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About The Echo register. (Echo, Umatilla County, Or.) 190?-1909 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1909)
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1M9
THK ECHO REGISTER. ECHO. OREGON
Remedies are Needed
Wars) we perfect, which we art sol, medicine would
not often be needed. But aioce our systems have be
com weakened, impaired and broken down through
indiscretions which have fooe on from the early ages,
through countless feneration!, remediea art needed to
aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise
acquired weaknesses. To reach the aeat of etomach
weakneaa and consequent digestive trouble, there i
nothin. ao food a Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Disco.
eiT, tfyceric compound, extracted from native media.
inal roota aold lor over forty year with treat aatiifacttoa to all own. For
Weak Stomach, Bilioune, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eatinf,
Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food .Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal
Derangements, toe "Discovery" is a time-provea and most efficient remedy.
The genuine has on Ita
outside wrapper the
Yon can't afford to accept a secret nostrum a substitute (or this non-aloo
Volie, medicine or known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may
thereby make a little bitter profit.
Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellet regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and
bowel. Sugar-coated, tiny granule, easy to take a candy.
Good typewritten letters
convey an impression of
good business methods, and
the machine is often re
sponsible for the appear
types always reach the proper printing point. The type-bar
operates through or with a guide a feature peculiar to
the Underwood. The type mist go right. There's no
other way. It cannot wobble. Good looking work is as
sured and the Underwood features prevent operator's
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REST - ROUP RECUPERATE
At the Seashore
IS a delightful resort and a
happy combination of pleas
ure ground possibilities. An ideal climate, diversion of re
creation perfect bathing boating fishing riding driv
ing, and exploring, make North Beach the most charming
and popular play ground on the North Pacific Coast.
The 0. R. & N.
Special Summer Excursion Rate to North Beach Points of
FROM ECHO, OREGON.
Remember this will give you the daylight ride on the
Steamer T, J. Potter down the Columbia river.
Ask for our booklet "Outings in Oregon."
P. C. HUNTER, Agent, Echo, Oregon.
General Passenger Agent
CALL M BIDS.
Notice is hereby given that
bids will be received by the
School Doard of District No. 5,
Echo, Oregon, for the building
of a school house about six miles
from Echo. The said school
house must be built according to
plans and specifications now on
exhibit with John Dorn, at the
Dorn & Dorn drug store. Each
bid must be accompanied by a
certified check of $25.00. The
School Board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Acting School Clerk.
To Whom It May Concern:
I feel that the Lord is calling
me to make an apology to all
those to whom I showed the
book, "Heralds of the Morning,"
for which I canvassed in Echo.
On page 218 is shown the
military standing of the various
nations between 100 and 1902.
Fearing that it would be thought
an old book. I kent the date
"1902" covered with my finger
whn I came to that page in
showing the book. I sometimes
also drew my thumb across the
piece of sample in the back,
that was intended to show the
back, to impress them with the
size without speaking as the
sample was some wider than the
actual size of the book. I said
in most cases, or perhaps in all,
that that was the size of the
book, but the book is not quite
so large in width. I believe
that one may falsify in action as
well as in word.
For all these thirgs I wish to
Very truly yours,
It's luck to smoke Puck.
The better than 5c cigar.
The cigar in the green box.
PULL TOGETHER FOIt ECHO.
P11X TOGETHER FOR ECIO.
NOTICe FOR PUBLICATION.
Dipartm'nt of the Inlrrinr. TnltMl 8tatrl
Land Office. La Grande, Oregon,
Ausut la. OT.
Xiilli-i) N hi-ruh)- aivin that Clauclo C. Cala
mi, of i. alloway. unixtii. aim, .hi April Si,
1ft". made lliiimxtvad i-mry No. iVrUI.
No. K. for MC. MCW NKH. KK
N W . X-tliti it. Tuwn-liln I X., Haiufu K..
Wllaim-lt M. rlilUn. lias HImI notl. i. of In-U-ntlnn
U maku Hnal iimntiLUuii I'rx.rf. l
i-slalillli claim to the Unit almvn uWriliwI.
la-fun- Frank allnir. County I'Smk of 1'nn
tllla County, at IVnilliNHi. Uncoil, oil
Kill day of Srpunil-r. I hum.
