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About The Echo register. (Echo, Umatilla County, Or.) 190?-1909 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1909)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1909
THE ECHO REGISTER, ECHO, OREGON.
"For month I had great trouble with my
stomach and naed all kinda of medicine.
My tongue has been actually a green a
' grata, my breath baring bad odor. Two
we ksago a rnena recommended Cases rets
and after using them I can willingly and
cheerfully aay that they have entirely
cured me. I therefor let yon know that I
ball recommend them to any one offer
ing from (uch trouble." Chos. H. Hal.
pern. 114 E. 7" St., New York, N. Y.
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Tail Good.
Io(iood. Never Sicken. Weaken or Urtpo.
10c. 25c. 50c. Never sold la balk. The son
nine tablet stamped C C C Guarantee! to
cur or roar money back. 821
Malt Keep Amki.
"When you glta a Job o' work to do,
eor." aald Uncle Eben, "don't lmairlna
you' a chicken on a root' an' kin hold
yon position by ('in fa' asleep."
rraaf of Lara.
"So you tXir.lt he'a really In leva.
"Xo doubt about It. Why. he thlnki
he's attractive In auto goggles."
Loulsvill Cojrler-J urnnl.
Where Wratt Err.
Th trouble with a woman pretend
In to believe her husland when he
tells a falsehood Is that he Is encour
aged, instead of being ashamed. At
"Well, Johnny, do you wish you wer
"You bet I do."
"Bo people wouldn't ak me such fool
questions." Cleveland Leader.
faadlaa- His Rights.
Polio Justice liar you any way tw
making a living?
Vagrant I her, y'r honor. I kin
folic Justice Ton cant Wher did
you lrarn that traUe?
Vagrant I decline t' answer, y'r hen-
..,.-.:,. : :,;::
to learn tncboditv
the wettest wjther
AT Mi GOOD STOtU
: caaahaa c uaoi a a
of its kind in th Northwest, w invite
that investigation of thos who want th
best in a practical education. Let us prove
superiority. Call, phone or writ. Cat
alogue, busioess forms and penwork free.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
'The School of Quality"
Tenth and Morrison 3 Portland, Orefoa
A. p. Armstrong, LL. B.. principal
DR. W. A. WISE
12 Years a Leader in PainVra Dental
Work in r-orilaod
rhouid niwmU that ear f arre t ee arranged
that WK CAS DO THEIR ENTIRE CKON.
UK1DGK AND PLATE WORK IN A DAY if
Mt rr. POSITIVELY PAINLESS EX
TRACT! SO FREK arheti plate or brvtgea are or.
derei. WE REMOVE THE MOT SENSITIVE
TEETH AND HOOTS WITHOUT THE LEAST
PAIN. NO STUDENTS, a aacertajnty.
For th Next Fifteen Days
Wewifltreroq a food Bk geU or pore-
Win ennra for -
2k bridge teat
Molar eroer f
CotderenaaMl Aloaca LOO
Rireer aittnae M
Good rubber plate
The beat red robber plates T.00
Pajaiae ea tiactjoaa...... ....... ............
ALL WOKX CUAJRAMT1XO IS TXAHS
Dr. W. A. Wise
rrmldant and UanagM
The Wise Dental Co.
CNC) TUrd and Vaabbiataa Sta,
UKU wrltlae; tmmd 1 Miliars
lias tat paper.
I WI a WxZJ
1 is) m
1 iiu.i.i..wuiji mil ,agia
Saaltary Milk Palls.
Much the larger proportion of milk
Is carried In wide-topped, uncovered
palls from the cow to the strainer, a
distance of 25 to 100 feet, across a
cowyard, under a hay loft, or past a
manure pile, thus exposing a large
surface of warm milk, which absorbs
all kinds of undesirable odors and col
lects dirt and dust.
