Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919, August 30, 1917, Image 1

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VOLUME 5, NO. 42
RICHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1917
$1.50 A YEAR
I H. MC ARTHUR B. A.
PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
Phono two longs on nil lines, day
or night
HIGHLAND V OREGON
M. Vf. BTJJX
DOCTOR OF DENT SURGERY
Olllco In Hover Uiilltllnit
RICHLAND, OltKGON
Wo nro proparod to do any kind
of dental work in a flrnt
oIiihb mannor at moderate prico
SATIHKACTIO.V GtMllANTKlIU
MUTUAL CREAMERY CO.
UUYKKS or
Cream, Milk m Eggs
K. M. Kirk, Renident Manager
RICHLAND . - . OREGON
Irvine Lodge No. 86
Knights of Pythias
' ' Meet uvurjr I'rfdny tiljlit at hilr
Onstlo llnlliii Klohlumt, Or.-.-on, 'Visit
die Ilrotlwrn iiir.tlc wpicoimi,
l.y.mattiihwsjO. a
W. I. II ALKY. lv. of II- ft. "i A
J?-yii
W. E. BAIRD
FUNKKAI. DIRECTOR
LICENSED EMI1AI.MER
Ciket mill Hluoudt nl All 'Iron
RICHLAND. ORKUON
riiono: Two uliortn, Ono lone
W. R. USHER j
Notary Public
Conveyancer
6
V
Olllco, Second titnl Walnut Stn.
3 Opposite Chrlstlun Cliiurli
I
G. E. THORP
Notary Public
All kinds of legal blanks on hand
Your patronage solicited
EC. TIMMS
JEWELER
Mv located In lila Uofita nro
nowup-todiitoatoro ridllWay, Ul C
Up-to-Datc Line of Jewelry to Select From
.Watch, Clock, Jewelry Repairing
Flltoon yearn Factory" Kxpoilonco
Lcnvo ropnlr work n't Richland I'lmr
ntaoy and wujio will bofonynrdod nnd ro
tuViiviT, Work guaranteed, aa'trafdotory,
The list given bolow shows the
order in which the men of the
given precincts will bo en' led to
appear in Baker for examination
by number Ohio Simonis hav
ing the largest number will bo
the last man called.
Richland, E. V. No. 1
81 Harbor, A L
1324
588
52G
810
848
141
739
-179
1G83
1585
1081
291
503
1120
939
1407
288
19
1287
1052
723
G81
81G
M29
llfld
Harrowa, Carl A onlisted
Dennett, M A
Dennett. Otis h
Ilinhoimer, Win A
Illalock, Itolit L
Bradford, Ira W
Ihittorllold, N
Buxton, .k-Hflo unlisted
Hyruo, Halpli L
Campboll, I toy A
Cartialian, Carl C .
Chamhorlain, L onliHtod
Chandler, E E
Chitndlor, Lloyd ,
Cooir, Henry
CoojMir, Marico ,
Cooper, W B
Corson, 0 A
DiivIh, K.inrfan C,
Docker, Clatido II
Donaloy, Jno W
Dorriek, L A
Diiim, .loan A
Dro.it, 0 A 0
Embroy, Cliiis M
1299
Engum,,Era.
-Evans," Gljtfstor J-
1218 I'Jvnna, G WJr ' '
1787 Evans, Jos II
21(5 HvaiiH. L D
407 Karloy, Win E
120G Klynn, Jno A
1122 Korsoa, D G
437 Gibson, Gene E onlisted
1297 Gilkieon, J W
41G Gordon, Goo W
G27 Gordon, RoSeoo A
57G Gordon, Win W
117 Qovor, Dainol V
1G2G Govor, Fred L
725 Govor, V 0
1380 Govor, W Lovoll
215 G ra von, Everett
1GG8 Gjavon, Jno T
lli Guyor, Goo U
997 Guyor, Ralph
313, Hammond, J M
942 JJarvill, Jas 15
835 Huwitt, Icy
1800 Ihnvitt, Willio
405 Jloluoinb. G N
. G53 llolooinb, Lynn
1110 llowull, Orla J
1G0 Jackson, Hugh
137 Jacobs, Ira
115 Jonoa, Walter B
1078 Kollor, II C
708 Loaoh, W It
779 Long, U E
1534 MoOrnw, Win W
1015 Mack, Richard C
511 Makin, Jiih C onlisted
915 Malono, Mark A
11G1 Martin, Sam'l E
1713 Mastodon, Earl G
G84 MaatorHon, F F
794 Mastoraon, Ray
1138 MatthowB, T It
1578 Moiu-.TIiohII
1467 Morrison, II E
1377 Morrison Win H O
1307 Murphy, Clins O
128G Pattorson, J W
(Continued on last" page)
RICHLAND JAS A BLAZE
Afire of mysterious origin yes
terday noon destroyed the barn
on the Gcorgo Evans property in
Richland, and for k time threat
ened the barn and garage of Eli
Chandler's. Only for lhe prompt
response to the fire alarm and the
heroic work of volunteers, the re
sult would have been far more
disasterous. Had there been any
wind the loss would have reached
many thousands instead of a few
hundreds of dollars.
