The Echo register. (Echo, Umatilla County, Or.) 190?-1909, September 03, 1909, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER J, 1I0
PAGE FOUR
THE ECHO REGISTER, ECHO, OREGON
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TUH-A-LUH LUMBER COMPANY,
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A. Longwell, Manager
Home Phone, Black 442
Echo, Oregon
The Echo Register
rilON'E MAIN 30.
II. IIKOWN, l.ics
A Weekly newnpnper, pu ll IhIkmI
very Friday at Echo, Umatilla Coun
ty, Oregon.
KiiltM-rlplliiiiM $..'0 IVr Yrur.
Entered ns crini1-rlnss mutter
March 18. at the 1'ontofflce at
Echo, Oregon, under act of Congress
of March 3, 1879.
ADVERTISINO RATR8: 25 cents per
Inch per Insertion, except on year
contracts, when It shall be 60 cents
per Inch per month.
Ik-I. tint Inwrtlon. net to 8-polnt type, or
brevier. 10 rent mr Hue fur llml Inwriiuo and
I ceotx each additional liirerliiiD.
TIME TABLES
O. R. oV N. Railway, Echo, Oregon,
PASSENGER TRAINS.
New time tablo effective August 22,
at 12:01 a. in.
West Round.
No. It Portland Expruss. .s 12::i0 a. in.
No. ft Oregon & Wiihh. Liui. a. in.
No. II I'acillc Express ...s H:W a. nt.
No. 7 Tort land S.erlal 1:15 p. in.
East Round.
No. M Salt Lake Express, .s 3:lo a. nv
No. 12 Atlantic Express, s 1:00 p. in.
No. 8 Cliit-ugo Special 4:25 p. in.
No. Oregon A Wash. Mm. 12:.'Ma. in.
FREIGHT TRAINS.
Went Round.
No. 2:i Way freight 1I:.V a. in.
No. .V) Port land fast freight . .1:15 p. m.
EaHt Round.
No. 21 Way rrelhl ft::t a. in.
No. ftl Eastern fast freight. .."1:25 p. in.
No. 5, 1, tl, M, do not slop here.
Parties deslrlnK Interline tickets or
reservation of berths can ae-cure same
by O'IvIhIiik iih a few days prior to
day or departure.
P. C. IIPNTER. Afrt.
stars? No doubt there are many
members of both parties who do
not like some or all of the pro
gressive methods of Oregon, but
you know very well that on 11
straight vote, they would not
poll enough ballots all put to
gether U carry three eastern
Oregon counties.
A man in New York has writ
ten a book called "Three Acres
Enough." Yes, but if allowed
any choice in Oregon we would
like to have our three acres at
the corner of Washington and !
Fouth street, Portland. Land
HINTS FOR FARMERS
Lime Net a Soil Fcod.
Always lieur In n.Iml Mint lime la tin
wny taken the place of manures, fer
tilizers or j: ret 11 iiKiiiuiinx. Ii simpi
remedies n sl k condition of (lie ..oil
and should lie coiisiilereil rut her 11 a
nicdlcisX than 11s a fond, lis use wisd
om the use of iiiaiiures or fertillzi -r
would be much like irvln- to sust:i::i
the liumati btiily on stimulants nlonc
wlthout the use of food ami would re
sult only In the preater Impoverish- i
ment of the soil. On the other hand,
when a mail is sick lie sometime
needs medicines to get his system Into
condition so It can nt.ii In assimilate
food, and In the same way a soil which
pentlnn. four ounces: powdered cori
ander seed, four ounces; sulphur, eight
ounces; mix. Give a teasoonful to
each pig In feed twice a day. Put
three or four drops homeopathic cluo
Ss In drink for each pig twice n day.
there will pioduce magnificent lck w"h nvM "n,st lmvc tl,at ncM-
ity cureo wiui nine iH'iorc u can mime
use of the plant food In the manures
or fertilizers. Perhaps my simile is a
little farfetched, but I think the read
er will appreciate the point which the
writer Is trying to make that lime U
a corrective and not a food. Alfred
Vivian, Ohio State Uulversity, lu New
Englatid Farmer.
