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VOLUME 0, NO. G
RJCIILAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, L917
$1.50 A YEAR
M. M. BULL
DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY
OMlro In (Jovi-r lliilldlni:
W ro prnpurud to do any kind
of duiitul work in u MraC
oliisfi iimnnor nl modoratd pricon
MUTUAL CREAMERY CO.'
Cream, Milk and Eggs
It. M. Kirk, Resident Manager
RICHLAND - - OREGON
W. H. STRAYER
Attorney at Law
Fourth Floor Sommcrs Building
Irvine Lodge No. 86
Knights of Pythias
t ovury FritUv nlnlitgt Hiolrl
nil In llichlnml, OroKoiKfoU-h,
(ill! tlrotlinr iiiililc witli'oiuti.
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W. C. UALI'.V, 1C. of It. fc K.
W. E. BAIRD i
O.kct. mid Wiromli n( All Mrf
Alnr III Stock
1'liono: Two cliortn, Ono long
W. R. USHER
j Ofllco, Hi'conil (Hid Wnlniit Sts.
g Opponlto C'lirlMtimi Church t
" C. E. THORP
All kinds of legal blanks on.hand
Your patronage solicited
Got oho and
trhoy ard not
v, they wont cost you a cent. .
J, M. CHASE, Richland
TI HONOR ROLL-
Below appear the numc and ad- Mr. J. S. Kinsley, surveyor
dross of the "liome boys" now in 'for the State Highway Comrnis
Bcrvicc as near as we have been sion, was in town Monday, having
able lo ascertain. This list has been obliged to give up the sur
beon difficult to Bccure and it ivtiy of Powder River Canyon un
possiblc some names ha-o been j t!l spring on account of the bad
omitted, if so, or if any address weather. lie stated that the
is incorrect, we will appreciate
y6ur kindness in notifying us.
Camp Lewis, American Lake, Wn.
Ira W. Bradford, Co. :t. 1st Lin.,
l(5Gth Depot Brigade.
Clarencn B. Bradford, Co. M.
Ulh U. S. Inf.
A. L. Harbor, Uatt. A, 3KJ P. A.
Story M. Chase, Halt. A, I A.
Walter JJ. .Joncu, Co. il, lSl Bn.,
lo'Glh Depot Brigade.
Wm. Virgil Saunders, Co. 5, 1GG
Ft. Douglas, Arizona.
Gone Gibson, Batt. B, 11th F. A.
.las. C. Makin.BatL A.llth, F. A.
Wm. II. Wright, Supply Co, 11th
San Francisco, Calif.
Hoy Bodah. Co. 0, G3rd Inf.,
Wm. E. Wright, LetlermansGon-
eral Hospital, Ward B.
Sun Diego, Calif.
ce Chamberlin, 101st Co.-Ma
Ijeonard Farley. 1315 1st St.
VUI t.UII WIVJ, lit X
Fay Conrad, 11G Aero Squadron,
Meld UurracHS No. z.
W. B. Strang. 107 Aero Squad.,
Now York City, N.Y., care P.M
Jesse Buxton. Batt. D, Gth F. A.,
A. is. 1',
Bylar Stalght. 18th Co. 5th Ren.
U. S. Marines, Over Seas Batt.
Geo. G. Saunders. U. S. S. Hunt
Corp. 'Carl A. Barrows, Batt. C,
3'JU 1'. A., Camp Custer. Mich
Fcrman C. Davis, 12th Co., P. S.
0. A. C, lt. Casey. Wash.
Jr,s. F. Duke, 304th Co., 2 M.C.,
Madison Bks.. Military Branch,
Watertown, N. Y.
U. G. Day, Co" C 32nd Inf, Scho
field Bks., Hawaii T.
Wallace Irwin, 19th Co., lGGth
Depot Brigade. Lewis Branch,
Ray Masterson, Aero Service Ft.
