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VOLUME 2, NO. 31
RICHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 1 8 1914
$1.50 A YEAR
be a Children's
at the Melhodial
church Sunday evening begin
ninu at 8:00 oclock. The Sunday
Schools of the Chriutain and the
Methodist church have united in
this program, which will be all
the more complete and interest
iug on that account. The public
is invited. TJie following, pro
gram will be rendered?
iwwi!n!. ly Hi jiifjij0"!
1'rayor, l 1" p"r.
I'rnyiT H'Jond, lv tho pi;lru.
KceitiUiou, "VtttoMMM, l.y jtoyco
Boleotlort, Uv h choir.
"A Wnitth ol Raies". V ovn iir,M'
Recitation, by Mlnnlo Wrlybt nnd
Solo, by Haintom McArthur,
ICccltntlon. by Winona Saunders,
I'rancw H.'T, untl Hdvrard A'ltn
Prill, 4 Utvlu How lluil."
Kueifilion. by .MUdml jirpjyn.
Itraltntion, by Kttiol Wrlgh
PolectiMi, by tbuCboJr.
Kxcrdt, bv Ibu prlinurlea.
Dilll, by tbo .Innlora,
The ofWrlnu, by lx
bontr, "l-ovhij, and Ulrin", ' lu
Itvcltiiiion. bv Kunlco Bron
Font', by Itacbut ttutuu.
Hectlntli, by ltutjt MpDovu
Trio, bv tlirno lrU.
Itvdtatlnn. bv iLonicy Bar.
l!ini..lt(!ttrtn. ' ' ' ' 'ti-m
iK.cfP, Lodge Incorporates
Articles of incorporation were
drawn up last week for the incor
ation of the local K. of P. Lodge
This is an other stop in advance
foy this progressive and rapidly
jawing order. The new hall is
MWUllJf 1 J w4-
the principal thing lacking now
being paint which will be applied
tn large quantities. The Irvine
Lodgo of the K. of P's. is among
the best of the order in the state
and deserves great credit for
what they have accomplished.
Vank Clarke, the hustling gro
cer and confectionary man of
Richland has under contempla
tion the addition of large display
windows in front of his store.
As soon m the windows arrive
they will bo installed, also in tho
cream parlor a row of booths will
be arranged with table and com
fortable floats for two.
SIX FER-CENT FARM AND
CITY LOANS may be obtained
to repay mortgages, remove on
comberances, i.archases or im
prove; vcalestatc, f roll one to ten
years' time, special privileges;
correspondence invited. A. (J,
General Ancncy, 707 Gas and
Electric Dblg,, Denver, ColoraUo
or 440 Phelan Bldg., SanFran-
BEST GAME OF I
Great Pitchers Battle, Results
in two to ohq JSagle
Eauloitcs-2 Pine Knotsi
Sunday afternoon witnessed
the greatest exhibition of fa?t
base ball ever pulled ofi" pn the
local diamond. From start to fin
ish it was a pitchers battle be
tween Shoridan, Eagle's star
twirler and Olson the snappy
30UthpawJ.f the visitor?, both
men being on there mettle and
I nitchinpr shutout ball from the
start to the finish and if anyone
should ask'you there was some
support behind both pitchers,
while to bo sure there were er
rors jna 'e, they were made where
they did not hurt except in two
instances, the first being when
Pims made their lonely talley qn
a bad throw and the other one
being when Sheridan romped
home with the winning run on an
overthrow at hpme by Olson.
Aside from this the game was air
tight, each team boinj? on their
mettle and nlayini? the gamp for
all there was in it.
Steight made a few
dies in the field.
Olson was touched up for four
safeties, all being submitted for
approved by Cecil Saunders, the
third sackor of the Eagelite3
white Sheridan was only safely
hif nnnn thla beinir a third base
IM V " .J
binlo by Irwin, second sacker
for the Pine Knots.
The line-up of the Eagleitos
was changed considerably, G.
Evans. Ft. Staight; and D. Saun
ders ofricinting in the places of
Reddick, Gray and Connall.
Conrad Steelman openea on tlie
mound for the Eagleitos hut re
tired in favor of Sheridar after
pitching about a half an inning,
;Shendan faced the odds of hav
ing three men on bases when ho
took charge of tho mound but
succeeded in retiring tho side in
RE AT ROBINETTE
A fire .which ooeurrod at Room
ette last Saturday night about
eleven oclock completply destroy
ed the building occupied as a res
taurant and inflicted considerable
damage on the property of Mr.
Keller which is occupied as a. gen
eral Merchantile store. By stren
uous efforts on the papt of the
residents, who kept four or five
garden hose plied on the blaze
they succeeded in preventing the
spread of the blaze. Whether
any insurance was carried on the
restaurant property is not known
one two, three Qrder, allowing no
one to cross the plate. Pine har
three new men in, their line-up.
