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1U0 06 VV. VllclIJLUJLCUL
TI Different Store
Coo! Weather Goods
Nice soft wool and cotton Blankets and Comforts
Wool and Cotton Underwear; the nice, soft, fleecy kind
Mackinaws and Sweaters
Mcn'i Woolen Shirts
WHY, THAT WAS
OLD HICKORY WAS
ACOUr HIS TODACCO
Fall and Winter Millinery in Large Variety
Wool and Mixed Dress Goods
Silk Waistings and Suitings
(Ppntlpmpn Let us save you money on
JdillCllldi. your winter suit and overcoat-.
Wc can do it.
CE LE D R AT ED
OF OUR PATENT AIR-PROOF POUCH
GRAVELY PLUG TOBACCO
MAOC BTPICTLY K09 ITS CMtWING QUALITY
WOULD NOT KEUP FRESH IN THIS SECT ION.
HOWTHE PATENT POUCH KCKPB IT
FRESH AND CLCAN AND COOD.
ALITTLC CHCW OF ORAVELV ID HNOUOri
AND LACTS LONOER THAN A UIO CHEW
an rt. i,i,Aft n,,,rV. ",r.wo
BEFORE 13ILLY POSTER
GETS THROUGH, A LOT OF
OTHER PEOPLE WILL D2
GETTING PARTICULAR TOO
Richland IVseat IVlarket
JOHN GRAVEN, Prop.
Fresh and Salt Meats of All Kinds
Fresh Fish and Ranch Butter
Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Pelts at all times
Camp Custer, Mich.. Oct. 13. '17.
Dear Friend: You will notice
I have been transferred; I'm now
attached to the new National
- Army, 8oth Division. Was trans
ferred near the first of Septem
ber; happened to be one ot the
"Non Corns" picked out of the
Regulars and sent up here to drill
the selected men at this canton
We Regulars had a poor opinion
of the drafted men until we were
sent here, but we have changed
our minds and have the greatest
faith in them. For my part I think
it is a great organization and one
that will make the kaiser change
his mind about the American
Army for we are sure going to
whip the Germans or never re
turn home, for that is sure the
spirit of the boys who wear the
khaki. In other words, as our
forefathers said: "Give us liberty
or give us death."
Well, I suppose everyone in
Eagle Valley is buying a Liberty
Bond. The boys of Battery C,
329th F. A., to which I belong,
have taken out over $2000, and
there are only about eighty of us
While this is not as good as some
of the others have done, I think
it'sKows the rjrotfer spirit, itook
. , 'f- ,
! a $200 bond on the monthly pay
ment plan; $5 per month on each
150; that leaves me $1G per month
for spending money out of my
This is a fine country and the
people are certainly friendly to
the soldiers. How is the weather
there? It is getting pretty cold
here. We were on guard last
nifiht and sure had a fierce night
but the boys were all on the job.
We boys that enlisted together
in the pig ul Arti erv. thinkinir
we would be kept together, are
pretty well scattered now. Clate
Makin, Jiill Wright and Gene Gib
son are still in the 11th F. A.,
Jess Buxton was transferred to
the Gth F. A. which sailed for
France in July, and I'm here.
haven't heard from Jess since he
Have made many new friends
but still remember thd old ones
in Eagle Valley and hope to see
them again. With regards to all.'
As ever your friend,
Corporal C. A. Barrows,
Batt. C, 329th Field Artillery,
Camp Custer, Mich.
Richland Opera House
Every Thursday Night
New Bridge on Friday nights
One of the most thrilling plays
. ever written for moving pictures
Don't Fail to Come
hission only 15c
Don't put off buying your win
ter clothing. We have nice fleecy
undergarments, sweaters, mack
inaws, wool and fleeced hosiery,-
tokes and caps. Come in and give
us the once overj we can satisfy
ad) E. & W. Chandler.
Buy a Liberty Bond.
A Letter From Sparla ,
Sparta. Ore., Oct. 21. 1917
Editor News: With all the cry
for economy and good roads, I
can s"o no reason why it would
not be to great advantage from
all points of view, to build the
nronosi'd po3t road from Bakei
to Cornucopia over practically
the present route. Una would
not only save thousands of dollars
in construction cost but would
also accommodate morn people,
and if built correctly could be
kept open lor travel every uay in
the year. Sparta section is in
creasing in population; in a few
years will be one of the leading
farming communities in the coun
ty, and I believe that if the ppst
road is built it should pass through
Thanking you, Mr. Editor, for
thi3 space, I remain,
A Loyal Spartan.
