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Josephine Ayt'ca apent Suiuluy
Klour $11 per bnrrol at Snun
dors Hi'o". ad
Chat). Harbor lias spid hig auto
to "Hob" Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. li. SnundeiH
woru at the comity Boat tho first
of thu wook.
Arnold LaKranco and Hurt
Marlatt were visitors from Hob
OvorHhoci, rubber boots and all
liindu of cold weather footwear
at Saundera Hro'8. ad
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mcl'artland
welcomed a line baby girl in their
family last Thursday, October
Mrs. E. .1. Lambert and son,
lirnie, of Portland, havo arrived
for a visit "with their son and
Does your barn or shedh need a
new roor? Put "Certainteod"
roofiiur on them, we are agents,
stock on hand now. Hnley's.-ad
J. II. Simonis came in from
Durkcu last Thursday evening
and will remain here several days
at the homo of his mother, Mrs.
M. J. Simonis.
l'usture for sale or will pasture
gtock that is not breechy; also
wish to buy 20 or 25 calves or one
year old steers. G. W. Martin,
Frances 13. Willard Day will bo
observed by an appropriate pro
gram at tho Kichland schools on
tomorrow (Knday) afternoon.
Tho public is cordially invited to
Heaters We have just receiv
ed !J5 heaters, ranging in price
from $15.25 up. If you are in need
of ' one, como in and look them
over and we will do tho rest.
ad 10. & W. Chandler.
Sheep thieves have again com
menced their operations in tho
Valley. Eight head were taken
from Dr. McArthur's band one
night last week. If tho thief or
thieves are caught a "neck-tie"
party will bo in order.
W. G. Saundors received abet
ter from Walter G. Gleeson in
which is stated: '"Good Friend
John Chapman delivered the
apples and poaches in spicndid
shape. They wore deeply appre
ciated by both the Grand Chan
cellor and myself. After all it is
these little tokens that make life
the most pleasant."
Mrs. Bob Masterson will enter
tain tho Ladies Aid Society of tho
Christian church at her homo on
tomorrow (Friday) afternoon. All
members are urgently requested
to bo present as ths will bo a
business as well as a social meet
ing. We also welcome those who
are not members to all our meet
ings. Mrs. Winter Wright, Pres.
About $G00 has now been sub
scribed in ttukor county to the
support, of the Pacific Coast Hes
cuo Mission an-1 Protective Soci
ety, $300 in this city and thosamo
amount in tho outsido districts,
according to tho announcement
of F. E. A. Smith, the represent
ative of the society, who assisted
by Wesloy Saunders of Uiehland,
has been making a canvass for
funds hero, Bakor Domocrat.
Richland Pool Room
Allan Binheimer, Prop.
POOL AND BILLIARDS
Soft Drinks of All Kinds, Cigars,
Como in and spend your idle time
We'll treat you right
Go to Sparta Saturday.
Hoscoo Leo has purchased John
F. J. Gibbon of Pine Valley, !
was a visitor this week.
We buy Poultry of all kinds.
Arnold LaFranco, Rol-inctte. nd
Big free Halloween party at K.
P. hall npxt Wednesday night.
Throe ladies made happy with
our washing machines, so fur this
month. Who will be the next.
Tho races at Halfway last week
wero exciting and attracted a
largo crowd from various parts
of the county.
Harry Ilerr is now located at
Bingham Canyon, Utah, where
ho. is local manager for a largo
Hcuters and Ranges have two
extra good bargains in ranges at
present. Come in at once if you
need one. Saunders Bro's. ad
Wo aro informed that A. B.
Kelly of Sparta, who has been
located at Prescott, Wash., for
some months past, has enlisted in
'L'ho Liberty films aro gaining
in interest at each show, last
Thursday night's program ex
celling any ever shown in Rich
land. A monster crowd will at
tend tonight to see how Liberty
and Pedro manage to escape from
the "poison pool."
Cfards were distributed through
the schools this week to practi
cally every family in the commun
ity, asking the housewifo to
pledge herself to the conservation
of food by the elimination of all
waste possible. Next week every
homo will bo visited by a special
Committee with tho intention of
getting each housewife thorough
ly interested in this movement.
