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Attend the Thanksgiving Sf rvices at thg Mpthodi ghypch tonight
EAGLE VALLET NEWS
VOLUME 7, NO. ,j
RICHLANQ, QREGQfy THURStjY, NQVEEIJ J8, f$
$2.00 A YEAR
FREDERICK f? WILSON
Physician gnpj Sifgoon
Richlnm, ;; Oregon
Night 'phonp, oqo lopg ring on
I)ay Ip'ipno cn pontral ofDpo.
MUTUAL CREAiyiEF?Y 0O:
Prepm, Milk Eggs
l. MkKirk, Resident Managpr
RICHIAND : : : PRfGpN
W. E. BAIRD
Cftiketa unit If tttt uda pf Alt Ijcf
Ahvjf 'lu Mock
Illiuno: TwoeliortH. Po pp
JSEW MODERN CLEAN
Under Qlrect SqperyisjQn
of Tljp Qwnpr
Spvclql Hptpn tp JV'inqpi!iit flHL'pt
Irvine Lodge No, g6
Knlglits of Pytija?
Muot ovory W)uemlur iilj-lit nt tliclr
( CnBtlo Hull In Molilnml, 0(ui;an. Visit
ing Ilrotliurignailo wulcowo.
u. ft. iMsrpifSoJf, o.p.
W. C. idj.UY, K.ofK.
W. R. USHER I
Olllcy, SmoihI nml Walnut SU.
' OpposlW Ohrletln'U Cljurcli
-All kinds of legal blanks oh hand
xour paironngu sonciteu
Attbrfifey it Law
A Floor Sommsrs Building
Hdiiimor Bldg. lhikur, Orufco'ii
OVER THEJTOP AGAIN
Tho exact amount given bythg
people of Eagle Valley $ the
JJnitod War Work" Fund hau nqt
yot been made public, but jjhnir
nian J. M. Chase informs us (hat
jt $wjl bo clofle to $3,000, thus
kgepmg up our record of '"going
oyer (ho top(" ip every drive afqcp
(jC war begapV
Iprewi(h, ja gjygn the balangc,
gf tfjiqrppnt;juuto3 fo the United
nF Worjc'Fu'rjq. Jn checking
PP jt wbb f ound ttyat jn several
instances t dppllcatp had not
been made wh,f p the receipt was
wrjttep, pgncp if any person who
gjjye to tli e. fppd does ppt litid
thgjr narpo on te published list
we will dcerp it a1 favor jf (hpy
wjjl notify ug at once.
" " 525.0Q
ChqpHarvill Nqble Holcflmb
jlRPPhHartlpy EN fay lor
EHQhandlor , CCMason
Carjt'arnahan Frank Ashbjr
LIBERTY BOYS AND GIRLS.
Richland school, $01.75
New Bridge school, $53.15
E. V. High school, $30
Pleasant Ridge school( $15.50
Sunny Side schOoh $11.65
At Kind ttio Thanksgiving ser
vices ut tho Methodist church
Ladles, don't overlook our sale
on millinery. One-third off on
all hats. E. &W. Chandler. ad
After nil, it was probably hard
er for the well-to-dd rilah to dig
up his dollars fqr the U. W. W.
Fund tttdh it. was ftir the ppof
man ii gve.
Ftftlr million five hundred thous
and letters from tho Yanks oyor
Bcds were received at New York
lat Sunday. The messages that
thqy contairi will sure1 bd interesting.
Foui? of Ow Home ggy Pead
Qnfj Makps thp. Spprcrae Saprifif e $M Ff8Id
That (Ijq wH j filniin? jtg tojl of Ijvgs, this, conimnj
is dawning clcarty upon our. mjn,ds thqqg (hg roap of baftjg has
ceased. On Sarrjay Retei; qiscjn pgqeiv.ed word (h'f her. son
Harry Thompson Ip'tped, jn' France, a yj'ctjm of p'n(euonil.','
Following thu( flows was, ftq appercfi pf Heqroope'namg
in the casualty list gs bejnc kjlled jn J?rgpe.