Claimant tiaiui-s a wIiim-m: J. II. ISarki-r.
of tialloMay. On-aon; K.J. Irvine, of l.sllo
way. i ! n ; A. II. .Moon-, of Julio, Uivtun;
r'rsiik lis-,, of KWio.divif.in.
K. C. UUAMWELL, Itt-alster.
Echo Register Needs Your Business
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interlnr, I'nlted Statea
und urrive. 1 Urarnle. Oregon.
I Auruit lit. i!x.
I Xotli-e l luTi-l.y fflvi-ii that W. H. William.
iMH-of the heirs anil for ail of I In- lii-lnt of
Kiimm-II Wllll.iii. ilci-avil. of ft-ho. On-tfon.
who. on July i ltt, made lloiiti-ari rniry
Noi KkKl St-rial. No. nlH for W'' -tloa
IT. Townhlp S IUii M V... WlllaiiH-tte
Meridian. Iiao fllitl noil.e of inu-iiiton In
make Final Five Vear I'roof. to nialtllli
claim to the land alve devrllied. U foiv A.
C.Crawford. L. f.l'oniniimloniT. at llirmls
ton. tirt-auu. ou tlu tli day of N-iK-niln r.
Claimant name a wltmws: Sherman
t'rayne. of Ka Ihj. On-con: M. M. Wllhama. of
KjIhj. Orevuii: licorr.- II. Copiiiiiafr. of F'lio.
Oretfun. C. II. la.wy. of rii-ho, On-on
F. C. BRAMWELL, Register.
The World's Best
Chickering, Weber, Kimball,
Hobart M. Cable, Lester
Genuine Pianola Piano
Victor, Edison, and Columbia Talking Machines
Eiler's Piano House
813 Main St., Pendleton
I Of! THE CHILDREN
Twelve o'clock at Night
One player Is chosen to be the fox.
lie or she hides iu the uiont aecludiMl
comer to be found. Another Is select
ed to be hen, while the rest of the
children, are her chickens. They form
a string behind her, holding encb other
ly the waist. The hen walks thus
with them up to the fox's den aud
'If you pi ease, Mr. Fox. could you
tell me what o'clock it lT
If he says 1, 2 or 3, etc., she may go
awny lu safety and return again with
the same queatlon, but the moment he
says "12 o'clock at nltcbt" she and her
chicks must take flight, for be Intends
to seize one of them. A good deal of
merry running then begins. If a
chit-ken Is caught It must then take
the place of the fox.
A sHt has previously .been fixed
uiutn which Is called the farmyard."
where the chicken who reach It ure
safe, and the fox cannot enter, but
muiit return alone to his den and stay
there till he has another opportunity
to catch a chicken.
The fuu of the game Is the uncer
tainty as to when the fox will dart
out A good fox will delay doing so
till the fear of his puinult begins to
grow lens and the chickens become
bolder, then the moment he says "12
o'clock at night" be rushes ont. As he
says "12 o'clock uoou" without Intend
ing to seize a chicken, tbe hen Is al
ways In dreadful doubt as to which 12
When the boys came borne from
school they brought a new game, j
While Pick was out of tbe room the j
company selected the name of a city, i
river or mountain. When he returned j
Fred mentioned a number of geograph
ical names, and Pick tens able each i
time to tell which was the ono that
had been agreed upon. Here are some j
of the questions In their proiter order, ,
with Dick's answers. Can you see i
bow he did It?
Chicago, Loudon, Paris, SL Tetcrs-i
burg, Lyons (no to all of these), Ilrook- j
lyn (yes), the Alps. Hookies, Catskllls ,
(no), Adirondack (yca. Manchester .
(no), Liverpool (yoK
The right name Is the one that foWl
lows Immediately after one containing
the name of some living creature, as
lion, cat. man lu Lyons, Catskllls,
Chinaae Wiaa Sayings.
Hecently a Chinaman In London was
beard to wind up a dispute with an
other man with the words, "Ton paper
ttgerr Asked what be meant, tbe ori
ental replied, "Oh, In China a paper
tiger Is a fool wbo talks much, but Is
"When a man U very proud, what
you would call stuck up," be went
on, "we compare hi in to a rat falling
Into a scale and weighing himself. If
a Cblnamnn overdoes anything we say,
'You hunchback making a bow.' A
son who spends his father's wealth,
quickly Is 'n rocket,' while of sou. 0f
you rich people who send money to
tbe heathens abroad and neglect yonr
families at home we say, 'You hang
your lantern on a pole which Is seen
from afar, but gives no light lielow.' "
Inland Empire Lumber Co.
