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E. & W. Chandler
Summer Weather is Here
and one of our New Hartford Oil Stoves will dispel half
of its terrors, besides they save in fuel.
Come in and let us show you.
' ' CORSETS
Just arrived a line of J.J.C. Girdle Corsets just what
you want for warm weather
Royal Club, Schillings, G. A., and bulk, Priced from
25c to 40c per pound,
A 5-lb can steel-cut, vacuum, packed, Schillings coffee,
Straw and Panama Hats
for the entire family. Priced from 15c to $5.
Agents for the Mutual Tailors of Chicago
Prices the Lowest, Quality the Highest
McDowell Bros. & St. John
i Bee Keepers Supplies of all kinds i
I Hives, Supers, Cards, Foundation, etc.
All orders filled promptly and satisfaction guaranteed
Write, phone or call for prices.
C. C. St. John, Manager,
THE RICHLAND HOTEL
L. S. KELLY, Manager
Clean and Comfortable Rooms Properly Cooked Meals
Prompt and Efficient Service Reasonable Rates
Sunday Dinner a Specialty Your Patronage Solicited
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
for U.S.plarine Corps recruits.
APPLY AT ANY
SERVICE UNDER THIS EMBLEM
Baker County Pioneer Passes,
J. P. Baird, a well known pio
neer of Oregon and a resident of
Sumpter for the past 19 years,
died Sunday evening at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Ollie Aus
tin, in Baker.
The deceased was 73 years of
;age and is survived by a wife and
seven children, all of whom were
in attendance at the funeral ser
vices held at Bakeryesterday;
W. E. Baird of Richland,
Mrs. Ollie Austin of Baker,
George Baird of Grant county,
C. H. Baird of Halfway,
Mrs. Allie Brown of Baker,
Frank Baird of Sumpter.
Miss Ella Baird of Alaska
The new seats have arrived
for the Christian church.
George Trickle has written 1 is
father that he is now in France.
Jonteel Combination Cream
50c per jar at Richland Drug
Come out to the dance Friday
night and thus honor the boys
who are leaving to fight for you.
The Daily Statesman of Boise
gives the latest war news of any
paper reaching this section. Let
us order it for you.
Ed Hartley showed his belief
in the need of, our soldier for
wheat flour by returning teh
sacks to Saunders. Bro's, and also
taking some ba,ck to Baker.
He WllBB Welcome
a pouch oj
ReaS GRAVELY ClicwEng Pllaa
Any oft f rom '10 fMta f,ac't kono raoana
tx lot to Iho boy. ....
When you eonu mm tobneco, lot u bo
pood lobneco tobneco worth oundirtfj nil
tW long wny tho flat, cojnprcococl plufj
of Rcnl Gravely.
Clvo nny ninn chow of Heal Crfwely Hue. nml
ho will tell you that' tho hind to ooml. iici.il tho
liottl . , ,
Ordinary plug li fnio economy. It ec !si por
vrtsqlc to chow Kent Gravely, Locatico a trac.i chaw f
It huts it Ioiik while.
If you tmolio n pipe, illeo Gravoly w vnr ItttUft
ami mill a litllo to your moUlns tol eco. It & fllvo
flavor Improve your cmoke.
send vour rir in tu u. s. az?.vxz
A rOL'Cll OF CjHAVKLY
D.Im nil urmmil ..f rtrry It In J0 imm'i. A "3 'W
Cllt put It Into M. Immlt In Ttrlnlni LV'i t lirwrt tt -X
.9. A. Lvn "ocr tUo4 V a 3ttu4vnUUMlUU
P. Q. GRAVELY TOBACCO CDiOtlTl, txxl'Zz, VoJ
TJi. PaUnt Patch letii It Fifth mi Clien itr.d CtaI
It h nat Real Crer If wV.wl tVj jwftcil:,i 4
get reaphqr THIS
Below is given a letter receiver!
by Mr. J. F. Herr pttrtaining to
the "War Savings Meeting" to
be held June 2Sth:
Upon orders issued by the
President of the United States,
meetings will be held in every
school district in the U. S.
on Friday, June 2Sth, for the
purpose of completing immediate
ly the War Saving quotas of each
district. In Baker county these
meetings will be held in the re
spective school houses ut 8 p. m!
The chairman of the school boatd
of each district has been appoint
ed to preside at these meeiings.
