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About The Echo register. (Echo, Umatilla County, Or.) 190?-1909 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1909)
FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1904
THE ECHO REGISTER, ECHO, OREGON
When woman arjealca of her
lileot rit eufferiaf the
truilt yon. Millions have be
lowed ibii nark ol confi
dence oo Dr. R. V. Pierce,
ol Buffalo, N. Y. Every,
where there are women who
bear wilneii to the wonder
working, curing-power ol Dr.
Fierce' Favorite Prescription
which aevea the tufffrinl sew
from pain, and tucceitfully
frapplc with woman' weak-
dcmci ana tiuDDoru ills.
IT MAKC5 WEAK WD.1EN STRONd
IT flAKES SICK WOMEN WELL.
No woman's appeal wa ever miidirected or her con.
dcnre misplaced when the wrote lor advice, to
the VYoaiVa Uisppnsary Mfoical Association, Dr.
R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. fence's Pleamnl Pcllttt laduct mild
.1. IISAYLolt. I'n-lilt nt
It. NTANFIKI.1. V,-,. 1-r.-il.li nt
it. It. STAN I I KI.O. I ;i-M. r
NoNA llolSF.lt. AiMant Ca-lil.r
BANK OF ECHO
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
FULLY PAID UP
We sell New York Exchange paynble at any place in the
We solicit the Banking Business of this Locality.
The Key to the Secret of Good Bread
Lies in a Sack of Flour from the
Henrietta Milling & Grain Co.
This Flour is made by the most
perfect process known to this nge,
from selected Blue Stem Wheat,
making the very whitest and
most delicious bread which on ac
count of its healthful and nutri
tive qualities, is in reality
"The Staff of Life"
We roll Barley and make Alfalfa
Meal, and pay the highest prices
HENRIETTA MILLING & GRAIN CO.
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Toilet Artlolea, Perfumery, atatloaar
PottoJflc Slock, Echo, Ortyon.
We are now
Ranches in Tracts to Suit X
Any quantities of
J 160 to 2500 acres
I CITY PROPERTY
AT THE ECHO REGISTER OFFICE
Honored by Women
. L. l 1 .
asiural bowel movtmeat one a Ur-
It. X. STAN FIELD
Director W. II. HoYD
I r'ltAXK SLOAN
g Houser ;
wheat land for
now partly in
Realty Co. J
tt Covers Its Victim With Confusion
'That woman," said the library
attendant, pointing to a woman who
had just gono into the reading
room, "had a pretty bad case of li
"When?" asked the old sub
scriber. "A few minutes ago, when she
asked for a book," said the libra
rian. "Did you never hear of the
library fright? Many people have
it. It attacks them when they go
into a strange liltrary just to look
around or rest for a few minutes
and are informed that in order to
enjoy the hospitality of the reading
room they will have to ns-k for a
hook nnd make nt least a pretence
of reading. The chances are that,
no matter how familiar they aro
with books, they won't bo able to re
call the namo of a single one at
that moment. If the library hap-
j pons to be run on the help yourself
principle, which gives patrons ac
cess to the shelves, they can pick
up some volume at random, but
when obliged to consult the cata
logue, as they aro here, their confu
sion is both pitiable and ludicrous.
"I had the library fright twice
j myself. My first attack was in the
Congressional library in Washing
ton. I wanted to read there for a
few minutes, just for the sake of
being able to say afterward that I
had read there. Used as I was to
handling books, I couldn't think of
even tho dictionary when it came
to making a choice. After a few
minutes of hopeless floundering
Tainc's History of English Litera
ture' flashed across my mind. I
had no desire on earth to look at
Taine'8 History of English Litera
ture' then or at any other time, but
I give you my word I couldn't think
of any other book to save my life.
