Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View This Issue
Of 'THAT GUV WHO VNVJZ
0R6T N mtawn'. VWX'Q
.ORn iw rvunmco miv hut
VNHfS"T HQ nmMK6 OP VtA,
SO THB POOR VVtOMC
Off THEl liOOO "f PrUrVf
A. KWOCX ON WrA N Tttfc
Why not buy n llatf for Rich
land? ' '
' Hucklnhnm &IIccht Shoes for
buIo at Kendall's. ad
Attend tho snlo at
ford Hotel Saturday.
Patriots will roRister; all olherB
fmiinr. SnnJnmhr-r lZth.
the Brad I gwimiwtuwHwitHMnwwtMMwiiMUMta
oooooooo o ooooooooo
Huy your Cnmly at Kichland
Dh.r Store. - ad
Carl Maaon was a v'uitor at
Union last Saturday.
Mr. and Mia. J. C. Bowen and
fwni'y an toed to Haker Tuesday.
The Lower Daly Creek icliool
will open Monday with Miss Fern
Chand'pr as teacher.
Mr. Geo. Density and. family
of Baiur apent the week end with
ICafcle Valley relatives.
Don't mian the auction sales in
ltiohland-houaahold goods Sal
: tiiday; live stock next Monday.
Jutt ojjent'd Jhe Ixt line of
school snunliea wo nave ever
shown. Yet yours at lUley'iVad
Kay Taylor haB seal a caul to
hia slater, Mrs. Clayton Simonis,
that he has arrived safely over
Tho W. S. Bowers Abstract Co.
at liaktr has baeti incorporated
under the name of Tho Bowers
Mi's. J. M. Smith has returned
tv har home at Spokane after
visit at tho homo of he. cousin,
Mm. Orla Howell, and with other
Mrs. Lyman Lee has, orderoc
tho News sent to her son,
Corp. Win. VirRil Saunders,
Co. 0, MOUl Infantry,
Aniiu-iunu ISxpwditiomiry l'orci H,
A. I. 0. 77G
An nlUnL'htdance will he given
at the Sunnyside schoolhouse on
mixt Thuradav niirht. tho net
proceeds to go to the llud Cross.
Everybody invited; ladies are rc
quested to brine; sandwiches or
John Boyce and family, accom
panied by Mrs. J. L. Loiik, autoe
out from Baker last week and
visited at tho J. E. Sinclair home
in Upper Timber Canyon. They
returned homo Friday aecom
panied by Mrs. Sinclair and fam
ily who will spend u few days at
the county seat.
Miss Bcssiu Quimhy has return-1
ed from a vielt at Imnaha.
! M. C. M. DimmickiHnursinc
Mrs. W. W. Kirby at Baker.
Try our "Beacon Blend" colfeo
many uro ubIhk it. Haley'B. ad
Mr. and Mrs. 10. E. Augustus
wore at the county scat Tuesday.
A lai'Ko crowd uttended the
danco at New Bridfto laBt Satur
You cannot donv that the Euulc
' Valley News is ro(a)tt if you have
noticed our new birii.
Miss Vchf.a Grain was in from
the county Heat and spent the
week end with her parents.
MisH Merle Simonia Iiub bten
secured to teach the Bobiuette
school which will open tho 23rd.
A line baby cirl arrived in
New Bridge last Thursday night,
at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. 'John
The News has been ordered
sent to the address of Dad"
Owing at New Bridge and Levi
Owing at Monida, Montana.
Plans are being made for b big
"Liberty Bully" in Eagle Valley
on or about Sept. lGth. Full par
ticulars will be given next week.
Clean up your lawr.B and yards
ao tho numerous visitors arriving
n tho Valley daily will know you
taku pride in the looks of your
There will be big money made
Kalnh Saunders added m name
to the News list this week.
Klenzo Tooth Paste 25c per tube
at Kichland Drug Store. ad
Several young folks from Eagle
Valley attended a dance at Cor
nucopia Monday night,
Mrs. Chaa. E. Barber and chil
dren left Tuesday for u vititwith
Mrs. Nellie Crcpp at Banks, Ore.
Messrs. C. T. Godwin, Forrest
L. Hubbard and Ira L. Hodman
were Kichland visitoiB Fridaj
Miss Lenora Hewitt expects to
leave Sunday for Baker where
kIiu will attend high school the
Special line of children's hats,
alBo Borne swell dress ginghams
just received at Saunders Bro's.
Mrs. diet Evans and daughter
Donna, returned Saturday from
a visit at Midvale. Weiser and
other Idaho points.
The New Bridge school opens
next Monday. Mis:es Mary Dus
tin, Edith Martin and Lucile
Brooks are the teachers.
John F. Herr was at Baker
Monday in attendance at a con
vention of district chairmen for
the Fourth Liberty Loan.
Ben Carter took his little daugh
ter Lavella to Baker, Tuesday,
where she will submit to an oper
ation for the removal of adnoids.
Mrs. Joe Carmll was taken sr
Where is the Photo
of your Soldier f
' or Sailor Boy
in tho dairy business for years to:
iously ili at her home at Sparta
come; ttet into line now uy uuy-
ng some of the Selby Jerseys to
c sold at auction next Monday.
New Bridge was the busiest
placji in Buker county Sunday, p'
Autos and wagons ' from various I '
fectioiii, several parties from be-'
yond LaCran -'e, were in for pears,
peaches, tomatoes, etc.
Delayed shipment of syrups just
arrived, including Log Cabin, Tea
Garden Drips, Circus, Amber,
Wedding Breakfast White Corn,
Wedding Break fast sorghum, and
ad E. & W. Chandler.
Lieut. L. B. Mooroof Gresham,
was a visitor at the Geo. B. Saun
ders home the first of the week.
