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THE ECHO REGISTER, ECHO, OREGON
FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 100.
16 Inch and 4 Foot ....
Office Phone, Main 22
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wake up tin; hired man of a Sun
(l.,y iiiiw v.-'thoiit dit in liiii'
the re.-t of the family." "We
Th'Te will he a public
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Su)M riiii.iiH $i.rn it Yiir.
Sale of' rvpnitment of the Interior, United States
i Land Office, La Gruiitlc. Oregon.
low in an Aiik'ut iil fM.
, ,. , . Notice I hereby given that llevcrly It.
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in. hlootled .Jersey and llol-: Kat gunner, s.-.-ti..n i. Towim.ih 3 x..
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stem cows and calves, and also mii noti.-.. ur inuntion to makv yumi'vts,-
A W. ' kly ii-wmmiimt. i-ihll-h. (1 jis SO() as we (-an L'et them w
vrry FrI.lny nt i: h, I'mntllla Coun-,
ty Orocon. will advi-rtis" it in the Ketfister
Hut we have tho kind that will some cood horses will bo offerol
I wnko the rest of the family with-' tor sal", on months time at H
Enworf .-rVnH mattor'0"1 'sturhinn the hired man. If j per cent interest with approved
March 16. 1906, ut the r.toffi p ut such a clod: as you aslc lor was security. C V. lioWMAN
Etno, firpRon. iinnor on or LonKrerai () m.,.t.-,.t vii.l fi.
, we would have it."
of March 3, 1879.
ADVERTISING KATES: 25 cent per
Inch prT lniiTll'n, i-xwpt on year
contrnrtii, whfn It nhall b BO centu
per Inch per month.
IM-al". first liiwrllnri. wit In h ikiIkI type, or
brevier. Hirt nt i-r Hue for tint iDnerllun aad
I cen 1 ruch mldiiii'DHl liuvitlun.
O. R. A N. Railway, Echo, Oregon,
New time talile pIToctlvo Auifiist 22,
at I2:nl a. 111.
No. t I'orl land Kxpntss s 12::i a. 111.
No. 5 Ori'tron ft Wash. I.iui. 1 a. in.
No. II Pari He Kxprrss ..h a. 111.
No. 7 P01 1 land S-cial 1:1 " . 111.
No. lo Salt Lake Kxprcss. s :i:lo a. m.
No. 12 Atlanllr Kxprrss s poo p. ni.
No. H CliiraK'D Siwrlal 4:2"i p. 111.
No. il Oregon & Wash. Urn. l2:.'Ha. in.
FREIGHT TRAINS. '
No. 2:t Way (r'Ui ll:.Via. 111.
No. .V Port la ml last freight . . 1:15 p. in.
No. 21 Way In ik'lit r.::!"! a. 111.
No. i"ii Kaslrni faM fii iulit"-t:2-" p. 111.
No. ", 7, , h, tin not Mop lirrr.
Parttos (IcslrlnR Interline tlrkots or
rcarrvntlnii of IiciiIih can wotim hbiiio
.by ndvlxlnp im a ffw dnyn prior to
day of drpniturr.
P. C. IirXTRtt. Apt.
Portland papers, and some
others, are throwing all kinds
of fits over some tentative ques
tions sent out about some pro
posed constitutional changes by
the "lawgiver of Oregon City."
Nothing worth being scared
about. If you don't ask how
are you going to tind out what
public sentiment is? The circu
lar letters sent out with the
amendments suggested call for
criticism and correction. If you
don't like some of the high jinks
proposed just sit down and write
it out. If you do like them, or
any of them, say so likewise,
hike u large litter of kittens
some of them might be saved,
t while others could very well be
returned to oblivion.
Mr. Eiler has been happily
successful in selecting vaudeville
acts that are clean, pleasing and
of high artistic excellence in the
(between acts) in his splendid
presentation of the drama, King
of the Cattle King. Echo, Mon
day, August iJOth.
James E. Faucett can now fill
your grocery orders atStanfield.
Clerk, at IVnilli-toii. onirun. un the SiU day
ut Seirtemlier. Ilf.
Claimant name as wit new- Jerry W.
Cniilnin-r, f Pendleton, on-iron: (ii-orm II.
Coiiilnifer. of Ec ho. Onviiii: Mauil Coniiiiurer.
of Keho. Onua; William A. Wllllanu. of
K. C. 11RAMWELL. Hester.
Esteb Building, Bridge St., Echo, Oe
Fresh tod Cored Heats constantly oi
hud. Fish ud Game li Season.
Gin ( nil.
