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Buy "Kuro'' syrup at Haley's.
IWt fail to read the "What
You Want" column.
Kov. J. M. Johnson was a vis
itor at tho county sont Monday.
Arch Harvlll, Joe Kendall and
Hilly Ferguson wore Baker visit
Uao "Brilta" powdf-rod am
monia for all household uses, nt
Sam Summers' and Thos. Scigol
nhippod Hivorat cars of Iamb3 to
Omaha thb week.
Clms. Leo of Maker spent the
week ond in Kaglo Valley, tho
guest of MiBH Churbery Downs.
Miss Loin Uoliiion returned to
Baker, Monday, after a short
visit in Uichland with her sister
Miss Opal Robinson,
Muy "Thanksgiving Eats" at
Uuley's. Wo will have celery,
lotUce, cranberrios, swoot pota
toes, mince-moat and tnany other
goo. I thinKS. ad
Chostnr Mason announces that
next season hu wil not (ill silos
for other farmcra an the work on
his own ranchjs all ho will bp
able to look after,
Harold Taylor of Aatorin.noeom
panied by his mother, Miu J.' II,
Taylor of Haines, departed Tuest
day after a few days visit at tho
M. D. Simonis homo at New
Bridge. Mr, Taylor ia superin
tendent of tho 0, A. C. experi
mental farm near Astoria.
Throughout tho country cane
raising has experienced a great
revival in the past two years, and
there is little doubt but that sor
ghum cane will be a profitable
crop for several years to come.
Sorghum cane will grow to per
fection in Eagle Valley and sev
eral of our farmers are thinking
of planting it next year.
An Old Man's Stomach
As wo ki-ow older mid km uctlv", UteH
and Iwhh luod in required lo in out tho do
inundri of our bodied, If too in licit Ih
habitually tnlcon, tho Moomch will rebel.
Whim u mini reiiuliOH tho mlviuiuetl uuo
of K5 or W, you will tlnd that ho In n lluht
entor. Ito ns cnruful a you wlll.howovur
you will oLTHBloiially out moro than you
uhould mid will fuel tl.o need of Chain
bnrliiin'H Tablets to correct thu disorder.
TIiohi) tiiblcts do not contain poilu, hut
fttroiiKthun tht ttoinach and ounhlo it to
IKirforin Ita functions naturally. Thoy
also cause n Kuntlo movement of tho
Buy W.S.8. ths month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Saunders
wont to Hot Lake Monday.
Sum-E-Kar, Kiddio-Kar and '
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ii i-uuiua lit ouuiiuurH uro b. ou
Mlsa Winnifrcd Green of Rob
Incite entered R V. High this
Mrs. P. T. Wyatt anc daughter
Kduu atHoed to Hakor and return
Josephine Ayres went Jo Baker
last week for a fow dayo vjsjt
with frjends.. '
Raisins, currants, celery', sweat
potatoes, otq., for Thanksgiving
at Kendalls. a:l
HumI'II Mitel. ull has written
his parents at Sparta ljat he has
arrived safely overseas.
I'Vod Cooper discontinued his
auto stage service between Baker
and Corpueopia last Saturday.
II. II. Moody assisted the soli
citing committee nt New Bridge
throughout the entire .U. V. W.
The federal govornmont has
approved the Baker-Cornucopia
postroad and work will start be
MiHS Irene McCullani returned
Monday fo Baker aftor a throe
weeks' visit at the home of her
sister, Mrs. M. A. h'ennett.
Thanksgiving Sale of Millinery
- all of our women's, misses and
children's hats at one-third off
until Dec. 1. 13. & W. Chmdlcr,-
Miss Pearl L. Applegatp of
Salem, arrived in Richland last
week and Monday entered upon
her duties as an instructor in
B. V. High,
W. W. Kirby lias been appoint
ed administrator of the estate of
Mary Kirby, decoasod, and John
Fraser, Eli Chandler and W. E,
Barber named as appraisers.
All members of tho Red Cross
ato requested to meetat the IC. P.
hall next Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Election of officers and
other business. J. M. Chase.
' Lou Hartley will start tomor
row for Portland, going with
several cars of cattle for Geo. B.
Saunders. Mrs. Hartley will
leave Monday and the couple will
spi-nd several weeks in Portland.
Tho Baker Hide & Junk Co.
wants your pelts, furs, hides and
junk of all kinds. Will pay one
cent more than any other party
in the field if brought in. Salted
hides now 18c, long wool pelt3
88c, per pound. Bring 'em in to
C. C. Mason, local agent. ad
Several of tho younger regis
trants in this community were
called to Baker for physical ex
amination this week, but Tues
day morni; g word was received
that all draft work had bon
called off and those who had re
ceived nottec need not appear.
