel,
Pendleton Friday on a visit with 01' l,l,,',, igglesworth s
her husband, Walter Lehman.
llemeinber that J. Ilutchcns
carries a neat stock of high
grade groceries, confectionery,
( cigars, etc., and sells at the
j School tablets and fountain
ipen ink at the IJackct store.
i M any thanks to Mr. Cleaver
j of tin Western Land & Irriga
tion Co. for a handsome bouquet
of. aster flowers. They were
; raised in town.
Mrs. Williams, mother of .vlrs.
M. II. (Jillette, left Tuesday for
her home in Illinois, after a five
.months' visit with friends and
relatives. Mrs. Gillette accoin
panied her as far as Pendleton.
.Mrs. lizzie Jones will be in
Kcho on Sept. :M.st with a nice
and up to da.te fall showing of
millinery at the Fair Store
F. A. Clise, of the Clise Opti
cal Co., John Schmidt Uuilding,
Pendleton; Oregon, will be at
the Hotel lloskins, Kcho. Ore
gon, Sept. nth andl.-'th. Thirty
year's practice fitting glasses.
Ir. F. A. Clise. of the Clise
Optical Co., Pendleton Ore
was here on professional busi
ness this week. The doctor is
well pleased with Kcho and will
be here again next week.
John Albers was a visitor
from Pendleton Monday.
C. I). War.- nnil uif. nf ll.if
t ter creek, were in on business
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For Sale A gootl work mare
weiirliin" silnnit i-twi ...,.,.i...
wiit'im i-. i. n.i .vl.l l.:. t. p. nv r. .w
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who just came down from Huhl,
Idaho and is an his way to
Walla Walla where he has a
good Hi.sition offered ami will
K. K. Poppleton of the Pacitie
Khvtrie Kngineering Co., Port
land, Oi-e., was in town Satur
day looking after business con
nected with his company.
Clayton Fish will visit his old
home in Iowa this winter.
P. C. Hunter our efficient
agent went to Pendleton Sunday
evening to visit friends.
Geo. Teague, who has been at
the Pendleton Hospital, was
brought home Wednesday by
his lather and taken to his
home on Hut ter creek.
rnx. too ether ron echo.
MIX TOOETHKH FOR SCIO
FULL TOGETHER FOR ECHO.
residence and receive reward
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gillette
returned from their outing in
11. M. Stantield, cashier in the
Hank of Kcho, and A. H. Thorn
son, manager of the K. O. I. T.
Co., took a layoff Saturday
evening and went over to
Heaver Creek for a hunting
.trip, returning Monday evening
with the limit so they say (?)
John Ihyant came down from
Pendleton Tuesday after
Latest styles in fall millinery
at the Vogue Millinery, opposite
the postoftice in Pendleton
where you will find a complete
line of furs at prices that defy
competition. Idleman Hille
Pasture. Horses $2 and cattle
$1.50 per month, Chris KoberU.
John Adams, of
was down tm a bu.sine.ss trip the
tnst of the week.
Joe Feldernian. of Portland,
arrived Moiula.T on business.
. .i. aueniiui ger was a
Pendleton visitor Wednesday
-mis. Jennie Kcarrion came
down from Pendleton yesterday.
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v. w . ii.iss ami wife were in
the city yesterday.
rmcrm t. u. Taylor was a
visitor from the county seat
Counry Judge T. P. Gilliland
fruit. and Commissioners J. II.
land 11. Walker weie down
Frank L. Wait, of Cascade
Locks, arrived Monday, return
mg on Tuesday's local.
Misses Eugenie and Esther
Jones returned from
months' visit at Albanr. Ore..
with their grandparents.
Dr. Alexander Ueid, physician
and surgeon. Ollice Arlington
(Jo to J. Hutchens for your
Steamed rolled barley, at the
Henrietta Mills. Farmers please
take notice. This method softens
the glutin and retains the same,
greatly increasinir the food vnln
Ice cream for narfi.s. Km-InU -,
and weddings at Lisle & Co.'s. !
The Saturdav Evonimr Pri
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ai me uacKet store..
Medicine and condit ion nnw. m
ders for stock. Aids digestion !
and this saves feed. Bonney& J
Portland Morninir Oi-eirrminn
on sale at the racket store Daily.
If you have anv old thin to
haul, sec Win. Pearson, tironrieton
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n ine neii l-.xpnss Wagon.
It. H. Lanu, (leneral Hlaekstnit liinir.
wajron repalriiiL'. 1 also nav the
lilghest cash price for broken 'down
spring wagons. HerniKlon, Oreiron.
If you have butter, oirrr nr
farm produce to sell take it to
the Home Hakerv. .T irnt.
Louis School. Jr.. writes fipo.
insuranee in good reliable com
panies. Low rates.
Hotel lloskins has crood htd
clean furnishings and comfort.
Presbyterian services in the
lloskins' hall Sundar at s n. m.
Sunday schwl at 10-MQ a. m.
L very body welcome.
Call at ' the Kacket Store.
where you will tind over .VOtk)
beautiful inist cards to select
Cigars at Lisle & Co. 'a.
K. J. Spike went to Pendleton
Tuesday and returned Wednes
day morning, accompanied by
his wife and daughter.
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LINOLEUM Inlaid and Printed
We have a nice line for
you to make selection
ECHO FURNITURE COMPANY
CBderUklD Ucensed Embalmer
MenS FINE NEGLIGEE SHIRTS . . $50
Mpnc' FANCY DRESS SHIRTS, WHITE ( Cfl
llCflS and FANCY STRIPED . $1.50
A few JUMPER SUITS at Cost
Big Reduction Lftffite
Ladies White Underwear
A Choice Line of Ginghams
4 Rooms Each
H. E. STEVENS, Manager
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