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Volume 7, no. 2
RICHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, L918
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FREDERICK R WILSON
Physician and Surgeon
Richland, :-i Oregon
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Your patronage solicited
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1 Attorney at Law
fourth Floor Sommers 'Building
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THE DRIVE ENDS
Tho drive for tho United War
Work Fund closed last evening
and it Ib confidently expected
that Eagle Valley mado Rood and
raised its quota of $2250, but as
some of the solicitors have not
yet turned in their receipt books
the total cannot be given ut this
Now Bridge raised her sharo in
a short litno and a glance at the
list below shows that the people
of that district gave to the limit.
The other districts of the Valley
wore slow to respond and it has
taken a lot of hard work to ac
complfsh what has been done.
Herewith is Riven the list avail
able up to last evening; we will
give the remainder in our next
issue. It will be noticed that
some names appear more than
once they gavo and gave again.
J Al Johnson
WBCooper ' f
NEW BRIDGE DISTRICT
JNIIolcomb and wife
JWCdrnahan Williams Bros.
J II Arthur Barney Eidson
John J Vernon
$3- . .. .
Riqjiland, Sunny Side, Ple'jisi
ant Kicijje and uaiy creek
Thos. Soigol . J
Sunny Side School -
GeoBSaujidors IN Young..' 4j
CWBrooks... Sass & Schnau
John Densicy DnoFIIurr
Eaglo Valley State Bank
IVfAllen : 'CowanGo.vet'
Mr and Mrs J MChae,
Wm Haunders f
Chet Evans MrsJuh'aTolley
EdUitch vNbEThorp & wife
Mr and Mrs Peter Sags
Mr and Mrs John Perry
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Frank Clarkb and wife
Mr and Mrs P T-Wyatt
Lynn Hoi comb ' Bcssi eQu i m by
DWJones and family
Mr and Mrs Allan Binheimer
Dan Brad ford
Mr and Urs D W Allen
Mr and Mrs J O Stickney
JamesGorden , JPHalley
Mr and Jvlrs J Roscoo Lee
, . $3.50
$3.00 , , .
Mr anrLMrs J E Wallaco
RMKirk Jack Vernon
Mr and Mrs' Ed Derrick
Mr and Mrs Eagle Chandler
JAKirb'y - ESmitfi
Wm Kirby and children'
WinnifredSimonis Ruby Gentry
Mrs ML Ferguson
What shall We in Eagle Valley
do this ThanKSgiving Day?
Only another week and our
National Thanksgiving Day will
be here. Shall we celebrate it in
the-ppirit that we should at this,',
the most momentous hoBr of our
Since the founding of this na
tion we have always had many
reasons for the observance of a
Especial day of Thanksgiving, and
since the first day the people of,
our nation were called together
for a thanksgiving service there
have been many to respond to the'
call year by year, but never be
fore were there so many hearts
devoutly thankful to Almighty
Gcd'.forall blessipgs and benefits;
Why not all oUr citizens co
operate with the churches in a
grand union Thanksgiving service
next Thursday, Nov. 28th? An,
hour could be set that would be
convenient to alh a suitable pro
gram arranged, and we are con
fident that the meeting would' re
sult in much benefit.
MrsJ J McDowell
Former Eagle Valley Resident
a Victim of Influenza
A letter from Mr. F. E. Herr
to Rsv. J. M. Johnson, dated Pt.
Richmond, Calif., Nov. 10. 1918,
says in part ;
Elvie was called at a p. m.
this evening. She was taken
down with the influenza oh Nov,
1st; complications set in after the
birth of her baby girl, which were
the immediate Cause of her death
Elvie was married to Mr.(J. J.
Daley on Nov. 12th, 1917, at
Tonapab, Nevada. She will be
buried at Oakland, Calif. She
was born at LaGrande, Ore., on
Sept. 21st, 1893. She was living
in Oakland until, she was taken
stek when she came out here. We
are really a suburb of Oakland
The children always called Eagle
Vailcy their home.
"Elvie died as she had lived
a devoted Christian.
, "Mrs Herr was taken .down
with the influenza on the 2nd of
this month; she is in bed yet but
Many residents of Eaglet Valley
hold, -this family in very kind re
membrance and wjll isympathizo
with t)iem sincerely In this hour
, Outing flannel night-gowns and
pajamas at Saunders Bro's, ad
Five Irrigation Projects Under
Way in' Baker County
The building'qF five irrigation,
projects that are now being, or
ganized; jby ' HcGg Tw'eed,:
County AgricuIturatAgent, will
be a great boon tti Baker count.
The building of these projects at
this time will be fitting with the
epding of the war when thous-,
ands of soldiers will return to
civil lite, besides the many that
are engaged in war work.
The projects that are now in.
process "of 'organization are the,
Sparta district which has 14,000,
acrs; Durkee-Br.dgeport district
6000 acres; Northfork district
4000 acres; tfhity district 8000
acres; Medical Springs 4500 acres.
The productive farm values of
the county -will . be increased by.
$2,737,500 and annual farm pro
ducts will be a half million more.,
In addition to the five above
mentioned, another project is be
ing worked out that will reclaim,
several thousand acres, of land;
adjoining Eagle Valley on the
The Sparta Irrigation District
will be acted upon by the. County
Court in the December term.
Church Services Resumed ,
Unless there isi. further devel-c
opment of the influenza this week;
the regular services wjll open as
formerly. . .
Prayer meeting at the Metho
dist church in Richland on Wed-?
nesday eve, and- in the Saints
church at New Bridge on Thurs
day eve, at 7:00 o'clock.
Sunday Services: . c
SUnday School in both places at
10 a ,m. , ; . , ,
f Preaching in Richland at It a.
m. and -7:S0 p,-m,. - 5
Preaching at Now Bridge at
8 o'clock p m." '.- !
t Epworth)Leagu-atG:30pi m,)
J, M. Johnson, Pastor,