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THE ECHO REGISTER, ECHO, OREGON
FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1909
Home Phone, Black 442
Office Phone, Main 22
Inch and 4 Foot
ER COMPANY, -
A. Longwcll, Manager
The Kcho Register
rilONK MAIN 30.
I ' .M ATI IX IM HMSHIM; M.
1 M'inti"iii ri i
I. If. Itito'tVN, Muiingrr
Some people expect irrigation , trc.ity with Kr.gkind and (Jer
to make up fur 11 lazy disposi- u any forcing all countries to
tion. .disband their artnie?
L- - 1 could settl
!. .rirlin. rt (if (In- U t. r!..r. l"Mlt-l Stutvi
Land Office, I -a Grande, Ongon. I
1 mi.. 'V UkA
down IO COUlHlIlg: ,im.-lint iimUM aftiilavlt liavimf li n
V.. ; t..t. .1... ...... ,l... ..r ,...,a. '' m thi .im. i-iy n lilt am" . Mii-tim.mii-
41" null 111 .wiu iw in .u utl .lilt' r.i ui ail un; ii- tt,tailt. ajratllnt II
, bors lines and enjoy life.
A Voc-kly m-wxniificr. put'l-h-'t
vary FrMay ut Ki-ho, L'lnatlllu Coun
ty, Ort gnii.
Siilwrliitioim $l.."0 IVr Your, j
No blizzard in Kcho to kill
E. Xo. -.Ka-Si-rinl Kmrv
. ii.it, mailt-January 7. lino, fur f'i S '
svll.m 111, lowii-hlu 4 .siirtli, ICnnifr . Kal.
! U tihimi-tti' Mrriillitn. liy Kuin-iili- M. Ili
i -r. i oiil-.l'T. In whirl! K It alli-ifi-u Dial
- i,. ..,,,-...,;.. f.. a''l Kiwiili- M. Ilni-r lias m-rr -tali-NO
lack Of OppOlt Ulllty lor U iNli..i.rr.-lcl.ii.iMli.-iv.m. nor ImnliiMviT
. .. -.1 - . . 1 !. i 1 nMiil iln-rvoii. that li' liajiiii-vi-ii-ni-tiil any
Ilian With a stlOllg b.U'k aim a , ,m,raiiyotli.T lni.nivrimiii of any
ui ....i. ... .. ,, ,i kuni tin-nun. nor ha iirrvi-ri-uitivnt-ii un
willing hand anywhere around ... .ir any i-cm (Ufn-..!. i.m t,iiy ai.nn-
ilom-ii tin- imiiii' lor iimmv than l 11111111111, ami
Dial lii-r alix iM'e wan nut ilur to military f
vl-e. nalil itaiilin ana lirn hy noilHiil uaaaaar.
n".uiiiil,aiiil fTrr I'Vhli'iirv UMirliiinr all allt'-
' Tin T"m;i t i I tn IJiiwli nnnllnl,",l"l, aal "'"l-'a a.m. on Antu-l si. lw.
I i m. L inaiiiia namn iompanj lf,,ri. j. s. n,,.!;!,!,. , .inr, ii,ii,-. ,
diitmi-d Ijrnrnri. of fsit rat tin ti ' 'in'-v in INn.ll.ion, Outrun, ami that Hnal
MlippiO I AO tars OI 1AI CaillC 10 . .,,(, wm he ,...l at IO iVI.-k a. m. on
advkhtisino HATKS: 25 cent, per No laclc or market in Kcho for the Union Stock Yards, at Port-; .'Sft
ln.-h . r Inaortlon. xo pt on y'r 1 ..,. ,.,.(win.., ft.. ,,- , -t ;.ln, Wwlnewlntr l.a tiramlo. Onmm. . .
rontraol. h..n It nhall b (0 ccnti i" '" " , , ,,, cimunllntlntvTum
Kntcrcd nit UTond-clniiii matter
Vlan h 16, 190fi. 11 1 tlio pi.Htoffl. c at
Kcho, Orison, umlor art of t'onir s ' Mian.
No fiiihire of crops in Kcho to Kcho.
buxt tip" a fanner or business
of Mil n il 1, l7K.
per Iih'Ii p-r month.
Brut InM-rtlnn. wi la ll polnt type, or
ttrrvler. lOr. ntx Mr line fur flnil loaerllua anil
a ccoti each additional Inn'itlun.
