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VOLUME 3, NO. ()
RICHLAND, OREGQN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, JL914
$1.50 A YEAR
W, HL STRAYER
Attorney at Law
fourth Floor Sonmers Building
U. S, Commissioner
Halfway, - Oregon
A. A. SMITH
ATTY AT LAW
HAND BLD'G - PAKEIi
A. H. Williams
Now at his office in Richland
and will remain here
until February 15
UJOODSON L. PATTERSON
ATTY AT LAW
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Central daytime. One long rliijr
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!EV. FRANK HOPKINS
'astor of Methodist Church in
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Kvoof tho Idaho State Life
isuranco Co. Am always
lady to minister to your needs
till go any whf.-ro at any time
y or night, ram or shine, hot
cold, when I am called Will
to llobinetlo, Sparta, New
idge or anywhere my sei-
vies are needed, sso cnargo
ft services rendered.
Up-taifatc Line of Jewelry lo Select From
Watt), Clock, Jewelry Repairing
V'mioix yearn Factory Experience
Lcntii repair work at Riolilc ' ''linr
limry u same will baforwHrueil u
twhiei- Work uariitcHl HutUfwel
THE BAND CONCERT.
Those who failed 10 attend the
concert on Saturday ovening,jiv
cn by the Eagle Valley Cornet
ftand missed the treat of the sea
son. The boys wereJI at their
l)pst and every number was
greeted with applause.
The band opened the. entertain
ment by playing a cake walk.
Ihon gave a march and two Blep.
Miss Either Saunders and C. J.
Tubbs wero next on the program
with a violin and piano duot,
which waa rendered with great
delight lo nil tl)o audience.
A skotch entitled "Dent's!
OIHcc Boy" was then put on by
A!, en Wright, Chas. barber and
plarence Haley. Each of the
boys did oxceedimrly well and !
we are sure that their efforts
were appreciated by all.
After a quickstep by the bano
Messru. Will, Walter and Fred
saunairs, ana u. J. tudos sang
"Down By The Old Mill Stream"
in a very pleasing and satisfac
Tlrs was followed by a mono
logue by Henry Cooper, that sure
was a cracker-jack. Then a
sketch entitled "Mickey Free"
was uiven by Messrs. Walter
and Will Saunders and Francis
llerr. This was comical in ihe
extreme and was acted with a
vim that brought out the comedy
to the best advantage.
A waltz and two step by the
band completed the program.
The floor was then cleared and a
dance announced,, at which a
number of couples enjoyed them
selves until midnight.
Considering the fact that the
boys have had but little time to
practice since announcing the en
tertainment, the program was
exceedingly good, and we are
sure that if they give another in
the near future the people will
greet them with a larger audi
ence. A neat sum was realized,
but not enough to free them
from debt entirely.
Sunny Slope Wilis.
The Halfway Basket Ball team
composed of Messrs. Holland
HUff, Earl Holley, "Duteh"
Hahs, S. Parker and Mr. Potter,
played with the Sunnyside team
at the gymnasium last Saturday
night. The .game was interest
ing from start to finish and quite
a crowd was present. The score
was 40 to 17 in favor of Sunny
side. Notice to Subscribers of Eagle
The semi-annual office rent for
the first half of 1915 was due
Dpmmber 1st. It is urgently re
quested that all call and pay up
before JaqUary ist.
ad) Eagle Telephone Co.
"MotheVs" mush is becoming"
rt household word, havo you tried
it' A new shipment just in
ad) SftUndai'i Bro'il.
18. SULLIVAN INJURED
An accident that camp very
near resulting fatally, occuredon
tlic road running south from
town lust Saturday alternpn.
Mrs. E. E, Sullivan, accoTnpanr
ied by her two children, Donald
and Jessie and Ivie Masterson,
were going homo from town and
when near Gio, Gordon's place!
the horse became frightened at
load of pipe which was standing
near the road, and run away
Swerving to one side, the buggy
collided with a telephone post,
throwing the occupant out.
