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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View This Issue
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E. & W. Chandler (PllbliC AUCtiOIl!
Different Store at NEW BRIDGE on
Our Winter Stock of MONDAY, NOV. 5th
S "Comfort Goods" Beginning Promptly at One o'clock
I Is Complete ; ; ; -
9 Having disposed of my home and expecting to leave bagle
B Underwear, we have scperatc garments and union suits, Valley, I will offer the following at auction
p"ced from 75c uP Qne Span n0YSQSf age 9 and 11, weight 1200 pounds
sweaters from $i.75 up One fine 2-yr-old Durham Heifer, will bring calf in short time
5 ; One Section Iron Harrow One Wheelbarrow
i sport sets from $i.25 up - One set Hack Harness One set Work Harness
Tokes from 45c up One set Single Harness Six Collars
One pair Logging Tongs One pair Stretchers
E Mackinaws from $5.00 up One Top Buggy One Cider Mill, new
1 T" 7T " 1 O nPvr A O-,- This is on the Sam Saunders' place and parlies intcr-
Stag Shirts from $4.00 up J. 1 ORS iliaiia Oay cstcd should inspect same before sale
wool Gloves and Mittens I Three Commodes Two Iron Bedsteads
I 1 Two Iron Bed Springs One Cupboard
Blanket and comforb I Miscellaneous Articles of All Kinds
U Our line of Heaters from $3.25 to $23.50 1
Richland Opera House
Every Thursday Night
New Bridge on Friday nights
One of the most thrilling plays
ever written for moving pictures
Don't Fail to Come
Admission only 15c
to give approved note drawing S per cent interest. 5 per cent off l .ash.
Remember the date and be on hand early as
everything offered must be sold.
c-E Ser Jo A. JELLLSON, Owner
DO YOU MEAN TO
TELL ME THAT IS
THE OLD GENUINE
LS. AND ITb
A Sailor Writes.
San Diego, Calif., Oct. 21, '17.
Dear Friand: I am now at
San Diego but expect to move
again before Xmas. I have at
tended K. of P. Lodge here sev
eral times; they have a magnifi
cent hall and a big membership
and the Lodge certainly does their
part to help entertain the sailors
and soldiers by giving a dance or
social every week for us boys.
Remember me to all the boys
and tell them that I will be back
when we get through with Kaiser
Bill, but not until then.
101st Co. Marine Barricks,
San Diego, Calif.
IS dairy cows for sale at right
price. Inquire of J. W. Camp
Christmas Mail for Soldiers
With the approach of the holi
day season, special attention is
being given to the delivery of
Christmas mail to enlisted men
serving abroad. Arrangements
have been perfected by the Navy,
War and Post Office departments
whereby Christmas mail to the
American expeditionary forces in
Europe and to the crews of U. S.
naval vessels serving in European
waters will be delivered by Christ
mas morning. This mail must bo
posted not later than Nov. 15th
and each package must bear con
spicuously the words "Christmas
Mail" and must be so packed and
wrapped so as to admit of easy
inspection by the postmaster for
no package will be dispatched to
Europe which has not the post
master's certificate that it con
tains no prohibited articles.
OF OUR PATENT AW-PHOOF POUCH
GRAVELY PLUG TODACCO
MADE GTRICTLV FOR ITS CHEWING QUALITY
WOULD NOT KECP FRECH IN THIS SECTION,
NOW THE PATENT POUCH KEEPS IT
FRESH AND CLEAN AND GOOD.
A LITTLE CHEV OF GRAVELY IS ENOUGH
AND LASTS LONGER THAN A DIG CHEW
OF ORDINARY PLUG.
tfXI.QrmrclyJbthxeceCo. (Umut.VA. "WW"'0
A. h BELIEVE BILLY L, , fa
POSTER. THAT cf " "'
NEW POUCH IS
I'll Get Your Bondsmen.
We have accepted the local
agency of the National Surety
Company of New York, one of
the leading bonding companies of
the world. This appointment
permits us, with the authority of
U. S. Government ratings, to
write single bonds up to $809,000
this being the largest which can
bo executad by any one company
in the United States.
We solicit tho patronage of the
people of this section, guarantee
ing to all prompt and satisfactory
service, no matter how large or
how small your needs may be.
C, E. Thorp. 1
Bulletin on Irrigating Grain.
Tho U. S. department of Agri
culture has just issued a new
Farmers' Bulletin No. 8G3 entitled
"Irrigation of Grain" which will
be of interest to Eastern Oregon
farmers. A copy may be obtain
ed by dropping a line to Hon. N.
J. Sinnott, Koom 242 House of
Representatives, Washington, D.
C. Send tor a copy.
Hereafter the rate of postage
on letters will three cents' per
ounce or fraction thereof, instead
of two cents as heretofore. Drop
letters for city or rural delivery
will bo two cents per ounco. All
post cards will also1 bo two cents,
Concerning tho Olio of tho Earth.
In tho American MitKnzIno John
Urnnlicnr, tho fninouu astronomer and
"Moot foII;n conaldor this old world
n pretty IjIb place, but If you tossed u
cubo ono seven thousandth of an Inch
In dliiniotor Into Lolso Erlo it would oc
cupy tho mnno relatlvo npneo In Unit
Brent Inland Hon tint our earth occu
pies lu a unlvcrso tennlnntlnj; at tha
nearest star, Alpha Contnurin, and ex
tending n similar distance from our huh
In nil directions. Such n unlvcrso con
000,000,000,000,000 (tlf tcon thousand sir
hundred and twenty-flvo undocllllon)
mlloH, but It la only an Infinitesimal dot
In tho actual universe."
"Onrlylo wa a Kroat thlnltor. ToU
can't tun! to n hIiikIo puo vlthout
nndlutf wofno B"'n of tlwiiRht Here,
for Inslanco, ho ways that thero Irf
itronnth In cliccrfullicss."
"Bo thero Ut In choeso." Hxchnmfe.