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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View This Issue
Gcorgo Trick lo went to Baker
Monday to onliat.
Buy your Christmas Cigars ut
tho Drug Store, -ad
Chas; Keller was ovor from
Cornucopia tho llrst of tho week.
Honry Morrison ilnd John Pat
terson oxject to c'nllBt before Sat
urday; M. & It: flavoring extracts will
not bake, boil or freeze out; get a
free sample at Italoy'H. ud
Give children fruit, fruit juices,
fruit broad and fruit cookies in.
stead of candles and rich cakes,
Jim Kirby has bought the o'd
Hoyco ranch of Ed Ititch, and Ed
hiiH bought tho Waterbury placd
of Mr. Whittier.
Ladies; come in and let us help
you pick out a gift that will sure
Ijleaso your father, brother or
owcethedrt. Saunders Bro's. ad
Col. Kirby made his annual pil
grimage to tho News office this
week; renewing the pai er for
himself and liis brother, Jas. F.
Kirby of A villa, Mo.
Iiost A bunch of keys. These
are of utmost Importance to the
owner hut can benefit no one else.
Finder will please leave with L.
Y. Matthews or at News office.
Mr. and Mrs. It. 0. Mack left
Monday for Portland. Mr. Mack
has enlisted in the government
service; Joining the medical de
partment,' and will go on to Van
couver., Mrs. Mack will return
to Uichland In the spring and run
Only eight more shopping days
before Christmas. Do yours early
while the stock is full; come in
and let us show you through. We
have most anything you will need
from the tiilling toy to the more
(ap) E. & W. Chandler.
If you would learn now tier
many has planned to conquer the
world and put the non-Germanic
population in Africa, you should
read "Conquest and kultur," a
170-page publication issued under
government supervision. Copies
may be secured freo by address
inglCommittee on Publid Informa
tion, 10 Jackson Place, Washing
ton, D. C.
S. H. Dcsch will close tho meut
market this week.
Grant Morgan was a ltichland
vUitor tho first of tho week.
Nora Moody added her name to
our subscription list this week.
Christmas Stationery 35c to $3
per box at tho Drug Store. ad
Red Cross meeting at the homo
of Mrs. Dan Cover next Tuesday
Dr. and Mrs. McArthur moved
their household goods to Hakcr
For that meatless day try our
codfiish; fresh supply just in
A fine baby girl was born to
tho wifo of Lloyd Chandler on
Thursday, December Oth.
The S3O.OOO.0O libel suit result
ed in a draw. The next round is
scheduled for February term of
ONIONS No. 1 winter onions
for sale as 3c per pound at E. E.
Brown's place on Powder River.
The Eaglo Volley State bank
has been designated a depositary
for American Ited Cross Christ
mas Membership Fund 3.
Why not make your wife a
Christmas present that will last
for years, give her one of bur
"Blue Beauty" rnnges. Haley's.
Chris. Murphy and sister, Miss
Allie, accompanied by Miss Opal
Matthews', visited over Sunday in
llilntlngton with the former's
Mr. W. M Muncey and sons.
Fred and Edwin, came ovor from
Pinii Valley and sjicrit tHo week
end with Mrs. Tlios. Seigel, who
Is tho daughter of Mr. Muncoy.
Gene Pettijohn of Sparta dis
trict left for Kansas the first of
the week to bid farewell to three
of his brothers who are enlisting
in the great war against Prussian
ism. Isabel and Ransom McArthur
were given a surprise party at
the home of Miss Lenora Hewitt
On Monday evening. Fourteen
young folks Were present and wh
ere told that a most enjoyable
time was had by all. The affair
was given as a farewell to the
two guests of honor, who have
now taken up their residence in
Peto Masterson has left to join
Christmas Candy 25c per pound
at tho Drug Slorc. ad
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Payzant
went to Baker Tuesday.
High school entertainment at
opera house Saturday night.
Rooms for Rent. Address P.O.
Box 3, Richland, Oregon. ad4
Big lino of toys and Xmas gifts
displayed at Saunders Bro's. ad
Mrs. F. S. Morrison and son
Herbert left for Butler, Mo.,
At least COO trained nurses arc
needed at once in the cantonment
Miss Myrtle Gross has been a
visitor at tho home df Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Elliott.
NOTICE The Richland Meat
Market is for rent. Apply to
Oliver Corson. ad
Lawrenco Derrick and Robt.
Connall left yesterday to offer
their bervices to Uncla Sam.
Sensible gifts of many kinds
for both old anil ycung are to be
found at Saunders Bro's. ad
Mr. and Mrs. Frye Herbert
of Baker visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Roddick,
Wheat for sale 200 bu. Blue
Stem and Forty Fold. $2.20 per
bushel at Wm. Ritch lanh on
Powder River. ad-ltf
Ammunition for shot-guns or
small fire arms need not be regis
tered under the government or
der regarding explosives.