On Monday wor.d fogefjed 'hefe .ha tpy'Ca:oefs h.ad djejj
Camp Mi.l. N. Y.? and (hat ajrr gop p(f fjpw I?'ri(jge hd
passed away atCam.ii Pike, Arkansas.' u '' ' ,v'
The heartfelt syqp'ljy' of ajl is extsqd.(4 (q (h,e. r?Ja( vgs pf
these four boys, two of vho.m will be fntcjpcQ jn FpRce jipjij such
time as cur governmgnf sens fit to return them to thq soil of' fhejr
birth. 'Tis true that'bf qpe. of thei) iq$ fijb Ijfe ' jn, b'attfe, (he
others were victims, qf disgasp Yet aU maqg thtg sijpcgnie sprifige
that tfje world might be rpade sae from. Ggrmap 3piina(iqp, apd
their names will al he jn5pfibed on (fcg tyoflyy lojf q'f Hon'g "
was born t Conrarp, Ky., op
Nov. 17, 1889, and was killed on
(he battlefield jn France flrrje:
(ime jast mopth, tho exap( da(g
jjeing ye( qnknpwp hprg.
He was palled to the colpfrg jp
June, was at pamp Lewis g shopt
time, (jipp trapferrep to, papP
Fremqpt, anp! was sent qyprspas
in Augps't He was a merpbpp pf
Co. H, 40th giv., 15thjj'. . Ipf.
"Hank," as ho vag' morefa'r
miljarly kpowri to al in thjs. spp-
non, came 10 iiage yapey gpput
8 years ago. Hp wag hoppst, in
dustrious and of jovial nature apd
had a host of y'rn biepds. Be
fore leaving for service hp said
that he hoped tp be taken to the
front as soon as ppssible so that
he might do his' part in winning
the war. as he was confident that
he would never see Eagle Valley
again. His record will show that
hs "made good," we are sure.
Ho leaves two sisters, Mrs. J..
M. Smith and .Miss Giace Cooper
both of Spokane, Wash., and one
brother, James Cooper of Rich
land. Several more distant rel
atives also reside here.
was born at Walker, Vernon Co.,
Mo., on August 21, 1888, and
camo to Oregon when but one
year old. .Died in France on
Tuesday, November 5, 1918, of
He had heen a resident of Eagle
Valley practically all his life, and
Was known throughout this sec
tion as a honest, hard-working?'
When last heard from Harry
was a member of Co, H, 40th
Div., 158tH U. S. Inf., but no
word had been received from him
for some time. He is survived
by his mother; nine brothers and
two sisters, namely:
Mrs. Peter Oison, Richland, Or.
Mrs. J osie Jackson, Haines, Or.
Mrs. Hatty Wilson, Dolph, Or.
Norman, Rexburg, Idaho.!
Arthur, Camp Lewis, Wash.
Byron, Somewherb in France.
Molvirf, Somewhero in France.
William, Jlmmid, Leland, Del
bert arid Orson ot Richland,
WMRBN fcANfgL GQJg
was bgrp at gsb,qrne, Kjpgaj, qn
AugHi( 27, 8gS, apd, djefj at
Camp, Pjk?, Ark., pp M8VrF!Eber
WarppR FQpig (q Eagjg Valley
with hj? pargpts.jn igi a,pd made
his hpmp hpr-e pntjl,M.apci, 17.
Vtpn P.P PRljstpf $ Vanpqqver,
WftSh,;, ftqd. wp a.ssjgpgfi (q
2l8t Infantry: fiq Iqter
trapsfprred tq thp 81st Infantry,
bejpg Btatpped aga,mj3 Kpapppy
vuiu., wjuiu pfj sppyea as, ipqss
sergeant unfil a fepr weglfs. ago
whpp he gp(prp'd Qfijpers' Train
ing SchppJ at Camp Pike, Ark.
and no doubt woujd have won a
commission in a vgry shprt time.
It was npt knowp ftere that' Jie
was ill until tjip rpess.age came
announcing his. (jpath a. a rggult
of lobar pnepipppia.
He was a sturdy young man
and one amopg tht fipst to enter
service from thjs yicinity. lie is
survived by his mother,- Mrs. T.