To make the organization more
effective, I am, by the authority
of the United States government,
appointing District Supervisors
to take charge of several school
dislricts. Naturally, in view of
the splendid work you have done
for this and other movements in
the past, I turn to you as chair
man in charge of School Dislricts
Nos. 44, 21, 57 and 7(3. The fol
men have been appointed in your
district and have been notified of
the meeting and of your appoint
Chas. E. Barber, S. D. No. 41;
Peter Olson, 3. D. No. 21;
C. H. Brooks, S. D. No. 57;
J. 0. Gray, S. D. No. 76.
I cannot emphasize too strongly
the importance of this work at
this particular time. Recent do
velopments have made the rais
ing of the full War Savings quota
at once a matter of first impor
ance. You will be expected to
consider this appointment, not
only a patriotic duty, but as a
draft of your services by the gov
ernment, which of courso means
that this work takes precedence
over anything else. You will of
course get in touch with the
above mentioned men and use
every effort to make these meet
ings a success.
D. W. French.
Chairman, Baker County War
Are You Reading It?
Tho rinnf. wnr nlnrv. "Ovpr
the Ton." written bv Sorcreant
l-f - '
Guy Empey, is being run as a
serial on another page. It is in
tensely interesting and you will
have something to regret if you
miss a single chapter, (
WAS A WEIRD SIGHT
The eclipse arrived on schodulc
time Saturday afternoon and aU
though light clouds prevented
our citizens from witnessing tho
phenomenon in all its beauty, tho
siuht was woird and well worth
As ho moon's shadow gradually
obscured iho sun, darkness fe'l
upon the valley and stars shown
forth brilliantly. East of us the
Idaho mountians took on a pitchy
blackness that was indeed ghost
ly and the cessation of noise by
bird life as the eclipse lecum(.
total made the occu on one of
great solemnity. The air became
cooler, chickens made for their
roosts and tho crows and magpies
were observed Hying in Hocks to
As the Bhndow disappeared an
epidemic of crowing seemed to
strike every rooster in the neigh
borhood, the birds started their
singing and chattering, business
resumed its usual trend, and Old
Sol came forth in all his glory,
seeming to send down Iub heat
rays with greator intensity than
before his brief respite in the
shadow of the moon.
p YOU'vB POUND ft
$t0 BILL, LOST VOUR. PU"f
OUtU OOO . WANT TO OUV A
UOfiR-fV BONO 0 VrflSN'f
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VGR., fAKtt CHNNCt Or4
fN' THEM GOT THE PtP,
What You W?nt
The River of Money
The banks along tho river are
to keep the water in its proper
course. It is a natural place for
the water to run.
The natural place for money is
in the bank. The natural place
for money to circulate is through
tho bank. Money scattered pro
miscuously does nobody good, but
like the river in the desert be
comes absorbed and dissipated.
The bank ; gathers together the
funds of a community and Joans
it out where it will do the most
good for all concerned. Do your
part by directing your money into
the proper channel.
ad). Eagle Valley State Bank
For Sale or Trade, For Rent,
Wanted to Buy, IClc.
Friends of tho News who have
occasion to publish legal adver
tisements in settlement of estates
or other probate matters or in
cases in the district court will do
this paper a favor by directing
their attorney or tho county of
ficial having such matters in
charge to have such nublication
made in The Eagle Valley Nows.
If in need of a mowing machine
or rake, see tho "Deerihg" lino
at Kaioy'e. ad
Miss Leila Chandler is enjoying
a vacation in Idaho. ,
For Sale or Trade- Registered
0. 1.C. boar pig, 8 weeks old. Ap
ply to C. W. Davis on Pa e Con
rad place. ad
Have good a 4-yr-old bay horse
:. ri.i i'm . i i ...mi
i;iKiv iu jJUllimt) Mint 1 will
sell or trade for good cow. Eli
1 I a HEAD RANGE CATTLE
S-J-KJ irrado Durhams. consist-
ing of 41 cows", 15 2-yr-old steers
20tyeiuling steers, 20 yearling
heifers, 9 winter calves, lOspring
calves, and 1 registered Durham
bull. I'rico; 100 ho:id at .$G0.00
nor ht'nd. Iinlnm-f f !. hull on
or address Editor News, Richland
For RontBuildlnfr suitable for
bakery, confectionery or restaur
ant, Call on or uddrcss Frank
Clarke, Richland. ad
Gooseberries for sale, 30c gal
lon, delivered. Phono your order
to Mrs. P. Williams. ad
If its shingles, sash, doors, or
blinds, you need see Eidson.
Last chance to get a pressure
lamp at reduced prices. Only a
few loft. J. M. Chase. ad
Remember Dr. Fleming will bo
at tho Richland Hotel on Satur
day and Sunday. ad
If you desire life insurance, do
not sign a contract with any man
until you have seen mo. It may
moan dollars in your pocket.
ad C. Ei Thorp,