"Another time, in a library here
in town, I was stricken with a sim
ilar panic, and after stumbling
through the catalogue in a dazed
sort of v.nv I risked for 'David Cop
pcrfieid 'Copperfield,' mind you,
that I hi'd read forty-eleven times
niid knew by heart. It's a funny
thing. tliU library fright. A person
who has never experienced it cannot
imagine how fnoli.-di and helpless
the niflercr feels." New York
The Wise Goose.
Yon must not say "as silly n a
goose" any more, for naturalists
hae been studying this animal of
late years, nnd they have come to
tho conclusion that she ia the wisest
old bird g"ing.
She never tjuarreN without c.v.ic;
she K-e? danger before any other
fowl; the has more courage than
the rooster; is far braver than
the gobbler, and, if given a fair
shov;, s!:c can beat o!T the fox.
A fo'k of gi!?e prpiattcd around
the barnyard at ni?ilit is a much
greater protection than the watcli
!.'. They are light sleepers r.r.d
will give the a!.'.r:ii the instant they
see a M runner moving about.
So in future say "us wise ns n
goose" and give her a!l credit.
Picture, Net Pairt.
An art patron one day went into
Turner's studio when the nrtist was
already famous. He looked at a pic
ture and asked what was the price.
The artist named the sum he had
set upon it.
"What," exclaimed the buyer, "all
those golden sovereigns for so much
"Oil," replied Turner, "it's paint
you are buying? 1 thought it was
pictures. Here," producing a half
used tube of color; "I'll let you have
that cheap. Make your own terms."
And, turning his back on the aston
ished patron, he went on painting.
Bread that has liocn toasted until
it boeomcs brown lias had tho starch
in it largely converted into dextrin,
and hence, so far as the brown por
tion is concerned, one of the proc
fsses of digestion is gone through
Ik? fore the bread is taken into the
stomach. It will he found that the
thinner the slices of brend and the
morn thoroughly they are toasted
tho easier dijeition will be, and
when all portions of the slice of
bread are thoroughly toasted not
burned, but changed to a deep brown
color it will be found still more
easily digested. Iswdon Standard.
China'a Great Wall.
The builder of tho Oreat wall of
China as a jrreat warrior emperor
called Chi Hwang Ti, who livt 1
a'-out two centuries Wore Christ.
To put a stop to the incursions of
the Tartars and other northern
tribes he caused this great wall
1.S00 miles in length to be erect
ed. It required ten years to buLd
it, and in his haste to have it com
pleted he worked to death tens of
thousands of his laborers. Even
hen finished it proved useless as a
means of defense.
OLD HOARDIfJQ PLACES.
Secret Drawers and Hidden Nooke In
Which Money Waa Stored.
It was the common opinion of
writers on economics in the seven
teenth century that much currency
v':'s hidden in ceilings, behind
wainscots and in secret drawers.
Hogarth in his print of "The In
heritance," forming one of the set
of "Tho Hake's Progress," has de
picted a shower of coins falling from
tuo ceiling of the room where u
workman had accidentally disturbed
the molding. Ul.l cabinets nnd sec
retaries of any size have usually oiu1
or two secret drawers or cupboards,
often most ingeniously contrived.
It is surprising how well these se
cret corners elude detection, even
when their existence may be ex
pected or inferred. Some years ago
the wife of n Kentish laborer was
breaking up an old chet of drawers
when she discovered a secret com
partment nearly filled with gold
coins of the reigns of William III.
and (leorgc II. The chest had been
purchased for n few shillings about
twenty years previously, and the
fact that this little 6toro of coins
had not been discovered earlier was
all the more strange, because in nil
probability the drawers had been
several times repaired.
A curious list of hiding places for
money is afforded by two old books
of memoranda nnd receipts relating
to the Fulham l'otterv works in
16H.1 and 10'JS. There are ?10
guineas in a wooden box in a hole
under the fireplace in the garret.
There are 4il) more in two covered
receptacles under the fireplace in
the old laboratory. Behind the
door of the little parlor there is a
can containing some milled money.
Two boxes full of money were
placed in two holes of the great
furnace, from which they were to be
drawn by a long, crooked iron
standing Indiind the kitchen door.
