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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1919)
VOLUME 7, NO. 28
RICHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, L919
$2.00 A YEAR
FREDERICK R. WILSOh'
Physician and Surgoon
Richland, :: Oregon
Night fphono, ono long ring on
Ony 'phono call central office.
W. E. BAIRD
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HIGHLAND. - CJKKdUN
riionoJ TttonliorU, Oiiulonit
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Baker's Popular Hold
ISRW MODERN CLEAN
Under Direct Supervision
of The Owner
Hi'.vclul Itntott to IVriimnciil (imln
Irvine Lodge No. 86
Knights of Pythias
iHtlo Unlllii l(lttfilniiil,'Ori(ion. " Visit
I ii llrotliors roadi- uUiiiu.
II. It. MASriCltSON, 0.0.
C. K. TliOltl'.K. of U.,iH.
I W. R. USHER
OflJco, Second niitl Walnut Htn.
()))0iilU Christian Cliuich
Pump and Pipe
Repairing Promptly Done
All work guaranteed satisfactory
Phone mo nt Gray Gables Hotel
and I'll come over n-d givo you
figures on what your job will coat
WALTER BASS, Halfway
All Issues Boueht & Sold
We pay market prico less
small brokerage. Send us
your bonds by registered
mail; we mail check to you
day bonds aro received.
RAND REALTY COMP'NY
Lumlliig Iimuritiu'o Agtnoy
Sommor Bldg., Hakor, Or
Tho $500,000 road bond issue
which is up for the ratification of
of the voters of Baker County at
tho election June 3rd i3oncof the
utmost Importance to Ihe county.
This is tho first time that the
county has had n comprehensive
road program to pass upon and
one that moans real road building
if Baker takes advantage of it,
The County Court has specifioJ
tho roads upon which this money
will be spent and jt cannot be ex
panded upon tiny other roads.
fhc four roadsjis outlined by the
court, showing the eetimutod cost
of each and the amount which
tho county will expend upon each
aro as follows:
The Old Otogon Trail, which is
part of tho through State High
way, and which runs from North
Powder to tho Malheur County
line, near Old's Ferry, will ,re
(piire an estimated cost of $618,
000, of which tho county would
be required to furnish $200,000;
the Baker-Cornucopia postroad,
estimated cost is 415,000, the
county's share of cost $150,000;
Bakor-Bridgep'irt postroad, esti
mated cos. being $108,000, the
county's part of expense, being
l100,O0Q; BakEliciil Spring
po3troad lo c03r$5",UOU.
The total estimated cost of the
roads is $1,351,000, of which
Baker county should oxpen i
It can readily bo seen that the
State and Government is required
la expend nearly two dollars to
overy one that Baker County will
have to be placed upon the roads
within the county.
Another matter of importance
in this connection is thn fact that
the State Highway Commission
takes over one-half of tho ex
pense of maintaining these roads
after thoy are built, thus releas
ing a considerable sum of money
which the County Court can
spend upon tho othor roads, in the
The bonds are to bo voted upon
JTine 3 and are 20 year bonds, all
or any part of which aroj'edeem
able at the option of the county
in 10 years, with interest n5t to
exceed 5 per cent per annum.
An assessment of one and a half
mills on the present assessed val
uation of the county will retire
these bonds in less than 20 years.
Tho other counties of tho state
are clamoring for aid and nro
willing to spend their monoy in
cooporation with tho Stato and
Government and it is now up to
Bakor County to accept this of
fer or allow the monoy which is
available to go to tho progressive
counties which are ready and wil
ling and anxious to accept tho
cooporation offered by tho State
Highway Commission and tho
Federal Government, Juno 3rd
will toll tho story,
Head the Wunt Column.
For Decoration Day.
Tho exercises will commence
promptly nt 1:30 on Friday after
noon at tho opera hou! and it is
eaiwistly requested, that every
one make an effort to bo on hand
cany so thut confusion of getting
seated will not interfere with tho
program. Mr, 1-rank Clarko
has been appointed inoster of
ceremonies and will also have
charge of tho procession to tho
The following program will be
curried out as nearly as possible;
Song-Amcnca Audience '
Invocation Hev. J, M.Johnson
Song Home Again Chorus
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
Bessie Quimby ?
' Song The Last Mai-eh-Quar-tettp
song The Boys 6f the Old
Announcement of order of pror
cession bv Frank Clar&o. At the
cemetery the crowd will form a
hollo v square where a bcef pro?
gram will be rendered and the
bid song, "TentingTonight" will
be sang by all.
