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ECHO, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1909.
NEW HIGH SCHOOL
Principal OttixerA. Cinnon Gives a
List of the Conrses.
BRIEF RESUME CF SCHOOL WORK
Echo Now Hai One of the Best High
Schools la Eastern Oregon, Offering
Special Advantages to Students.
Echo hns always ranked nmonp
tho foremost in the matter of her
schools and school facilities.
With a tine set of school-boys
and school girls, with a Hoard
who are not afraid to do things
and with parents who by their
encouragement and backing give
their needful aid one of the
greatest essentials for a success
ful school year with a corps of
scientious teaches, it is no won
der that we have one of the very
best schools in Umatilla County;
no wonder our school has a rep
utation for doing things.
This year will mark a new
epoch in the history of our school.
On account of the new building
not being ready for occupancy,
the work of the High School De
partment will of necessity have
to be correllated with the work
of the grades, but the High
School plan per the State Course
of Study willl be carried to the
letter. Studies which are the
most practical will be given the
preference and all tie supple
mentary work will be along prac
tical lines. Care will also be
taken to choose subjects from
the course which will be best
suited to the individual needs of
optional. noug and Kittredge. Virgil,
General History. (Myer'a 332); Allen and Greenough Cicero,
German, 1; Beginning Latin; Heath's List of German Authors.
It might be well for pupils of
the High School department to
cut this list out and bring ft
Physical Geography, Zo ology,
First Half Rhetoric, 201; Two
Classics, Hand Hcok of English
Composition, Grammar, 21: Al
Second Half Rhetoric, com
pleted, Two Classics, Hand Hook
of English Composition, Gram
mar Completed, Geometry, 1 .".
.Optional General History,
(com.) Caesar's Gallb War, Ger
First Half-English Lit., 191,
Hand Hook of English Composi
tion, Two Classics, Geometry,
2."1; Physics 220.
Second Half English Litera
ture, completed; Hand Hook of
English Com., Two Classics,
Solid Geometry Com., Physics,
Optional Cicero,' German.
American Lit., Hand Book of
English Com., Two Classics,
History and Civics 293, Gov.
American Lit., (completed),
Hand Hook of Eng. Com., Two
Classics, History and Civics,
(completed), Gov. American
Optional Virgil, German, 1;
Algebra, one half Botany,
one-half; Political Economy, one
half; Physiology one-half; chem
istry one half; Geology, one
half; Astronomy, one half.
HIGH SCHOOL TEXT DOOICS.
List of books with authors:
Buehler's Modern English,
Carson's Hand Book of English
Composition, Herrick and Dam
on Composition and Rhetoric,
Newcomer's American Litera
ture. Newcomer's English Liter
ature, Well's Academic Arithme
TO THOSE WHO
DO NOT HELP
THE HOT WAVE.
with them to be checked
books needed by them.
High school building
high school organizations
not made in n minute The
building of the edifice ta'c -s r.
brief time, the building up of a
good high school takes a longer
period, but with proper encour
agement and hearty co opera
tion we will soon have both, and
: - 1 .1. I I m ...
a nigu scnooi or which we can
feel justly proud.
Boost," don't knock.
Knockers are in the hopeless
We desire to give notice to all
I whom it may concern tjiat in
and pillihi:-.g the Register in Echo
are j v.v. arc giving full value for all
received -and then some. It is
true that we are not able to give
a, goed a pajvr as mjiiio hirgc
cities can boast of, but without
saying anything that would look
like throwing bunches of posies
at ourselves we can aver that
the Register is further ahead of
Echo than some of the kickers
and knockers of this sheet seem
to imagine. No i.ewspaper in a
minority and very lonesome in town is a public charity; no pub
the up-to-date little city of j lisher of a paper that stands up
Echo. j for the town and advertises its
Any information to either advantages and resources can be
pupil or patron will he gladly considered in any way as a bur
furnished or any questions con-1 den or an nllliction on the com
cerning the High School work 1 munity. If you want to knock
will be gladly answered, v. : a town down in the estimation
of property buyers and home
seekers, just drive newspapers
out of it. There are property
owners in this vicinity who hold
their land at big figures who
Ottimer A. Cannon,
Prin. Echo High School.
