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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View This Issue
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1HW BOY STOOD ON
THf BURNIN tKCIi
ARE CHILD ELOCUTIONISTS?
Farm hands arc badly noodod
(n tltiH section.
Jack High visited with friends
at Vnlo this week.
Children's and men's Kovcralls
at Saunders Bro's. a)
J. A. Kirby is convalescing
from an attack of pneumonia.
Flower and Garden Seeds, fresh
fjtock, at Richland DrugStorc.-nd
Mrs. Ralph Saunders of Half
way visited hero a few days last
Cecil Graven has rented the
Dufur ranch at Now Bridge of
Henry Morrison, Cas. Co. 37,
arrived at Camp Merritt from
Franco last week.
Several citizens from, this sec
tion will attend the "Rood roads"
mdoting at Baker tonight.
SherilT Anderson is making a
''drive" on auloownors wholmve
not secured thpir 11)19 license.
Frank Clarke has been appoint
pd town clerk of Richland to (ill
vacancy caused by resignation of
Buy Kodaks rtnd Kodak sup
plies before April 15th at thu
Richland Drug Store and save
the war tax. ad
Walt Cundiff has named his
now homo "Sunnybrook Farm"
and is setting an example for his
neighbors in the way of auto
farming, as he uses his Dodge
car for pulling thp spring-tooth
harrow, running ditches, etc.
Art Shoemaker arrived homo
Tuesday, having been mustered
out of service at Camp Lewis.
He Bpont several, months in
Franco in the 18th Art. C. A. C,
along with Hoy ID. Ritch and Jno,
Cole, both of whom also received
their discharge last week.
J. S. Bodab mot with a peculiar
accident last Friday afternoon,
Ho was raking and burning the
grass at tho cemetery when an
explosion took placo near him and
he received several slight wounds
in his left hand and leg. It is
thought that n dynamite citp,
dropped by some one when blast
ing out a gravo the past winter,
was raked up with tho dry grass
and exploded by tho heat.
Arc You Happy?
To lio happy yon must ho well. If you
are frequently troubled with constlpa
lion unit Indigestion you cannot J)o alto
gether lmppy. Tnko Chamborlaln's Tab
lots to correct these disorder. Thoy nro
prompt uml effectual, caby and pleasant
Xi take adv
Seo the movies fonjglif,
1 Ed Wallace vlsitoJ tho county
seat thts week.
I3d Augustus has purchased a
now Studolmkor car.
Fishing tackle, now stock just
received at Saunders Pro's. nd
i Jool Tultlo is sufTorinir from a
severe attack of sciatica rheu
Robt. Bcttner of Baker has
purchased the Willoughby nine)
nuovo New Mnrtgo.
Tim infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Bradford hao boon seriously
ill with pneumonia.
Col. Kirby left yesterday for
Pondloton to visit with his daugh
ter, Mm, Fred Fruaer.
W. L. Hill of Spartu was a vis
ilor Tuosdny and added his name
to our subscription Hit.
Monty Miller hus added a new
Cadillac 8 to his stage line. See
his adv on another page.
G. W. Jjartin is enjoying a
visit from his son, Mark, who is
planning on locating here.
Mrs. Ernest Saunders and chil
dren, of Halfwaj, are visiting
with relatives ana friends here.
For Private Sale a lot of mis
cellaneous household goods. Call
at my home.. Oscar Kendall. -ad
Martin Olson has sold the old
Joe Carroll place, consisting of
2 acres in Dry Gulch district, to
Miss Bessie Jones, who in at
tending Baker high school, visit
ed here with her parents a few
days last week.
Sheep, cattle, horses and poul
try arc umong pther things ad
vertised for sale in our "Want
Column" on back page.
A collision between Bob Tay
lor's auto and Richard Moody's
horse took placo on Main street
Friday night. Fortunatply little
NoticeThere will be worK-in
tho second degree at the regumr
meeting of the K P. lodge next
Wednesday evening. All mem
bers aro urged to be present.
Silk underskirts in assorted col
ors, house dresses, new percales
and ginghams, Gossard corsets
and brassieres, new table linens,
and other lines just received at
Saunders Bro's. ad
Rov. C. L. McCausland of
Butto, Mont., will be here and
represent the Methodist centen
ary movement on April JdU. Ur.
McCausland is Presiding Elder of
the Montana District.'
G. T. Perry of Baker, a pioneer
of Eagle Valley, visited hero
last week with his twosons, John
and Charles. Although almost
oighty-threo years of age, Mr.
Perry made tho trip on horse
The Victory Loan special train
carrying a monster exhibit of war
trophies from tho battlefields of
Europe will be at Baker on Thurs
day, April 10th, from 9:00 a. m.
until 1:40 p.m. Many of our
residents aro planning on seeing
How U Your Complexion?
A woman bIiouUI grow more beautiful
as situ crows older and sho will with duo
regard to bathe, diet and oxorclBO.mul by
koopliiR her liver and bowola in good
working order. If you aro haggard and
yullow, your ayes losing their lustre and
wimos necoming yonowisii, your llcsli
llabby, it may bo duo to indigestion or
lo a sluggish liver. Ghnmborlaln'B Tab
lets correct those disorders. ad
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S. D. Jones was an over Sun
day visitor at Halfway.