Missionary Society Report
Thr W, f-T. M. S. nr. fc Thursday
last at the hnme of Mrs. Ilerr. A
special feature of the program
was a paper given uy miss uai
ston, advising us how we could
be patriots in the use of food at
home. Thitf wad interesting and
Erofi table and much appreciated
y all. Miss Ralston has agreed
to crivfi im rfitrnlhr heln. This af
ternoon at the School house wo
will discuss theplanning of our
meals so as to provide the needed
nnurinhmnnf: with the best con
servation of foods needed by our
NOTION OK HKAKIXU.
DupHrtmont of tlm Jiiturlor.
UllilLMl MtlltfM Unri Olllco.
Cctober 18t!i, 1017.
Hurinl No. Ol7 '
Contoit No. 1110
NOTICIS I hereby iMven Unit thu Com.
lulhujoiUT n( tliu (ioiiernl Lund Officii, by
llin letter of Oct. li'lh, 1017, ha"nall(mc l
tho application of AhiriiicnH C. Loui.t.
of Keating, Oregon, far a hearing tmle
tcrinlnti Ilio mineral or iionininonil cliar
ucturof tlm Nli4 NV4 and W M','4
Sec. Hi, T. 10!-., It. II IS.. W. M.
I'lm fucoriln of thin olllco chow that
Mild luiul una adjiiiiinttuil mineral in
uliuruetor liv C'oiniiiiMsiouui'H l,tttur"N"
of November L'lut, I till I, aa thu result of
a hunrini; huld on application liy the
fitutt. of Oregon llu relor, to duturmim
till) character of paid hchool section, and
that tlm Statu Iuih selected and hud ap
proved and.cerUlled to it indemnity He-
lectioim lmwedon itHloMKenliimildHectioii.
In IiIh application for a heariiik'. it In
alleifuu ny tiiouuid AJocrl iv. Hiitter, ami
two HltneHHen, Hint tlm lanUM anovo (Its
wo'ibed aru nonnili.aral in charautur.
Any and all perhona, lliereforo. who
claim any ii'it, tuiu, or inturoHt In mild
IiuiiIh, or any part thereof, or who may
ho claiming tho muiiu for mineral pur-
pohuu, by location, orenpation. or other
wine, or whoimiy dcblro toobiect becanao
of thu miuural character of thu land, or
for any other reason, to thu diagonal to
applicant, aru hereby notllled to appear,
ruHponu ana onur ovkidiico toticuiiii; tuu
character of tho laud aboyudeflcrihul,nt
10 o'clock, A. Al on IJuo.llth. 1017. bu-
foro W. I.. I'atturnon, Notary I'uhllu, at
hie olllco, at liaker. Oregon, and thu dual
liuaring will hu hold at 10 o'clock. A.M..
on January 1 1th, 1D1H, buforo tlxi UoIh-
tor ami Uecolvnr, at thu United BtaicH
Land Olllco at La Grandu, Oregon.
O. H. DUNN, HegiHtur.
NOLAN HKIFI Uocuivur.
Ilato of FirHt publication Oct. 1017.
Dato of fiocond publication Nov. 1, 1017.
Date of Third publication Nor. , 1017.
Dato of Fourth publication Nov. 15,1017.
Don't Be a "Slacker" .
Buy a Liberty Loan Bond
NOT1CB FOU PUBLICATION,
U iti'lieiu r.j
Dupaitinunt of tho Intorlor,
J. H. I.iind Olllco at Ln (Irnmlu, Ore
gon, Hpt. lath, 1017.
Nollco h hureby (.-lon tlmt David D.
JacoliH, cf Hlchhind, Oregon, who, on
Dec, lOfO. miidii lloiiiuatead Kntry
No.(K)2ll. for H 1-2 NK 1-1, Ken. H, H 1-2
N W 1-4, Hen. 0, Tn.OS., It. 41 IS., W. M.,
anil on April S. 1915, madu Ad. II. IS.
No. Ul 1107, for N -'A NIS I-1, Hoc. K, and
W 1.2 NIS 1-1, Section 0, Township 0
South, Ihwigo II ISuHt, Willamotto Alur
idiau, inn llled notice of Intuntion In
mnkn flvu-year proof, to U8tnlllnh claim
to tho laud aboyu doHcrlbod, buforo.
WoodHon L. I'attorHon, Unltod Stated
CominlHBlonur, at IiIh offlcu at Hakur,
Oregon, on tbo 1-1 tl day of November,
Claimant immoH ns wUiiubhuj i Ann-
If.. I tl . ...
Hum jiiiiun. uowarii jucciph, nun iiarryi
Jacobs, all of Iliehhind, Oreiron, and
uruut morgan, 01 jtiiKor, Oregon,
0. S. DUNN, KuKiBtor,
For Sale One Edison phono-,
graph, diamond-point, and 100
records. Inquire at News office.