Galvanized Iron Is something used
for milk palls, but It Is not best, for
tha rough surfaces afford biding
places for bacteria. Wooden vessels
should not be used for holding milk,
for it Is almost Impossible to keep
them clean. Besides Imparting a me-
tallic flavor to milk, rusty tinware Is
objectionable because It Is Impossible
to keep It clean. Good tin Is tUe only
practicable material for milk vessels,
and It must be kept shiny and bright.
The most important thing In pro
ducing milk Is to keep the dirt out.
This can only be done by carefully
grooming the cows and by using a
sanitary pall, two of which are shown
here. There are several types of these
pails, but they all have the same prin
ciple. There Is a cover with a small
opening, under which' Is fastened a
cheesecloth strainer. The one with
1 .1 e sm I 'VAJ I saffaaV"-
1 1 s 1. r
There are places where a common everyday gate Is an utter nuisance
and where a turnstile or some other gate substitute or contrivance Is par
tlcularly convenient and welcome. With tha arrangement herewith Illus
trated the gateway Is always closed to animals, but men may pass through
it without difficulty. The accompanying drawing will give a clear Idea of
the plan. The sketch is made to represent a very small gate, but to an
swer all purposes the wing j-anels and gate perhaps should be half a rod
the spout stralos the milk as It enters
the pail, and also as it Is poured out.
Farm and Home.
aw Rata Frrlakt aa Eft.
After an investigation covering two
weeks, William Krohbach of Danby,
Pa., has learned the reason he has
been receiving only two or three eggs
a day from his flock of sixty hens, and
Incidentally found out something
about the Inventive capacity of rata.
One morning he heard a noise In
his chicken bouse, and quietly making
his way there, he saw two big rats
In the act of making away with a
newly-laid egg. One of the rodents
was lying flat on Its back with tb
egg tightly clutched In Its four paws.
while the other rat was dragging It
along by the tail. Krohbach was so
Impressed by the sight that he
watched the rodents for three minutes.
during which time they carried the
egg for twenty yards along the fence
until they came to a hole In the
ground. Into which they took the egg.
One of the rats became tired whiU
carrying the egg and changed places
with Its fellow.
Horses and cows are In the stable at
night tor rest When the weather is
warm the atmosphere In close confine
ment becomes very warm and oppres
sive, so much so that the animals be
come very uncomfortable, and hence
fall to get proper rest The horse that
does sot get proper rest Is not in. a
good condition for heavy work the fol
lowing day, and th cow that does not
sleep la a eool. restful plac in hot
weather win not give a full flow of
milk. The temperature of th work
ing or producing animal must b kept
normal to give best results. If there
are bo windows In your stables, cut
out a number now and let light and
fresh air come for th health and com
fort of the animals. There is nothing
like plenty of good fresh air In living
and sleeping rooms, whether th rooms
he for the occupancy of man of for
animals. This holds good for both
winter and summer.
Grata Ratios for Swlae.
It is much the best economy to far-
nlsh swine a grain ration when they
are on pasture, as It results in better
gains and a better product One man
estimates that It takes from one-hall
to onetilrd less corn on alfalfa pas
ture than on a straight grain ration
to .nake a hog ready for market. Many
let the hogs run on alfalfa until about
five or six months old. by which time
they reach a weight of 75 to 125
pounds, feeding just a little grain;
then they feed heavily for about two
months and sell the hogs at eight
monthr old weighing 200 to 220
pounds. One farmer who raises about
a thousand hogs a year and who In
one year sold $11,200 worth, makes a
practice of growing his bogs on alfalfa
pasture until about eight months old,
feeding one ear of corn per bead dally.
He then feeds heavily on corn for a
month or two and sells at an average
weight of 200 to 225 pounds. Another
jnan feeds all the corn and slop the
pigs will clean up. all the while graz
Ing them on alfalfa pasture, and sells
at six to eight months old at weights
of 250 to 300 pounds. Another, who
raises about a thousand bead a year,
feeds all the corn the pigs will eat, be
ginning shortly after weaning and con
tlnulng until the hogs are sold at ten
to eleven months old. averaging 275
Another fanner, from weaning time
(two months old) until eight months
old, feeds the pigs nothing but dry
corn on alfalfa pasture, averaging
about one-half gallon of corn ( 3 "4
pounds) a day per head. At the end
of eight months he sells at an average
weight of 250 pounds. Coburn's Swin
Thlatl ae Stork Food.