Chancer made seme star p ays
Chandler is credited with be
. . . . . . t
mg tne uest mneider on the
Eagleite team : pd there is no
doubt about him deserving that
honor. If the tall lad keeps - on
he will some day make league
Cecil Saunders is playing the
game in great form this year 'as
is manifested by the fact thatjhe
secured four, safe bingles ofTof
one pf the hardest pitchers
the Panhandls supports.
George Evans hit the pill con
tinually but try as he would -was
unable to get to first, one of3
Olsons greatest traits is "his
habit of keeping the hits well,
scattered and mostly on tne m-i
field. a V
Bennett will bave lo- change
his tactics every time lie goes tq
bat tho fieldirs make a hot foot
lor Kicniand and soow.neres on
the way succeeded. in grabbing
out of the air,' hits fliat.would be
good for three basest
A happy improvement hi the
local team is their new way of,
talking up the game. - Nothing
helps as much in a game as for
the team to continually kefep
talking in an encouraging man
ner, it breaks the strain on tight
strung nerves and keeps all of
the boys encouraged.
Ray IrvinvJt?inc. Knot second
sacker, was o(i, the job Sunday
(continued on page i) : "
Revivalist Have Very Sue-
cessful Profitable Revivial
Tho great revival meeting,
under the leadership of the
Hamilton Brothers, evangelist,
closed Sunday evening in the
midgt pf the greatest revival up
heave) ever witnssed. in Eagle
Valley, according to the testi
mony of persons who h,ave lived
here for twenty five or thirty
years. The crowd that gather
ed at thp cfturrh. Sunday night
to witeness the closing service,
was by far the largest one ever
gathered to a religious service in
this community, although the
crowds had been large all the
way through, Not only was the
church auditorium proper filled
to overflowing, but the Sunday
school and League rooms were
thrown onen and every seat
taken. Chairs were then secur
ed and all the seating room tak
?n. and yet the crowd surged for
an trance. .Unable to find ac
comidattons v on'the inside, sev
eral persons hung ab,out the
Joors and windows tq see and.
hear. Near the close of the ser
vices 22 persons were finally re-
IMOODSON L. PATTERSON
ATT'Y AT L AW
U. S. COMMISSIONER
BAKER - - OREGOK
MC ARTHUR B
Phone two longs on all lines, day
RICHLAND ' OREGON
Office in Gover Building. Phone
Central daytime. One lonff ring
on any phone at night.
j)EV. FRANK HOPKINS
" PASTOR METHODIST
.IDAHO STATE LIFE
"WM. 1. FL.OWJBK.
Agent for LIVERPOOL, LONDON
' and GLOBE
. AMERICAN CENTRAL '
Insurance Co. of North
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A policy in uithon means Insurance.
rWhland, , , . Oregon
WEI&Efi IS COMING
Two games pf baseball are
scheduled for Saturday af ternoorj
and Sunday afternoon between
VVeiser and theEagleites. Steps,,
are being taken to make this the
best baseball attraction of the
season, Al! business houses will
be asked to clqse fpr two hours
Saturday afternoon for the game
in order to allow everybody to
go out and enjoy themselves.
Arrapgmepts will be made to ac-:
commida the grpa.t crowd expec
ted tp tpe tyo games and seats
will be furnished to all.
Weiser has a strong aggrega-:
tion and the local boys will have
to go some to take their measure
however wjth Sherjdan in the box,
they expect to make Weiser know
that Eagle has some teamPine
refused to takethe Saturday game.,
so Eagle rose to the situation r
true sport like mariner and decid
ed to play the tv;o games here.
The Weiser teaip will arrive Sat
urday and return. Monday. Sa
urday nigljt; a big social dance will
be held tp help pay expenses and
everybody is asked to turn cir
and help the team,
Tp those who are wonderin
where'the funds so far. takehliv?
i J j. . .'.it ..frfi'-'
nave went, tne ZQUOWing'-jcaDlj;,
of expenses .and. bills is submits:
tan ' t.w.
Social and Dapce
Last game withvPine
New Baseball goods
Tranportation of teams '
Meals for Visitors
Total V 91
f Livery and Feed
RICHLAND ROBINETT STAGE
LINE IN CONNECTION
Stage leaves Richland 8:00 a. m,
Arrives at Robinett 10:00 a. m.
Returning leaves Robinett 1:30,
arrives at Richland 3:30 p. m
Good teams and tournouts,
prompt and first class service to
every patron. Traveling men's
FRED COOPER, Prop
Richlana .-. Oregon
All Bietl Caekots and 1 1 road 1
carried in b tock at all time M
lUOWLA.VD and EULIWAYm