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About The Echo register. (Echo, Umatilla County, Or.) 190?-1909 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1909)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 10t
THE ECHO REaiETER. tCHu. OKtGOM
A Poor Weak Woman
At thm is ttrmmi, will cndur bravtly sad patiently
ri. i i s "aa wouia girt wsy under,
"f ,,ct womcn f more patient than they ouiht
to be under such troublet.
Every woman ought to know that tha may obtain
the most experienced medical advice fret of chart
and in oM fufideuc snd privacy by writin to
the World sDmpcntsry Medical Association, R. V.
Pierce, M. D President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce
hit been chief comultin physician of the Invalids'
Hotel and burgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y.. (or
man vrara and has ta.l . -
In the treatment of women's diseases than any other physician in this country.
His medicines are world-famous (or their sstonishinj efficacy.
The most Perfect remedy ever devised for weak and dell,
cete women is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG.
SICK WOMEN WELL.
Zh!"pi "V".!? .,yl,?',,T, o( wnis'i peculiar ailments are fully set
forth in Plain Enli,h in the People s Medical Adviser (1004 pages), a newly
rev.sed and up-to-date Edition o( which, cloth-bound. will be mailed frt, on
receipt r.t 31 one-cent stamps to pay co.t of mailing only. Address as above.
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1 Gasoline Engine.
. 3 Ten bushel baskets and oth
er articles ready for business.
For particulars address or see
D. B.1 Neal, Echo, Ore.
If you have a sweet tooth,
sweeten it at Lisle & Co.'s.
notice for ithmcatiox-imulated
I ITBLIC LAM) SALE.
' Department of th Intoilor. l'nli1 Stnt-s
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ofHrp. lli following UcM-rilittl land:
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Any ih'puiii clnlnilnir advenu-ly llm slxiVt
Ivwrlliwl land arv advim-d to Hie lliilri-laliiM,
or ohJiH tliiim. on or ln-fon llir tiiiHitli-xUruauti
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REST ROMP RECUPERATE I
At the beashore
FJADTH RFAfH IS a delightful resort and a
llUiVlil DLiivIl 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
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Umatilla County.
Mary A. Wrljrht, riaintlff,
Henry I. Wright, Defendant.
To Henry I. Wright, the above
named defendant: You are hereby
not i tied and required to appear and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff
filed against you in the above enti
tled suit and 'court within six weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this summons, which said first
publication is made on Friday, the
27th day of August, A. D. 10. And
you will take notice tliat if you fail
to so appear and answer the said com
plaint, or otherwise plead thereto,
within said time, the plaintiff for
want thereof will apply to the court
for the relief prayed for and demand
ed in her wild -complaint: to-wlt, for
a decree of the court dissolving the
bonds of mat rimony now and hereto
fore existing between plaintiff and
defendant and granting to plaint iff an
absolute divorce; and for other equit
This summons is published pursuant
to an order of Hon. II. J. Mean, Cir
cuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dis
trict of the State of Oregon, duly
made and entered on the 251 h day of
August, A. D.
Petkkhon & Wilson,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
OUT OF ORDER.
The Man Who Laughtd at 8ethera
Sot bora was owe playing Lord Dun
dr.'nrv In a small town whose regular
tl:'.)'Kuers plumed tbvuiHclvps on their
Irvperturlmble ilemonnor nt I lie theater.
A Jkor who llvnl In ttmt town had
Jut returned from New York and
cravely put In circulation a hint that
It was extremely unfashionable to
laiili nt romedlaus.
The hint "took." Sotliern played the
tint net in a frigid ntmospher. He
could not understand It. but be called
the company together before the see
oml net and Implored them to "pitch In
and wake "cm up." They did their ut
most, but without perecptlble result
Ullerly benten. the great laughter
maker dived Into the dressing room.
Presently the manaj.vr of tbo house
"Phake. Ned. old boyr he exclaimed.
"You're doln' prent Oot 'em sure.
Never seen a more delighted ordl
enee." "Whnt?" was the dazed response.
"Delighted be bunged! They haven't
crocked n smile."
"Laughed, sir!" replied tlio manager.
"I should ho not. There was one
man that sulekered, but we bounced
bliu out afore he knowed what ailed
A Msan Rsvsnga.
A mean revenge was that taken by a
man whose wife bad Just eloped. lie
discovered where the missing couple
were living; and sent this polite n
to the man who bad robbed him of bis
"Dear 8ir Please Ond under sepa
rate cover-ont full double set of false
teeth, which kindly baud to my late
wife, requesting her to return my fa
ther's, she having taken tame by mis
take in the hurry of departure."
Respectability of tha Stage.
Was Amelia Bingham used to hare
a habit of going to the theater early
and sitting In the box office for half
an bonr before the performance be
gan. One evening while she waa there
two women came up to the window
and asked for two seats. The man
waa Just about to hand them over
when one of them aald:
"Walt a bit, young man. Tell me, la
this a funny show? We are pretty par
ticular. 1 read In the paper that It
waa or wasn't frisky 1 can't remem
ber which and I'd like to know for
The man was so taken back that be
was nonplused for a moment, when
the other woman chimed In with:
"Ob. I guess It's all right. Clnra. I
saw her act In the 'New Magdalen,!
and aha was quite respectable then."
