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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View This Issue
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Tho open Bcison for deer with
horns begins noxt Monday.
If you need a now Watch buy
it at Richland Dru Store. ad
The Richland Hotol lias been
leased by Mr. Gilkic of Haines.
Tuesday's auto stogo from Ba
ker turned over on tho S grade
but no one was injured,
.Sliced boiled ham, veal loaf and
pickled pigs foot; fine eating; for
Balu at Frank Clarko'u,ad
Parties havingi honoy for sale
will do wHl to see Saundors Uro's.
before selling elsewhere. ad
R. E. Bradford was in from
Njssa last week, and beforo re
turning added Lis name to tho
My Peaches are ripening fast;
it will bu to your interest to pluce
your order immediately, Elmer
Wart, New Bridge, Ore. ad
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cundifrand
family came in for u visit tast
week. Fred returned to Baker
Monday, but tho family will re
main for several days yet.
Lester llolcomb returned Sun
day from Portland where ho had
been in attendance at the Nation
al Encampment of the G. A. .
He says ho had tho grandest time
imaginable and met several old
comrades in service.
In reply to the many quiries
as to why "Over tho Top" failed
to appear in last week's issue, wo
will say that the error was a re
Bult of our erratic mall service.
Tho regular installment of tho
story will bo found on insido page
as usual from now on.
The Nazareno tent meetings
closed Sunday evening. A church
was organized hero and Earl C.
Perry of Nampa will have charge
of it and tho one at Halfway.
Rev. W. H.-Tullis and wife and
Rev. N, P. Herald, who conduct
ed tho ti.eotings desire to express
their thanks for iho favors ex
tended thorn by Richland citizens.
Summer Complaint. "
DuriiiK tho It it wt'ntliur"of iho lunimor
months tjomo inoinhcr of nlmoHt (ivory
futility is llkuly to bo troubled with nu
uunntiirnl 1oohoirbr of tho bowels, nnd It
it of thotcrcntuat liiiortftnco thnt this bo
troutu 1 promptly, which can only bodono
wlicn tho medtcinu In koptnt hiiml. Mr.
F. V, Scott, BcottMvillo,N,Y.,BtutoHi "I
flrnt imod Chntnhorliiln'eCo'lonnd l)lnr
rhocft Hninody iib much us flvo yours nuo
At thnt llmo 1 hud " sovoro nttnek of
summer complaint unit wns siiffurlnit In
tuimo pain. Onodonorollovcd mo. Othur
liiciiiliurs of my family Imvo bIiico used it
With ,'lko rosults." ndv
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C T. Godwin will speak at
the Alrdome tomorrow (Fri
day) night on the Salvation
Army War Fund. Hear him.
T. J. Tolly loft fpr Idaho points
Buy your Stationery at Rich
land Drug Store. ad
Mrs. Mullikcn and children arc
visitinfc at Caldwell.
For lunch try our sardines in
tomato sauce. Raley's. ad
Ernest Evans and Fred Bluhm
are among others called to leave
tho first week in September.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Christen
sen of Homestead were guests at
tho A. F. Murray home last week.
Ira Bradford has written his
parents that he had an unevent
ful trip acrces the "big pond"
was not even seasick.
Some-low-down sneak gotinto
Elmer Wart's watermelon patch
ono day last week and destroyed
about half of tho melons by plug?
Jimmie Thompson enrolled his
name on our subset iption list last
week and also ordered the News
sent to his brother, Byron, who
is in France.
Rey. J. M. Johnson, Silas Mc
Dowell and Mr. andMrsrC. il.
Elliott autoed to Milton and at
tended the Methodist cofcrcnce
Allies Caps A now line of
Canadian and Scotch trench caps
for women and misses, also trench
belts, just put on sale at E. &
Officers have recjuested us to
warn the parties who discharged
firearms in and around Richland
on Monday night that such act is
a violation of state law and a
repetition of such will result in
The 8th grade graduation ex
ercises of the Sparta district will
be held at the Sparta school house
on next Thursday eve, Sept. 5th.
After the program there will be
an auction Of pies; proceeds to
go towards paying for piano.
G. M. Kerr of Washington, D.
C, chief classifier; C. H. Shattock
of the University of California,
technical advisor; C. A. Mayer of
Washington, D. C, and P. Patton
of 0. A. C, Corvallis, junior
classifiers, are classifying land
in this pectioh that will come un
der tho G'10-acre homestead act.
'Twenty-one immediate rela
tives of Mrs. Eliza Cundiff held
a family reunion at the home of
Mrs. G. B. Saunders last Sunday.