Stock of all kind greatly relisl
the planti of the Russian thistle, which
has fairly jumped out of the ground
since the rains, and our Eastern plains
are verdant with It Why not make
hay of It? So palatable Is the hay to
cattle that they leave green pasture
and break through fences to devour
this obnoxious and outlawed weed It
it is cut and stacked before the red
dish tinge conies on to the plant
which occurs about the middle of July.
Many of our Colorado people have
used Russian thistle for forage for
severaj years, and some of them say
that it is as good as alfalfa. In a re
cent analysis the Russian thistle as
sayed as follows: Protein, 17.95; ether
extract 3.61; ah, 21.9S; crude filter,
20.14, and carbo hydrates, 36.32. All
over Eastern Colorado there U a la
mentable shortage of protein feed
stuff. Corn, corn stalks, straw, millet,
Kaffir and prairie hay are all long on
starchy matter, but short on protein.
In the thistle we have a crop that
grows on the arid reaches which will
not only yield a large amount of for
age, but a very palatable one at that,
and a crop that Is rich in the two ele
ments In which others are deficient
Field and Farm.
Experiments with fungicides upon
potatoes have been carried on at the
Vermont Experiment Station for
eighteen years. Experiments made re
cently were designed particularly to
determine the relative gain from
spraying potatoes with bordeaux mix
ture and paris green, comparing the
results from two, three and four ap
plications. Two applications of bor
deaux mixture made In August proved
less efficient In checking the flea bee
tle and early blight than where other
applications were made, particularly
the spraying made in early July. Tbe
Increase la marketable tubers for the
sprayed over the unsprayed lota varies
from 52 to 172 per cent
Iflllslag rira Wuts.
Dr. Wiley, lb chemist of tha De
partment of Agriculture U making
soma interesting experiments at Wash
Ingtoa in turning farm waste into
wood alcohol, to be used aa fuel and
for manufacturing purposes. Ills g.
pertinents so far bar been confined to
corn and potatoes, bat fodder Is to b
White Steamers Use Kerosene as Fuel
tttt; utriTK stkmkk which made a arcrEssFri. "trntc rrMrPT'-Hox op
ui;kos::.k ah hel on tiu: hki ent uc..- .ii.k ;u,.hkn u.....
The tr.r-t tilerislhig announce
ment rrcr t.imli- in connection with
the autcnioMU- ind.istry was un
Initliifdiv tlmt mailt a month or two
sxo to the effect that the new models
of the White Stea'n Oars could be run
on kcroM-iie, or coal oil. Instead of
gasoline Everyone at once recog
nized that the use of the new fuel
would bi'i) materially to the advan
tages wl.lrh the White already pos
scsred orr other types of cars.
There were some people, however,
who were sceptical as to whether or
not tbe new fuel could be used with
complete rticrens and. therefore, the
makers of the White Car. the White
Company, of Cleveland. Ohio, deter
mined to ninke a public demonstra
tion of the new fuel In tbe 1909 Gild
From the standpoint of tbe public,
no test more satisfactory could have
been selected. First of all. the dis
tance covered on the Glidden Tour,
from Detroit to Denver and thence to
Kansas City, was 2650 mile. This
was certainly more than sufficient to
bring out any weaknesses. If such had
existed. Still more Important was
the fact that the car was at alt times
while on the road under tbe supervi
sion of observers, named by those
who entered other contesting cars.
Therefore, It would hsve been Impos
sible for the driver of the White to
have even tightened a bolt without
th fact being noted and a penalty In
flicted. At night the cars were
guarded by Pin Iter ton detectives and
could not be approached by any one.
