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EAGLE VALLEY NEWS
VOLUME 5, NO. 51
RICHLAND, OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1917
$1.50 A YEAR
M. M. BULL
DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY
Olllco In Ocmr lluUilIni;
Wo nro propurod to do imy kind
" of dontul work in iiMlmt
oliieu nmnnor ntinodorntflVricoH
MUTUAL CREAMERY CO.
Cream, Milk and Eggs
II. M. Kirk, Roaidont Manager
RICHLAND - OREGON
W. H. STRAYER
Attorney at Law
Fourth Floor Sommors Building
Irvine Lodge No. 86
Knights of Pythias
Munt ttvury I'rMtiy nlt;lit at their
Untitle Hall In Klcliliin.l, Oroon. Vluit-
Iiir llrotlicrn warto wiitcomo.
L.Y. MATTUKWS, 0. 0.
W.C. ItALHY, lv.olU.A 8.
W. E. BAIRD
Cke(i mil Hlirtmdiof All Sliet
Ahrsyi In fltoek
I'hono : Two aborts, Qnolong
W. R. USHER 1
0llco, Second nnd Walnut His.
Opposite Christian Church
C. E. THORP
All kinds of legal blanks on'hand
Your patronage solicited
H. C. TIMMS
rov located in hla
SSKt Halfway, Ore
Up-to-Datc Line of Jewelry to Select tfrom
Watch, C ook, Jewelry Repairing
Fifteen yours Faotory Kxporlonc6
iAtaya ropatr work ni Richland Phnr1
iiinoy nnd same will bo forwarded nnd ra
Ittfuod. Work BHaraat66d satisfactory.
While Eaglo Valloy fell below
tho scheduled allotment for the
Liberty Loan, our citizens rallied
to the front nnd on laatThursday,
Friday and Saturday subscribed
for $2,050, making tho total se
cured at tho Eagle Valloy Stato
While many who should have
subscribed failed to do so, there
is no question but that another
bond issue will bo offered ere
long and they will then subscribe
and most liberally.
Below itf the list of those sub
scribing since our Inst issue:
R. S. Allen
Mary L. Allen
Mary E. Holman
E. A. Bennehoir
Mrs. P. A. Moody
Edgar Allen ,
Matilda A. Allen
Wright Chandler .
Geo. L. DcBpard
C. A. Carouthors
Mary B. Horr
. Rainy 's Cash-Store ,
Mrs". E. V. Boyer
In addition to these there were
a few who wished their names
Mr. Herr has received a tele
gram from both tho national and
stato committees in charge of the
Liberty Bond campaign, thanking
him for tho personal interest he
has taken in tho sale.
Below is given tho program for
tho entertainment at tho opera
house on Friday evening, Novem
ber 3rd, at 8 o'clock, bv tho Dunils
of the primary and intermediate
Opening Sons HalloiYo'on Fun
Utcltatlon "I.lttlo Ornfidnt Annie"
Mother Qooso Orxsrnttii
Recitation .John McDowell
Clown Fussy Cat's Drill
I.ittlo Lcarci Song
Admission: Adults 25c: child
ren under 12, 15c. As tho pro
coeds will be used for the benefit
of the" school everyone should at;
Mr. L. ft Green will sell all hia
household effects at nubile miM inn
on next Saturday, Nov. 3rd, in
cluded will be a ranee, bedstead.
springs, mattress, chairs, dishes,
cooking utonsils, and a large lot
of miscellaneous articles. The
sale will be held at Now Bridge,
commencinir nromritlv at lj.qn.
and if you; aro looking for bar
gains don't fail to, attend.
Syrups in larne varlotv and new
ornn hrmriv, l'naf iUn tklnna
hot biscuits ana nancakea: n
SPARTA EXHIBIT 0. K.