OP STAN FIELD is now prepared to fill all orders for
Building Material. Builders Hardware and Barbed Wire.
ONLY STRICTLY first class Lumber handled and being
sold at moderate prices. All home capital invested
PATRONIZE II0N,E Industr.V by buying your building
material at Stanfield
YOURS FOR MUTUAL WELFARE
THE INLAND EMPIRE LUMBER CO.
T. O. YATES, Mgr.
1 15 acres; 40 acres potato land; 30 acres
in alfalfa; good water right; two -room house;
shed barn; chicken parks; good spring; $3600;
$2500 cash, balance on time. Apply at
THE REGISTER OFFICE
11 A A LINEN JACKET SUITS
JL v vk and Dresses in all new
Spring and Summer Styles now
being closed out. Values up to
$ 1 7.50. The entire lot at one
The game Is cnllcd Tom Tiddler's'
ground. A line Is drawn to separate
Tom Tiddler's ground from the rest
of tbe ground or field. Tom Tiddler
takes up his position In this space and
tries to touch any one who Intrudes
upon It Any player be touches be
comes prisoner snd must stand be
hind Tom Tiddler until a comrade
conies to rescue him. To release the
prisoner the rexcucr niunt touch him
without being previously touched by
Tom. If, however. Tom touches the
rescuer first, lie also become a pris
oner. Tbe whole spirit of tbe game
lies In there being plenty of Invaders
and In the prisoners being rescued
Why la a clock an emblem of hu
mility T Because It holds Its bands
before Its face, and, however good lis
works may be. It is always running It
What Queen Mary bad before, poor
thing! What King William had be
hind, poor thing! What Queen Anne
never bad at all. poor thing! The let
When Is a newspaper like a delicate
child? When it appears weekly.
Why Is cutting off an elephant's
head so widely different from cutting
off any other head? Itecause when
you cut off the elephant's head you
don't sever It from the trunk.
Why Is the letter A like 12 o'clock?
Becaure It comes In tbe middle of day.
F. E. Livengood & Co.,
Pendleton, Ore. Teutsch's Old Stand
A Maaie ftquar.
Ask your friends to so pUre the fig
ures from 1 to IS In four columns,
four numbers In each. In the shape of
a soosre. that when added tbe totals
shall be 34 which ever way you count
up, across or diagonally. Here Is the
. A Spring Seng.
RicM up into nosar'a ra
Lookad the daisy boldly;
But. alaa. to his surprl.
Homy ate him coldly.
Listen, daisies In the fields:
Hide away from lioaay.
Dalalea maaa the milk aba yields
And her akin sro sloaay.
So each day aha trtea to find
Dalalea nodding aveotly
And. althoturh tt'a moat nnktnd.
Bites their bade off neatly.
There are two kinds of whiskey.
One is the other isn't
The kind that IS contains ell the constituents that come
from proper distillation and ageing That's what makes it
The kind that ISNT is made of alcohol, prune juice and
bead oil or is simply , alcohol put in charred barrels, and
The Pure Food Law aims at having the consumer get
exactly what he calls for.
When you call for whiskey ask your dealer if it will
respond to a government laboratory test.
Ask him if he guarantees it.
Then you will know what vou are paying your money for.
Buy the brand you know, the standard for 70 years,
Cyrus Noble pure whiskey all whiskey old whiskey.
4 quart bottles of GENUINE CYRUS NOBLE
f direct to you, all charge
' paid to the nearaat railroad express office.
W. J. VAN SCHUYVER & CO.
.ErtabEiKed 1864 105-107 Second Strert. Pcrtlead. Otoa
B cut av tws una ana aiaia ve-aav h!
W. J. Van Schuyver aV Caw, r-tli. 0m.
Eaclowd (Vut kdl4.90l W alms eata as at aaot by aasnafc ansaal few ajaauts '
GENUINE CYRUS N02LE.
DORN & DORN,
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Toilet nlelaa, rerfuaery, atatlaaary
FoUoBb IilorJt, Echo, Ortqon.