RETURNS TO ECHO.
Suppose you have heard that
stale, stereotyped, aggravating,!
phrase a few dozen times this
ween, ami it only served to in- $
tcnsify tlie heat. lint truly it
Il ls ueen warm, verv v arm.
genuine "nigger weather" and
the desired temperature that
makes the ire man smile.
The hottest weather of the
season has been with us for two
weeks and there are prospects
for still more. j
The wave extends over the
whole Pacific Coast and over the
East. At Portland no such
September weather has been
experienced m thirty years and
only once before has
hotter in the history of the city. ; t
It is not likely that n change;!
will come before the middle of
the month, according to
Portland weather forecaster
NOTICE V BUILDERS.
The Lisle Co.
Sealed hids will lie received nt t lit'
ortiii! of tho clerk of School IiKtrief
Xo. .", Kclio, 1'iiialilla Comity, Ore-1
gon, up to 12 o'clock noon of Septem-j
ln-rlMili Hum r,.i' ii,.. .......il... .....I
Win. Hoggard, ex-city marshal ; vvo,l!'I several tigures knock eo.nplci ion of a two-story re-ii.forrcd:
and water superintendent, of.0'1 off their estimated fortunes concrete school house for school dis-j
this eitw came down from I should the Register fold up its trict No. situated at. Echo. I'nia-;
Walla Walla where he has been
running an engine in the big
harvest. Win. says Echo looks
good to him. Mr. Hoggard says j il
he went to Spokane arid regis
tered for a homestead in
Coeur d'Alene reservation
wings and things and depart
this lire through inability to
make ends meet at least once in
winie. llie Register is not
worth as much as some farms
tljgihave increased in value since it
but was first published. Its pub-
they failed to find his
when they were drawing.
HE GETS HIS-SOMETIMES.
the boys and girls of Echo, who i tic WeU' Afgebra for Second
ary schools, Wentworth's Plane
and Solid Geometry, Channing's
United State's History, Myer's
General History, Hutchison's
Physiology and Hygiene, Tarr's
New Physical Geography, Ber
gen's Elements of Botany, Pa
cific Coast, Millican and Gale's
Physics, Le Conte's Elements of
Geology, McPherson and Hen
derson's Elementary Chemistry.
Tgdd's New Astronomy. Daven
port Introduction to Zoology.
have come up through the
grades under careful observance
of thoughtful teachers. The
following is the plan of work for
the High Schools of Oregon,
who maintain a foar ytar high
school school course:
HIGH SCHOOL OUTLINE STATE
COURSE OP STUDY.
Modern English Grammar,
p CO; Two Classics, Hand Book
of English Composition, Rl etor
ic, 190; Algebra, 103; Bookkeep
ing, (completed): Rhetoric, 261.
Modern Eng. Gram., p 109;
"Two Classics, Hand Book of
Eng. Comp., Rhetoric, 143, Al
gebra 24; Botany, one half.
nar. U'sners arc not as wii offns if
they had cultivated ten acres of
irrigated land instead of telling
alout the opportunities to do so.
For every line of advertisement,
for every job of printing done,
the Register gjves full value, di
rectly or indirectly generally
bothand many times the meas
ure is pressed down and running
over. When you feel mean, get
up with a bitter taste in your
mouth and have a irrouch at
People in Oregon have a way
of letting the politicians scheme
and figure and combine and then
some fine morning generally
a day or two after some voting
has been done -these birds of
prey waken to find their wings
clipped and st me times a twist
put in their necks that recpiires mnnkincl. don't cuss the editor
months of anxious rubbing be The printr ,)ns troubIos Iik1
fore recovery. The average joUier Im.n, ntul a few oUll.,,s
Oregon voter is a humor-loving, i thrown into make ud for anv
quiet moving, grim-acting cuss, inihirt t ia.i.
and he does not go around for 1
months before election telling ELOCUTIONARY RECITAL
what lie is going to do; but, oh, ,
una loiinty, Oregon, according to
plans and specifications prepared for
tho same ly T. V. Howard architect.