The Evans' house-has been va
cant for some time but John
Graven had a lot of things stored
in the barn and says there has
been evidence of children using
the place for a play house, so it
is presumed the fire might have
been started by small boys.
WliMe the antiquated hand
pump answered the purpose on
this occasion, the micd of adequate
lire protection was most forcibly
brought to the attention of our
citizens and a . meeting of the
town council was held last even
ing and immediate steps will bo
takon to'secure a right of way
for a pipe liae.
All able bodied men of Richland
nnd vicinity are requested to be
at the town hall next Tuesday
niuht for Iho ptiiiptijreof organiz-
i , . , J k, t 1
ing.a.voluntcer he company: H
The Bank and the Church
'1 here are many advantages de
rived from a bank account, but
here is one we wonder if you have
ever thought of: It helps thecom
munity in which you live.
A community without a church
and a- bank doesn't amount to
much. The absence of the one
indicates poor morals, and the
absence of the other indicates
poor mortals. Everybody owes it
to the community to patronize
these two institutions. By help
ing them you help yourself. In
nr ler to help support the church
you must have funds and by sup
porting the bank you are sure to
have the funds. Tho ability of
both to help the community de
pends upon the loyalty of all.
ad) Eagle Valley State Bank
$5.00 Reward
Ralph Guyer was in townjMon
day and tied the mare he rode
back of Jones' blacksmith shop.
When ready to start home late in
the evening, Ralph found tho
animal gone and was unable to
locate it until Tuesday morning
when it was found at the Denslev
corral, nil covered with sweat and
showing all evidences of having
been hard ridden. The mnro be
longs to George Guyer, who will
pay a reward of S5 for tho nnma
of tho party who took the animal
Monday night. Every man in
the community should bo on the
.watch for the guilty party, for
a person who would thus take an
animal and abuse it Would not
hesitate on eommiting a greater
crime.
Plans have been perfected for
tho erection of a new Christian
church building in Richland. Tho
structure will cost around $4,500
When . completed.
insure!
Your
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RAND REALTY CO.
Wm. J. Lachner, Eight Years Postmaster at Baker
Ed Rand, Eight Years Sneriff of Baker County
Phone 111 BAKER, OREGON
I FIRST 10 LEAVE
Railway congestion and incom
plete cantonment camps caused
many changes in the mobilization
plans. Only five per cent of the
first draft will be called Sept 5;
40 per cent will go on Sept. 19,
40 per cent on Oct. 3, and the
remaining 15 per cent soon after.
The first five per cent of the
tUlUUrV a MUUIU W Lilt: UIU1L Will
Mlo men:
Geo'ge Long, Murphy, Idaho
Milton R. Jrhnson,
Mark A. Houston, Robinette,
Ernest J.A. E.ickson, Weath
erby, The first two named were auto
matically drafted by their failure
to appear for examination in an
swer to the notice mailed by the
exemption board. Of the man
Long we know nothing, but Mil
ton R. Johnson was a member of
the National Stock Co. that was
touring this section in June. If
located these two men will be
subject to a heavy penalty. Thus
it appears that the two latter
named men will be the first to
leave from Baker county.
. A notice has been sent to the
men to be in readiness to report
at Baker within 21 hours notice,
ind they are placed under mili
tary authority. Should any man
fail to appear on the date for en
trainment, probably Sept. 5, he
will be classed as a deserter and
will bo punished accordingly.
Several appeals from the de
cision of the local board on claims
for exemption or discharge have
been filed with the district board
at La Grande, and should any of
them be granted it will of coursq
niake a difference in the list of
those going in the first draft.
Tho heads of actually depen
dent families will not have to go
in tho first draft, is the latest re
port from Washington.
Ladies, wo invito you to come
in and look over our new dress
goods and silk waistings. We are
sure they will meet with your ap
proval. Wo want you to see
them, so don't fail to call.
a,d) E. & W. Chandler.'
HOMES
BARNS
HAT and
GRAIN
WITH -
FREDERICK R WILSON
Physician and Surgeon . '
Richland; :-: Oregon
Night 'phone, one long ring on
all lines. -
Day 'phone call central office.
gers
-Baker's Populars-Hotel -r
NEW . MODERN CLEAN
Under Direct Supervision
of The Owner
POPULAR PRICES'
Special Kates to Permanent Guests
American
0. H. FONG AND BROTHER, Props.
Cleanest and Most Up-to-Datev
Restaurant in Eastern Oregon
WE CONTRACT BANQUETS
Telophono No. 237
1827 First St. BAKER, OREGON
I T. J. REDDICK 1
BARBER
Richland
p.
Oregon
AGENT FOR THE
PURITAN TAILORS
OF CHICAGO
If you are thinking of get
ting a good new Suit come
in and see the new samples.
Perfect fit guaranteed. '
C. T. GOD WEST
ATTORNEY
Sommsr Bldg. Brtkor, Oregon
W. H. STRAYER
Attorney at Law
Fourth Floor Sommers Building
Baker, Oregon