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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1914)
To my patrons in Baker Co.:-
It Always Pays
To buy the best:-
THE McCdNNOti LiNE of Domestic and tock Kdffledies
have no Htipcrioi'. , Also )hi'ro Spices and Extracts;
YOUR MAIC ORDERS
Will receive prompt attention. Postage paid to your d
SEND ALL ORDERS TO
Richland - - i
A rousing Western ,Fllm Fea
ture, and some good comedy
reels will be show!) by Parker
tonight at the Op.era Jjlouqe, four
reels, and the violin specials all
for 25 and 10 cepts.
Grand Jury convened Tuesday
.with the longest, list of qharges
that has been placed before a
similar body for. several years.
it is expected that several night
sessions will bo necessary,,
The NEWS wiiHake, .new to
matoes, wood, fruit, spuds, but
for, or most anything else, good
to eat, drink ar of value, even
91.50 for a ypars subscription to
the Eagle Valley News. How
. .'bout it, isn't that offering to
support homo trade. ,
Don't forget the gun club
meeting Saturday night.
First Street Near Washington
A first class Hotel at a moder
ate price. Special Rates to Ea
gle and Pine Valley people.
J: B: ROGERS, Prop.
Bible School. 1Q a.m.
Mug. Dimmick, Superintendant
Y.'P. S. C. E t ..7:15 p. m.
Prayer, Meeting artd, Choir Pra
tice every Wednesday 8100 p. m.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
1'UIILIO LAND SALE.
UKi'AIlTMKNT OF THE INTERIOR
United Stutos Land Offlco.
nt La Orantlo, Ojecn, July lltli, lOH
NOTICE Is linroby kIvcii tlmt. nu direct
ed bvtho CommlflHloner of tho Ginurftl
Lnnd oflico, under provltlons of Act of
Congress Approved JUno 27, 1003 (34
Statu., fjl7). pursunnt to tho applicn
tion of Willie P. I)u,vJh, of Klciilnncl,
Orcgon.ScrlalNo. 012002, wo will offer at
jinbllc utile, to tho highest bidder, but
at not legs than $2.00 por acre at 10
o clocfc A. M. ...on. tho 1,7th diiy of Sep
toinbur liU I, at this oflko, tho follow
ing tract of land : SW1-1 SEl-4, Sec, C,
Nl-2 NE1-I, 8E1-1 NEW, fjeo. 7, Tp.
10 H., R.JE., W. . Serial No. 012002
Thin tract is ordered into tho market
on a Bhowinft that tho greater portion
thereof itt tnounjLsittoiiB or too rough for
cultivation. Any j,rson claiming ad
vcrjely tho ; ' Vti doscribod land arc ad
vised to filo thtiir cl.iima, or objections,
on or boforo tht time (hrclRnated for sale.
F. C, Drum well, Register.
Nolan Skiff, Receiver.
Classed Among the Best in lhQ Northwest
No Better Equiptment.; Room and Board $18 to $25
: Marty work for Room and Board
A Tuition Within the Reach of All
Fall Term Ojkns Tuesday, Septs I, Enroll Ear y (or
One Month Free Tuition
nivr.n in to, enrolls from Aua. 24th to Scot. 711). 1914. Davlna six month's Com-
tined Course Jn. advance. Tills Is equivalent to 12 1-2 per cent discount on an entire
course. Secure this month by enroliiflu wtttim tns aDovc dates, write for catalog or
call and see us
o3TZrir,;Mocc (Tllon W. P.KINION,lrop.
uarci juuomoo wu-ni Phono 131
$100 "REWARD, $100
. The readers of this paper will
bo pleased, to learn that there is
at least ono dfeded diseases
that scionce has been able to cure
in all its. stages, and that is Cat
arrh. Hall's Oattarrh Cure 'is
. tho only postivo euro now known
to the medical fraternity. at
nrrah being a constitutional dis
ease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting direct-
Iv urjon the b mod and mucouB:
f - k r
surfaces pf thd systom, thereby
'destroying thd foundation of the
disease, And giving the patient
Btrongth, by building up the con
, .hMtntion. and assisting nature ,in
? $r rzs .. v "v-
. doing us worir,
have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer One Hun
dred Dollars for any case that
it fails to cure, Send for list of
Address: P. J. CHENEY & Co;
Sold by all druggists, 75c
Take Hall's Family Pills for
Sunday XcHo) 10:00 a. m., E. E.
Preaching by the pastor at j.l:00
Children's and Young People's
services postponed for the present.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
8 p. m.
Choir KehersaJ ..Thursday at 8:00
p. m., Freu uuncm leader.
Frank Hopkins, pastor.
THE LIFE CAREER
"Sclioollnc In youth ihould InrarUbly b
directed lo prepare a ptrton In the belt war
for the bent permanent occupation for which
he li capable.'' VreiidentC. W. JiUoL
This is the Mission of the
Forty'slxth, School Year Opens
SEPTdflBfiR i8th, ipu
Write for Illustrated ico-page Book
let. "THE LIFE CAREER," and for Cata
log containing full information..
Degree Courses AGRICULTURE :
AKrononn, Animal Husbandry.DairyHus
bandry. Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture.
Agriculture for' Teacher's. F.ORESTRY,
Logging engineering, home eco-
NOAMCS: Domestic Science, Domestic Art,
ENGINEERING: Electrical, IrrlRation,
HlRhwny, Alechanical, Chemical, AMning.
Ceramics. CU.UALRCE. PMARAACY.
Industrial arts. . .
Vocational cTof-Agricuiture, Dairy
ing, Home Atakers' Course, Industrial
ArLs, Forestry, Business Short Gpurse.
Srfioo! of Musk Piano, Siring, Band,
Voice Culture. . t , r
Faxmers Biaincsi Couric by Mali Free
Address THU RHOIRTRAK,
(tw.7.15 to 9-9) Corvnllls. OreRon
Mr. and Mrs. W, W. Chandler,
got squarely in front of the cam!;
era in Portland as their picture,
will show in tho Portland Tele-
exam. They do Bay, that Cha?;i
E. Barber had the hardest time
of his life dodcin,camera fiends
who wanted to take a likeness
of his 'andsom countenence and
and in one place if he hadn't
piven a rapid impersonation of
fhn "TTurrln flUAnti tl
xuu invin twnaYO succeeueu.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright Chandler
purchased tho following lines
Millinery, Dress goods and Trim
mings, Holiday and Ready to
wear dresses and Skirts, Blouse
Shoes, School Bocks and many
other Bargains were secured
while in the market.
Frank Helmick returned to
Robinette the last of the week
from Boise vvhere Mrs. Helmick
was operated on for a removal
of a tumor from the throat and
a growth from the iriose. The
lady is still under the Dr's car.
but is "doing as well as could ,b'e
expected. . ,
Tobacco and Cigar Salesmen
wanted to Advertise. Exper
iance unnecessary. ?100 month
ly t and expenses. Advertise
Smoking, Chewing Tobacco,
Cigarretts, Cigars. Send 2c.
stamp, for full particular. HEL
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N. Y. (35-3 Advertisement)
Any one having any volumes
of the Photographic History of
the Civil War belonging to me
will kindly return the same and
obliOge. JDd. E, Gates (Adv40.)
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