The electric road will give
closer, more regular and swifter
communication with other com
munities. When it gets here we
will have better local service on
the main line of the liarriman
consolidated.
Stanlield is far enough off from
Echo to be a sister town. Its
owners realize that it is popula
tion that makes a town and they
pi'0MV-t to secure that necessary
ingredient. At present Stantield
consists principally of empty lots
and marks on a map; but there
are things doing.
buildings without any intensive
cultivation of any kind on the
part of the owner, and those
buildings will yield a crop of
rents that will le placed in the
barn, called a bank, for him
without any derrick fork. The
spots like that in Oregon, capa
ble of such magnificent crops,
are few, but one of them worth' 'ay" of !M,,'r,Ill"l"c ,,,e i,r"ler time
t ,vu 1 1 i 'len the churn should be stopped. It
about fc.t.OOO.tXX) an acre, would, nn. tM0 BPIiera, , the pnst
do us. In fact we would swap) that a churn should he stopped when
off our printing plant and goodt,ie srnnuies ar a " lar;-T u"
... , ..... , ... ..I wheat kernels. If the churn is stop-
will for a little farm like that if I )ed wbcn butu.r ta gn,U.red to the
11 naa only a quarter of an acre: lzc " wueat kernels, the buttermilk
Whan to Stop Churning.
Different buttermakers have various
Fumigatt the Hsnhoui.
The luiihouse should be fumigated
twice a year with sulphur. Have
some lire coals In n pan, and on them
pour n smnd of sulphur after having
driven nil the fowls out of the house.
See that nil the doors and windows are
closed. This will kill disease perms
and anything else and purify the bouse
thoroughly.
For Cows In Poor Condition,
For a thin, unthrifty cow try the fol
lowing: Quinine sulphnte, two ounces;
pulverized Iron sulphnte, two ounces;
pulverized sulphur, four ounces; pul-
Terized charcoal, four ounces. Mix
and divide into sixteen powders. GlTt
oue powder night and morning.
in its confines.
No one can look over the im
mense tracts of land covered by
the irrigation enterprises around! hnt Is over-churned will reuln
will strain out very easily, will wash
better and cleaner and aid ta keeping
the moisture at a wore even percent
age. Uverchimiiug should Is? guarded
against as well as underchuriiliig, for
Jack Young returned Wednes
day from a ten day's outing at
the Teel Springs.
The Smith Hardware Co. Sat
urday purchased the E. W. Jew-
ett property at sheriff sale.
Antone Vey of flutter Creek
was in town Wednesday on busi
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hoskins
returned from a month's outing
in the mountains Wednesday.
Echo and in Western Umatilla
county without perceiving that
in a few years there will be a
large population intent upon
home building imd all the activi
ties of a civilized life.
Of course we have the croak
er, the knocker and the moss-
back with us always and every
where
a large amount of buttermilk, which
Is very dllllcult to remove by washing.
Consequently the butter will in time
tuko up a rancid or buttermilk flavor
directly from the buttermilk that Is
retained.-A. II. Wilcox lief ore Wis-
cousin Iluttermakers.
Poultry Notes.
Pumpkin or squash seeds are apt to
kill ducks.
Have roomy coops for the chickens
These critters said San ,0 ,Ui'' ll:,ve cl,a,"'e ' eS
I.',-.,,..; .... :.. 1 ercise tr compelled to stay indoors
r ram 1 sco in 1M0 was larirer . .
1 " ,,u l r during stormy weather.
than it over would ever be Guineas do not scratch like other
again. They prophesied that ! ,owl" a,,u thrri'r"re nre 8nfe to hnve
. :.. lwu- 11 1 1 .1 i ,n ,m fftrden. They should be given
.m.e in i.. had readied the ,,H.lr fr,HH)om
as ttiey do not thrive In
zenith of her glory; they laid out 1 coniiiiement.
