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EAGLE VALLEY NEW
VOLUME 7, NO. 2.3
RICHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1919
$2.00 A YEAR
FREDERICK R WILS0I'
Physician and Surgeon
Richtind, :: Oregon
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W. E. BAIRD I
FUNEKAL DIRECTOR S
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small brokerage. Send us
your bonds by registered
mail ; we mail chock to you
day bonds arc received.
RAND REALTY COMP'NY
LcmliiiK Iimurauru A ncy
Sommcr B'.dg., Baker, Or
Horse Raisers, Attention.
I liave purchased the grade
stallion, JOLLY, sired by the
pure bred Pcrcheron "Boisjoly'.'
No. 27G01 (M091). Ho is an ex
ceptionally fino animal, dapple
prey in color, and will stand at
Itielilnnd on Mondays and at
my placo in Dry Gulch district
on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
Thursdays. Terms: $10 to in
fluro colt; $2 at tlmo of sorvicd,
ad 'II, V, -Lambert.
TRACT LET FOR
part of postroad;
Last week tin State Highway
Commission in session at Port
land awarded the contract for
constructing that portion of the
Bukor-Cornucopin postroad ox
londing oast from Baker to Mid
dlebridge, ji distance of practical
ly nineteen mile?.
State Engineer Bennett accom
panied by twp assistants were in
here Tuesday and went over the
section of the road cast of Rich
land, for what purpose we did
As yet nothing has boon done
as records the construction of
the posttoad in either Eagle or
Pine Valley, although both these
sections were approved by the
authorities. However, we will
gi v c som o i n ter es ti n g i n f or m a t ion
regarding these projects jn the
Law Firm to ppen Office Here
Helman & Massey, attorneys,
have rented the rooms over tbt
News ollico and will open for
business on or about May 1st,
and will no doubt secure a good
lot of practice from the residents
Pf thja c'nuQi - -J.
11. Helman has been located
at Halfway for sometime past
and has built up a large practice
in Pine Valley. Ho will remain
there, but at the same time assist
in the work secured in Eagle Val
ley by bis partner, C. F. Massey,
who will have charge of theofliee
in Richland. They will conduct
cases in all local, state and fed
eral courts as well as the U. S.
Russell Mitchell has sent us a
copy of "The Pontanezen Duck
board," the soldiers' newspaper
published at Brest, France. We
wore at loss to understand the
meaning of the name until Holla
Loijg, who was at Brest a short
time, enligluened us. He says
"Pontanezen" is the name of the
camp and "duckboard" is the
appelation given the sidewalks
on the streets in camp.
1 i 1 -
The world takes off its bat to
the man with a smile. It turns
the cold shoulder to the indiviual
who is sour as a lemon. We all
lovo the man with a hearty laugh.
Ho is our friond, the ray of sun
shine for which wo yearn, and
success perches on his cheerful
shoulders. But you say: "Its
hard to work up oven a sickly
grin when you're dead broke and
up against the cold old world."
We'll agree with you son. libra's
the remedy: start a bank account
with your (irst earnings. Add to
it; form tho saving habit. Watch
the account grow. Tho smile will
grow with it. It is no trouble at
all to laugh when you have money
in tho bank.
ad) Eaolk Valujy Statu Bank
Shovels, rakoa, hucw and pitch
forks ut Rale'e, ud
Below is given tho program of
an educational meeting to be held
at Halfway on Saturday, April 2G.
This meeting is intended for both
teachers, parents; and all others
interested in education. A large
dojogation from Eagle Valley will
Saturday A. M. at 10 o'clock.
Address J. A. Churchill, Sunt.
Address "The Reasons for Poor
Mathematics in Our Schools,"
N. B, Ashcraft,
"The Relation of Union High
Schools to the Grades," Miss
Ruth E. Johnston.
Saturday P. M. at 1:30.
"The Teaqher of Today." Supt.
A. C. Strange.
Address A. I. O'Reiloy of Ore
gon Agricultural College.
"The Educational Future of Pine
Valley," Mrs.NettieC. Bussard
"The Schools of Tomorrow,"
Supt. A. C. Strange.
Address Supt. J, A. Churchill.
Returned Soldiers Entertained
The Knights of Pythias cnter
tnined tho returned soldit-rs and
sailors and G, A. R. at a smoker
last Thursday nigjit and the affair
was an qgreeable success in every
particular. Over sixty persons
were present, twenty-three of
them being boys who wero in ser
vice in tho war against the bun.
J. M. Chase officiated as "high
muckalorum,'1 and after pipes
and 'baccy had been distributed,
a varied program was rendered
ut close of which an elegant lunch
Sexton Bodah calls our attention-to
the fact that parties have
been In the habit of breaking
twigs and limbs from trees at tho
cemetery and decorating graves
with thorn. There is a severo
penalty provided for such acts
and evidence is being secui'T
ed which is likely to lead to the
arrest and prosecution of certain
Henry E. Morrison of the 4Cth
Art. arrived home last Thursday
and the saino evening was gusst
of honor at a reception gjven at
the home of his sister, Mrs. Noble
Ilolcomb. Henry was stationed
in Franca for some months, sail
ing from Bordeaux on March 12th
and' recoiving his discharge nt
Camp Lewis the lirst of last week.
W. E. Martin intorms us that
he has received a large quantity
of squirrel poison from County
Farm Agent Tweeu, and any' of
our farmers can obtain sjamo' at
cost price, C5e per gallon, by
calling at the Martin ranch,
Arc You Happy?
To bo lmpiiy you mimt bu well. If you
urn (ri'iiuoiitly ,tr julilo.1 with consuim
tion ti i ul IntliKiMlliui yon oumiot bo alto
Kutliur happy. Tako I'liniuhuilatn'wTnb
lutM to cormit tlnwe ilivonlurri, Tliuy aru
prompt ami ufd'otuul, ouny and plwiiuuit
Hats for men and boys, a now
lot just rueived at Satinderd
Broru, Come sco thorn, ad
m Will open up a plant on
in Emigrant Gulch,
On or about April 26th
g Seven machines First class shearers home boys g
S Prices same, as last year 25c per head $
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 5'
All hills to be settled when sheep leave correl
g GEORGE W. BLANK, Proprietor g
f New BLACKSMITH SHOP !
PLOW WORK a Specialty j
Lays made for any
All kinds of Truck and
Fifteen years experience
W H H
What you are going to do
during the Hot Weather?
Take a spin in the
TIlP rllPXM'nlpf contains many features now in use
1 ilC VI UICL on cars rnnginfr ;n price from 1200
to $7700: Valve-in-Head Motor, Harrison Honey Comb Radiator,
Zenith Carburetor! Warner Gearset, and many others."
Call and let us show you
NAY AUTO CO.
Cor. Main and Center Phone 292 Baker, Oregon
For benefit E. V. Cemetery
Richland Opera House
Sam Shoemaker's ranch
on the Pine Valley road
Bro's. Store, Richland
FOR BUSINESS I
make of plow and
to run right
Carriage Body Building
in workmanlike manner
Your patronage o1kited
MULLIKIff ' "'