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fePEND THAT $ AT HOME AND NOME WILL PROSPER
EAGLE v A LiLiE Y 1
VOLUME 2!, NO. 39
RICHLAND, OREGON; THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, L914
$1.50 a year
(v ti tM v? vs. i',-. am
.N XLi W O
Eagle's Cheese Factory
It Looks as if it Would
(The NlUWfr in its efforts to
ward getting- n chceso factory
cstalilishcd. in. Eagld. . Is acting,
to a groat extent, as the , dairy
mens emmissary, therefore each
week will advise what lias been
accomplished, . Herewith is a
letter from Jfyank VValllnglon,
that ja very ciieoitrag'lng.ED
1TOR.) Baker, Oregon, ugu'st 8, 1911
Mr. Wm. L. FiowVr,
Dear Sir: . '
Yours of August 4th received,
aiso copy oi Mr. jenspn s icuer
to you of rcccHt date.
t i - ii ...
Now at HI Ofllcc fn Halfway, Oregon
Watch fur announcement of Rich
ait iifatiia rtnct' rt acc
JULj VVUlvIl IHWJl VUIlklU
WOODSON L. PATTERSON
ATT'Y AT L AW
U. S. COMMISSIONER
H. MC ARTHUR B. A.
Phono two longs' oh all lines, day
RICHLAND" '.; OREGON
)fflco in"Govcr Building. Phono
Central dnytirop. nQno long ring
on any phono at night.
kEV. FRANK HOPKJNS
IDAHO STATE LIFE
Rev. Frank' Hopkins, Pastor
jo c iar ores ' tor anv services run-
UUIUU. Will KU l.u ivuuwuun;,
Joint fn reach, if myeei vices are
tICHLAND .'. OREGON
a t "iv .Ti ii 1 n n n u.,ar ni'n .
JS OTARY PUBLIC
Agent for LIVERPOOL, LONDON
IiiHurHiico Co, of North
' VBTNA INSURANCE Ou
A policy in oltltor irmmn liwurunci
Soon bo a Reality
We also received a letter from
Mr. Jenson ahout your valley,
and he seems very enthusiastic
ahout the dairy 8 possibilities
there. We cfcpcct td have a
man at Richland in a very, short
timo now, and 1 will try and get
over and talk the situation over
with you. Just at present do
not think it advisable to try and
call the farmers together)
Mr. Jenson seems to think by
making cheese both at Richland
and lfalfway we could got large
enough quantities together so we
could get refrigerator shipping
facilities from Robinotto, which
is really neccessary to get the
product on the market in first
Our plant there will make an
ideal factory and I feel safe in
saying, if the farmers will co-op
erate we wiil be making cheese
there within the next few
We appreciate the. interest you
it. i i
are taking in tins matter ana
can assure you of our hearty sup
port and co-operation. Thank
ing you, I remain,
Sincerely yours, t
Harvest Home Meeting Satur
afternoon about 5
o'clock Elvira Harville and Icey
Hewitt were united in Wedlock
by Frank Hopkins. Stella Tay
lor and Earnest Hewitt acted aS
witnesses, while the .guests pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs'. Hewitt
and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Seige.
Some anxipua moments were
spent in waiting for the license
which was to. arrive, on the stagp
that afternoon and asr.tne stage
didnol; arrive unty Tale some, an
xiety wad felt tlat the. license
would not arrive, however it
came safely in and the young
couple were made happy.
The newly weds expect to leave
in a few days for Washington
where they will spend their hon
eymoon, after which they ,will
return to Eagle Valley and'make
their home In ils beautiful and
quiet confines. They believelilco
many others that there is only
one place to live apd, that is in
"Famous Eagle Valley.'1
Jim Downing, Dick Dillard
and Chas. Ivellol' left Richland;
early Monday morning to bo pre
sent at tho Justice Court at Bale
or. It seems that tho first rej
port that Mrs. Kellor w as also
instigated was not true, as ohu
was not one of thoso to'mako tho
Downing W6'n by Decision in
JO Rounds 4
The best match of jts kind ev
er seen in Eagle was the Verdict
of most of the enthusiasts who
attended the boxing malch at
the Gymnasium Saturday njght.
It wns cer.tainly one: of the
hardest contested matches ever
seen Here, both of the principals
working with all the skill and
ring tactic3 they could master.