Portland witl an idea that it' ,,,e ' ',t u,,,,t feeds for breeding
1 ... , i turkeys Is oats mid should make at
would never reach the point a- 1 .....i.ni ,1. .........
lion mark of'i(HK, and as a re 'especially during the next three
An electric line from IVndle
ton to Echo and thence to llepp
ner would create a half dozen
lively little towns and help out
Kcho amazingly.
suit the city is now hampered
with narrow streets that will
appear to he alleys when it
reaches the half million mark in
I'.M I or t hereabouts. So in I'ma
lill.i we have them; and while
these pull baclcs make us cuss
once in a while, they also make
for to laugh when some of their
doleful prognostications turn out
to have been drawn from a blind
perversion of their minds.
months.
The early hatched cockerels will sell
In July and August nt a psl prollt.
ami the pullets will supplant the In
ferior old hens. With gissl care the
pullets will Itcgln laying as soon as
matured. Farm Journal.
The lower I'matiHa country
should U a county by itself. It
is idle to cuss the county court
for not doing things for us in
Mead of doing thing to us.
l'oosovelt county. Oregon, is no
. -. -i , 1 to Portland, some men profess
seat if its t-isulintd mill nmnrr cit'itn
owners will get together and
In selling the vast holdings of
the Ead.l estate in and adjacent
pull together.
Yes, it is true that the reptih-
to see a breaking up of land
monopoly fore shadowed. .The
Lad. Is are perhaps able to dis
cern a cloud no bigger than a
i man's hand arising in the dis.
licit n party adopts a democratic tance which the rest of us small
principle semi annually and pro 'fry worms of the earth never
ceeds to raise it on a hand feed; 'notice. Many of the English
but what is more peculiar is that ; nobility are disposing of their
the democratic party then pro- j lands, or preparing to do so; and
ceeds to denounce its own off W English U'lted earl has giv
hpringas unworthy of life. Since1, M1 to the city of Manchester an
the republican party is the only Restate far more valuable thar
one that can raise a democratic an the lands of the Oregon Ladd
principle to maturity why these properties. The lands sold re
protosts against forcible adop- Vntly by the Eadd estate have
tlon been made valuable by the en-
terptise and industry of the peo.
The Dalles Optimist says the pie of all Oregon and the return
republicans of Oregon have no to them from year to year in the
use for referendum and initia- 'shape of taxes have been trilling
five, the direct primary and the compared with the increase the
rest of the Urenic laws. Shucks, j people have given this once or
Brother Itenedict! Why buttjdinary Oregon farm. Wise is
your head against a stone wall the aian who trims his sails be
am! declare that you don't see fore the storm. ,
Feeding Rys to Pigs.
I will say that rye Is a xnfc and suit
able feed for pigs, with some excep
tions, writes a Michigan hog grower la
American Agriculturist. In my own
priK-tlce I have fed rye to growing pigs
and fattening hogs with very good re
sults. I always grind It tlnely and
mix witli other feeds. The rye mixed
with cormaeal and bran, equal parts,
makes an excellent grain feet! to mix
In with the swill for ti e trowing pigs.
It seems to be relished by them, as
they will clean the trough as well a
when wheat middlings are used In
same proportions.
I never feed rye meal to pregnant
sows and would not advise any one to
venture to try It with them. Rye meal
for growing pigs Is not quite ns valua
ble as wheat middlings, but for fatten
ing purposes it Is worth a little more.
Why the Druggists Iteconiiiieml
Clin 111 nerlai it's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Itemeily
Mr. Frank C. Hanrahan, a promi
nent druggist of Portsmouth, Va.
says, "For the inst six years I have
sold and recommended ChamU'rlaln's
folic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ilemedy.
It is a great remedy and one of the
In-st intent, medicines on the market.
I handle some others for the same
purposes that pay me a larger profit,
hut this remedy Is so sure to effect a
cure, and my customer so certain to
appreciate my recommending, it to
him, that I give it t lie preference."
For Nile by Iorti & iHirn druggists.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(I'flil.lsllKU)
Department of the Interior, t'nltej States
Ijnd Office, La "ir.in.le. On-Run,
AiuruM Id I.
Vrtlce U hereby iriveii Dial Hevcrly l.
Tliaro. onei.f 1 In- heiiK ami f..r il.e heirs ..(
John li. Tliar.i lveaM.l. of Nolln, Ort-iron.
li. . January ii. uia.le ll..r.u-ieai
Km r No. Viv&i- Serial. .. for .Nonli
Kat gunner. Sivtlon Hi. Town-lilp 3 ..