In all ten or a dozen such hiding
places are named, and the money
was variously contained in boxes,
bags, cans, pots and purses.
There can be little doubt that the
practice of hoarding money and val
uables in private houses gave great
encouragement to crime. A glance
through the pages of early volumes
of the Annual Hegister, largely de
voted to the chronicles of crime, re
veals a number of apparently hasti
ly planned robberies, which resulted
in rich hauls out of all proportion
to the occasion. Some thieves get
in at the garret window of a house
in Devonshire square and carry ofT
from the owner's bedchamber an
iron chest containing cash, notes
ami other valuables to the amount
ol 10,0(10. Two men enter the cus
tom house at Limerick and in a few
minutes curry olf cash to the
amount of about 1,800. Such is
the character of the crimes which
wero then most successful a bold,
quick bid for the treasure chest,
which was almost certain to be well
stocked and very often convenient
for removal by two or three thieves
acting in concert. W. A. Atkinson
in Chambers' Journal.
That there may be such a thing
as carrying insurance too far is in
dicated by the ease of Mr. Mulenhy
and Mr. Mulhoolv, two Irish gentle
men. Though they were known to
be great friends, they were one day
observed to pass each other in tho
street without a greeting.
"Why, Mulenhy," n friend asked
in astonishment, "have you and
Mulhooly quarn led?"
"That we Lave not!" said Mr.
Mulenhy, with earnestness.
"There seemed to be a coolness
between you when you passed just
"That's the insurance of our
"1 don't under-tand."
"Whoy, thin, it's this way: Mul
hooly and I aro that devoted to wnn
another that we can't bear the idea
of a quarrel, and as we are both
moighty quick tempered we've re
solved not to shpake to wan anoth
er at all!" -London Tit-Bits.
A woman who visit d tbe T'.riti-h
museum nt I.onil'm recently in
quired of an attendant: "Have you
no skull of l'roi:r.ti:li? I have, been
looking all around for n i-k ull of
"Xo, madam," repied tbe attend
nt, "we've never bad or.c."
"How very odd!" h c-xrlaimcd.
"They liave a fne one in t!.e mu
eura at Oxford." Indies' Home
Too Much French.
He was out with I.m be.-t jr'rl,
nd as they tro!lnd into the West
End restaurant he tried to put on
an I-do-this-every-evening kind of
look. When they were seated at i
table a waiter approached t hem.
"Will monsieur have a la carte or
table d'hote?" be aked.
"Both," aid the young man, "and
put plent? of gravy on 'em." Lon
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
Echo, Ore., June 1st., 1909.
Notice is hereby given to the
stockholders of the Columbia
Creamery Company, that you are
required to be present at a meet
ing of the Columbia Creamery
Company, to be held in the town
of Echo, at the City Hall, on
Thursday, July 1, 1909, at 2
o'clock l M. of said day, to
discuss the question of whether
to sell or lease the creamery
l!y order of the Board of Di
lvciois. T. G. Smith, Secretary.
Call Tor lll.ls.
I will sell to tin hitftiesl and U-st
Milder on Saturday June iMh, l!Hi,
at Ii o'clock A. M. at my olUee in the
court house of I'matiila County, Uiv
lioii. 21,."xH. of the L'.".oihi. live per
cent bonds. Issued by School IHstrict
No . of I'matiila County, Oregon,
for the purpose of erect lug a school
hiiildiug or school l.iill.lmnN or for
t he purchase of land for m-I:mI pur
itoses. and for refunding the existing
iKinded indebtedness of said district,
interest pavahlc semi-annually on
May 1st, and Nov 1st, of each year.
A deposit of ."mni. with each hid.
Dated this l.'lth, dav of Mav I'mK).
May 14th, to June lMh, ltHMl.
notice nu itiu.ication- isolatku
ITIII.li: LAN l SALE.
