Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919, October 01, 1914, Image 1

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VOLUME 2, NO. 46
THRESHFR BROKE BR1D0I: CAND!
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The Ewing .Bro'a Ihivshor
went, 11 j rough Che old wooden
bri Igc nc'oi.! tha f rmsi' b;.l of
s. Powder River lust Friday, th
bridge hreakinr under them an
thty were making their way
across it. f ho machine was tyu
alUhlly danmed and no one was
hurt. This bridge has been ft
riulsancj forlorn 3 time and it Ins
been th-j intu ition of the county
for 80in Uni3 to rap.acj it with
a fill but owing to the general
supposition that the bridge was
still solid this was not dene. The
?jounty will likely allow the dam
ago without suit.
PROFESSIONAL
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DENTIST
Nowat Ills Odlcc In Halfway, Oregon
Watch for announcement of Rich,
land Dates.
ALL WORK FIKST CLASS
WOODSON Lt PATTERSON
ATT'Y AT LAW"
U.S. COMMISSIONER
BAKER OREGON
MC ARTHUR B,A.
PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
hone two longs on all lines, day
or night.
JHCHLAND V OREGON
N. SANDERS
Physician and
Surgeon
Office In Cover HuildinK. I'liono
Control daytime. Ono long ring
on uny phono ut night.
ttlCHLAND OREGON
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-REV. FRANK HOPKIN
Pastor of Methodist Church in
Richland, and local repro?enta
tivoof tho Iiiaho State Life
Insurance Co. Am always
ready to minister to your nneds
Will go anywhere at any time
day or night, rain or shine, hot
or cold, when I am called Will
go to Robinettc. Spartn, Now
Bridge or anywhero my ser
vices are needed. No charge
for services rendered.
WM. Tj. FLOWER .
NOTARY PUBLIC
Agont for LIVERPOOL, LONDON
B mid GLOBE
PENNSYLVANIA
AMKKICAN CENTRAL
InHuranco Co. of North
Amorlca
ETNA INSURANCE Co.
A policy In olthor mmun liwurancu.
1 'n.BWS Officii
Richland, A Oregon
DAIS ARE BUSY
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CIIAS. J. SMITH
Democratic Candidato for Gover
nor Representatives of C. J. Smith
Democratic nominee for Govern
or were in the valley Wednesday
distributing Placards.
Price Anderson Democratic
nomineo for Sheriff is in the val
ley. Bill llanley Candidate for U.
S. Senator on the Progressive
ticket was a Richland viisitor
Tuesday. With him was Jerry
Rusk, acting as campaign mana
ger. A. A. Smith Candidate for
State Representative on the
Democratic Ticket was in Eagle
on Wednesday in the interest of
his campaign. Mr. Smith has
tho appearanc of everything the
democrats hoped he would bo.
and is believed will receive a
good many votes from this part
of the county. His motto is: -
Application of Common Sense
Ptincipals to enactment of law.
He has a late start in th6 race,
and it is r.o more than fair to giye
him an equal chance, which a
great many believe he already
has. -
. Attorney W.. H. Strayer of
Baker was in -Richland this week
in the interest of his candacy for
the office of State Senator. . , Mr.
Strayer is well and-favorably
known in this comm mity and he
will no dpubt get a strong sup!
pert in Eagi.e. MiC Strayer an
nounces that the long, pending
water suit over tho Sparta ditcji
has been settled and 'that with
out any costs as well as to the
advantage o the people of Eagle.
v Miv Strayer-.is a,, man well
known in Eigle, having first es
tablished the local paper. Tho
present city charter of Richland
is his handiwork as was tho old
ono showing that Richland found
no fault with him. In his record
as q. resident, of Eagle Valley,
Mr. Straver m'ovod himself to be
strictly on tho square At tho
present time ho has with most
people tho reputation of being
tho most honest attornoy in Bak
er, A.,B. Combo, rop, candidate
for Co, Olork, was hero today.,
RICHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY,
ONCERT ENJOYED
E. V. Band as Usual is Good
Entertainer
: The E. V7, Band Concert was
an oventtha't'as.greatly enjoy
ed b.v tjie farge audience that as
sembled to' e'e'e the boy go
througi) their stunts. The crowd
was aiso:very quiet and attentive
applauding heartily, but not in a
noisy, boisterous Way. The band
played a very diversified pro
gram of usical numbers consis
fng of two-sieps, waltzes, over
tures and serenades, and was re
peatedly remarked after the per
formance that the band was ne
ver heard to better advantage,
especially was this manifest in
the bass (section, of the band,
which was taxed to the limit, as
the program called for many dif
ficult basis interptations of Jmany
solos, but the bass responded to
tho occasion and the audience
was highly pleased as a bass sec
tion has never been heard before
in such difficult work. The
whole band played splendidly
and showed marked improve
ment and for this they owe the
training of Prof. Parker who has
brought them up to so higiTu
state of efficicieney.,
The moving pictures were ex
cellent and were' a highly enjoy
ed par of th,o program.. The
two sketches' were extremely
fui.ny and convulsed, the house
with laughter, showing that the
band was not only musical but
good entertainers as well in the
acting Jino. . .