Knights of Pythias, Have Time
A special session oflhe K. P,
lodge was held Tuesday night in
honor of the visit from Grand
Chancellor Johnson of Astoria
and Vice Grand Chancellor Huif
loy of Vale. The lodge room was
comfortably filled with Knights
and after Ralph L. Byrne was
proven in the rank of Pn'go all
present retired to the lower floor
and wjth their ladies enjoyed a
Tho following visitors from Pine
Valley made the occasion more
enjoyable: Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Douglass. Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
Sanders, Harvey Foreman, Mutt
C. Thompson, J. E. Stevenson,
Hurry N. Hewitt and Unas. J.
The Grand Lodge officers visit
ed Lindgreen Lodge at Halfway
on Monday evening, the following
local Knights being present; H.
R. Masterson, L. Y. Matthews,
M. A. Bennett, Carson Gover,
Earl Masterson, Cowan Gover, W.
B. Cooper, I. W. Bradford and
C. E. Thorp. Five candidates
wore nrovon in the rank of
Knight, and the session was both
entertaining and instructive. At
tho close an eleirant bannuet was
served to which all prosent did
Read the legal notices in this
Mrs. Win. Masterson arrived
yesterday from Carlton for a visit
with relatives and friends.
The cooler weather will lessen
the damage by high water along
Eagle Creek and Powdor River.
Edna Wyatt, accompanied by
her aunt, Mrs. Chns. Wyatt of
Elgin, hns gono to San Francisco
for an extended visit.
Mrs. M. II. Howard, Mr, and
Mrs, J. L. Stono, Mrs. PetorSaBs
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bcnnehoff,
will attend tho graduating oxer
cisos at Baker tonight.
New BLACKSMITH SHOP
Opposite Saunders Bro's. Store, Richland
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
PLOW WORK a Specialty
Lays made for any make of plow and
guaranteed to run right
All kinds of Truck and Carriage Body Building
Wagon Repairing, Horse Shoeing, and General
g , Blacksmilhing done in workmanlike manner
2 Fifteen years experience
e9 o o e eeoe oosc os s 3 eaee os o cza s 8
I MONTY MILLER'S t
is now making daily trips to and from Baker
Arrive in Richland at 11:45 a. m. Leave at 1:00 p. m.
Will call for passengers anywhere in immediate vjcinity
of Richland and New Bridge. Leave orders with Allan
Binheimer at phone rfiico ard they will be attended to.
Cooper Transportation Co,
I ' l
Daily Auto Service from Baker to
Cornucopia via Richland
Arrive Richland about noon. Leave at 1:00
Leave Baker at 9:00 a. m.
Orders left at Richland Hotel or at Livery Barn yill receive
prompt and careful attention. If in Baker phone 52
Methodist Church Notices.
The annual educational sermon
will be' preached next Sunday
morning. All are invited.
Next Sunday is the time for
preaching at Pleasant Ridge in
Bessie Quimby will conduct tho
song and praise service next Sun
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Don't forget the church dedi
cation on June 15th. Bein now
to get ready for it.
Tho local Methodist church will
raise about $3500 for the centen
ary celebration. This means the
payment of $700 per year for live
years over and above the regular
local and conference expenses.
Ray Taylor, at one time re
ported as missing in action, ar
rived homo Saturday. As yet we
huvo had no opportunity to talk
with him, but have been told
that he was in several fierce en
gagements and got his share of
The Salvation Army will make
a drive in Oregon on June 22-30
to obtain $250,000 with which to
carry on "homo service" in tho
state. Tho Elka Lodge will con
duct tho campaign.
Tho now plate glass was put in
tho fronts of tho drug store and
bunk Sunday morning,
Your patronage solicited
Wo wish to announce to
tho public that wo lmyc open
ed a Law Oflico nt Eicjhliuid,
Oregon, and rospcctfully soli
cit your business.
We are prepared to hanillo
a General Law Business in
all its branches. " -
JOHN II, HELMAN,
CHAS. J MASSEY.
Nuws UuiUUng, Main St.
MIGHT QET KTT.T.TSP.
A victim who lintl boon "held up" tho
nijjht boforo was telliug somo of his
friemla about it. ""But ono thing I'vo
loitrucd: After this I keep my inouey
in tho bank. Of courso. thoy'ro al
ways telling you about tho danger of
being robbed and that you ought to
kcop your monoy in a bank, but thoro
is another sido to tho story. That
fellow might havo killed mo last
night 1 Now, has a man any right to
1USIC HIS LIFE for a few dollars I
A man can stand to bo robbed of a few
dollars if ho don't want to keep his
money in n bank, but whon it's a enso
of danger to life, you can't tako tha
risk." Did you over look at it this
ud) Eagle Valley State Bank
Tho Market Roads Measure will
mean good roads in all parts of
tho county as well as less oxpensa