"Don't fail to see the photo of
Baker county's exhibit, at the
State Fair and tho Land Show
at Portland, on display at the
Wm. Plughoff, for several ycurs
editor of the Huntington News;
died at the hospital in Boise last
week as a result ot cancer and
was buried fat Ontario.
Thos. Seigel has purchased a
caterpillar tractor for use on his
ranch. The machine has 10-20"
i , ... it , :
norse power ana win ne used m
place of horses for gepj:
work As it is the first
. I it
of lio kind to be tried out in this
section, tho result of the experi-
Jj- ...:n u ' 5' I'd i-i.
mcnt will be anxiously watched
and should it prove a success a
number of our farmers will install
tractors next seosoh.
Gift Buying Time is Here
This year we are better supplied than
ever with Practical Christmas Gifts
, We have Jerseys, Mackinaws, Hats; Caps, Ties,
Garters, Suspenders, Arm Bands; etc.
FOR THE LADIES
Nifty Handkerchiefs', Glassware; Graniteware and
We have not forgot the Kiddies
We have d big display of NEW TOYS
Come and select your gifts early
WE SAVE YOU MOfJEY
MAKE US PROVE IT
Raley's Cash Store
Otis Simonis left yesterday
enlist in the coat artillery.
A complete assortment of jew
elry on display at the Drug Store.
Red Cross relief shipments to
Europe average over 10; 000 tijns
See those beautifUl hew dishes
ih the Blue Bird battern at
The baeaa"r given by the Ladies
Aid Society last Friday was large
ly attended, the receipts amount
ing to over $90.
We were told that the reason a
certain E9gle Valley man doesn't
run his auto more often is because
he Js so tenderhearted he claims
th'e wheels are tired.
Miss RutH Ralston went to Ba
ker TuesdHy to say farewell to her"
friend, Mr. Geo. dtten", who pass
ed through there on His way Easl
with others in U. S. service. Mr.
Otten is a landscape gardener and
although he eriliste'd but a short
time since, has tieari detailed as
a trench surveyor.
Buy your Xmas candy at the
Drug Store; 2oc per pound. ad
Neighborhood auction at one
o'clock next Monday at Wright's"
corral in Rictiland.
J. M. May is building a new
residence on his ranch at Sparta.
B. F. Mitchell is helping him.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Simonis
are the parents cf a big baby girf
born Monday night, Dec. 10th.
The port of New York is under
military control, the waterfronts
being guarded by the regular
army. The same control will be
established at all other American
A. B. Hall was a visitor from
Sparta, Monday, bringing his big
"draft team" to put in pasture.
He stated that Dick Blackwell,
John Farley and himself have just'
got out 300,000 feet of pine logs'
for Perry sawmill cut from virgin,
timber! The logs are all decked,
out and will be taken to the mill
as soon as more snow falls, there
being but about three inches at
QAMTA PI Al IQ' UCAnfll IADTCDQ AT 01 ID QTriDi: 5
unmn umuu i iLttuyurm i n uui uiuixl
as usual and he will meet all his little friends here and have something for each
one on Saturday December 15th, at 2 o'clock p. m
IN TOYLAND FOR THE CHILDRpWE HAVE
Dolls, Doll Buggies, l(itcllen Sets, Furniturd, Wagoris, (Auto Trucks, Delivery Wagons,) Express Wagonsi Sandy Andys,
Sand Pais and Shovels, Toy Wash Boilers, Tubs and Wash Boards';,. Pile Drivers', Hall Road Trains, Pastry Sets'v Bell Toys,
Aluminum Tea Sets, Trumpets, Whistles; ..KiddiejCars, Embrb der.y 3e$8, Tops, Sledij, ,Ajr duns, (James of various kinds,
bibles and Testaments, tihd Books of all ddscriptipns. Don't fa 1 to take the kiddies through toyland'S. , c
Hats, Caps, Shoes Macliiriaws) Overcdats, Sweaters, Bath Robes, arid many dtlier Useful Presents
FOR THE "GROWN UPS" WE HAVE -
Knitting Bags, Bead Necklaces,
Silks. Fancv Colored Silk Hose.
SportiSetsi Sweaters atld 'Jerseys,
Ware! Fancy China and Glassware,
And Everything in the Line of Useful Presents
Tie9; Arrti Bands, Suspenders; Handkerchiefs, ridsa Suppprters, Coat Hangers, .Earjlipgs,
Pnrrtta bb ladies and ehildrnri. Tlrpacmf Sonrfa. Tnhlri Runnnrfl. Sillt Wntata. italr Receivers.
Fancy Stock Collars. Towels with Fancy Borders.. Now Ties Ih ail Colorsi RibbonswTpkes,
Silk Camisoles, Knitting Bag Frariids, Wluto tvajy Sets', ftianialre Sets; Silver dhd.Plated
J Make Vour Selections Early
X Only 15 Shopping Days
R & W. CHANDLER , mm store