Sunday School Teacher Now, Dan
ny, what do you understand by "right
Danny Gettln' mad without sayln'
any cuss word. Boston Transcript
Mother! win And Mr. WtnsloWs Bonthlag
Syrup 111" bt-st remedy tuOaslutUiaUciilktpaa
Siuiog Ibe teoUUug period.
In Pari titer are thirty-two mil
of underground railways, which carry
15.000 passengers a day. Twenty-flv
mile more road are under considera
tion. Strong Winds and Sand Storm
cause granulation of the eyelids. PET
TIT'S EYE SALVE soothes and
?uickly relieves, 2!ic. All druggists 01
loward Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rankin Why don't you open a sav
Fyle I guesa I'll hav to; they've
Shut down on me where l'v been run
nine a SOfrullnr account.
II rail all.
Maybelle Thut lull, slender chap
went on th stag made up a a wom
an? How did he look?
Gladys Strictly up to data. Tou
know, h bnsn't snv hips.
Coal Too Marfc.
Meenlslrr And why didn't y com
t th kirk lust PawlK-th? Handy I
had nowt but a sliillin' In my claee.
That's owor murkle siller to pit In th'
contribution box all at aln lime.
TtWe's a funny ilrm in this paper
about an -Ohio nun rrfuainz an olr of
a fat coti-ijlxiip."
berr? It me see !f
Tber it in."
"O. you ninny, pon't you tb
beadlin over tint rnljarfino of items?
"Hspp,ninx of Kifiy Year Ago."
Calcagu Tril lin.
Halloa la Moaralaar.
TJutcher What ran I send up to-day.
Mrs. Styles Send me ud a lea of
mutton, and be sure that It Is from a
black sheep; w are In mourning, you
know. fted Hen.
" Klad of Took.
Mistress Jane, I can't have you en
tertaining company In my kitchen all
New Cook Faith, an' It do be your
own fault, ma'am. Y-s should 'av
advertised for a plain rook. Puck.
la Bad (eaipaair.
"Surrender. In th nam of th Great
Jehovah and th Continental Con
ares." d-marid'd Ethan Allen when
Tlcondernira fell. Congr was then
In much better company than It I now.
Out of 6.V1O me tube re of tha Lendaa
Diorrtaa Cburrb Lads' ttrirade artr 1L.
000 attended tb annual ervic at 8t
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
fiohar boot coeds brtchtar and faster colon than any other dyw. On 10c packer colors silk, wool and cotton equally watt
ea4 la ruarantaad to rive perfect 1
tavw vo ay, cnvrrand mix
iTsr'tf vv f .i rrrr
The complete success of the new
fuel while on this 2650-nilIe public
test and the advantage galm-d
through Its use were well described
In the following dispatch which the
correspondent of the New York Sun
sent to his paper at the conclusion of
"A feature of the tour which was
watched with special Interest was
that the White Steamer used kero
sene, or 'coal oil,' as fuel Instead of
gasoline. The new fuel worked
splendidly throughout the 2650-mile
journey, and all claims made In its
behalf were fully proven. First of
all, as regards cheapness, the White
driver secured kerosene all along the
route from 6 cents to 10 rents cheap
er per gallon than was paid for gaso
lene. Secondly, the new fuel was
handled without any precautions, and
It was not unusual to see kerosene
being poured Into the fuel tank while
tbe crew of the car and an Interested
crowd stood by with lighted cigars
and cigarettes. At the finish of tbe
tour, the White was the only car per
mitted by the authorities to enter
Convention Hall, where the technical
examination took place, without
draining Its fuel tank. Thirdly, the
new fuel proved to be absolutely
without smoke or smell. Fourthly,
kerosene could be purchased at what
ever part of the route was most con
venient, and not once during the trip
through the ten States of tbe Middle
West was there found a grocery store
where kerosene was not readily and
cheaply obtainable. Finally, the
"I find It hard to kill time," de
clared the pampered pet "I only bava
my music, you know. How do you
"Oh. I do very well,' answered th
other glrL "In addition to my music,
I hav my sweeping, my dusting, my
sewing and my dishwashing.' Louis
ville Courier Journal.