Sam Houston, SanAntopio, Tex
A. Roberts, Co. A 14th U.S. Inf,
Ft. Seward, Alaska. ,
Guy B. Sharp, Co. 76 U. S. N.,
Hampton Koads, Va.
John Conrad .
As the following have just en
listed) we are unable to give their
address,but will do so afcnn early
Tracy Matthews' '
TURKEYS for saleVyflungand
fat. Mrs. Winter Wrfetft-ad
Bananas, oranges, celery, cranberries,-
sweet potatoes, etc.. aft
road had been surveyed as far
as the Pat Long Bridge.
The road will bo practically all
on the north side of the river,
will have a GO-foot right of .way
wiih a 22'foot graveled roadway,
and active construction work will
be completed through the canyon .
Mr. Kingsley will go East to
spend the holiday and expects
to return here ;n the spring and
finish surveying the road through
Former Resident Dead.
James Frank Kirby died at his
home at Avillu, Mo., on Sunday.
Dec. fllh, 1917, aged 80 years.
Mr. Kirby was a resident of this
'onimunity for eight years, leav
ing hare about 17 years ago, and
has a llost of friends among our
Although totally blind for more
than 20 years, the deceased was
strong and hearty and on the day
preceding lvis dep.t!..hr.d shoveled
the snow off the walks around
his home; he caught a severe cold
and died before morning.
Three sisters and two brothers
survive, one of the latter being
our felow townsman, W. W.
"Uncle Frank," as he was call
ed by all who enjoyed his acquain
tance, was a most lovable man
and a devoted Christian, and in
spite of his aflliction was always
well posted on the world's doings'
and was a conciencious bible
The Man Without a Country
is the story of a younpr man, who,
in a fit of passion, cursed bis
.country, and of how terribly he
was punished by the literal ful
fillment of his expressed wish
that ho might never hear of the
United States again. This story
in book form, is given FREE if
you accept our combination offer
with Iho Youth's Companion and
McCall'a Magazine before Jan. 1.
See display ad on another page.
Dr; Bull wishes to say that ho
will bo.in Richland until January
20th, 1918, and anyone wishing
dental Work done should cbfno in
at once and see about it and make
an appointrfiont Don't delay;
pn Jan.' 20th I will return to thei
Willumetto Valley to my ranch.
At a meeting of MrtlS Re-
bekah Lodge, No. 79, held Wed-
nflsday evening it was voted to
Send the E. V. News one year to
fjhe following members of the'
lodge who aro in Uncle Sam's
service: Bleaden Ashby, Ralph
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The membership of the Baker
County Agricultural Council re
cently organizedj is madd up of a
representative from each com
munity. J. C. Bowen and Thos.
Seigel being chosen frcm Eagle
Valley, and its purpose is to gov
em the work of the county agent
and to promote the agricultural
welfare of the county.
Officers of the council were
elected as follows: Pres.! Henry
McKinney of Erwin; vice-pres.,
F. S. Heard of Haines; secretary
and treasurer, H. E. Tweed.
Agricultural problems of vital
interest to the county were dis
cussed and the following lines of
work were decided upon as those
upon which Mr. Tweed will de
vote the major portion of his
time during the coming year:
li-Fidd demonstrations, which
cover, crop variety trials, use of
fertilizers, potato improvement,
2 Control of noxious weeds.
3 Irrigation and drainage,'
4 Farm labor. "
5 Bulk handling of grain.
6 Breed improvement
7 Rodpnt control. .
8 Orchard niahftget'hent.
9 Co-operative marketing.
Mr. Tweed will immediately
make arrangements to visit each
ConYmunity in the bounty and
with the co-operation of the var
ious council members, and, cjvn
rounity 66rrimif.t;ees"1the county
program of work will be present
ed and that part of it which ap
plies to each particular 'commun
ity,WiU"fce arranged .for in that
" Edward Everett Halo'6
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offer bufuro January 1,
FREDERICK R, WILSON
Physician and Surgeon
Richland, :r: Oregon
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Day 'phone call central office. ,
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