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Friday, June 28th is National War Savings Day. Get ready for it.
AGLE VALLEY NEW
VOLUME 0, NO 30
IVIUTUAL CREAMERY CO.
nr villi of
Cream, Milk and Eggs
It. M. Kirk, Resident Manager
W. H. STRAYER
Attorney a Law
Fourth Floor Sonmers Building
Irvine Lodge No. 86
Knights of Pythias
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C. E. THORP
All kinds of legal blanka on hnntl
Your patronage foliated
W. E. BAIRD
trl mid Bliroutl. of All
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I'li'tno: Two chortH, One lonn
I W. R. USHER j
OIllni.Hcconil mid Wnlniit KtM.
Oponlto C'lirUtiin Cluitoli g
FREDERICK R. WILSOf'1
Physician and Surgeon
Richland, :-: Oregon
Night 'phone, one long ring on
Day 'phone call central office.
Baker's Popular Hotel
NEW MODERN CLEAN
Under Direct Supervision
of The Owner .
Hpoclul Union to IVruimu'iit Oncata
O. T. GODWIN"
Sominor Hldg. Hiikor, Orogon
WOODSON L. PATTERSON
ATT'Y AT LAW
WE ARE GOING TO
IKE IT $1,
Luteal report from J. M. Chase
bIiowm that Eagle Vnlloy has raia-
oil ?1, 177.70 or the $1,200 given
as the quota for the Second Red
('rums War Fund. Eagle and Pine
Valley are the only section's in
Maker county that have fallen
liehind in their quotaB. With
hut $22. KO yet to raise we'll go
over the lop all right, huj. it will
be noticad by the published list
that many persons were evidently
overlooked by the solicitors and
it in requeued that all those who
desire to contribute send their
remittance to J. M. Chase im
mediately. Should there be any errors as
to the amounts given in the list
published herewith, we will con
sider it a favor to be notified ho
that correction nny be mude.
Bert Healy $50.
Chtis. llarvill 30.
Joe Evans 25.
Noble Holcomb 25.
Sass & Schnaw 25.
(3. H. Snundcrannd family. 15.
K. V. Suae Hank 15.
Mr. Thos. Soigel.- 15.
Mrs R Guyer ClarenceWallace
John Nave Humphry Wertz
L'js Mulineaux MrsJSL DufFuy
J W Farley Mrs Peter Sass
Henry Sass John Dcnsloy
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stout
Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Lee
Juhn W. Patterson
J W Gilkison
S V Laam
S II Jackson
L E Hoyer
R C Mack
L C Holm an -
Maui ice Cooper G W Evans
W Lovel Cover RebeccaE.Gover
Mrs JM Chase
Mrs I' A Moody
JPHerr and wife
Mrs DT Allen
James Kir by
Maggie Densloy Sam Martin
John Praser Henry Bradford
JO Tuttlo Julia Tolly
NB Ashcraft EE Holman
Mr and Mrs L Y Matthews
Mr. and Mrs Wm Masterson
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simonis
Mr. add Mrs. M. A. Bennett
(List continued on back page)
NOTICE-I will bo in Richland
Saturday and Sunday, June 22
and 23, and at Halfway on Mon
day afternoon and all day Tues
day, Juno 24 and 25. All those
whoso oyes need attention are
asked to keep these dates in mind.
Special attention given to chil
dren afflicted with oy3 trouble.
Dr. M, D. Fleming, Optometrist!
RICHLAND, OREGON. THURSDAY, JUNE 0 , 1918
DEATH CLAIMS ANOTHER
Mr. Wr. H. Ash by div) fl!,
hor homo in New Bridget a'ut
5:110 Sunday morning, June 2nd.
after an'illncss of several months
though bedfast but u very short
lime. The funeral was held on
Tuesday afternoon, E. E. Holman
conducting the services at tin
cemetery. The large crowd h
jittendancc was evidence of th'
respect held for the decked by
the citizens of the community.
Charlotte Ann Hewitt was born
in Trumbull county, Ohio, and
was 71 years, 5 months, 5 dajs,
of age at lime of deah. In 1871
she came to Willamette Valley
and on Dec. 27th of same year
was married to Wrn. II. Ashby.