Echo Register Needs Your Business
dalles f Flail Astesst las' Burial.
Di the County Court of the State
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In the matter of the estate
! Mary M. Crayue, deceased.
j Notice is hereby given that I have
tiled my filial account and report as
executor, de bonus non, of the last
will and testament of Mary M.
Crayne, deceased, and the above en
titled court has set the 2.1th day of
: October, lixio as the day and 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, as the hour
and the county court room in
the city of Pendleton, Cma
tilla county, Oregon, as the place,
when and where all persons having
objection to the said final account
and report may present them and
they will be heard, and that at that
time and place said court will settle
said final account and report.
I Ttiis notice Is published by order
of said court made on the 13ih day of
J. SlIEUftUN CUAYNK,
Executor, de bonus non, of the
Last Will of Mary M. Cryane, Deceased.
The source of all pleasure and de
light Is tbe feeling of kinship. Even
with the aense of beauty It Is unques
tionably our own spec ies In the snlinal
world, and then ngnln our own rare,
that appears to us the fairest. 8o, too.
In Intercourse with others, every man
shows a deckled preference for those
who resemble him, and a blockhead
will And the society of another block
bieud Incomparably more pleasant than
that of any numls-r of great minds put
PULL TOuKTHER FOR ECHO.
PULL TOGETHER FOR ECHO.
The World's Best
Chickering, Weber, Kimball,
Kiobart M. Cable, Lester
Genuine Pianola Piano
Victor, Edison, and Columbia Talking: Machines
Eiler's Piano House
813 lain St., Pendleton
A Costly Chats.
A Scottish farmer was one day sell
ing some wool to a carrier, and after
weighing it In the yard he went into
tbe bouse to make out an Invoice.
Coming back, he missed a cheese
which bud been standing on a aheif
behind the outer door, and. glancing
at tbe tag of wool, be observed that It
had suddenly Increased In size.
."Man." be said to the carrier. "I hue
clean forgotten tbe weight o' that bag.
Let's pit It on the scales again."
Tbe carrier could not refuse.
Helng duly welshed, the bag was
found to be heavier by the weight of
the cheese Inside. A new Invoice waa
made oat. and tbe crestfallen carrier
Tbe farmer's wife at once missed
the cheese, and. rushing to tbe yard,
told her husband that some thief had
stolen the cheese.
"Na, na. leg." replied the farmer
quietly. "1 bae Jnst selt tbe cheese
for twa shlllln'a tbe pund."
A traveling salesman died very sud
denly la Pittsburg. Ilia relatives tele
graphed to tbe undertaker to make a
wreath. The ribbon should be extra
wide, with tbe Inscription "Best la
peace" on both sides and If there Is
room, "We shall meet la heaven."
Tbe undertaker was out of town,
and bis new assistant bandied tbe job.
It was a startling floral piece which
turned np at the funeral.
The ribbon was extra wide and bore
tbe Inscription;. "Rest In peace on both
sides, and If there Is room we aball
meet la bee Tea."
Befeee and After.
One of the Philadelphia "orgaulsa
tioa" ward leaders who had been no
toriously profane became converted
and a church attendant Tata caused
great surprise among the nun's friends
and acquaintances In politics.
One of tbe leader's associates was
approached by a politician who had
known him for many years. "Is It
really a fact that S. has Joined the
"Tep; thara what he has." replied
"Wen, Is be really religious f con
tinued tbe Inquirer, whereupon this
Instance was given In proof:
"Well, I met him In tbe city ban yes
terday, an' be said to me. 'Jim. I'm
feells' like ben today.' As yoa know
bow he'd 'a' said that a year ago when
be didn't bare rellfkm. Oh, he's re
Bgtons, an right r
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YOURS FOR MUTUAL WELFARE T.O.YATES, Mgr.
1 THE INLAND EMPIRE LUMBER CO.
1 15 acres; 40 acres potato land; 30 acres
in alfalfa; good water right; two-room house;
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$2500 cash,1 balance on time. Apply at
THE REGISTER OFFICE
CLOSING OUT OF OUR MENS and BOYS
Rsvi a sH-m -Van
n f p icpai tiu cut
The room has been rented
and we must give possession
Every article on this side of the house now on salo
at WHOLESALE COST and in many cases less.
Mens9 and Boy's Suits
Hens' and Boy's shoes
and Furnishings of all kinds. Think of it, people,
just at the beginng of Winter you can buy your
entire Winter supply at a tremendous saving.
F. E. Livengocd & Co.,
Pendleton, Ore. Teutsch's Old Stand
Ladies Home Journal Patterns
All charges prepaid to the nearest express office.
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that it may be called whiskey.
Any so called whiskey that doesn't contain them,
whether bottled in bond or not, is alcohol not
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It is old.
It is whiskey and nothing but whiskey.
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