Lieut. Moore has just finished a
term at the Ollicers' Training ,
School at Camp Lewis ami re
turned Tuesday to enter active
Kev. J. M. Johnson returned
from the Methodist conference at
Milton on Tuecday evening. He
was appointed pastor of the Kich
land Methodist church for tho
coming year and will fill the pul
pit both morning and evening
next Sunday, also at Now Bridga
vi 4 o'clock in tho afternoon Mr.
Johnson is so well liked through
out tho community there is no
question but that ho will make a
grand success of the pastorate.
GiV-l Faith In Chamberlain's Colic and
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"Cliaiiil)ur!uln'n Colio and Diarrhoea
Kcniudy was iinud by my father ubout n
vour uito whun lin hnd diarrhoea. It ro
llnvcd him Pninudlntoly and by taking
th roo d DfluB lin wuh ubBolutttly cured. Mo
Jioh urout fultli in thin romody," writes
Mrnl W. H. WlllrumH, Stanley, N, Y.
People Speak Well of Chamberlain's
"I hnvu been (jelling Chamberlain'
Tublutb for about two yoara ond hoard
mich kooU roKjrtn from my tmstunerH
tliut 1 cuuuluded to ulvo them u trial
myttelf, and can nay that I do not bulluvo
there Ih another preparation of the kind
equal to them," writes 0. A. Mellride,
ileadford, Out. If you are troubled with
indlKCHtlon or conutlpatlon eivo thorn ft
trial. They will do you Kod.
The Rdxall Fountain Pen, $1 to
$4.50 notio bottar. Buy one at
kichland Drug Btore,--ad
hist Fridav und was brought to
her sister's, Mrs. Conrad Steel
man, in Kichland. Her conciticn
is extremely critical and very
lit Lie bono entertained for her
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McCraw,
who have been visiting here with
their son for the past several
weeks, left Tuesday for Wood
bum. Ore., where they expect to
J. i Thrasher of Sparta was a
visitor Saturday and informed us
that ho has received a saw outfit
!ind haa 11 lot of wood for sale at
S2 per rick in the timber near the
Having received notice that he
would be called for naval service
before October 1st, Dr. Beck cut
short his stay at Cornucopia and
returned to Kichland yesterday.
Ho will remain here until Uncle
Sam culls him,
Mrs. Perkins of New Bridge
sends us her son's address so any
nf his friends WishinK to write
him may do so:
Oscar J. Hunnel,
Battv B, 13 Bn., F. A., K. D.,
Cmww y.ncharv Tavlor.
Kalph Guyer, who was recently
transferred from tho aeroplane
to the balloon division and is now
ntntinnni at Camu John Wise.
San Antonio, Tex. writes his
parents that ho is getting alonfe
fine but is mighty tired of tho
heat and dry weather of Texas.
He won "excellent" in his trade
test and has taken examination
for service overseas. Ho says ho
is very anxious to "go across"
Has a Hlflh Opinion of Chamberlain's
"I liavo a IiIrIi opinion of Chamber
lain's Tablets for biliousness pnd as a
lHxative," writes Mrs., 0., A. Bnrmw,
Charleston. IlL "l h.vo .neyqr found,
Don't Hide It Away
Place it in a
Victory Photo Frame
Auto Truck Service!
I have secured a Federal Truck of 3,000 pounds
capacity, and will make regular trips to and from
Rakei, and solicit your patronage. All orders, large
or small, will receive prompt attention. Terms
reasonable. Leave orders at postoffice.
J. 0. STICKNEY, - Richland, Oregon
McDowell Bros. & St. John
Bee Keepers Supplies of all kinds
Hives, Supers, Cards, Foundation, etc.
All orders filled promptly and satisfaction guaranteed
Write, phnne or call for prices.
C. C. St. John, Manager, - Richland, Oregon
GVKS-ll JU . ? CU-L...
Summons all the forces and resources of the Republic to
the defense of Freedom ' .
THE OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
which the United State authorises havtt ranked as one of the
fifteen distinguished institutions cf the country for excellence in
military training, lias responded to the cell. The College is.
distinguished not only far its military instruction, but - .
Dian:;cuisurD Atso ror. , .
Its strong industrial courses for men and for woacn
In AsriMltare, Cor-nt ret. ngr!s. IWwy
llo:nt Economic, Mining, riurmicy, ioU
tts wholesome, purposefal student life.
Its democratic collece spirit.
Its successful graduates.
Students enrolled last year, 433; stars on its service flags,, 1238,
over forty percent representing ofiicers.
Collego opens September 3, 1918 .
for cu!.tiewIliau"J BooVIet, indotheintorattiwiUetotheUcrtijf,CoralU.Oicon
...ufhinr. , mllii and nleaBant tojiw
My brother has also mod, thcao pibiuts
Trab5i4 for tlikiecy J
t r ! . vr.H ?-
UNIVERSITY o OREGON
FulIviMiuiiipetl Hlicrnl ciillnro mul ncientriotUpnrhtienlB. Spcoinl
irnhiintl in Coiiuihtcc. .lonrnnliMin, , Archiledtire. Law, Alodiciiio
T.-achliii!.I.IIrnry Work. JINlr.lliiiiciiiuirih. iijwrut
1 .11 1'ljl. l.lr.. In rrr.rril X..,r. Cu...pW. .y.lrm l IrcncU. bf.Jr-,
L Tulllun I'lllil- Uuritry ul SO.000 vo1uiih. Dormllorttk for ui ai wurorn.
KX il ;,,t,ir owr..lnurli opiioflunily lor worUlu. oilcH 'iKf.jr,
Wll IrSUIr.r. liu.ejir, lrr.un. lor iipirniru U90-1C1. .