All of Mrs. Cundiff's children
and grandchildren were present
except her son Walter, wno was
in tho mountains, and her grand
son, Virgil Saundors, who is in
It Is by no munns nu onsy mnttor to
euro thia dloonsu, but it can bo dono In
inont liiBtuucvB by tnkluK Glmmborlnln'n
Tablets ami complying with tho. plniu
printed directions thnt accompany each
S. II. Desch is 'in fr6tii Baker.
Mrs. Walter Mou'ltow 3s visit
Buckingham &HccbtShoo3 for
salo at Kendall'H. ad
Everett Saundors is now lo--catcd
at 1483 Oak St., Eugene.
Got your Eaglo Brand condens
ed milk for babies at Haley's.. ad
Messrs. C. 0. Powell and M. J.
Powell of Brogan, Oregon, were
visitors here last week.
The Eaglo Creek Canyon road
has been put in first class shape
as far as the old Evans' ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDowell
hf t yesterday for Portland where
tho former will go to work in the
Mr. and Mrs. G. Guttcrsen of
St Paul, Minnesota, arc visiting
at tho home of their daughter,
Mrs. J. R. Lee.
Floyd Derrick and Ed Carna
han were the only young men of
this section that registered in
Richland last Saturday.
Mrs. W. J. Densley received a
card Saturday night from Mel
Thompson stating that he had
"landed safely over Beas."
"W. W. Kiroy was called to
Baker yesterday by the serious
illness of his wife, who is at the
home of her sod J. A. Kirby.
LADIES Our new lino of coats
and suits are on display, come in
at once an- look them over,
ad Saunders Bro's.
If you know the address of any
homu boy in'service whose name
docs not appear on the printed
list, please bring or send it in at
Butterfat prices are soaring
skyward and dairy business is
the. thing. Attend thesale in
Rivhland on Sept. 0th and buy
somo good dairy cows.
Ladies, we are aenUs for The
Victor Ladies' Tailoring Co. and
have just received our fpll and
winter sample book; conm in and
look it over. Raley's. ad
Louie Zeiglcr brought us a
"bundle" of green beans Mon
day. They were of the Kentucky
Wonder variety and the pods
averaged about a foot in length.
Renowal subscriptions aro com
ing in right along, still there are
a number of subscribers that as
yet have paid no attention to the
statement of account sent them.
Elmer Wart says that tlie re
port that he has sold his fruit
crop to outside parties is abso
lutely false. His- fruit will be
sold to the public and not to
C. T. Godwin of Baker will
speak at Parker's Airdome in
Richland on tomprrow (Friday)
evening on tho Salvation Army
war fund, also the French ana
Belgian Children's Relief. Don't
fail to hear him.
Where is the Photo
oi your soiaser f $
or Sailor Boy ;
Stomach and Liver Troubles.
No und of misery and actual Buffering
la,raqHcd by diBordura of tho stomach nnd
liver, nnd may bo avoided by tho ubq of
ChamberlAin'ri Ta,blota. . Glvo them a
trial. Thoy only coat n quarter. adv
Buy your Candy at Richland
Drug Store. ad
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Deputy Grand Master, Forrest
L. Hubbard, will visit the Eagle
Valley lodge in Richland on to
morrow (Friday) evening. All
Odd Fclfows aro urged to bo
Don't Hide It Away
Place it in a ,
Victory Photo Frame
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Auto Truck Service!
I have secured a Federal Truck of 3,000 pounds
capacity, and will make regular trips to'andfroni
Baket, and solicit your patronage. AH orders, large
or small, will receive prompt attention. Terms
reasonable. Leave orders at postoffice.
PASSENGERS CARRIED '
J. O. STICKNEY, -
McDowell Bros. & St. John
Bee Keepers Supplies of all kinds
Hives, Supers, Cards, Foundafion, etc.
All orders filled promptly and satisfaction guaranteed
Write, phone or call for prices.
C. C. St. John, Manager, - Richland, Oregon
For ciulof ,
Summons all the forces and resources of the Republic to
the defense of Freedom
THE OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
which the United States authorities have ranked as one of the v
fifteen distinguished institutions cf the country for excellence in
military training, has responded to the call. The College is
distinguished not only for its military instruction, but
Distinguished also ron
Its strong industrial courses for men and for women:
I n Agriculture, Commerce, Engiaccrtcs, Fore i try
I lame Economic,, Minis;, Plurinicy, n J A
Its wholesome, purposeful student life. ,
Its democratic college spirit. ,
Its successful graduates.
Students enrolled last year,453; stars on its service flags, 1258;
over forty percent representing officers.
College opens September 23, 1913
oetr ItluitratcJ Booklet, an J other Information write to the Regiitrar, Corvallii, Oregon
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