W. E. Thresher and familv i "'.!L"
rp. . . , . 1 .' wiirtii inn inrvii i t-aiDHJi, Ifw Hiailts, li w
J lieie IS room enotlKH in Hie loft Tlinrwliv mnrninir fnr Pnrt , ii. n liy onli-nsl and UlnvUHl that
. . . , ;leI1 1l'ur!,ua mOiniUJiT ror 1 Ort- ; u.(fv.nl.yilm'and pmivriml.lk
vast tracts of irrigated lands! lanJi wht.,.e they wi make their
around Kcho for several larpe
towns and two or three cities.
There will be the population and
the business for them, as well,
should leuv ! no stone unturned
to secure free rural delivery;
it makes it better for everybody
to have such service.
O. R. A N. Railway, Echo, Oregon,
'n. .1 nioiron Kinross 12.10 a. lit
No. II I'aoihV Kxprt'ss !t:H a. tit. ' in the next few years.
KT 1 I,.i.Mii.iI i l-l . II III
IT l. I I IM I I II 1 1', .W III I I.. J II.
No Kastcrn Kxpross 1 :30 a. in.
No. 12 Allan! If Kinross. . . .4:MI p. 111.
No. 8 CIiIcuko SmtI;I 4:2-' p. m.
No. 21 Wav frokdil 1 :.'10 p. m.
No. .Vv Port land fTtst Trolirlit . .2:.V p. in.
No. 24 Wav froiKlit r::bi a. m.
No. .ril Kitslo-rn fast frolnlit..:t:'J." p. in.
No. 7 and h do not slop lioro.
Tartloa lilrlnft Intorline tlrkots or
rcaorvatton of bi rihH ran ortir Hitiiic
by advlHltiR us n f.-w daya prior to t t, t
day of di'patturo. 1
P. C. HUNTER, Apt
Horn, in Pendleton, July 22.
1909, to the wife of E. J. Spike,
of Echo, a tfirl.
COLON It. KIIKIUI.VUK. Idievlver.
hiii'Ii not loo
The farmers of Umatilla eoun-
The Kreatest luck in our civil i- ty could easily build an electric
ation is our unbalanced method line to the Columbia and then
of holding land. We encourage double it. extend it and branch
injustice in a hundred forms it to every town in the county,
when we encourao the holding' Echo is on the map, and making
of land idle, and penalize its be-!a bigger spot on it every year,
ing made ue of by capital and If. and when, the farmers build
labor. Some use of the land Krho will lie hocked up with or
should be essential to retain to it.
title. A balanced tenure of, -
land, by which he who used Ki-t us have peace at home
would pay his just proportion and abroad. Pass the tariff act,
for his exclusive possession, ami hang Thaw, send the San Kran
he who tuisiiM'd, or used not at cisco hoodlers up and make a
all, would pay I he same as if
iu;iy tntr ii is wiial I lie w ise
ant ii of t lie east and wot are
Uncle Sam is cutting down
expenses and this is put up as a
sort of excuse whenever a rural , a,,d a-lHifa Is dim to a lack orprop-
.1.1:.. .... t i t it- or treat moiit at the first staifes of the
delivery m asked for. Cutting' .. . , , , , ,. , ,
. K d soase. ( hainber a u s Co c, C holera
now n appropriations seems io a,, iMarrhoi-a Ueinody is a reliable
and effect ual medicine, and when
lilvon In reasonalile time will prevent
any dangerous coiisotpieui-es. It has
Itoeii In use for many years and has
always met with unvarying suece-sn.
For sale by I Kirn St I)orn.
NOTICE r'OR ITIIMCATION-ISOLATED
I'L'HLIC LAN II HALE.
I -linrtmpiit of (ho Inu-rlnr. frilled States
Uind OrTI'c, Ija Oiand, Orfgon
July 3tli. im
W T Wnttonbiircr nnl f'linilv Noll.'i- U lirn liy irlvi-n Hint. a tllni-tisl hy
V. J. VtUlUnOUIg ailll iamil. . i.c.imin!.l.mi.riif tlii-liim-ral Lanil OHI..
umlir provtMlmiM of Art of t'onirrvnn aptmmsl
Sum S. (34 Statn.. 617). wit will orTi-r at
nulillf nali-. to tin- IdvlHut lilildcr. at 10 oVIirk
A. M.. on tin- mh day ut Hftitciiilxtr. I MM at this
ornVi. tin- followlnir di-M'HlMil land:
A . 1 Tli..sssE S.v. k. T. JX It. to E. W. M..
l'ropor Treatment For lyscn-, s.rial No. omti
,,. ,, ,i iiw. Any ii'isoiin t'lalniln-t advi-rsrly the ilww-
ter and Diarrhoea. di--rlUHllanUan.ail'lsltoHU.tlMlrrlalm-i,
The Krval mortality from dysentery ! for'sai".l'0','0,'l,r 'J,'',"v",l'l',au'u,''ir,1u''
r. C. IIUAMWELI. KiKbtor.