Tho Richland schools opened
Monday as no new cases of flu
had been reported for over a
week. Tho rooms and hallways
aro sprayed each evening with a
powerful germicide rind other
precautions taken for tho safety
of tho students as regards tho
Certain Cure for Croup.
Aim. It o.ui .Mjddleton, of Greenville,
111,, Iiiin hml experlnnco In tho treatment
of tliiHdtHcnao. Sho wiyH, "Whon my
children were munlt my win had croup
frequently. Ghmuborhiin'HCQUirh Kern
ed y always broico up theeo attacks tin
mulliiliilv. iiiwl 1 wan never without it In
tho lioiiBO. 1 lmvu taken it myfiolf for
coukiid unu coma wuii k'uou. rcauiio,'
Sparta district moro than dou
bled its U. W. W., Fund epiota.
TJiqs. Soigol left yesterday for
Omaha with ffshlpmeptpf lambs.
Archie It. Cox of Brownlce was
a visitor at thjcj Saigb) hprno yes
Mrs. Mary Howard was a busi
ness visjtor at t)3 county seat
Mr?. Jcde Taylor and baby Cleo
aro in from Lo ver Powder River
district for a visit.
W. P. Davis and yy E. Farley
are building a new pond to their
anciios on ualy creek.
New shipment of shoes in gravs
blacks and grays, just received
at Saunders Bro?s. ad
J. II. Arthur left Tuesday for
Bowers Mill, Mo., whero he will
spend the winter with' relatives.
There will be a big dance at
tho Jim Trashcr place at Sparta
next Thursday night. Every
Robert Coble was badly hurt
Sunday by a horse falling on him
but at this writing no is rpported
getting along nicely,
B. F. Kiest was down frpm
Sparta, Manday. Ho informed
us that he has a large quantity
of extra fine potatoca for suic,
Pvt. Harry E. Mason, 12th Inf.
8th Div., Co. C, Camp Milts, N.
Y.-. writf s his mother that he had
a fine trip from California to New
York and passed through thirteen
states on the way.'
Joel Tuttle is at Hot Lake tak
ing treatment for lheumatism
from wlp'ch he lias been suffering
for sorpo time, ilis friends, and
they arc indeed many, hope for
an early recovery.
Rodney, the lG-ycar-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank jasper of
Baker, lost three fingers of his
right hand last Saturday by com
ing in contact with th machinery
in the box factory in that city.
Fred St. John lost tho end of
two fingers on his left hand 'last
Thursday at the Hartley ranch.
He1 was killing a chicken ana
made a bad stroke with the axe
and his fingers went along with
tho fowl's Imad.
Last Friday evening county and
city officers at Baker rounded up
four bootleggers and captured
27G quarts of booze. We are told
that if these saipe officials had
made any effort on Monday, Nov.
11th, they could have njade a far
An effort was made last Sun
day afternoon to arouse more in
terest in tho war fund drive. A.
A. Smith of Baker made a.strong
plea -and explained tho urgent
need for tho money asked, At
tho close of the meeting, which
was held in the street in front of
the K. P. hall, a number stepped
forward and raised the amount
thoy had previously pledged.
Card of Thanks.
Wo desire to thank our many
fiiends for tho kindness tendered
us and for tho beautiful floral
offerings in the sad bereavement
of our daughter and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Y. Matthews,
For a Weak Stomach
As n auuerni rule ull you need to do is
to adopt u iliet united to your ago and
occupntlon and to keep your bowels reg
ulnr. When vou fool that you havo eatun
too much and when coiiBtipatod, take
Buy the amount you have
pledged to buy, and more'
if convenient, before Dec. 1
and help put Baker county
pn the Honor List.
Your efforts in this matter
yvill be greatly appreciated;
0, KENDALL, Postmaste
We have just received notice from
Ed. V. Price & Co.
making to order
Ladies' Mannish Model Coats
from any fabrics in their immense
These are very stylish models and
are made to individual measure-
S ment. Come in and let us show 1
you the line anci the nifty styles,
i 99 .
galley's Cash Store i
Auto Truck Service!
I have secured a Federal Truck of 3,000 pounds
capacity, and will make regular trips to and from
Baker, and solicit your patronage. All orders, large
or small, will receive prompt attention, Terms
reasonable. Leave orders at pastoffice.
J. 0. STICKNEY, - Richland, Oregon
McDowell Bros. & Si John
I Bee Keepers Supplies of all kinds i
Hives, Supers, Cards, Foundation, etc.
All orders filled promptly and satisfaction guaranteed
Write, phone or call for prices.
C C. St. John, Manager, - Richland, Oregon
that they are now