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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1914)
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bids. Rids open: for thre'erveclcp
DRY GULCH DITCH CO.
Location of principal place of
business. Rfchland, Oregon,
NOTICEn There' are dellnuuoht
VRfin the followihtf described
'itoclc, on account of nasessmfint
ovicd on the 7th day of February
1A, the several amounts set op
posite the names of tho respec
tive sharo holders, as follows:
J. W. Barnes, Certificate nunr.
ber57, 25 shares, $25.00
And in accordance wjth law and
tho articles of incorperat on and
by-laws of Baid corpcnllioYi, nti
tftfafty shares of eaoli parcel of
ouch stock as may uo naccfflpary,
will bo sold at K, Guyor's resi
dence on tho 8th day of October,
19R at the hour of 3 o'clock.
P. M. to pay delinquent assess,
menta thereon, together with
the cost of advertising and ex
penses of tho sale.
H. GUYER, Secretary
42-17-ndv. Richland, Oregon
Opportunity For A Younger
'jfe btfy 6H ediango at less
than $5,0bfy tti M feaf value a
business Icstabliahod 18-Ycariv
rtrthw a1 profitable and rapfdJy irf
creas'tftf thtia th6' average daiTy
salt'3 from Jan, l6k tnfJuly, let
HM4bsi,g: better" than $100 dai
ly, mostly OA sYl. liusinet-s suit
able for man and wife,tor family
havi'nr chlldfdJlj Krtason for
selling old aire. Would taku part
in exchange' in clear impi'Cv
Eagle Valley farm or orchard
lands, price ot business fltock zv
cry thing included $7,500 or
would inclu-Jc other clear improv
ed artd urifinprovcd Baker prop
erty to !(he mbuht 6( UO.OOO;
$15,000 WOODror $2o',000.
Address,. BUSINESS this office.
First Street Near Washington
first cla Hotel at a modcr
ato prfee. Special Rates to Ba
ttle Und Vine Valley people.
, J. A ROGERS iiw
Mr. an J M,ro. J. B. Perry have
moved into thejr town house to
spend tho wintctfas the sawmill
ha been closed down for the
The best equipped Hotel in the
ALSO o.ne UPRIGHT BREWSTER
PIANO, GOOD A3 NEW
Mrs. S. D. JONES
Sunday School 10:00 a. m., E, E ,
tfo'man Bup'orin.tcndet. !
Vouching by tho pastor al 11:00 ;
Preaching by the pastor at 7:30
Prayer Meeting 70 p. m. Wed
ncs'luy 6yenirig' j
Choir Rehersal fhunday' at 8:C0
p. m.. Fred Cundiif leader. I
EVERYBODY WELCOME '
Frank Hopkins, pastor.
hy late Oregon the Go
Why h OREGON Picked for Alleged
Natio.nwid& Prohibition Fight
Why Have Eastern Millionaires Brought THIS
Agitation to THIS Pacific Coast State?
It is not generally known in Oregon that the proposed prohibition
amendment to the State Constitution is an issue framed by men who
have no personal interest in thi3 state. .
FOUR BIG DAYS'
FREE HAY AND STALL
RENT FOR ALL LIVESTOCK
IifMUWiril I i mil ii r i .jjbhmii ii wiw in jwhw tn w winra - llHiWMiwirnr
k f t f 1
Who the real politicians are who comprise
this group of men is kept a profound secret
from the pJOjJhi of Oregon. Their real
motive is likewise Jpt a secret. .All that
is made public is that thity re philanthro
pists, who arc bent on aacl.iy humanity.
Millions have been raised to accomplish
tilts philanthropic work of saving a..ntiorf,
but who these millionaire philanthropists
arc is not being told to the public.
Tliequcillun iiulum'.fy iwrt Qriso, therefore, In
the minds of Oregon voters:
Since -when have theie kind of ffttllioii?
worked for the uplift of reel humanitt7
Having brought nearly every necessity of husian fife
In thW nalion under Inelr monopolistic control, not
for ihe j;ood of humanlt', hu for the satisfaction of
their own greed, why are thjr iUr so clamorous, so
no'sy In their demands fOeSimllouwIde prohibition?