IVpnrtmrnt of tli Interior, I'nltftl States
l.u nd Office, 1 Oiainle, Oregon
I ii no i lrtl.
Notlri' I licjvliy vlv. n thai, ns illni '.il by
lli I'limiiilviloiiiTof llio . M-ni ial l.ainl uaiiv,
iiiitlcr iimvNliMin of Art of i'.Mtifnw ai.roviHj
.iiin.'i.", mm cm sisih.. :.i;. w. will oir.-r at
iml.lle !.'. to tin-lilirl.fM lilil.li r. at WoVlork
A. M.. on tln i.'ml.ly of July. H. at IliU
oltiit". ilie following iliwrtlHil Inn. I:
Sin fiVi S.v. rt. T. I .V. It. au. K. W. M., Ser
Any in-rwui rlaliiilnir arivcru'ly nlmve
dinrrlUil I ami an ailvl--l to til. llnlr.-lnlm,
or olj.i'ttont.oiior U-fon Ilic lliiiliili:iiaud
K. C. ItUAMWFI.I.. Iti-elntvr.
COLON It. KHKKII Will, Uivi-ivrr.
A. L. SCHAEFER
Successor to Louis Hunziker.
Jeweler and Optician
Expert Watch Repairing
Pendleton, : : : Oregon
The Best and Quietest
Sleeping Quarters in
Thad Barnes, Prop.
Iloust' and Sign I'aiuttT
Shop Main St., Next Ikxir to George
& Miller Co., Keho, Oregon
! PV1.U TOQETIIEK FOR ECMO.
i I't'LL TOGKTIIKU KOIt WHO.
! JTI.L TOtJKTIIKIt FOIt Et'HO.
I IT'LL TOOKTHKK FOU ECHO.
! - a w- - m-
ropiilatlon, Hon. The town hilt iimhI m-IiooK liieliillni the
eleventh trradi!. Hie hunk iilnler Mate eont rol, eapital ,0OO, with
tli'lHmlts of llo.aHi. Ftilir general nieieliamliv Mures, out! "roeery
store, one hardware store, three eonfi-el liiiu rv stores, muMneat market,
t wu hlaekMiilth shos, one palut ami paper liatiKifitf establisliiuent,
three livery slables, tine harness ami s;t'll!e shot', two feed and cu.t
toms mills one second baiul si ore, one Ixnit a oil shoe repair hi top,
live laiRe wari-hutises, three laww-rs. one j welry Mure, one furniture
and imdertal.iii(f estuhlislnneiit. tun t.iiilard and ol r.xmiH, tliree
hotels, t wu liirnher ards, two liarU-r slniis. onif Hour mill, one al
falfa meal mill, one dairy, tvtu dm lois. one Meant laundry, one
news pain t, two churches one creamery, munii-ii-al water system,
lire com pa in, real estate and liiiiintncr ayeiits, carpenters contrac
tors exprev, and tlciivcrv companies etc.
The largest wool M-ourit.K plant In the state Is leintf erected in
rWtuu laeWed by the sheep 111111 of I'matllia ami Morrow count les
Kclm, h her natural ixnit Ion, holds the key to all t he immense
irritiiiii districts atid pr'.j.eisof tliis si.-Mnii, every canal and ir
rl'atlon ililch elth'-r ruiistliroiiv'li the city limits or is taken from
the I'matiila river ii bin two miles of town.
Keho Is the heaviest stuck shipping point in the State of Oregon
ami exports annually over a millio:i and a half pounds of wool.
Within twelve miles of Keho there are now pi.uon acres in wheat,
10.11011 acres of summer fallow and not less than loo.mm acre of raw
land that will. In the course of a few years broken up and sown
to wheat. re. Ir!ey rnd oats an there I now some ,' acres In
alfalfa tributary to Keho.
iit'SINKSS OI'KNINoS - there are many opening here for busi
ness men: farmers dairy men, srardetiers st'ickmen, etc. Most fieefled
in the town map I tnentioiitd founrlry, machine shop, bakery, res
taurant, Ice plant, elect ric lights merchant tailor, millinery atore,
cement block manufact tiring plant, building and loan avsaoclaUon,
cigar factory, planing and n.Lsh and d-wr factory.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, United States
Land Office, La lirande. Ore eon.
