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Straight, Truthful Direct
C. E. Thorp
Entered 'ns second class matter Dec. 12! 1912 at the post odico at
Richland Oregon, under act of March 3. 1S79.
Member Oregon State
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RICHLAND. ORE., THURSDAY. AUG. 30, 1917. Vol. 5, No. -12
You Are Invited.
The congregation of the Chris
tian church will hold an all day
service next Sunday, Sept. 2nd.
in the grove at the old Kir by
place on Little Eagle Creek.
Open air Sunday School and
preaching at the usual morning
hour and a big community dinner
at 1 o'clock. In the afternoon a
line program will be rendered,
including talks by out-of-town
All will meet the church at 9
o'cIock, where autos will be pro
vided to take you to the grove.
Come early with the family and
stay all day, whether a member
of this or any other church or no
church at all. We will make you
feel the true spirit of Christian
fellowship that we teach.
Wm. E. Bean.
Take our advice, buy coffee now;
prices will advance. Golden Gate
is best quality for the price.
The following item appeared in
last Sunday's Oregon Statesman
of Salem: "Second Lieutenant
O. W. James, who has been visit
inc for the nast week with his
parents Dr. and Mrs. R. B. James!
of 112 State St., will leave today
for AniPrican Lake, where he will
be on duty at Camp Lewis. Lieu
tenant James will be kno.vn to
many in Salem as the teacher of
manual training for the last three
years in the junior high school
and the state boys training school.
He is a graduate of O. A. C."
At the Methodist Church
Dear members of the church:
By your help we were able to
make ours the banner church of
the entire conference last year.
By your cooperation we can keep
it so in the future. May not the
pastor expect each member to do
his part toward makingthe chur ch
a real factor in the highest de
velopment of the community life?
Bishop Lambuth will spend a
week here soon and you are asked
to help make his stay pleasant
and profitable. Begin the con
ference year right by attending
all services. Next Sunday the
pastor will preach both morning
and evening. Afternoon services
at 2:30 as follows; Rev. Johnson
at Robinette, Miss Shern at Pleas
ant Ridge, Elmer Holman at Sun
nyside, Resell Mitchell at Sparta
and the pastor at New Bridge.
Everybody is invited to the ev
ening service, especially.
Arthur Thomas, New Pastor.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo.
l.uru County, ts.
Frar.I; J. Cheney make onth tht
la senior partner or tho Ann of K. J.
Cheney A Co.. !i;.g buine in tho City
of Toledo. County and State aforvsalj,
anil that said firm will nay tho sum o!
O.N'B Hl'XDRKD IXH.I.ARS for each
and every otuo of Catarrh that cannot be
cured b the ust ? HALL'S CATAIIRII
MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and mibaertbed In
ray presence, thl 6th day of Itorember,
A. D. 1SS. A. W. GI.KASON.
(Seal) Notary I'ubllc.
Hall's Catarrh Medlrlne Is taken In
ternally and arts through th Wood on
the Mucous Surfaces ct the system. Send
for teallmonUla. free.
F. J. PHKSKY CO.. Toledo. O.
Bold by all riruteirlata. T5c.
Hall's Pami!) rills fur constipation.
JOGflL AND OTHERWISE
Ed Ritch was in Pine Valley
the first of the week.
Fred Cundiff was over
Haines lu3t Friday.
Don't miss the auction sale atjTp. 10, Ii. 44. Address Q. Gossi,
New Bridge Saturday.
Mrs. Julia To.ley of Baker,
visiting here with relatives.
Chas. Howell marketed two
cars of beef at Portland last week
Fay Conrad and Guy Derrick j
have enlisted in Uncle Sam's ser
vice. Mrs. T. J. Reddick and son
Herbert leave today for a visit
18 dairy cows for sale at right
price, inquire oi d. . Lamp
Sheriff Anderson and District
Attorney Levins were in town
Sunday and Monday.
H. F. Pace of Enterprise was
interviewing old acquaintances
in the Valley last week.
Ed Wallace has purchased a
new Chevrolet auto through the
agency of August Schmidt.
John Fraser and Miss Mary,
accompanied by Miss Margarette
Sass. went to Baker last eveninir.
,, , , ,.
George Gordon dropped in yes-!
terday and renewed his sub, and )
also listed his town property with j
, . i , J
us :or quicK saie,
Ask your neighbor if she has
tried "Parrot" polish for alumi-
-num ware? Many have.
cans at Raley's. ad
County School Superintendent
Elmetta Bailey ha? issued certi
ficates to the following ladies of
Eagle Valley, as a result of the
examinations held in June:
Miss Gladys L. Brooks, who
will teach at New Bridge;
Mrs. Ethel C. Brown, who will
teach in Richland;
Miss Harriet T. Sharp, who will
teach the Daly Creek school near
the Seigel ranch,,
I wish to dispose of all my
properly and offer the follow- (
ing at most reasonable prices:
1 hviiii mnrn, Otitic) 11 n rA
one with colt.
1 2-yr-old colt:
2 beef cows;
2 yearling heifers;
1 spring-tooth harrow;
1 iron harrow;
1 one-horse cultivator;
1 lister: 1 plow; 1 hay rack;
1 set harness; 1 work bench:
Carpenter tools:, shovels, forks
and other miscellaneous articles.
1 dining table and (5 chairs
8 rocking chairs,
5 kitchen (hairs
'1 stand tables 1 writing desk
1 new washing u achine
2 Axtninster rugs
2 bedsteads and springs
b'0-gallon hot water tank
Come look them over at my
place above New Bridge.