Last week's Pine Valley Herald
says: "Tho record made by tho
Halfway water system is an ex
cellent one. A system which will
pay interest on $20,000 in a littlo
town within two years after it is
installed is doing all that can be
expected, Two more years will
doubtless see it paying a little on
tho principal, and by the time the
bonds aro due, 20 years, the rev
enue may havo been sufficient to
pay them all."
Interest in Revival Growing
In spito of tho busy season' tho
crowds and interest at the revival
meeting at tho Methodist church
are growing. Dr. Cartor is per
haps tho strongest preacher that
has over come to Eaglo Valley.'
His sermons aro well arranged
and deeply spiritual. Those who
havo heard him once find it difli-j
cult to stay away from tho ser
vices. Dr. Carter will be here
anothor week; como and hear him.
Arthur Thomas, Pastor.
Don't miss tho movies tonight.
Trapping season opens Nov. L
W. M. Givcns wai in Baker
Nice juicy oranges 40c a dozen
Ewing Bros, aro threshing in
the Sparta district.
G. T. Perry of Baker is visiting
his children in this vicinity.
Dr. McArthur has purchased
200 head of registered ewes.
Corn meal, graham and whole
wheat crackers, etc., at Saunders
Messrs, Richard and Willie Kir
by aro in Kansas' City with cattle
18 dairy cows for sale at right
price. Inquire of J. W. Campr
HAUL FROM ROBIN ETTE
High Patent Flour per barrel $11.
Arnold LaFrance. adCO
Mi. and Mrs. Duncan Fraser
and children spentl the week end
in Richland, returning to Baker
S. H. Desch is again in charge
of the Richland Meat Market
having bought out John Graven
These long evenings require
more light; see our gasoline lamps
and lanterns; you will like them.
The grand jury is in session and
it is likely some arrests will be
made for killing cattle on the
Daly Creek range.
Make use of that extra room
U is winter, put a Perfection oil
heater in it and keep it cozy; new
models just in at Raley's. ad
Bear in mind that a Liberty
Loan Bond is gilt-e'dgo negotiable
paper. You can borrow from SO
to 90 per cent on its face value.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ellis Jiave
relumed from their honeymoon
trip and are spending soveral
days at the homo of Mrs. Ellis'
mother, Mrs. Mattie Gover.
For Sale One DeLaval Cream
Separator No. 15. used but little
and as good as new; also a num
ber of thrifty Duroc Jersey gilts
soon to farrow. B. F. Keist,
Sparta, Oregon. ad50
Mrs. L. W. James, who for
years had the Richland Academy
(a private high school) in this
place, is now teaching the high
school at King's Valley, Benton
county, Oregon. She reports her
now place to bo very much what
Eaylo Valley was twenty years
Irvine Lodge No. 80, Knights
of Pythias, will entertain Knights
from tho various lodges of Baker
county at a banquet this evening,
after which degrees will ho con
ferred on candidates by tho vis
itors. A big crowd and a grand
time is anticipated. On tomorrow
evening tho delegation and sev
eral of tho local Knights will go
to Halfway on a similar mission.
On next Wednesday evening,
October 31st. the Christian En
deavor society of tho Christian
church will give a Halloween
party at tho K. of P. hall to which
the public is cordially invited.
Everything will be weird and
ghostly and tho program, games
and refreshments will bo of such
naturo that chills will creep up
your spinal column. No admission
or charges of any kind, so let all
who can bo pres'ent,
Fathers and Mothers!
If you believe that YOUR SON, your NEIGH
BOR'S SON the million fighting SONS OF
AMERICA should have an even chance for life
in this world war, and would be sure that he gets
it-go to the Eagle Valley State Bank and
Buy a Liberty Bond Today
Don't put it off
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
MAKE US PROVE IT
u Raley's Cash Store B
In order to reduce our stock in a'short time we offer at prices,
unobtainable elsewhere, all of our entire line of
Shoes, Underwear, Dry Goods,
Fall and Winter Goods,
Mens' Furnishings, :
Woolen Goods, Etc., Etc. "7
For 30 Days Only!:
All goods first class and of good quality
and will be sold at less than present wholesale prices ' -
A Snecial Sale with
Old Prices Reduced
Your opportunity to secure Genuine Bargains in seasonable
goods. A sale you cannot afford to miss. It will pay you to
come many miles to attend as all goods will be sold in same
proportion. Come and outfit the family at a big saving.
If you doubt our statements
Come and see for yourself
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