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COLUMBIA (COLLEGE HAS SUCCESSFUL
RECORD COVERING 21 YEARS; NOW
STRONGER THAN EVER IN FACULTY
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Umatjlla County School Has. uUtn'MnnV 0,10 .' uiun
anK- or standard College;
Musical , Department Good.
Ausr. 27. 1' rh any th nitlvuna
Aug. 6, Perhaps the clUens of rates to be the greatest year In Its Mh
lack a full unpieclhtinn o'fi the vafu
of :ilunibla. College to til cou'nty and
to the state. This school him had a
successful. .career ,of .twenty-one ear
and is now entering upon what indl
' WHAT ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT?
Riimluy .yon and your friends will want to take a ride in your
car. The new completed roads and highways are unsurpassed
for heuuiy. You should enjoy this ser.ery.
Are'you'worrying about your tires? l,et
take tho worry from you.
Gertson & Marty
639 Cottonwood Street Phone 595
GouTds at" Atlantic City
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It's the loosened parts that wear
So it behooves you to take care.
You ought to brine your ear here nt reRiilar kntervals for an In
spection.' We' will ee that v'ei y bolt anil net tn properly tlBhtenod.
Don't monkey with your car let our monky wrench attend to the
trouble. We are master motor mechanics.
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Sct'.c Car Kay and Xlglit
Shop phone, 870
tory. It is a select school for botli
sexes and Is under control of the
Methodist church, although it is not
sectarian. It's object is to give the
best in education, under strictly
wholesome Influences, at the lowest
possible cost. It has an endowment,
and has $10,000 donated to it each
year by Its church board, thus mak
ing the expenses to the student much
less than In many schools.
I-ately the school has been raised
from a Junior to a Standard college,
and Its credits are accepted in all the
great universities of our country with
out re-examination. It takes the stu
dent from the first year of high school
work through the full four years, and
also four years of the regular stand-
ard college courses. In addition, it
I has one of the finest Musical conser
vatories in all the northwet I'iano,
I Voice, Violin, Saxaphono, Cornet and
other wind instruments, with experts
in all department. It carries also a
school of Expression, a Business Col
lego, Domestic Science Department,
and everything required in a select
school of high grade. ' j
The new catalogue shows an tin-j
usually strong faculty of twenty mem-i
iber, and will cost the college trustees
$10,000 more than the faculty cost last
year. ftev. H. S. Bhangle Is the pres
lident. He was educated at Vanderbilt
University, and for thirty years has
been a leading factor in Oregon's
church and educational work. W. C.
Howard, A. B., Is dean. Prof. Howard
is a "ivell known figure of this county
'and state, having been connected with
' tho rtnlilin onliiinl. rf thu nnnnliir fn.
many years before going to Columbia.
He has an enviable reputation as an
educator. I. B. Sevy, A. B., for sever
al years superintendent of tho public
schools of llllton. has been engaged as
teacher of English for the coming
iyear. He is one of thetrong teachers
I of the state. Other teachers are:
Maxwell A Stewart, an A. M. of the
Northwestern University. Chicago, He
will have charge of the Department of
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Ceuixc Jay Gould, Jr., and his wife on the beixh at Atlantic City.
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Those Who Suffer and Are
Unable to Work Need
Mathematics and also of Athletics;
Paul L. Day, A. B., Science Depart
ment; MiBs Margarita McKlveen, A. B.,
Northwestern University, Modern
Languages; Miss Gladys Duthie, A. B.,
University of Idaho, I'hychology.
Teacher-training; Miss Marylee Jenks,
A. B., Oregon State Agricultural Col
lege, History and English; Rev. C. A.
Rexroad, M. A., Biblical History; Mrs.
Lucy M. Sullivan, A. li.. Business Col
lege; Mrs. I. B. Sevy, B. S., Domestic
Selene; Miss Florence Kurth, A. B.,
School of Expression; Miss Frances
Henry, A. T. C. M. Torronto Conser
vatory, Head of . Piano Department.
Miss ileniy is a concert pianist and
specialist in interpretation -of music,
and has coached for eachers in both
Berlin and Paris. Oregon is fortunate
in securing her services. Madame M.