There was not a single knock
dv.vn n'or any time during the
match that both men were not
in good condition. Downing
had the best of the boxing how
ever and the referee, awarded
the match tb.hini on points after
ten of as skillful rounds a3 one
would want to See.
The5 preliminary bettyjeen lid
Corson and Walter Jones did nop
come off as Corson did not show
up until late and the mainmatcii
was then about ready to be ptflU
eJofT. ' -
M' Carroll and Jack Rpgei-a;are
scheduled to box ten rounds at
Cornucopia the fifteenth qf the
month and also at this time Kid
Bradford will be pitted Against
cne winner or ine uor3on-iiooa-fellow
match for" six rounds.
ATTENTION K. OF Pi
The Grand Chancellor, Frank
S. Grant with other members
will be here on Monday, August
31st to dedicate our Castle Hall.
There will be work in first and
second decree. Let us turn out
and do our part right. Tell
others that you meet.
Fraternally, Irvine Lodge. No.
86, K. of P. by W. G. Saunders,
D. G. 0.
Scmethjng entirely diiter$ht
are the pictures shown by Par
ker's Electric Biograph, Thurs
davs .at Richland. Fridays at
New-Bridge, they arc plain and
do not flicker. (Ad.)
Jim Downing' iwd Dick Diilard
returned from Bak-v yesterday.
A Harvest Home
held at the City Hall, Kictuana, Sat
urday afternoon at 2:00 p. m. Ev
eryone is urged to be preseat. A
special invitation is extended to fnvm
ers and merchants of New Bridge and
vecinity. . BE SURE ANI?f CpME. .
Oregon County Fair Dates
26 Cotfntids Holding Fairs This Year
Oregon State Fair, Salem Sept.
28 to Oct. 3.
Baker County, Baker, Sept, 14-19
Benton Cdunty, Cdrva!!i3, Sept.
1749. . -
C003 and Curry, Myrtle Point,
Clatsop Codnty, Gcarrieart, Sept.
Crook County; Prineville, Sept.
Clackamas Conilty, Canby, Sept.
East Clackamds, Estacada, Sept.
Douglas County. Roseburg, Sept.
Lane County, Eufine, Sept. 22-
Lincoln County Toledo) Sept. 22
Lin County! Scio, Sept. 23-25,
Multnomah County! Greshem
& VI Cerrietary
Cash on hand per lastrepoit.!rj).00
Cash received from Holman
' 'More cashnaybadly 'needfed if
rne sextan is Kepc ,ac w orK an
summpr as l.s.planned. . ftjake alj
remittances payable to Mrs. An
nie Haley, Treast. or hand dona:
tion td same. '
t ? m Z .
By a, deal, recently conpluded,
between .George Densley and
Mr. B'rooksl.G66rge bought one
band and leased another, a total
of 2,600, sheep, all ewes, added
to hisjtands. The band leased
was taken liver for three years.
This, makes in the neighborhood
of 4000 sheep that Geo. Densley
owns and controls, they being
split into three bands and a pieci
George also secured .Brooks bay
an&,thj&usQ.of corrals and pas
ture, he is-procting a large silo
for sfteep feeding purposes, this
meeting vyili he
MM . II
Morrow County, Heppner, F
Malheur Cdunty, Ontario, P
Polli County, Dallas, Sept.
Sherman Cdunty; Moro, Sep
Gilliam CoUiityj Condon, Oc;
nilamook . Cqunty, fillacr;
Sept. 15:18. " ;
Wasco County, Tils Dalle. '
Washington County, to
Grove, Sept. 23-25.
Vheeler County) Fossill, S"pt. .
-23. ' ' ' T ' ;
Union County, ilaGrrfnde Se .
Yamhill County, McMimille
Sept. 23-26. . ..
Klamath County Klamath r'ai;
Sept. 2-1-26. .
Cmatilla County, Pendleton, Se:
being anloncr 'twelve that ia
and are being erectStl this, ye
It is understood, that cloe i
$18,000 was involved in this deal
'"Motion pictures, tojmghu -a
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PASTRY LINE BAKED,
. TO- ORDER . .
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Livery arid Fggd. .
RICHLAND ROBINETT STAGI
LINE IN CONNECTION
atage leaves Richland H.uO it. jr
Arrives at Rubinutt 10:Q0 a.
Roturninu lcavs Rubineti l
arrives at Fkhlnud 3:S0
Gcou teams and tournfr'
pvortpt and first class sorvicc
every patron. Travolmer n-..
FRED COOPER, 'Pre
Baird & Comparii
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