Mrs. T. A. COBB
Will also quote an attractive
price on the ranch.
. FOR SALE CHEAP
j 1G0 acres timber land in Sec. 9,
i Gopperfield, Ore., or W. C. Perry,
The George Gordon property
south of town, consisting of Two
Lots, each 50x125 feet; good 5
room house with bath room and
pantry; good barn and other out
buildings. Priced for immediate
sale at 1100. See me at once.
The T.A. Cobb ranch near New
Bridge; 27a all under ditch, young
orchard plenty small fruit, 10a
alfalfa, fine (5-room house with
dutch kitchen and bath room.
Price $5000. Good terms.
Further particulars on request.
C.E. Thorp, Richl'nd
Homo Ground Comm.ni.
Clfnntii Hie old coffco (.Tinder or l)iiy
II0W oll(. all(1 nd your own com.
meal for Kriddiecukcs, imiuinn and
l,Tfmtl lt '" not """ "nwI T'1?
of cormnrml nlono uso soino wlicut
(lour with It. Since homo ground corn,
meal do oh not keep long It Ih bettor to
buy wliolu corn by the biiHhid ami grind
for meal uh nucded. New York Sun.
Not an Economist.
"Aru you iinullelng food economy'"
"I tried It out. but It didn't work."
"Wlmt wim the trouble?"
".My hiiMliaud Dimply refuned to eat
the cold fried fgg that was loft over
from the day before." Detroit Free
"Pop, tell nie ono tblutf."
"What Ih It. mm't"
"Ih the line that alilim mtvti to cross
on tho noa where they ham: tho oceua'a
wash'"-- Itailliiii re Amori'iiu.
The hunting season for deer
has been closed until some heavy
rains make less, danger from fire
in thp timber,
SELF-SEALING MASON FRUIT JARS
Quarts - - $1.00 per dozen
Half gallons - $1.20 per dozen
STOCK SALT -
BARBED WIRE, 80-Rod Spool, $5.00
GASOLINE - - 30c per gallon cash
r i i mi" "hi
Our price on FLOUR is Right
THE RICHLAND HOTEL
Now under the management of
.... MRS. W. E. BARBER.. ..
who has been connected with t In hhiiio hotel nuvorul times and
who fully uiidorotaiulB the need of thu travelling publiu.
This hotel is famed throughout the country for its
Genuine Home Cooking and Good Service
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.,
E. E. Holman, superintendent,
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Epworth League at G:30.
Prayer meeting every Wodnes
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
.Choir practice at 7:110 Thursday
The Woman's Missionary So
ciety meets the third Thursday
afternoon of ench month.
The Board of Stewards holds
its regular meeting Tuesday eve
ning after the first Sunday of
Everybody coriially invited to
attend all. of the services of the
A. ThomuB, Pastor
Our services until later notice
will be as follows:
Bible School at 10:00 a, m,
Communion and preaching, 11:00.
Christian Endeavor, 7:00 p. m.
Preaching at 8:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
evening at 8:00.
Ladies Aid Friday afternoon.
You are cordially invited.
William E. Bean,
Friends of the Nowb who havo
occasion to publish legal adver
tisements in settlement of estates
or other probate matters or in
cases in the district court will do
this paper a favor by directing
their attorney or tho county of
ficial having such matters in
charge to have such publication
made in Thej Eajdp Valley News.
21e per pound
50c for 50-lb sack
95c for 100-lb sack
Wh.r. trained .pflalut. with mod.rn lab
or Mn (Mil kirqul r.iuij. cn.nl tint In'
Mtoctum l.tillnc l rullrtiAlo ilrgivM In tht
AOHICUI.TUItC, with 15 iUp.rlm.nliJ
COMMI'.r.Ci:, rith 4 ilrptilnrntt.
CKaiNECKlNO. -Illi n .l-p.tlmrnl.. In
cluilmit Cull, i:lectrlcl lluhy. ImluilrUI
Arli. mention. nl Mrlanirl Knf Itittrlng;
rOUUHTUV, including Wgtng KnKlnf
HOME i:COOMICH, will, 4 inor lopttl
mrnli, Including Irnliilii In Hid l'lutllo
MINIHO, with thrtxi iUirlmnnlt, InoluJ.
Init riirmlcal KiiKlnt'crlujc; .
THE BCIIOOL Or MUfllO, offer. In. true
linn In the prlnrlp.l di-prtmctit of ucal
ml In.lrumtnUl niu.lr.
THE MILITAUY DErAItTSinNT, cnrollMl
10N.S fuclrli In 1010 17, nd won reenliimn
dulluii for O, A. (J. frnm Hi. Wrtlrrn lrpM
mnit nl tin V. B. Vr Ilrp.r lincril ni una of
tho fifteen "(tlitlnKUliilird lliitltulli.ru" of
hliihrr IttrnlnR All rmlria will b furnMiril
fomplrto uniform. ,jp Ihn V. H (InTrrninrnt
and tho Junior and nvnlor radrtu, niinillrd In
I tin It O. T. O., will ho tlui-n riimmutalluii fin
uh.lttoneo, ot wall all tr.n.portatlon nui
iuhiUtimru at tho ill wi-rliV Hummrr cainp
KEOlSTnATIOH EEOIHS OCTOUKIl 8.
1017- Infortntlon on rcrjucu. Adilroit,
Kuslitrar, Oiejou Agricultural C(jII,
If you want
Come in and let me show yoil
a contract mat will meet
witli your approval
C. E. THORP