COLON li. KUKUliAUU. Uucelrer.
left Saturday for the mountains
on a hunting and fishing trip.
commence and largely to end-
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I French Restaurant :
BOYER & REED, Props. f
I STRICTLY FIRST CLASS I
Eletntly furnished rooms ii ccn
nectloo. Privite dining parlors.
BEST MEALS IN THE CITY
tJJ naia 5tml rrMlttM, vrtt
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Notice to Creditorn.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Umatilla County.
In the Matter of the Kstate i
Oscar F. Thomson, Deceased )
Notice In hereby given, thai the un
dersigned, Susan Almlra Thomson,
has been duly and regularly appointed
and Is now the qualified and acting
administratrix of the estate of Oscar
F. Thomson, deceased; and all persons
having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present them, duly
verified, and with vouchers attached,
to the undersigned at her residence
on Butter Creek, In Umatilla County,
Oregon, or to Haley & Haley, her at
torneys, at their office in Pendleton,
Oregon, within six months after the
first publication ot tlds notice.
Published the first time this 23rd
day of July, !!.
Siban Almiua Thomson,
Administratrix of the Kstate of
Oscar V. Thomson. Defeased.
I' is iiivtising to wit lies-, the
i.iii ru anxiety displayed by
peo; ' ti prevent their being
Will start the HILL
Pt'TX. TOC5 ETHER FOR ECHO.
THAT we are selling ns-jrootl laiuls
for $1 75 -r acre uh can be bought
for ?r,0 in the Walla Wtilla valley. That we
have just as good climate, just as good water
suppl y, just as good people and have more room
for more of them. That a man can get land
enough here to make a good home and have all
the comforts of life for less money than any
other place in the Columbia basin.
If you are looking for bargains this is the place
and now is the time. Take nobody's word, see for
yourself, give us a chance to prove it. Raw lands that
don't blow for $100 an acre; the same lands in alfalfa
at $175; garden land, no better on earth, for $175 per
acre that you can raise anything on that is possible to
raise in Oregon. Beaver dam land that will grow
onions or spuds so large that the culls are prize win
ners, fruit in quantity and quality unsurpassed any
where, and land that you can do this on for less than
half you have to pay for land not half so good. This
land is sub irrigated and also has the best water right
on the Umatilla river. Call on or address,
C. A. CHAPMAN, Mgr. of
NORTHWEST REALTY CO., ECHO, Ore.
DORN & DORN.
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Tollat ArtlalM, Farfuaiary, BiaUoaAry .
Todojflc Block, Echo, Urtgon.
BERLIN CLEANING .
AND DYE WORKS
W. E. COBLE, Prop.
rEHDLETOR, .... CrECOM
Send your clothing to the Ilerlln
Cleauing and Dye Works. Only ex
perienced help employed, and the
test of work and satisfaction guaran
teed. Orders sent bv express will re
ceive prompt'and careful attention.
302 Tut Ctmt Stmt
tUm Kill 43
We will pay the highest market
price for WHEAT, BARLEY,
beaten in a land purchase. As
a rule t! very cheapest land-,
ill any . '. ion of count i y are the
very deadest in the long run.
A little investigation in any lo
cality will show what is a fair
pi ice for a locat ion, and to spend
wis'iis of time trilling away time
and mom y trying to get a snap
o! snaps generally results in
bisng snapiH'd as badly as if the
I in I va . paii h iscil blindfo'ded.
Any reputa'tic agent has no ob
j.vt u placing a stranger on a
piece nf worthless projierty; but
?o!iie! lines the owner lias no
i.Tup!es. There is as little joor
Jam! around Kcho as anywhere
in the Northwest, but it can Ih vvvvv
51:1: US l$CPORE YOU 5ULL
HENRIETTA MILLING & GRAIN CO
One of ih regular amuse
merit of some communities is to
build railroads on paper. Its
co.t is little ami is as satisfac
tory as kissing a sjHiok. Kcho
lias ti.e railroad, and a transcon
tinental ne.o at that. In a few
.years it will have a double track
and it is r.o slouch of a branch,
rus.y nailed. li tnd mc down right
now, but the real tiling.
I'eople in Kcho should resolve
to not wait until the New Year
1o boost a little more for Echo.
August is as good a time us Jan
uary for such resolutions.
Better opportunity do you want to make
Did you ever stop to think that you can
buy a piece of the Famous Umatilla Ranch at
the right price and on good terms, and that it is
sure to make money. Come in and let's talk
It over. : : :::::::
E. P. CR0ARKIN, Agent echo.
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