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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View This Issue
& W. Chandler
easonable Dress Goods
in all fabrics
Women's Wash Dresses and Aprons
in Percales and Cheviots and all desirable colors
Our Fall Line of Millinery
Watch for opening announcement
in Dress and Work
and all the latest
patterns and fabrics.. Cali and examine our line.
We sell the
Original Chippewa Work Shoe
All others are followers
Just received a iine of Boys' and Men's
Military Hats, manufactured by Gor
don & Furguson. They, are right
DA RY ST
OCK AT AUCTION
km 4 x XT
i . ' r
At the old Bill Wright Corral in Richland
Monday, September 9th
CAN OREGON REPEAT?
Q7 TI of jersey grade catlie, including 14 first class
u i LsJLOXX milch cows, 1 fine 2-yr-old heifer, 4 year
ling heifers, ana 8 extra good calves.
Nothing Reserved, all must be sold. Sale starts at 1:30
TERMS All sums of $25 ana under cash. On sums over $25 one
years time will be allowed purchasers privinc bankable note,
Come prepared to buy
Fred Selby, Owner
What You Want
For Sale or Trade, For Rent,
Wanted to Buy, lite.
Comb Honey in 3 !b cards for
sale at W. T. BennehofFs.-43p
Home Cured Bacon and shoul
ders for sale at Ianthus Chand
ler's ranch, Richland. ad2t
Lost last Friday between the
J. R. Lee ranch in Dry Gulch and
the Jesse Schultz place at New
Bridge, a ladies' gold watch. Re
ward if left at News office.
Sliced boiled ham, veal loaf and
pickled pigs feet; fine eating; for
sale at Frank Clarke s. ad
Parties having honey for sale
will dp well to see Saunders Bro's
before selling elsewhere. ad
Another supply of these deli
cious ginger snaps in barrels, 35c.
Lost Three letters between
Mrs. Beck's place and Mrs. Sanr
Cover s. lunder will please leave
them at News office.
Sweet Corn, 25c per single dozen
20c per dozen in lots. Mulkey's.
150 tons of hay for sale, also
pasture. Good feeding ground
with running water. Write or
phone J. L. Soule, Baker, Ore.
School opens Monday and we
have books for all departments,
also tablets, ink, crayolas, paints,
liens, pencils, E. & VV. Chandler.
INTHF, ClKCl'ir COURT OF THE
STATK OF OHKGON KOK Till'
COUNTY OF HA K Kit.
FRANK I'.HIMPKINS, Plaintiff,
JULIA A. SIMPKINS, Defendant.
To Julia A. iimpnins, tho above de
In the name of the Statu of Oregon yon
are nereny notnieti and renin reel to an
pear unci aiiMver tlto complaint of the
plaintiff hied airaniHt you in the uhovc
entitled court and cause on or before the
latl. day of September, 1018. and if you
fail to co app-ar and answer, plaintiff
will take default against jou and will
thereafter apply to the court for the rt
lief prayed for in the complaint to-wit
for a decree forever dissolving tho-bonds
01 matrimony now existing between
plaintiff and defendant and for a decree
of divorce absolute from the defendant
This summons in publiahed for nix
viuukh uinj M'ven punncMioug inereoi in
tne Jvajjie Valley ftews, published at
K.chland, Huker County, Oregon, by
order of tho Hon. Gustav Anderson, Cir
cult Judgi of the State of Oregon for
Iho County of Uaker, laid order having
been made on UiolJtli davof July, 1918,
YY. II. HTKAYKK,
Attorney for Plaintiff
First Pub. Aug. 1, 1918.
Last Pub. Kept. 12, 1918.
The vaults of the U. S. Treasury again need
refilling. Ivut increasing expenditures necessary
to hasten the cud of the War. tin Kccpiug-iip and
Hacking-up of "Our Hoys," the Sustaining of the
Allied Nation and their Peoples, the Perpetua
tion of Deiuoeraev and Destruction of Autoc
racy require the unstinted .sacrifice the DO
YOfJIt W-ST. NOT SIMPLY "HIT," or every true
The live of the -Ith Liberty Loan Is here.
FIHST in every patriotic endeavor, OIUiCiON
cannot, mill mil, j.'hi nnl falter NOW. With mere
to work for, more to give for, more to sacrifice
for every true O roninn will make it M duty
to see that Oregon DOliS KKl'liAT Lv Riinigovur
the top FJHS 1 opt e twain.
While Iho can imign does not officially start
until September UKtli. we will no voluntarily
pledge our .subscriptions and nnli Ipotc our
miulus 1 1 in 1 In this town, tins rmutlii ana llus slate
IT WILL UP. OVI2H WHJ-N ITS OPIINKI). r
Klenzo Tooth Paste 25c per tube
at Richland Drug Store. ad
Sunnyside school opens Sept.