U U not the duty of every voter In Oregon firM :p
' atop." "look"nnd "llilen" for a xsomem aadtoOM
Jnrifeclf or Jiersolf:
Whv have Utio Eastern mllHonalre phllnnthro
putts" so suddenly titrnctt their spots? Why 10
anxiout for humanllu? Is there a "dollar
riuson" lurking behind the movement some
where? Why do they'not come to OrTon with a tltilform
inane? Why do they frame one iasu- for Washington
to catch voics lit that state and anplhr Issue In Ore
ron to catch voles here? Why db they not frame one
issue for all states? Why do they not put into tho
Oregon issue a provision against ttiolrihuiion ami
plcing atcau of liquor? Why do they o'nl? want the
manufacture and sale of alcoho'.ic beverage In
hibited here in Oregon? Are th?y tiuly working for
prohibition or even true temjcrait--c, or is there a
joker somewhere which they are asking Ihe good
people of Oregon to swallow In the s'Ji-e of a consti
tutional amendment? Why have tlioy included the
words "manufacture, sate, aMnti owoy and trans
portation from one point to-another" Irf the Califor
nia amendment nov being rigllated In that slate? Is It
because (hey know in advance that :Kuy will lose that
Male by at least 200,000 votes and ato resorting lo pol
itical trickery no common iclth millionaire philan
thropists in order that they may delude Ihe people in
either slates as to what they arc "fightiny for t.t Cal
ifornia?'1 Why do they not bring" that same Issue toOrcjon?
Why is it the' have framed a law for the
Washington voters on our North for this
fall which provides tnat a hilf yallon of
alcohol or a dozen bntilcs of beer may be
bought even two wc.elcj by an adult person?
This would permit Washington to stay
drunk all Hie time. Why do they claim
that that is temperance or prohibition?
Why do they not bring one of these three
issues to all three Pacifitf Coast Slates?
Why arc not all sister states made lo confront the
tame issue at the same timi? I it no; a national or
ganization with a tialiOnal fund of millions, with a
national programme to do nationwide good to hu
manity? Or, arc they really working for nationwide
Itmperanpe or prohibition, after all? Or is there
something coveted up I y these millionaire Easterners?
Is it some new scheme to uet ihe public to help them
lo mzke torn jviw lrfq'd of dollars?
Why L"" Ore;,, i bven selected as the focusing
point for .his ca-pr- gn ot KaMcra millionaires?
. Why shoulu it be the one ttate of all Pacific .
Ci'st states to have 5,000 men thrown, out oL ,
employment, l,bt,1 to'2,0jf0 more homes matte,
empty," 1.00 more s.. ores made wear.;, n .OOO,- "
030 hop industry cripj 'ed.iucomes reduced, real
ty values depressed, lazes made tremendously
higher and business unrcttled when the very
millionaire philanthropists who have franifd
the Oregon amendment have not proposed a
true temperance issue?
Many right minded men and vomon of Oregon, not
knowing all the foregoing facu and other facts to be
published In these columns from !ssue to issue, have
been swayed bv the lolticst of motives in supporting
the issue brought to them by these E-nslern millionaires,
'fhey have been made to feel that .hey were enlisting
In a national fight for temperance :md in too many
cases have bean blindly led into the support of a cause
which will not only injure true :emp.rance, bfit make
present admitted hard times in this '-'.ate twice nd
three times as hard ii the proposed statewide. prohibi
tion amendment Is adopted. Stagnation would lune
been created, yet any husbard, son, brother or falser
Would be able to transport liquor into and through
the state and to give it aica'j U the present splendid
home rule and local option laws are replaced by a
!l:i:e constitutional amendment and the control of the
liquor traffic is turned over to the state police author
ities. Even tnen, would tine temperancchavc been
secured at this fatal expense of stagnation?
What are these. Eastern millionaire philanthropists really
-.,.11.. .nrn'!nir ilv"ii ft tt ni nnihi nnd Oration or IS it some 11CW
something to make soms r.cw hind of dollars that is worrying: them?
X 1 NO
SURE CURE FOR THE
Watch This Paper F?r Tho Continued Truth About Prohibition
. rUi ArfvertUeaicnt-Tuycr. and Ya EuraC-t'f FortUnd. Oregon
As he NEWS gf es to press,
news comes of the death of Pete
Kippes a "respected citizen of
Eagle Valley- who .passed from
this earth on 1 Wednesday, Sept
ember 16. His was a life, the
passing of which cannot be
chronictled in this brief, space
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