The young couple located in the
Grand Ronde Valley in 1870, be
ing among the first settlers of
i that section; afterwards coming
to Pine Valley-whore they resid
ed 7 or 8 years. They located in
Eagle Valley about 10 years ago.
Besides the husband, five sous
and two daughters survive, viz:
Charles, Newton, Prank, George
mid Blea'on Ashby, Mrs. Fannie
Jennings and Mrs. Nellie Hol
comb; all of whom were present
I at the, funeral, as were also 1G
gruiuk-hildrcn and one great
in North Pine Creek about 20
The deceased was greatly cs
teemed by all with whom she
came in contact for her quiet,
loving disposition and devotion to
I The sympathy of the commun
ity is extended to the grief strick
! en husband and children
Mint Your Own Money.
George and Bill were in a dis
tant city. "By hok:e," says Bill,
"I left all of my money at home
in my other clothes. Have you
"No, 1 haven't," says George,
"But I'll 'mint' some. I didn't
leave my money at home in my
pockets but I leftjitin the bank.
a I 111.
Whereupon he waiKeu into a
nearby bank and "cashed" a
check. This illustrates another
of the conveniences of a bank ac
count. 1 1 is not necessary to carry
a large amount of money carry
a check book and 'mint' it as you
ad) Eagle Vallky Statu Bank
New Flour Ruling
C. L. Palmer, County Chair
man U. S. Pood Administration,
sent the following order to John
"Kindly notify your dealers
that the county has gone on a
comparative wheatless basis.
Dealers twill not sell more than
10 pounds of flour, with 3 pounds
of substitutes for each pound of
Hour, to a customer."
As J. V. Selders will leave hero
next week ho will sell nil of his
household goods at public auction
noxt Monday afternoon
I Back These Boys
With Your Dollars
A War Savings Stamp Is as Secure
as a National Bank Note
Both are backed by the United States
Government. About the only difference is that
the stamps pay you 4 per cent interest com
pounded quarterly on January 1st, 1923.
If you are pressed for money at any
time, you can cash a War Savings Stamp for
its current value at any money order postoffice
on ten day's notice.
War Savings Stamps are convenient and
easy investments, no "red tape and are backed
by the entire resources of the people of the
United States. j
Every Stamp you buy helps to keep the
Germans out of your own home. Every Stamp
you buy brings you nearer to financial freedom. ,
This War Will Be Won Only WheJ
Thrift Becomes Our Watchword
THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY
Raley's Cash Store
More of Our Boys Dratfed
Baker county must furnish 174
men for the second draft. These
will not all be called at once, but
64 men will be called June 24th.
The m?n below have been called
from Eagle Valley, though some
changes may be made before the
day set for leaving.
Robt. L. Blaylock
The New Registrants
Below is given a list of the men
in this vicinity wno Decame zi
years of age since June 5, 1917,
and who registered here yester
day: Alfred H. uhm. New Bridge
Paul Henry Wagner, Richland
Harry E. Mason, New Bridge
Russell Mitchell, Richland
Donald Sullivan, Richland
Juergen Julius Frahm, Richland
Notice All those having Red
Cross sweaters will please bring
them in at once, as they must be
shipped by June 12th.
Mrs. John F. Herr.
$1.50 A YEAR
What You Want
For Sale or Trade, For Renrt
Wanted to Buy, Etc.
For Sale or Trade Registered
O.I.C. boar pig, 8 weeks old. Ap
ply to C. W. Davis on Da ;e Con
rad place. ad
Have good a 4-yr-old bay horso
weight 1300 pounds that I will
seir or trade for good cow. Eli
11C HEAD RANGE CATTLE
grade Durhams, consist
ing of 41 cows, 15 2-yr-old steers
20 yeailing steers, 20 yearling
heifors, 9 winter calves, 10 spring
calves, and 1 registered Durham
bull. Price: 100 head at $60.00
per head, balance free. Call on
or address Editor News, Richland
For Rent Building suitable for
bakery, confectionery or restaur
ant. Call on or address Frank
Clarke, Richland. ad
Gooseberries for sale, 30c gal
lon, delivered. Phone your order
to Mrs. P. Williams. ad
Landlord Kelly of the Richland
Hotel Will buy your chickens.
Last chance to get a pressure
lamp at reduced prices. Only a
few left. J. M. Chase. ad
When you need a new Ingersoll
watch buy it at Richland Drug