Hear and inspect the Claxton-
ola at Saunders Bro's. ad
Capt. Craig is again back on
the job as marshal of Richland.
I offer my residence property
irt Richland for sale. 0. Kendall.
County Surveyor Hoffman did
some, work in this vicinity last
Autos have been going to and
fcpm Baker via Sparta for the
Mrs. C. II. Brooks has left for
Savannah, Mo., where she will
consult a cancer specialist.
A line of tho latest fad in cor
respondence stationery just re
ceived at Richland Drug Store.
J. H. Simonis was over from
Durkee last weak for a short visit
with his mother and other rela
tives. New Capes, Dolmans and Prin
cess dresses, in all the latest
modes and materials. They are
up to the minute in all respects.
E. & W. Chandler. -ad
Revival meetings are in pro
gress at New Bridge and a good
interest is already shown. Ser
vices begin each evening nfolght
o'clock, fast time. Services arc
also held each day at 9:30 a. m.
Everybody welcome; come and
How Diphtheria Is Contracted.
Ono often beam tho expression, "My
child caught a severe cold which devel
oped into diphtheria," whon tho truth
was mat Mo cold I ma simply left tho lit'
tlo one particularly siiHcoptlblo to tho
wandering dlpthena perm. If your child
has a cold whon diph.thorla Is prevalent
vou should tako him out of school and
keen Mm off the streut until fullvrnmu.
ered, ai thero is a hundred Union nioro
dangor of his taking diptheria whon ho
nas a com. wnen unamuoriaiu b Uugh
Hoihody Is given tt oulcklv euros the cold
and .'essotis thu dangot of dlptborla or
uhy othor germ discaso being contracted,
Have Great Success With
Nervousness manifests itself in
many ways. People are weak,
emaciated and diseased as a re
sult of it It may bo distributed
all over the body or confined to a
local area. Headache, sleepless
ness, sexual defects, excitability,
nervous indigestion, and many
other conditions result from ner
vousness, which is caused by
pressure against the nerve trunks
by subluxated vertebrae of the
spine. Many having suffered
with various ailments that would
not respond to other methods
have regained their health thru
Chiropratic Spinal Adjustments.
Women who have suffered from
diseased conditions common, to
their sex havp been restored to
health by having the spine ad
justed, removing the cause of
disease. Investigate Chiropractic
and learn the causo of your suf
fering. The X-ray will convince you
that the cause of disease is iihthe
spine. Call and see our collec
tion of X-ray plates. We will be
glad to explain them to you and
show you the vertebrae that are
abnormal and causing disease
DRS. BIGGS & BIGGS.
Chiropractors and Nerve Special
ists. Phone G51. Office K. of P.
Bldg., Baker. (Aav.)
Julius Frahm who has been
stationed at Camp McArthur, ar
rived in tho Valley yesterday.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
The great benefit derived from tho use
of Chamberlain's Cough Itemed)' lias
been gratefully acknowledged by innnv.
Mrs. Ilonjamin I". lilakonoy,I)rratilf,lll ,
writes, "Chamberlain's toiih Itemtdy
Is by far the host muljelrio tor colds and
coughs we have over lised in oUr family.
1 gave It lb iiiy children when small for
croup atu have taken it myself." ad
12 WAR TANK
Each Pacific Coast State to.
Get at Least One Tank to
Aid Fifth Drive
Twelve tanks which haro been as
signed to the Twelfth Federal, Reserve,
District for use during tho Victory
liberty Loan drive opening April 21
bavo been assigned to tbo seven states..
In the district so that each state In.
tho district will get at least one of the
tanks lo display during tho campaign. .
Tbo tanks bavo been nsri'gned as fob
lows: Two to Washington, one to
Oregon, ono to Idaho, ono to Utah,
cno to Nevada, two to Northern Cali
fornia and two to Southern California,
and Arizona. Tho remaining two tanks,
are to bo carried or special trophy
trains which ,will tour the district.
Tanks In Sham Battle
Veterans of tho Arnprlcan Expedi
tionary Forces who havo seen actual
service In Franco will bo tho drivers
of tho tanks during tho campaign. He
fore being distributed throughout tho
district for tho opening of tbo cam
paign tho tanks will parade In San.
Francisco and glvo a sham battlo.
All of tho tanks aro being shipped
from the Fast direct to San Francisco.
They aro duo to arrivo thero about
April G when thoy will bo taken to &
four aero tract near the Southern Pa
cific freight yards and assombled by
the men who aro to drive thorn. Each,
of tho tanks will bo armed with a
Marlln machlno gun or 37 M.M. smoko
bombs with special pistols and lights..
Display of -War Relics
In addition to tho tanks tho special
trophy trains will carry a coaipleto
dfsplay of relics which havo been
gathered on tho battlefields ot Franco -and
which havo boon hlppod back to
tals. country sllico tho signing of tho
armlstlce. Accompanying each of tho
trains will be an Amorican war hero
Who will spoak for tho Victory Loan.
Ono of th trains Avill tour tho North
west and the othor will travel through"
California and tbo Southwest
' Sed Packer's movies tonight.-