Taken all in all, it was. a sue
cqfisful a'ffair and the band boys
wish to extend their thanks to
the audience for their attendance
and their attention and invite
them tp ymie again at the next
band show which wil) ba given
at u not far distant date.
It has i?e0n. suggested and will
very probably bejlone, that the
band repeat the performance of
Saturday nfoht, on the 10th, for
the benefit of the cometary,. In
this case the whole program with
the exception of the sketches
would be new. TheJtfEWS will
speak more fully of this next
week
Mrs. Mary Long has sold her
place just above Richland the
price obtained being $5500. John
Shafer was tho buyer;
Owing to troubles on ihe rail
road Saturday, the train was an
hour and a half lato getting into
Robinotte and the stage did not
reach Richland until six o'cIock.
Work is rapidly progressing on
tho pipe lino on Main street ana
is expected that it will be com
pleter within the next sixty days.
A sad accident happened last
week when Mrs.. Molhck's little
daughter fell and broke her arm.
lt Is ronorted that U wasfrs be
ing u slight break and .vill likely
niondpiJidly.
OCTOBER J 1914
THOMPSON - JACKSON
MiS3 Josephine Thompso'n of
Richland and Mr. John Edwar
Jackson of Haines were united
in marriage at the residence of
the bride's mother, Mrs. Emma
Thompson, last Sunday atlhOO p.
m., the Rev. Frank Hopkins offi
ciating. It was a splendid home
wedding, only a few invited
guests were present, besides the
immediate friends and rdletive3.
The bride was born and reared
in Eagle Valley , and is well
known here, and if a young lady
of the highest qualities and char
acter. The bride groom is in
business in Haines where he re
sides, and has a beautiful home
prepared for his bride there,
where they will reside in the fu
ture. They returned to Haines
.Wednesday. Miss Ora Jackson,
a sister of the bridegroom accom
panied her brother from Haines
and was one of the guests at the
:wedding. Miss Jackson and
'Mrs. Geo. Hall, the latter a cous-
n and a life long: friend of the
bride, acted as witnesses. At
6;00 p. m. a sumptious wedding
dinner was served to the delight
of all prcsont.
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; A sui prise party was given in
honor of Mrs. Roy Masterson's
.birthday on Friday evening tbe
25th. A crood time was had. by
1all present and a dainty luncheon
was served, to the guests. While
most of the guests were married
people and therefore to Ire con
sidered more sedate, they never
the less played games in true
youthful manner and had what
everyone considered a jolly good
time.
Mrs. Kate LandO President of
the Rebekah Assembly of Ore
gon, expects to pay an official vis
it October, 4th' to Myrtle Rebe
kah Lodge No. 79. All Rebekah
members are requested to be pre
sent that evening at 8:00 p. m.
,
After Oct., 1st 1914 we will
not give-any more Tickets, but
all tickets out will he redeemed
as they are brought in. Howev
er we will continue to give 5 ner
cent tii jcount for. cash on all pur
chases over $1. excepting in ma
chinery Hne3 Saunders Bros
(Adv.)
Registration Books are now
6pen at the NEWS office mid will
remain so until October. 17th, all
those who have not. registered
should do so at once as it is a du
ty they owe to their slate and to
themsehes, to vote. Books will
be open at tho post office, the
NEWS office and justice of the
Peace Clark's place.
Come ih and look over our alu
minum ware, dont think our pri
ces are agents prices you buy
from us much cheaper, every ar
ticle guaranteed for 20 years, E.
& W. Chandler (Adv.)
. REGISTER NOW.
$1.50 A YEAR
iOFPRAYMDAY
In rVdienc to tha President's
Proclamation, we desire to make
next Sunday a day of prayer in ;
our church in, Richland, at which-'
time our petitions will be sent up
to Almighty God relative to the
war in Europe. Sunday morn-4 .
ing will especially be dedicated -to
that proposition, and it will,
not be neglected in the evening
service; - , . J.
We invite a 1 christians of ev-;
ery order, and all other; wjio be-'
lteve in prayer, to meet with us,
especially ( at 11:00 a. m at"
which tine. we shall pray for a
speedy close of the war, and last
ing peace may be established." ,
Frank Hopkins
Pastor of the Methodist 'Church
In accordance with the; Presi
dents Proclamation, the Christ-'
ian Church will hold an hour of
prayer Sunday A. M. Services
will be jed by Proffessor Parker.
PARKER'S MOVIES Saturday.
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I FRESH BRPA4
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ANYTHING IN THE
PASTRY LINE BAKED
TO ORDER
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stage leaves Richland 8rW 5?.;
f iloturffing Ictvcs Uofc'iiPtt 1-30,
arrives at RicbiauJ 3:S0 p. m
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T G-.od tcsrrs and tournouis,
promr-v and Hrst class service to '
r?ery patron. Traveling men's
. patronage solicited
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