Echo is going some. Irriga
tion enterprises all around and
in between, east, west, north
hand wanting homes by the
thousandsnf acres. Home build ,
ers by the thousands in the east
wanting land, het us get to !
get her. j
If the mere proposal to build'
railroads by public authority as!
other roads, irrigation ami drain-;
age canals are built, causes two
celebrated railroad manipulators i
to struggle for the right of way
to Central Oregon, what would I
the real tiling start them to'
COUNTY FAIR AND RACE MEETING
OCTOBER 4th to 9th, INCLUSIVE.
Southeastern Washington's Greatest Fair
$20,000.00 IN PURSES AND PREMIUMS.
SIX DAY RELAY RACE FOR PURSE OF $1,000.00.
Kill l ies iso SpptomiMT 2.".
AUXOM) CAHNIVAIj COMPANY:
P.iilv Hallocm K.ice; Many Clean Attractions.
Fine I'm it ami Livestock Kxhiliits.
Write For Premium Lists
THOMAS H. BRENTS, R. H. J0HNSNN,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, t'nlted State
Lund Office, La, Grande, On-Rub,
Jul) ;il. l!W.
Notice I herehyrlren that William T.
Walton, of Echo. Orea-on. who on March SBth.
ItKI. niaile HonieKteail Kntry No. IJitW Serial.
N.i. OH. for the VS(K'nl SK'f
Section li and HW)4 V! of Section 14.
Ti.nvif.hlp 3 North. Kainre. East Willamette
Meridian, has Hksl notice of Intention loniake
Him I live year proof, to eotahll-.il claim to the
lanil a I ve ilcavrihed, la-fore John lialley.
Jr.. t'. S. ConimLiHioiier. at I'emlh-ton. Ore
n. on the Jih day of Scntcmlii-r. l'K.
Claimant name a wltiieMnn; Tliotiiaa O.
Smith, of Echo. On-n: Frank I. Miller, of
KcIhk On-von; Clark Ware, of Echo. On-iron:
Cliarles II, tiaitllner, of llernilMon. Oretfon,
1'. C. IIKAMWKLL, ItetflMer.
It's luck to smoke Puck.
The better than Zc cigar.
The cigar in the green box.
Pn.l TOGETHF.P FOR ECTTO
PULL TOGETHER FOR ECHO.
OUR OWN ip A fib
Of the Third Eastern Oregon District Agricultural Society at
PENDLETON, ORE., SEPTEMBER 27, 28,29, 30, OCTOBER 1, 2
Exhibits of the Products of Morrow and Umatilla Counties
$4,000 Offered in Premiums. $1,500 Military Band Con
certs, Afternoon and Evening.
All kinds of fun and amusements offered to all the people for
"GET ACQUAINTED WEEK."
Stock Show, Horse Show, Cattle Show, Sheep Show, Swine
Show, Fruit Show, Grain Show, Vegetable Show, Machinery, Etc
Get a premium list. Prepare your exhibit Enter now. Address
C. L ROOSEVELT, Pres. TH0S. F1TZ GERALD, Sec'y
Advertise Your Business
We would arise to remark,
Mr. Chairman, that there are
seven thousand six hundred
forty one men in Oregon suffer
ing for a public office, many of
whom have no more hope for the
future than a cat would have if
precipitated into Sheol bereft of;
claws, unless through the As
sembly, or some other means,
the machine is again hitched
onto the Oregon voter.
See here, Mr. Man, you haw
come out to Oregon looking for a
place to build a home. Slop off i
at Echo. The great advantages
of this section are climate, soil,
water and markets. None In't-j
ter, few so givod. It is an old
section started anew with the
infusion of water, which in this
Western count ry is the life, As I
the girl said to the fellow who
jilted her because she bail cross
eyes, "you may go further and
fare worse." I
King of the Cattle Ring
A Sweet Western Melodrama in Five Acts, by Hal IJeid.
Will ExhilVit untler a harge Tent
ECHO, MONDAY AUGUST 30th
A farmer wandered into the!
hardware store of in'
Echo the other day, and en
quired for the alarm clock de
partment. The well known
merchant stepped forward and
enquired what kind of an alarm
clock he wanted.
130 PEOPLE 30
2 SPECIAL CARS 2
Specialties Between Acts
BAND AND ORCHESTRA
Absolutely the largest and best Dramatic Company showing
Dand Concert at noon and 7:30 p. m. Performance at nicht
Well," said on,y" Kmember the day and date.
Forty-eighth Annual Exhibition
will be Greater Than Ever
$35,000 in Premiums
13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 1909
Grand Showing of Live Stock
Racing Program Complete
Reduced Rates on all Railroads
COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS
W. F. MATLOCK,
F. A. WELCH.