Mar 17. 1909.
Notice la liervby clven thai Hltlnny B
Walton, of Kt'liu, Orvtruii. who, on March
.tint, mo, uinile llomtwUiad entry No. I'XeT
Serial. No. lOxU. for SH SW. NWX 8VH
SWX NWH. Swllon II. Townnhtu 3 North.'
ltanin-dl Knit. Willamette Meridian, ha flled
notl.i of Intention to make Final !Hu year
I'nnif. to eUlllh claim to tin land above
(U-k-rltied. before A. C. Crawfonl, L'. S.
I'onimlwloner. at llcniiisUni. OrKon. on tho
th day of July, llkt.
t'Uliimut name! wllnenwn: II. O. Hurl
burUof Fclio Oniroii, Frank I. Miller, o
K.-lioUtvL-on. T. . Suiltli. of K. lui Orotfoa
Clark W ar.', of lVhu Ontrtn.
V. C. HUAMWELL. Refilster.
NoTICK loi; ITItl.lCATtoN.
I nln d Smut l.nml oflic.. La (irando, Ore
tMii. .ly -1. !'..'.
Nutliv l ben-by iriveii that the Northern
l'u-!ic K;titw:iy Ciuiiiaiiy. who. HUillltSi
iclillx-s l .-I. I'iiill. MiiiiiiMitii. Iian Hi In 2Uh
of Mii. I'.".'. Illctl hi lliinoitlce lu aiipllca
it.n to srUvi uihUt tin iMiivUioun of the Act
of t'oiiL-IMvi niin vail July I, IWs CW Sink.
The .-KV, S.-.H011 l.s T. 2 N.. IL S7 E. W. M..
Serial No. in'-ia.
Any nii'l nil inrwmt clniniliic aiiTemely the
Inmlt 1I1 'rll-.l. or m -IrllK to objix-t Itecaune
of the mineral characterof the land, or for
any other n nxm. to the "lli.nl toauislcanw
-liiiiil.l Hie ll.i-lr atlhlavlu of irotint, in thU
olllce.on or b. fnrc the Mill day of July. It" 11.
F. I'. ItHAHwat.u li.iflnu r.
Department of the Interior, I'nlted States
Land Office, lt Grande, Oregon,
April 17. If.
A nuftVI.'nt content affldavll lianltic Iteen
fllinl In this of ft liy J. K. Shotatell. cunUntt
aut. aKaiimt II.K.I4HM -rial Nik Mitll. mailt
Oi liilnT at, ItkCi, for N K' Sntlon lu, Townnhlll
.1 North. lUmre Kant WtllameUu Meridian,
bv Murry 'cklnnncoiiltii'. In which II ta
ailctfi-d that the nald Mttrry Ittckltuon la nok
now renUlltia" uimn nald land and ha never
entablinbed or maliitalneit a resilience Ihennja
and ha wholly abandoned the name! that
hi almeni-e from nald laud ha continued for
a inThnl of more than nix monllin Immeillntely
prim to tiie conimeni'emenl of till content,
and that nald alhttiil alneuce from nald land
wan not dun to hi employment In the
army, navy or marine corix of the
I lilted State: nald pai-tlea are hereby
ordered to ain-ar. reninmd, and otfar
evIili tH'e liHiclilna naiil alletfatlim at 10 o'clock
a. in. on June la, iwa), la-fore Lou I Hcholl, a
Notary I'nlillc, at hln ofllce In K1I10. Oretfon.
and that Hnal hearliur will beheld at 10 o'clock
a. m. on June SX HH. Iietorn the Knetntnr
and Kin-elver at the I nlusi Stale Land Office
III Latirande. On-tron.