IGth with Mis3 Ruby Gentry in
Ed Ritch left for Union this
morning from which place he will
ship his Iambs.
A winsome baby girl arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olin
Govor on August IGth.
Every man over 18 and under
4G must register Sept. 12th unless
I e is in military or naval service
or has previously registered.
Mrs. Pulliam and little son re
turned to Washington, D.C., Sat
urday after several weeks visit
with her sister, Mrs. Winter
The B'-C postroad from Rich
land to the foot of the Halfway
grade and the S-ag section thru
Pine Valley have been approved
by the Government and a call
made for bids for construction.
Among others leaving yester
day with the Baker county quota
were Alfred Bluhm, Mark Blue,
Riusel Mitchell. Harrv Mt&on.
Claud Hamilton. Paul Watrner.
Jos. Jacobs, Page Jeffords, Harry
B. F. Mitchell of Sparta made
this office a pleasant call Satur
day. He informed us that his
daughter, Miss Eunice, and his
son Dwight, are attending college
at Stockton, Calif. Mr. Mitchell
has two sons in army service: II.
P., stationed at Camp Wheeler,
Ga., and L. B.( who is at Camp
SMASHES HIS GERMAN RAZOR
Going to Buy Instead Ono
Bears s United States
St. Paul, Minn. "Made In Germany."
, ThcHe words Inscribed on a brand
new razor purrhiiHcd tho other day by
Trafllc Patrolman Thomas Hrown.
whose Hindoo Is at Fourth and Wahnsli
streets, ho enraged him after IiIh atten
tion' Was called to It by Dan Costello
that ho smashed the "Hun" razor
against the court house wall.
"I wouldn't aliavo myself with nny
i)t those 1 1 razors If I had
to," mild IJrown.
"Now I'm going to buy a good razor
nnd ll'tf going to bo marked 'Made In
U. 8. A.' nnd don't you forget It," wcro
his parting words.
Dr. R. H. Beck
Office al Richland Hold
I Will vunaln Iiaca fVw etevA
weeks, or until Uncle Sam calls
me, and will look after vein
dental needs. We fjuaranf-ee
ill our work lo be satisfactory
Plate and Bridge Work. a
ANGELIC RUFFIAN A PROBLEM
Jeffords, John Macy: Geo.
and Roy E. Carrothera.
Experience the Best Teacher.
It U L'cncrallv mlmlttnd that rrur.
iencu is tho bent tnadlor, but nhoiild wo
not make uno of thooxporloncuof otliors'
3H well as our own? Tho oxporioncoof a
thoiiHand purHoiiwjH inoro touudorximlod
uwn than that of ono individual. Many
thousands of uernniK havo mh Cliiim.
borlaln's f!ouli Ilomudy for coutrlM and
coIdH with tho huHt results, which shows
It In bo a thoroughly ruliabiu pronarHtlon
flir thoso dUiiusfs, Try It. It Is pronipl
mid offuctual unij ilooant to iaW,
British Lad Is Only Four, bUt British
Colonel Seeks h Trainer
Londo'hV-fho following advertise-'
ment from a London nowsnapor shows
that n colonol had a greater problem
than commanding his men:
"Colonel, young wlfo and small ruf
fian of angelic exterior, ago four, offer
home, board and .$l.r0 a year to a
young lady who will undertake to In
still Into mild riillliiu tho elements of
a IJayard, develop a naturally, strong
affection and help said wife In liousu
nnd domestic duties. Family, less
colonel, pleaaautly Minuted. Oood par
eutago and upbringing and u cheery
disposition mailt ctucntlnls. No pen.
MOftE FRUIT and LESS SUGAR
Not Coal Laud.
Department of Ihtvinterlor.
U. H. Land Olllw at Udrniidu, Oro
ioii, Aii'miHt in, HUN;
Notice is linn-hy given that John .
Morunn, of Itiehlaiid, Oregon, uho, on
November '.'.I, 11)1-1, mmle lloiuestead
Kntry.No (llll)IL' for N l-'i NK1 -I, fl e.
1 1. slid N l-HNW 1-1. Sue. IS. Township
U imlli, ItaiiL'o 1,'t ICiiHt. U'lllanicttn
Mi'rldiau, has fllud notlco of intention
to inako three year 1'roof, lo i kIuIiIIJi
eluim to theliiinl above deijcrllied, boforn
A. II. Combs, Jr., at linker, Oregon, on
tho 11th day of Oclolnr, HUH.
Claimant namee as wltueHKes: John
U. Havre of llnlfer, Oregon; Willlsni
llurdv of linker, Oregon j Otto Hehlllnr,
of Itiehlaiid, Oregon; I'M ward V. KiihIii
liro'in, of Keating, Oreiou.
0, S, Dunn, Uuglvtuf.