The disagreeable weather last
Saturday prevented a great many
from attending tho agricultural
exhibit at Sparta, but the crowd
that braved tho elements felt re
paid for their venture by the
generous hospitality accorded by
the residents of that wide awake
community. The exhibit was a
rovelation to tho visitors who
could scarcely believe that the
products shown could have been
raised without irrigntion during
the past excessively hot and dry
season. Many were heard to re
mark that "if Buch things were
raised this season, in ordinary
years Sparta cannot be equalled. "
The best specimens in the ex
hibit were ooxed and sent to Port
land where they will be viewed
by tens of thousanos during the
land show, thus proving to the
world at large that tho pioneer
miners of the Sparta district fail
ed to find but little of the real
gold in that section.
Tho dance at night drew a big
crowd of young lolks who had a
royal good time in spito of the
cold and a'f ter expenses were paid
the balance was turned into the
Red Cross fund.
' Our readers wjll remember Earl
Ackers as having worked in the
drug store and attended high
school during the winter of 1915
16, apd the following letter re
ceived by Chas. Barber, will be
reaa with interest by all:
Rantoul. III., Oct. 24. 1917.
Dear Friend: I have been do
ing quite a bit of flying lately.
have had several close calls sirije
I've been in training but just as
long a3 they don't get too close
I'll be all right.
We received orders this morn
mg to start for within 48
hours, which means that we'll be
in Franco soon. I am going as
omcial photographer of the 10th
Aero. I wonder how many of the
Eagle Valley boys I'll see over
there The two boys from my
homo town who enlisted with me
aro in France now but I don't
Say hello to all my friends for
riio and tell them that if I ever
get back I'll drop in and see them.
Corporal Earl V. Acker,
10th Aero Squadron,
New York City.
Being naturally an economical
neonlo. it Droved no hard task to
get the heads of families in this
section to sign the cards pledging
to eliminate all waste possible
il. . 1 . r. . .
uunng tnc continuance oi tne
world war. and cards appear in
a window of nearly every home.
The Hallowe'en party niven bv
the" Christian Endeavor Society
last evening was a great success.
Both floors of tho K. P. hall were
needed to accommodate the crowd
and the program given was extra
good. Pumpkin pie, doucrhnuts.
apples' and cider) wore served.
Wri hrenlffnnf. trv "AnnK Jnm.
Imn'iii'' nnnenkfl flour; rWhimr tn
add but wfttor: makes' rinliVmiiQ
pancakes Riley 's.-ad
Fresh every morning at
Music Furnished for All Occasions
Weddings, Parties, Dances and Entertainments
Instruction given in Piano, Violin and Voice.
J. V. SELDERS.
At Oscar Smith's Ranch
Saturday, Nov. 3rd
Beginnfng at 1 o'clock
2 brood sows and some pigs
1 walking plow
1 spring tooth harrow
1 rolling disc
1 mowing machine
1 hay rake
1 complete derrick outfit
1 Bradley push cart
1 DeLaval separator
1 hand sprayer - - -
1 pair tree pruners
3 cream cans
1 vise, bellows and drill
1 flat hay rack
1 range stove
Terms: All sales for $20 and
under cash. Sales over $20 six
months' bankable note, 8 per in
terest W. A. PAYTON,
Paid ad Administrator.
The Baker-Cornucopia Road.
Engineer Kingsley of the state
highway commission was in town
last Thursday evening, having
walked through, from Bake? over
the Powder River route of the
proposed Baker-Cornucopia post
road. He stated that from his
observations he deemed the route
practical and would recommend
same but that the final decision
rested with federal authorities.
Mr. Kinersley was much enthused
over the prosperity and undevel
oped opportunities offered in the
Panhandle section and said that
our citizens would make a"serious
mistake if they failed to back the
movement by liberal donations,
as many other districts were de
sirous of taking advantage" of the
opportunity to secure good roads
with state and federal assistance.
He stated also, that is was his
opinion that the matter would be
settled at an early date.
A committee will soon start out
soliciting contributions for this
improvement and we feel confi
dent will meet with great success
for every resident in this section
should realize that such a road
will benefit Eagle Valley alone
thousands of dollars yearly.
FREDERICK R WILS0K
Physician and Surgeon
Night ?phonef one long ring oq
Day 'phone call central office.
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