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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1914)
Classed Arsiond tte Best to m rtonhwest
No Better Eqtdptment. koom and Board $18 to $2$.
. f ( Many work fdr Room arid Board
A Tuition Within MReqchof All
Fall Term Oficiis Tuesday, Sejit. 1, tinroll Ear y for
One Month Free Tuition .
CfWcn lo tftosc CfirolHfia froMli0. 24!hJ lo Scpf. if, 1oi4, paying six m&H Coin
ed Cbw&lri ata Tills Is cqulvalcnl lo 12' 1-2 per cent taf on an entire
eouise. Secure this wnlii by cnrolu wilob tie apave dates. Write for catalog or
calland sec lis
Baker Business College Sr0
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.,m iiKTr UUUIU, uciicr rquip.
mcnt, enlarged groundi, not) many J
illtlon to li faculty, the Unlvmity
of Oregon will begin lli tfilrty-nintli
year 1 ucitJay, September 15.
)ccial tralninK for Duiinets, Jour-
.Twin, iiuic. Arci lecture,
al Train III! ami Pin,. Arf.
fL'fH and ifrifii,i, .I-.... 1....
f iii.r..i " Vi " 'Vu'
VI MUCH CMUiailfMl.
l.itfry til more lhn 50. m volume. io
tpimsig lynniiiunM, licn Kulldlnvt fully
tipp,J Nw llit.tM Adrulnitirauun
iiuiiuirx n touiM ni cfirDCTii
1 union P, ()uitiii)ci (or inrn m.l
for wnimn l.ipmxt li,)
Vrll for -union ind Hlu.K.i.,1
UNIVERSITY, OF ORECOH
r.uae.rte orcnon I
First tkcl Rear, Vashington
A first clas Hotel at a moder
ato price. Special Rates to Ea.
glcand Pine Valley .people. '
J. B. ROGERS, Prop.
Bible- School .1 10 a. m.
lMrs. Dimmick, Superintendant
Y. P. S. C. B..,.. . 7:15 p. m.
Prayer Meotintr and Choir Pra
ctice every Wednesday 8:00 p. ni.
THE LIFE CAREER
"fVtioolliic In youth ahoutd lururlably It
nircftol tu .iriAtc ixraou In the lt war
;ur 111c urn immnnciil occupation for wUl
he la capabliV'-l'iciUiltiitC. V, Uilot.
Till Is (lie Mission of tho
v Furiy-clxlh SJ..I Vo:ir Open
SEPTEflBER ibtli, 1914
' W'ife for lljustrnl' 1 ioo-iwrc Hook
let. -1 if- I IH IaiiKU," ami for Catn.
Icjf coiif...ni(i (nil information.
; ft Courses AGRICULTURE :
"ARrknIturc for Teachers. FORESTRY,
LOGGING HNOINHERING. HOME ECO
I'OMK S: Domestic Science, Domestic Art,
1G!M : !V.: Msirk"ii, Irrlsatlon,
HijthM-av, Mechnfijc.il, Oiemlcal, Mining.
Cerni'k-. COMMfcRCK. PHARMACY.
Votalional Ctrwi-Ajcrlcultiiro, Dairy
Inn, Home Alnkcrs' Course, Industrial
Arts, Foreslry, Huslness Short Course.
Stfioolo Afittic-Plano, String, Hand,
Voice Culture. .
Fairairs Bualnci Csuri by Mail Free,
Addrew TJIlt KKCIBTKAK,
(lw.7.11 to 0) Cnrvntlia. Oreijon
FIGURE ir OUT
BECOME A PROPERTY
Lots valued from $25.00 up
ward. Locajted jn heart of Cal
ifornia great resort center"-near
San I'rancisco. 1
In order to advertize directly
We will tn've deed and title to
one of our 25 x 100 feet lots to a
limited number of persons send
ing us the exact solution of the
PROBLEM: Fill in themissinpf
numbers now represented by
dashes s that thej.sums of each
olumn will be 15 each way; th.t
. . 11 1 11 1
is, nonzontieauy, vertically, nnu
AdcroBs replies to Central
Duildimr& Financing Co.. 723
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
Portland, Oregon. (Pd Adv. tf )
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.. E. E.
otewards Meeting 2:p. m., in the
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8:00
p. m., Mrs. S. A. McDoweHlead-
Choir Rehersal Thursday at 8:00
p. m., Fred Cunuilt leader.
Frank Hopkins, pastor.
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be' cured by . Hall's
Catarrh C re,
F. J. Cheney Sf Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have
known F, J. 'Cheney for the last
15 years, and believe him perfect
ly honorable in all business trans
actions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
National Bank pF Commerce,
Hall's Catarrh Cure "is- tatfen
'.internally, acting tdirectly upon
;he blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Testimonials sent
free. Price 75 cents per bottle.
Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills fcr
equipped Hotel in
ALSO. one UPRIGHT BREWSTER
PIANO, GOOD AS NEW
Mrs. S. U. JONES
THE NEWS is plainly speak
ing, firmly and squarely seated
on top of tho fence when it com
es to the prohibition Pr non-pro-Uibition
question.' : We plainly
anmit mat Dusinesa is our rea
son, bread and butter is a strong
inducer.' Our advertising col-
ums are open to both sides at
-0 much per square or lino, BUT
vo will POSTIVELY, NOT BE
.RESPONSIBLE for any state
ments m'ado in this rnrinnor and
they will bo plainly marked,
Paid Advertisement, "
TIIE-Richlnnd and Now Bridge
schools are the envy of all visi
1 1 .
lurs, as a visitor to our sanctum
recsntly) remarked to us; "Ea
gio s scnoois are nrm corner
stones on which tho prosperity
oKhfi valley, as a whole, will bo
built." Needless to say we per
Xectly agrco with him,
fl M E I Yl
OVCn GB YEARS'
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Copvmati' 1 &c.
,r"ul nolM, wltl..,utcii-'tf, mtuo
.1 ...mits.'mclr llliutrnlcd wmfclj;. fl
I9 order to I;tiVe oih
IocjxU receive proper
ktteptlop piei6e r;txve
tlperQ ir; by VedpesdkY
BIG FREE CHICKEN
GAME'S OF ALL KINDS
TRAP SHOOT, BIG DRILL
ING CONTEST, TUG-O-WAR
I GRAND BALLATNIGH
MADE HIS NAME DEATHLESS
Qcopbo H. Thoinaa, tho "Rock of
Chlckamaurja," Ranks High on the
National Roll of Honor.
At Chlckamauga tho Confederacy
tnado a uuprcmo eCfort to recover
Bround lost at Vicltaburg and Gettys
burg. Tho Confederate plan was good,
ita army had. a nmall but tolling su
periority In numbors, Kb leadership
was excellent, Kb valor unquestioned,
and fortuno Bcpniod to smllo on Ita
Yot all It achieved -nraB a barren
victory, boujjht at a prico that would
havo boon high for a second Waterloo.
Numbers and fortuno and valor and
strategy broke helplessly against the
"Rock of Chlckamauga," and tho care
ful plans of Leo and Longstrcot were
.Viled by tho Iron stubborunesa of
George II. Thomas,
Tho roll of American heroes con
tains the namo of no man whoso pa
triotism .was stancher, and- of few
whoso genius was ililghar than that of
George II. Thomad,
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