ItaiikV M. KM of Uillain. l!e Merl.llan. lias
til.il nut Ice of li.teMi.i to make I'l.ial Five
-nr 1'roof. 10 eial.-li elnl.11 to tin- lanil
l.veile tIUh. U-ion- Krohk sali.ur. Cou.ity
Cl.-rk. at IV.iilleio.i, on-iron. o .lie STth clay
of Se.i-llllnT,
Claimant names ns witm-im-- Jerry W.
Coillu;er. .if I'. mlli ion. nr.Koii; ii,,nre II.
CiipHiun-r. of KclMfc i'r k-.Hi: Mm.il 'oi.iu-er.
of Kcli. On-iron; William A. Wllliauw. of
l-U'lim oreirtsi.
y. C. UKAMWKI.L. Ki-irtMer.
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1 PENDLETON, ORE., SEPTEMBER 27, 28,29, 30, OCTOBER 1, 2
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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 fan 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. E. ROOSEVELT, Pres. THOS. FITZ GERALD, Sec'y
Pendleton, Oregon.
Advertise Your Business
About Plows.
Disk plows have lu recent years
cwiue Into use. writes C. W. lturkett In
American Agriculturist. I tike them
for the light ty.ies of soil wheu free
from stones, gravel and roots and
rather abundantly supplied with vege
table matter. In sticky soils where
the moldlsiard plow will not scour the
disk Is popular, lu soils where the
nioldlM.ird type works well there Is
little to gain by using the disk. The
draft of the latter Is ofteu greater and
the plow Itself Is clumsy. The disk is
better for very dry land and often Is
the only means for plowing such.
PUmedy Wor Fits In Pigs.
The following treatment for (Its to
ptgs Is recommended by the Country
Gentleman: Powdered chloride of po
tassium and powdered nitrate of potas
eium, of each four ounces: powdered
4-W h
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
M't'lU.lsilKItl
Department of the Interior. I'nlted States
Land Office. I -a Grande, Oresoi.
Jul) .11. Ilt.
Notice I lien-tiy trlven thai William T.
Walton, of Kclm On-iron, who on March 3m h.
Iwa made llomestea.i Knlry N,. I.W S-rial.
Nil (tr7. for the SK', and SK' SKi of
Section li anil SV sVt of Section It.
Tonlilp.1 North. Kaiun-'. Kat Willamette
Meridian. liMltlcd notice of Iniciitlon to make
Hnl five year im.f. to ctalllh claim to the
land a love il.arlU-d.U-for.- Join. II. II. .
Jr.. l S. Commtwlo.ier. at IVndii-ton. orv-
iron, on tne 3111 ilmj 01 sertem.s-r. IMV
SEVENTH ANNUAL WALLA WALLA
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 J 1,000.00.
Entries Close September 2.".
ARNOLD ( AILMYAL COMPANY;
Daily P.alloon Race; .Many Clean Attractions;
Fine Fruit ami Live Stock Exhibits.
Write For Premium Lists
THOMAS H. BRENTS, R. H. JOHNSNN,
President. Secretary.
Ciaii.iant name a llmw: Tlu.m.. 11
!mlih. of Kcho, Ontm; Krank I. .Miller, of
Kch.1. tiretfiHi: Clark Ware, of Kclio. on-con:
Charles II. irtlnn r. of llermMon. i.nviHi. '
f. C. UKAMW EI.I K.-Kiur. I
It's luck to smoke Puck.
The better than 3c cigar.
The cigar in the green box.
HORSCH'S
HEAT MARKET
Esteb Building, Bridge St, Echo, Oe
Frttk tad Cared Meiti ctututly u
kaii FUl ud Caac U Scum.
ChtiMi mJL
Oregon State
Fair
Salem, September
l3m& 1909
THE GREAT WESTERN FAIR
O RAND DISPLAY OF
Agriculture Horti
culture and Farm Machinery
RACING EVENTS DAILY
Free Evening Entertainment, Camping
Grouutl For All.
REDUCED RAILROAD RATES ON ALL LINES
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