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1847 Rogers Bros. SILVERWARE
Knives and Forks, Teaspoona, Doasortspoona, Tftblosnqona, Horry Spoons
Butter Knives, Choeso Knives, Sugar Sholjs, Olivo Forks,
Picklo Forks, Infant Sots, ii tlm following patterns;
Heraldic, Continental, Crpntwoll, Vintago
.1 E W E I j K Y
Tho nu)t complete stock of Jewelry tn town from wliieli to nmke yoijr fteleotionn.
Some of the article oi display are: limns, Diamond IIuijjs, Hrooflu"( UmimiIoIk,
LavaUieres, CulV Htittons, Pins, Tie Clasps, Wateh (Miuiiim, W'atoli Fobs, and other
articled too numerous too mention. Come, in and look over opr line,
A complpto assortment of Cqmbs, prushus, Mirrors,
Picture Frames, Trays, Vases, Candle Sticks, HutYors,
Manicure Sots, Military Brushes, Hair Receivers,
Powder Bosqs, Card Cases and Toilet. Sots.
Articles in this lino range in price from 25o to 120.
In our stock .of Watches are to be found NKACICLKT
WATCHKS, LADIKS WATCHKS and a number of
DitToront Styles of MEN'S WATCHKS. Every watch
is guaranteed to give entire satisfaction:
Prices rango from $1,115 to $10.00.
CANDY CANDY JANDy
You should buy your Candy from m beoauno wu have
Lowncy's, Thomsen's, Hershey's and Krause's
Chocobttes and Hon Hon an well us cheaper eniidu'H,
Our aHHortipent in eomplfle, the Btocl; u strictly
and the price is right.
Christmas Bows, Symphony Lawn, Tulip
Linen, Cards, Booklets, Folders, Seals,
Tags, Labels, otc. Priced from pc to $2.6U
A Kodak makes one of tho acceptable
gifts. Wo hnvo a nice assortment to
select from. Priced from $IJ to $27.50
LIBBEY CUT GLASS
NAPPIKS, HKKKY HOWLS, V'ASK'i
CULliHY THAYS, WATKU SHTS
Tho pricoH rango from -f 1 .25 to 2f.00
PERFUMES & TOILET WATERS
"Hannny of lliMou" in tho most pop
ular line of the K "xu 1 1 Toilet HequisiteH.
Any odor you may desire. Oo to $-'.)0,
t Many other articles such as Percolators, Chafing Dishes, Talcums and Face Powders, Cold Creams, Card Games, Tinker Toys, Erector Sets, Infant Sels,
Hand Mirrors, Shaving Sets, Military Sets, Brushes, Collar Bags, Music Rolls, Bill Books, Clocks, Hand Bags, Pipes and Cigars
Make your selections now
while stock is complete
RICHLAND DRUG STORE
Only 15 shopping days
First reels of the thrilling serial
"GREY GHOST" will be shown
Eddie Polo the leading character
New Bridge on Friday night
Don't Fail to Come
Admission: Adults 20c; Children 15c
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Richard Watson Makinson was
born in Missouri on December 28.
1810, and died at 'iuriock. Calif..
on November 27. 1'.'17. aged 70
, years, 10 months and 29 days.
He was left an orphan when but
eit:ht years made his home with
a brotherinlaw, after which he
started out in the world to made
his own way. In 1872 he was
married toMariah Brooks in Linn
county, Kansas, and four years
ater crossed the plains gointf first
to Pine Valley but later in the
same year removing to Eagle
Valley, where he lived until 1912
when he moved to Turlock.
Mr. Makinson was the father
of six children, five of whom are
left with their mother (aged 71
years) to mourn his demise. The
children surviving are Fred and
Josiah of Turlock, Calif. ; Robert
of Fallon, Nevada; Charley, a
resident of Utah, and Mrs. Al
berta Kendall of Richland.
Get your Xmas candies and
nuts at Raley'a. Fresh supply
juBt received. ad
Neighborhood auction Monday.
Small ranch to rent, possession
March 1st. Thorp. ad
Thos. Soigel and John Suss
were Baker visitors the first of
Syrupa in large variety, also
1917 honey. Groceries of all kinds
at rigl t prices. Saunder3 Bro's.
A late photo of "King John D."
has been reproduced in the dailies
recently the original was "done
in oil" of course.
Highest Cash Price paid for
hides, pelts and wool. Phone mo
at any time and I will call on you.
Harry Criss, New Bridge, Ore.-ad
J. C. Bowcn attended the agri
cultural council at Baker Monday
and has promised to furnish us
with a report of the meeting for
publication next week.
Because the meat reserves of
the world are so diminished, the
government urges an increased
production of poultry because it
offers the fastest and cheapest
possible source of meat increase.
Tho more poultry and eggs wo
eat the less beef and pork wo will
need or want leaving that much
more to bo sent to Europe.
New Foodstuffs are Recom
mended for Use in Germany
Concentrate ' straw fodder and
ground j.Tnr& pips n suggested
for table use in Germany. In a
published list of now foodst jffs,
with descriptions of use, the fol
lowing are also found:
Rheubarb leuves, straw meal,
seaweed, crushed and ground
maize ears, ground suar-bcet
spoils, heather stalks, parsley
seed, wild radish husks, bran,
wine yeast, beechnut cake, fish
meal and arious mixed foods.
The above inlormation i3 aW
lutuly authentic, ccming directly
from government sourco3.
The Richland pnblic school chil
dren donated the following to tho
Oregon Boys and Girls Aid Soci
ety last week: 600 pounds opples,
,300 pounds of vegetables, includ
ing onions, potatoes, carrots, etc.,
100 pounds squash, and 1G quarts
Mesdames Dimmick and Ford
went to Robinotto today to spend
tho week end with tho former's
daughter, Miss Bessie Quimby.
A delay in the mails caused us
to bo lato with this issue.
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