Mrs. Sullivan struck tjffc post
. ith her leshoufrier, l.reaking
the shoulder blade, fntcturjng
vwo rjba and was- thervyise
bruise J, (f-'
She was immediately takt?n; in
to the Gordon home and mimical
nid summoned, and later removed
.o her own home, where she.' is
now resting as well as could be
Ivie Masterson was rendered
"jnconscious for several minutes,
but beyond a number of scratches
and bruises, the children were
- The buggy qnd harness were
Oyster SupperWatch Party.
An oyster supper will bt given
by the Pythian SiBtiirs aft thcrl
J. hall on Npw Years eve. A
.vatch party will also be held at
A'hich three watches will be fetv- jxcellent work, but informed us
.Midway one to the most popu, that politics are hampering th
lar lady, one to the most popular! vffprt3 0f tho wardens ihrough
niss and one to tho homljest per-! qut the state and that unless they
on of mfsculine gonder, Don't are eliminated the fullest good
fail to be in attendance, for there from the organization cannot be
will be lots of fun.
Word was received last Friday
of the death of Airs. E. Samis, a
former- resident of Eagle Valley,
at the home of her daughter at
Lakeport, California. Mrs. Wm.
Williams, another daughter, was
on her way from Richland to her!
mother's bedside, when death
Tho four children of Mrs. Davis,
mention of which was madfi in
thede columns last week, havo
bean takdn to Portland and placed
in the care of the Boys and Girls
You can sell all your hides and
pelts, either dried or green, at
Morris' Meat Market. Bring
them in. Jad
Mrs. J. N. Carroll underwent a
surgical operation last Saturday,
and is getting along nicely.
Oyster supper and watch party
at the K. P. Hall, December 81.
At my residence in
tho Brooks' house, one
block north at P. 0.
Mrs, Mary Kirk
COMING TO THE FRONT
Through tho efforts of Prof. J.
Lewis Jphnson, principal of the
Eagle Valley High School, the
board have authorized the pur
chase of about $175 worth of ap
paratus for "conducting experi
mentsand demonstrating theories
in the physics department. This
places the school on an equal foot
ing, if not ahead, of any school
of like sizn in the state, in being
able to teaph th:s studv in a man- j
i.er that will make itinteresling ;
underslanf'able and convincing. ;
The apparatus, while, not a3 ex-i
tensive as some, is first class a
very respect, and thanks ar&
Jrie the board for their interest
in the welfare of the students.
Prof. J. Lewis Johnson is
evidently the right man in the
right place, and although he has
only-been here a short time, has
done a great dea) to advance the
school work, and Eagle Valley is
o be congratulated in securing
Game Warden Makes Visit.
W. E, Leffel, deputy state
game warden of LaGrande, was
a visitor in Richland, Saturday
and Suncjay, having been notified
that parties were trapping in
violation of the law in this vicin
ity. Hctiv.as,unable to'get any
conclusive evidence so went on, to
Halfway. 'Mr. Leffel is an en
thusiastic sportsman and is doinu
obtained. After the first of the
year Deputy I. B. Hazeltine, of
Canyon City, will move to Baker
md look after Baker and Union
:ountle, and Mr. Leffel wjll have
In a lttter from the Qreffn
3elgjan Relief Committee at
Portland, acknowledging tho re
ceipt of a draft for $13.63, sent
from here last week. Samuel
Hill, the chairman, states: "I
wish to thank your committee for
the prompt and effective way in
which you have handled tho mat
ter. Kindly express the thanks
and appreciation of this commit
tee for the prompt response to
this worthy appeal"'
Among the Richland visitors
Saturday evening in attendance
at the basket ball game and the
band concert and dance were the
following from Halfway: Misses
Wilson, Irwin, Holley and Edith
i Irwin, and Messrs. Carl Pbttor
and Sailor Thomas.
l$o sure that your "New
Years" dinner table is set with
"Community" silver, our line 'is
complete. Saunders Bro'8. (ad
Your ChriBtmas presents have
a'l been boughMwhy not pay up
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
To all my patrons in Eagle
Valley, and may I merit your
patrpnagp in the future.
H. I ELSKAMP
BAKER, - .OREGON
Corner Main andCenten, ;
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Livery and Feed I
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Arrives at Robinct "0;t
.Qturning leaves R.'uPtt 1:30, ?
arrives ct llh'Wju4 Z'J&Q p. n '
Good teams and tournoutu,
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