1 TMf pit. THAT flHtTwOTtl
THE CRY FOR CREAM
is eonatantly Inrreaxln. The big ereainery Campania are eonnfant on the lookout and
are orTrrins good prima. A irrvat many riairrm-m are buying more cowa initeaal of trying
to et all the profit poMible out of thnee Ih noir have. They awia to think about aU
that they can do ia to run the milk taruavh a mtn aeparator. never atopping lo rarMkler
whether the cream separator le doiag It duty aa It ahiulrl. If In an ol.-fahMnel. out-of-
We have a
He b a
AaVB liaaviax, e w WW Mod poet cam at
amount liui J on the trip
kluiwt'l thai Iter net tie is at least
nfievii per n-nt v.um efti-lent. gallon
lor g' lloii. Il:; n cuscline Tile car In
other reptci? i.iii le 11 mirl creilllablw
showing, and there wn the us.ial riv
alry iinmnti the observers In be
signed to the White so thut they
could ride with the in 11 x I :n 11 in of com
fort. The only nd'.iistnieiits or re
pairs rhnrged against th: car during
the long trip were tightening a lubri
cator pipe and l: lnu a d;ini!i;;ed mud
guard. Thtse peniltlej were not In
flicted until more ih.in 2000 mile
had been completed :h an absolute
ly perfect score."
A particularly Interesting feature)
of the new White Steamer Is that
either kerosene or gnsollne may be
used ns fuel The necessary adjust
ments so thnt the fuel may be changed
from kerosene to gasoline, or vice
versa, may be made In a couple of
minutes; but so completely successful
has kerosene proven to be, that It la
not believed that any purchasers will
care to use gasoline.
The White Company report that
the demands for their new steam rara
both the 12000-model and th
14000-model exceed their most san
guine expectations. It Is evident that
the combination of steam the pow
er which everyone understands and
has confidence in with kerosene
the fuel which everyone has on hand
and can handle without any danger
Is thoroughly appreciated by
up-to-date purchasers . of autoturv
blles. CRESCENT teSa
dim all lh
powder will do and doe
it brttrr. It raiars Ik
dough and makes Ha-nt-er,
swrrtrr and belief
ritra f node. Sold by era.
cere 2 Sc per peuad. II
yea will wad us rear
.... ... "" " anprraa, are
Bill ernd ?o a book ea health aad bikini puwdai.
CKESCENT MFC. CO. Seattle, Wn.
A Flavoring". It male 4.
syrup better than Mapl.
J Oold by grocer
date or rhap machine it ran't got all the but
trrfal it waon't In'ewM to. V'Hir dairy pro
fit ran bt inrrcaed from S toi per rant by
the uae of
A NEW IOWA
The Separator that ha won r-frni'ion tr the
thrre la t eKHHifi. fit. ljtt, i'irllrif and
J?i-itiwn. and haa thit rini- r"-fTMiil of all
th kwling dairy "-pert. Ita ui aa iually
mana the navine of a arret amount of rrt era.
It elan nw-ana that yiHir rream niftkea tauter
huitrr an I never h that aeparalor taate pe
culiar to cream -V immel by other marhitiea.
1 hi. ia Ijecaute ilie l"wa la so eaaiiy cleaned
and never bert4nea choked up ailh filth ami
dirt. Among ita many advantage are th-e
waiat-kw aupply ran: 'nri-aed irearifig;
eii-e of narration; ad jiiNtabie crank: neat ap.
I'eiranre: iniercharifreat.le pacta: etc, IT IS
trSITIVKI.y THK t MtSrUT SKIMMKK
ON Tilt: MAltkl.T. Kend lor taiakatue.
M nt complete I ne of
on lb Coast.
Prkes and Good Right
10c a package. wnn lor w rkkaa
DBUQ COMANT, Qulacy, LUnOke,