B. Henry, graduate of the Berlin
Conservatory of Music, is also teacher
of piano, and specialist in technique.
Miss Norma Coyle, graduate of Colum
bia's Conservatory of Music, will also
teach In the piano department. She
is an experienced and popular teacher.
Mrs. Gwen Howells, Mus. G. School of
Music in London, will again have
charge of the violin department. Her
three years With this school has won
for her many honors. Mr. J. A. Win
trier will have charge of the voice de
partment. Mr.'inther brings to his
work thorough preparation in the best
schools of music in America and has
had many years of experience as a
voice teacher. Mr. Frank Heric, late
bandmaster in the United States army,
will have charge of the department of
wind instruments and of band music.
Altogether, Columbia college and the
citizens of Umatilla county should
count themselves fortunate in having
such a faculty for the coming year.
Young men and young women who
contemplate going from home for spe
cial training wotild do well to write
the president at Milton for a catalogue
of Columbia College. Why go so far
away when you rave such a splendid
school at your very door? '
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Five thousand ,eight hundred Buick
cars were shipped from the factories
at Flint, Michigan In the twelve full
shipping days of the first half of Au
gust, according to announcement by
the Buick Motor Company. This fig
ure represents an average daily ship
ment of 483 1-4 cars of all models.
High point shipping days were Au
gust 3, when 635 cars left the factory
and August 15, when 634 were placed
in transit. Of the 6 34 cars shipped
August 15, a total of 615 were loaded
in box cars, representing 201 box car
loads of Bulcks.
Following upon the excellent sales
results and deliveries accomplished in
June and July, the Buick company re
gards the shipment of 5S00 cars in the
first twelve shipping days of August
as a positive indication of the healthy
condition of the automobile industry.
The figures are additionally signifi
cant in that they represent not only a
well maintained but a steadily increas
ing demand from the purchasing pub
Buick's production schedule for Au
gust was set at 12.000 cars and the
factory manufacturing records indi
cate the company is swinging along
at a pace whic h will more than meet
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SAILE ' :
I AM OFFERING THE BEST SALE AT THE BEST TERMS EVER OFFERED IN THIS
COUNTY. THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD AT W. T. KIDWELL'S
PLACE TWO MILES SOUTHEAST OF PILOT ROCK
SALE COMMENCES AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP
1 bay horse, 6 yrs. old, weight 1300 lbs.
1 bay horse, 7 yrs. old,, weight 1300 lbs.
1 black horse, 5 yrs. old, weight 1600 lbs.
1 black horse, 7 yrs. old, weight 1600 lbs.
1 bay mare, 9 yrs. old, weight 1300 lbs.
1 black mare, 9 yrs. old, weight 1300 lbs.
1 black mare, 5 yrs. old, weight 1200 lbs.
1 gray horse, 4 yrs. old, weight 1300 lbs.
1 bay mare, 7 yrs. old, weight 1250 lbs.
1 black horse, 9 yrs. old, weight 11 CO lb?.
1 bay mare, 8 yrs. old, weight 1300 lbs.
1 black mule, 2 yrs old, weight 1200 lbs.
1 black mule, 5 yrs. old, weight 1100 lbs.
1 black saddle horse with saddle.
2 mule sucking colts, dandys.
1 horse sucking colt.
Combined 12 foot Baby Holt with 22
horse Sandonia single chain hitch.
2 Kentucky 16 and 7 hoe drills.
1 Superior 16 and 7 disk drill.
2 wagons, 3!,4, with racks.
2 3-bottom Oliver plows.
1 2-bottom Oliver plow.
1 12-inch walking plow.
1 McCormick mower and rake.
3 iron harrows.
1 spring tooth harrow.
1 garden cultivator.
1 single buggy and harness
5 sets butt chaki harness.
And some long tug harness and some
good cows. -
. TERMS ANYTHING UP TO $50 CASH; ANY AMOUNT OVER, BANK
ABLE NOTES. 2 c DISCOUNT ON CASH. DATED OCTOBER 1, 1922.
J. B. KASARI, Owner
Clerk, E. L. SMITH.
Auctioneer, COL. W. F. YOHNKA.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON