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VOLUME 5, NO. 43
RICHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1917
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' PHYSICIAN AND
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HIGHLAND V OHI2G0N
M. M. BULL
DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY
Olllrn In Cover IltilMlij!
Wo aro pnipiirotl to do nny kind
of dental work in a' ftrnL
cIiihh numtior at tnodorato pricoH
MUTUAL- CREAMERY CO.
tream, Milk Ako Eggs
. R. M, Kirk, Hesident Manager
Irvine L6dg No. 86
Knights of Pythias
Moot ovory Friday "Wit nt tliclr
Onatlu Hall In Hlclilantl, Orou'on. Visit
Inii Ilrotliero mule wulcoino.
W. C. HAHJY, K. ot U A 8.
W. E. BAIRD
Coikot. Mill HlirOllda (il All -illO!
Alji In Block
Phono i Two shorts, Ono long
W. R. USHER
Notary Public J
Olllco, Soconil anil Wnlnut Kta. 5
Opposite) Christian Church Z
C. E, THORP
All kinds of legal blanks on hand
Your patronage' solicited
H. C. TIMMS
fnov located In Jila LjQf..ai, firp
nowup-to dutufltoro UdUWdy, Ul C
Up-to-Dalc Line of Jdwclry ttfSdcct From
Watch, Clock, Jewelry Repairing
Flftoon yonra Factory Kxporlonca
,JJ.oavo. repair work nt Hichlnnd Phnr
iM6yiid HiMoVlirboforwnrdod and ro
ttmid. Work guarnriteod satisfactory.
All pcrsonB entering the forests
must ho extremely careful at this
timo al'out lighting fires. This is
not the Fire Marshal warning of
the usual type. There is a very
urgent reason for this warning.
There is a very urgent reason for
this warning: the woods just norw
are filled with rigid instructions
to shoot public enemies caught
setting fire to the forests.
Therefore, it is doubly necess
ary to bo careful as military pa
(rols, while instructed to exercise
every precaution, might possibly
make a mistake.
These military patrols aro op
erating in every part of Oregon-
where there aro forests Their
location is not revealed for ob
vious reasons. They move from
place to placo niyl keep to cover
as much as possjble. Their task
is that of hunting down public
enemies who havo been firing the
Oregon forests, and they are un
der orders from the Western De
partment of the Army to deal
Instantly and vigorously with
such public enemies.
So if necessary for you, to go
to the woods; be careful about
lighting fires. As the hunting
season is closed indefinitely, no
doubt it would bbotter to keep
out of the woods unless you have
urgent business therein.
How to Send1 Money
Do you ever send money away?
Sometimes you do, and we want
I to tell you the best way to do it.
We refer to tho bank draft.
The bank J! now have dn almost
perfect system of Interchange of
checks and drafts and it is prac
tically impossible to loso funds
transferred by bank draft Tho
expense is trifling and our unex
celled facilities for making clear
ances enables us to send money
for yoii to any point on the face
of the earth, quickly and surely.
Wo invito you to come in and
learn tho details of this system,
lad) Eagle Valley State Bank
Sermons Will Treat on Two
"The Pastor and the Church"
will bo tho subject of the sermon
at the Methodist churdh next
Sunday morning, while "Tho
Church and tho Pastor" , will bo
the subject of tho evening ser
mon, uutsioo points win bo tinea
as follows: Sparta, E. E. Holman
at 11 o'clock; Now Bridge, Bro.
Johnson at 7:30 p. m.; Robinette,
tho prtstor at If p. m.r Pleasant
Rjdgo, Mrs McAr-thur at 3 p.m,;
Sunnyside, Guy Sharp at 3 p. m.
Arthur Thomas, P. C.
' Fresh minced ham, bananas,
6rangesti lemons, cookies and oth
or good things received ovory
other day at Saunders Bro's. ad
Tho meeting at tho town hojl
on Tuesday ovoning for tho pur
poso of organizing a volunteer
firo company, was attended by
only three of our citizens.
SUMPTER NEEDS HELP
An urgent appeal comes from
Sumpter forrolief, from $7,500 to
$10,000 will bo required to carry
the stricken community through
the winter. Clothing, bedding,
food and cash must be forthcom
ing at once to- prevent further
und more acute suffering.
Sumpter citizens have always
been liberal in contributing to
every good cause, and every com
munity in Baker county should
respond to the appeal at once.
Eagle Valley citizens are in a
position to help out in this cause
and we would like ttf see some
ono start a movement to gather
fruit, vegetables and cash to send
to our sister community.
Contributions may be sent to
the Citizens National Bank at
Baker or to the Sumpter Relief
Committee at Sumpter.
NeW Dairy Law.
That all may know the require
ments of tho dairy law which
recently wentinto effect, we give
"That from and after Sept 1,
1917, it shall be unlawful for apy
iperson; firm, company, corpor
ation or association, to sell or
offer or exnose for sale or ex
change,, for- human consumption
any milk from cows that have not
ipassed tb.o tuberculin test unless
such milk shall have been pas
teurized. It is understood and
hereby expressly stated that
nothing in this section shall apply
to the delivery of milk or Cream
to creameries, cheese or condens
ed milk factories by the producer
of such milk or cream, or in bulk
to the wholesale trade.''
Farmers making'Mairy butter"
or any other milk product and
selling same direct to consumers
comex under the purview of this
Section 8 of the act makes pro
visions as follows: "Milk from
any cow or cows whose owner or
lessee shall apply to the State
.Livestock Sanitary Board to have
'such cow or cows tuberculin tost
.led shall bo exempt from all of the
provisions of this act until such
timo as such cows ehall have been
tested." This application should
be made to Dr. W. II. Lytle,
State Veterinarian, Salem, Ore.
When it comes to being cruel,
mean, heartless, contemptible,
v''e' base to., otc. there is no
ne can bea tho ffreasers" as
shown in the Miss Libertv films
on Thursday nights, yet if Par
ker fallows his usual tactics of
stopping his machine and leaving
the poor girl in a dangerous posi
tion ho will have a. reputation for
downright meanness second only
to tho Moji.
Our Millinery Opening will take
place Sept 8th. We invito you
all to come in and pass upon it.
We think we have gathered to
gether a showing that would be a
credit to a .n(lch larger town.
Don't forcrot the date. Saturdav.
September 8th. -
ad E. & W. Chandler.
RAND REALTY CO.
Wm. J. Lachner, Eight Years Postmaster at Baker
Ed Rand, Eight Years Sheriff of Baker County
Phone 111 BAKER, OREGON
W. B. Ayer, Federal Food Com
missioner for Oregon, presents
the following plea:
The season of perishable fruits
and vegetables is upop us, . The
vatae of the war gardens planted
in response the preside! appeal
will depend upon thd effort made
now to preserve their products.
Can and dry everyiMnc not re
quired for immediate use; let
nothing go to waste. Foods pre
served for home use will release
other supplies for our soldiers at
the front, There will undoubt
edly be high prices and a scarcity
of many articles next winter.
Those who provide for the future
now will have little to worry
For recipes describing effective
and inexpensive methods ot can
ning, drying and pickling, write
the Oregon Agricultural College
or the Department of Agriculture
Donation: Mrs. E. N. Shoe
Deeds,: S. C. Shoemaker, $4;
D. W. Blackwell, $14; Mrs. Eliza
beth Cobb, $8.
At the Christian Church
O. F. Swander, State Secretary
Churches of Christ in Oregon,
will speak Sunday evening at our
The all-day outdoor services' last
Sunday .wore a success according
to thosd in attendance. The fel
lowship extended and enjoyed by
all present is the one thing that
will advance the cause of Christ,
and break down the tendency to
seperdtion so evident in this Val
ley. Wo wish to extend to one and
all a cordial welcome to our ser
vices. We believe" in a simple
gospel and unity of all believers
William E. Bean, Pastor,
A now lino of men's 1iats ard
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FREDERICK R WILSON'
Physician and Surgeon
Night 'phone, one long ring on
Day 'phone call central office.
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W. H. STRAYER
Attorney at Law
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