Thenalil i-onti-niant havlmr. In a proper af
Hilnvll, II list March pi. ItkM. net forth fwu
which nhow that after due .llllirviice i-roiiat
M-rvlceof thin notice cannot In- inaile. It la
hi-n-liv onl. n-d and illnn-Uil thalnuch notice
! Iw if I en by due and iron-r imlillcatlon.
r, C UK A MM M.U U.ntnier.
Iiepnrtmeiit of the Interior, I'nlted State
lind Office, l-ti iirande, Or.Run.
A nunii-ient nmb-nt ndlilavlt liavlna been
nie, lu tbln ofllce by William t'. NorUiii. eon
teilaul. aKklnsl II. K. No. 14-nki-Herial Kntiy.
No. iH4. made January 11. P.kkl. for NK'.
Sii t Inn 1.1, Towie-hlii 4 North. Itamre .Hi K.nnU
Willamette Meridian, by Frank L. Tivbl
liu yer. coliK-nli-e, In which it I alletred that
nald Frank L. T.-tflitm.-yer ha never etnl
INIieil hln renideiice tben-on, nor ban he ever
ri'-ili-l thereon, that be ban uev. reni l.il any
biillillnirn thereon, nor ban he everculllvau-d
I In- laiuln rinlirni'.il within nald entry, or any
part ilmn-tor: and that nald aliened alneiM-e
from nald laud wan not due to hi eiunloy
mint In Hie Army, Navy or Marl mi t'orim of
I lie lulled Slati-n. nald pnrll.-n are ben-by
null lliil toapi-ar, renin Mid, anil offer rrl.ietH-e
tixirhliiir nnhi allei.'iilloii at III o'clin-k a. ill.
on July . I!km. In f,.ri. J. s. Il.i-kwlih. a No
tary I'liblic, el 1'einlleloii. On ifull. and that
Hnal lii nilim will In- held at lu o'clock a. m.
on Aumiit 4, I'.M'. In-fore the Itecinler
ami ICi'i-ivcr at the I nluil Male Land
OHIce In La Ornnili-. Otvifoii.
'I be nnul coiili-niniit iiuvliui ill a pron-r affl
davll. Hl.il May ll. 1141, net forth facta
which show Hint after due lilllui-nce in-monal
s..lvli'eiif thin iiulli'i- cannot Ini inaile. It la
In n liy iinli n il ami 1lln1i.1l Hint nu ll notice
lie flveii by Hue ami ima-r Hillicali.Hi.
F. C. III. AMU KLL. K. Uler.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Depnrtment of the Interior, t'nllfd States
Lund Office, Iji Ciraiulv, Ori-giUk.
June 1, !(.
N'ottcn In hereby -riven that Jaiiu- l llalli ii
I liuiiiai. nt K' lm. I iiinlllln ninny, Orea-on,
who on May ii". Ilk -4, made llomentead Fiitry
No. :naj-i4ilal No. m.'.-'. fur K', SK'-i. fH
sK-4. Sii-tluii I", 'l uwiiililn ? North. Kanvu XI
Fanl, W lllaiiM-lu? .M.-ri.llan, ban Hied uoliceot
I11U iitl.ui 1.1 make Hnal Hw year proof, loen-lulill-.il
clnlui to the Inn. I almve In-n-rlln-d,
lMf.in-.loliii llall.-y. Jr., I. S. t'ommUiliMit-r,
nt I'.-ti.ll.-l.iii, UH'tfou, oil the .'n.i day of
I 'laliiiitiit nani.-n an kNiirwn: Frank SI. mil.
Il ii I jinti mi ki r. uili Vli t'nrty. I.rnnl II11
1 liaiinii. all of rj liu. I in-ifon.
F. V. lilt A M W Kl.l Hrg-Mer.
pri.t, TOOETHI'.ll FOR ECHO.
PCI.L TtMJF.THEIl FOIt ECHO.
IT'LL TOUI-yrilKK FOU K'HO.
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