A. Cobb of New Bridge, and
four sisters, namely: Mrs. 1. O.
Smith and Mps. Jessie Boomer,
both of Osbqrpe, Eansaj; Mrs.
Geo. W. Jones pf New Bridge,
and Mrs. E)tbel Brown of Mqn
mouth, Ore. Two brothers and
his father passed away some
It is expected that the remains
will reach here Saturddy and if
such is the case the funeral sgr
vices will be held Sunday after
noon at the Methodist church in
ROY E. CAROTHERS
was born in Alturas county, Ida.,
ofi July G, 1886, and died at Camp
Rlills, L. I., N. Y., on Sunday,
Nov. 24th, 1918, aged 32! years,
4 months and 17 days.
Roy was called to the colors on
Sept. 5th,first being sent to Camp
Lewis, Wash., later to Camp Fre
mont, Calif., artd was at Camp
Mills ready to go overseas when
taken with the flu. The last let
ter received from him stated he
was convalescent and it was not
known that ho had pneumonia
until last Friday when a message
announced that ho was seriously
ill, And tho next word was of
lli8, JfS WS 5 number 0
po. p, gjs( U. S. nf.
' fyj was (lie ejdest son of Mr.
Chas. AVCarotlWrs amfhad been
a resident of Ropingtfe for 1G
yearj. ffe was a rparj of much'
pusin'egs abjiit'y and wp consid
ered ope 0 tng post ppmjsing
youn sjo'cltmen of 'thjs section.
He is supiveq jjy jijs father,
namea above, three sisters and
anq png bcpther, all who reside
at Rabjppffe; namy? Mjs. Keith
Allen, Mrs. Maudg Houston, Mrs.
mm ?na ' Car:
qafufdy dpd (jig fuperaf will bq
held ai (b,e Rjcfilgpd Me(h'odist
two qJQlpgjt, fley.-J. M. jlphnson
Rqys ppqy w 11 be lajd (o rest
ip tfjg ga,gg Y fgy cepip'(ery by
M$ Pf m Rf mother.
vty. ?M y? ars. ae?-
Attenfjen. eights pf Pythias.
QiJinj? 18 YgnP rp.a?pns nq
mgetjpg gs bgpp held by Irvine.
LqVj"W!jfl: fqFsP.m tjme past,
as 3 pgpsegugnpe rpuch jmpprtant
busjpggg h2 appumulted; there-l
fqrg 1 'paFliPsijy ve$m$ tjigpres:
nc fif all IPgnjbeFi 3.t a meeting
tq hgM flS$t ypp'ngsday night
Dec 4tb.' Gome early.
jgte Qirrent News.
?hff naJfle ra,pk Hubler of
HaJfwRy pppparpdpn ye'sterday'4
cgsual(y list as kjllpd in aption.
& 'puplgp pf Amerjcan sub.
cljjjsgrs ape pn their way back.
gpp S.opalis.ts ceniand jmm'e:
djafp pqpjshnient qf the Hohenr
11 b8t(lpsnips surrendered by
Qgrrnppy vl be inspected by
expgrts pf thp entente tp ascer
tain jf (hey contain any pew fea?
(yres and after the peace confer?
epge will bp tiken put tq sea and
3nk in deep water.
Tborpas Mopney heartily ap;
proves the nation-wjde strike to
be called byt labor unions in his
behalf, Mooney was convicted
of murder and is sentenced to bo
banged on Friday, Pec 13th.
President Wilson will sail for
Europe next week and expects to.
bo gone until the middle of 'Jam
Allied troops in Russia are facv
ing grave danger according to,
latest advices. Real winter has,
set in which gives the Bolshevik
forces much advantage.
A Letter of Appreciation.
Portland, Ore., Nov. 25, 1918.,
C. E. Thorp, Editor,
Eagle Valley News, Richland.
Dear Sir: I want to express to,
you my appreciation of your very
generous support of the Uniteo
War Work Campaign in the col-.
Umrwof your paper1. This service,
was 0 peculiar value to the" sue
cess of tho campaign dwing to,
our inability td reach the peopla
from tho public platform.
Very truly yours,
O. W. Davidson,