A cert Hit d check for live percent, of
I he amount of I lie hid will he required
from inch bidder, mailt! payahlo to
school district No. r. Cinal ilia County,
Oregon, which check will liecoinu the
proH!i ty of said school iMstrlet No. A,
provided I lie Milder .selected to per
form the work of hiiilding said hiiild
ing shall fail to furnish a good and
sufficient Ixmtl for the iM'rformaiicit of
said work and enter ; into a contract
tor the hiiildlug or said hiiilding.
Tin School I ! reel on of said school
district, reserve the right to reject
any or nil hids offered for the build
lug of said hiiilding.
Dated this 1st, day of September,
K. K. Klder
Chairman of Hoard, i
Louis Seholl Jr.
New Line of
is it been any ' UUfifilGS
y of the city.; I 00
Swell Line of
We hive a few Collar Pads
and Halters left.
The Lisle Co.
my! when the returns come in
how some of the wires and cogs
of the machine do krinkle and
Bullock's Elements Econnmics.
O . I r- Mm
ui.vuh.uuotu.ui-iauuiuuf l M. Scribner and J. W
ernmenr, rower's and Lyon s J Meador, blacksmithing and
Practical Bookkeeping, Joynes- horseshoeing a specialty. Satis
Weissener's German Grammar ' faction Kuaranteed. Corner Bo
Huss' German Reader, H.wm: nanza and Greets.
hirst BLatin Book, Ha'e and
Buck's Latin (Jrammar, Gunni
son and Ilarley's Cresar, Gree-
Pt.-LL TOGETHER. FOR ECHO.
PULL TOGETHER FOR ECHO.
Pt'M. TOORTHER FOT 'fif),
Pt'LI. TOGETHER FOR ECHo!
A . a a A . m. .
I! JOHNNY GET f IE -GUN I
The Hunting Season is
We have in a large shipment of Car
tridges and Shells, and would be
pleased to supply yuor wants
M. H. BOYD
THE PIONEER MERCHANT
Elocutionary Recital, under
auspices W. C. T. IJ, nn enter
taimnent worthy of your patron
Inge, an evening of genuine
pleasure, uplifting, educational,
inspiring, amusing, refined,
, wholesome, unitjoe. Readings,
best in Erglish language; hum
orous, comic, pathetic and sen
timental. Impersonations and
character sketches. If you
. want a good laugh, come. At
;.M. E. Church. Tuesday, Sep
1 timber 1 1, l'.ht'.l; admission ?."c;
children l!c. Every one cor
dially invited, come.
A Sprained Ankle.
Ah iitimllv treated a siiniiiied :uiLI
j win nuihle the injured person for a 1 S
month or more, toil hv applying 1 5
jChainherla in's Liniment and ler-
log t he direct on uilheacli iKittle'
I faithfully, a cure may. in most e;ise. ' J
j U' effected in less than one week's i
jtime. Thin liniment U a moM re-!?
' inarkiihle preparation: try II for 11
sprain or 11 liruie, or when laid upjj
witli ehronie or miiM-uliir rheiinui-l
Usui, and you are certain to l.file-!j
ignied Willi the prompt relief w liieli wwwwwvwwi i
11 niionis. tor s;i e ny Doin jfc orn.
PtT.I. TOGETHTH Killl ECHO.
Hi nt Treulment lor a I!nrii.
If for no other reavm. ChamUtr-
Iain's Salve should le kept in c er
hxiiM-liold 011 aivount of its great val-1
ue ie the treatment of hums. It al-1
l:is the iaiu almost Instantly, and
utiiev the Injury Is a severe one. heals
the 1 arts without leaving a sear.
, This salve Is alvj unequalled for
' I I. I . - ..1. . ... it
naiiiiN wic nippies ami nv 1
is-s or the skill. Price, i cents.;
For sale hy Iioni & Iioiii, druggists. !
A first-class cement block manu
facturer. A candy faefory.
Sash and door factory.
Building am loan organization.
Cheese factory. j
Sugar factory. ,
Canning factory. :
Just received 60,000 all kinds
and designs. I can supply your
wants. Come in and look them
over. Prices 2 for 5c to 80c each
PCLL TOGETHER FOR ECHO. X
THli BUST OF liVliRVTHINO AT
SPINNING THE DRUGGIST