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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View This Issue
DOES A MAN WEAK A
HAN0DO0 LOOK WHEN
OOYINCr A MEW HAT?
ll:iy hands it re in demand,
I2li Stanciu roturilod Saturday
Hear the Claxtonola at Saun
ders Bro's. - ad
Miss Bessie Qm'mby spent Sun
day with friends at Kobinette.
The assoasod valuation of all
property in Baker count) is $20,
075,917. Larue assortment of Aladdin
Dye Soap just received at Rich
land Drug Store.- ad
The Richland Auto Co. lias
placed a law sign in front of
Iheir place of business.
Ladies', misses and children's
summer union .stats in patterns
and prices to plea.se you at Haley's
Recent conti ibutors to the
cemetery fund wore! Kred Fias.-r
$5; W. B. Wright $G; Bert Kogcis
John Flynn lias been appointed
assistant water master of Divis
ion No. 2 and ui.l have charge of
the Dry Gulch Ditch.
Men's work and dress shirts in
many pattcrns,nlso summer union
suits that will give you satisfac
tion both in prices and service,
at Rtdoy's. ad
A. N. Fisher has traded his
ranch in Pine Valley to J. A.
Mallard for the hitter's property
on Snake River, including 00 head
of cattle and the fei ry.
Guy Sharp lias returned home
after "doing hi bit" in the navy.
He was stationed on the U. S. S.
Connecticut and Jiiado soveinl
trips to and from France as well
as visiting a number of ports
on the Atlantic roast.
The ju.7. dance held last Friday
night was a success in every par
ticular. The music was fine and
over one hundred dance tickets
wore sold. The managers, Llo d
Coble, Denver lOids.on and Roy
Campbell', state ,that they, were
well satisfied wjth tho results,
although the receipts were just
enough to meet the expenses.
Miss Woodio Cover served supper
for the crowd add cleared a neat
sum for her trouble
Booze It Not n Good. Cure.
From tliu Anica town I ntulllonct-r
When ii inun comsfl to you nil doubled
will) i alii und deelareH ho will dioin
your pro8onco,imlenn you, profluro him a
drink of whiskey, Bond' ldin to n doctor
or else givu lilin adosoof'clminborlaln'H
I'ollu and Diarrhoea ltuinudy. Tlioro Ih
it inlHtnkon notion among n wliolo lot of
puoito that hoozo in tliu bust remedy for
wk and stomach acho.
Joo Evans has a new Chovrolot.
Utiy flags at Richland Drug
Raker comity is now entirely
out of debt.
Mrs. ;c M. Dimmiclc visited
Monday at Robinette.
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Brooke ar
rived Monday from Missouri.
Try a Gossan Corset; you can
buy them at Saunders Bro's. -ad
Mm. 1 A. Moody is attending
tho rose show in Portland this
Saunders Hro's. are sure sell
ing a large number of mowers
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Stickney at Robinette on Satur
day, June 7th, a boy.
Ladies', misses and children's
hose in attractive designs, colors
and pi-ices at Raley's. ad
Richard Kirby returned Satur
day from Portland where he had
been having dental work done.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright Chandler
and son, Herman, went to Boise
Saturday to attend the funeral of
Ked outing shoes, bals and slip
pers for men, women and children
they take the place of high priced
shoes and are just the thing for
summer. 10, & W. Chandler.-ud
Carl Mafon left Tuesday for
LaGrande where ho was joined
by his brother Robert and two
daughters, who will go with him
to Marshfield, Wis., fur a visit
The olliceand stock room build
ing havo been meed ' v. iJar
noy lOidson's lumber ard w a lot
on Main street where it t. ill be
used by Frank Clarke as an ice
cream and confectionery store
until he can get a new building
Mountain View Studio Half
way, Ore.; I. W. Sample, Prop.
Open on Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday of each week. Enlarg
ing of all kinds. Our work is
guaranteed to please. Before
sending your kodak wbrk away
give us a trial, we will appre
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Elliott re
turned Saturday from a visit at
Elgin. Joseph and Wallowa Lake,
They were accompanied home by
Mrs. aarah Tultic of Elgin, wdid
will visit here for a time. Mrs.
Tattle was luothcr of Corp. Terry
Tut tie, who lost his life last year
when the transport Tuscania was
Sunk by a bun submarine. Corp.
Tuttle,s remains were bitried in
Miss Velnia Craig has accepted
tho position as teacher of Rob
inette school for next term. At
tho recenb graduation exercises
of Baker High school Miss Craig
was awarded cum laude, arid she
also received a lotter from Prof.
A. H. Vaughn of the extension
department of University of Ore
gon, stating that .her paper on
VHow to Teach" was excellent
and that her suggeiliuiis for "Use
of Play in School Room" were
Cut This Out Mill take It With Vou.
A man often forgets tho oxnet niimn
of tho nrtlclo hu wishes to purchase and
ca it last resort takes something ulao in
stead. That la nlwnya dlortppointlntf and
uiiHatiafactory. The rntfo way ia to cut
thla out and take it with yoil. flo ah to
make sure of gutting Chamberlain's Tab
les.-You-wlH,llmL nothing qulto,eo aat-
hfuutory for couetinutiou nud imlltjoation
Why not celebrate July 4th in
Coveralls for men and boys at
Several cases of lonsllitls arc
reported in the Valley.
Miss Muble Saunders is a vis
itor at Corvallis this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Evans
heft Saturday for Portland.
Ask tho returned Soldier what
he thinks of the Salvation Army
Bing and Royal Anno cherries
are ripe at the Carothcrs' Ranch
on Snake River.
Annual school meeting of Dis
trict M will be held in Richland
next Monday afternoon.
Fresh stock of chocolates and
other candies just received at
Richland Drug Store. ad
Robcoo E. Tilesbn of Ontario
and Miss Reba Sullivan were
married in Baker last Thursday.
Buy notions, ribbons, buttons,
beads, combs and children's hose
supporter safety pins at'Raley's.
Rev. and -Mrs. J. M. Johnson,
accompanied by Mrs. H. J. Has
inas, were Baker visitors Mon
day. Children's Day vVas fittingly
dbserved at the Melliodist church
Sunday, an excellent program be
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ilateley
have returned to Pullman, Wash.;
where tlmy will make their per
The members of the Ladies Aid
are urged to be present at a
meeting at Mrs. Matthews on
Friday afternoon to discuss im
portant business matters.
Signs have been placed an
nouncing that the speed limit in
Richland is now 15 miles an hour,
Marshall Craig has bought a stop
watch and expects pick ilp all
Our grocery stock iB complete
in all of the essent'ais for hot
weather. We can furnish your
l arveBt foods at a reasonable
price. Tho best coffee in tho
valley at 40c the pound.
ad E. & W. Chandler.
June 22nd to 30th the Salvation
Army husie will ask you to con
tribute to the Home Sen ice Fund.
Those who remember tr.e girl in
the hell of the front 'ine trench
who served the coffee and dough
nuts without a thought to the bun
horrors crushing over her head,
will not hesitate to contribute to
her cause now As yet the soli
citing committee for this district
has not been appointed but we
will give the names as soon as
Mr. Wlslcr Cured of Imligcstlorii
"Homo time in 100!) vh"ii I had an at
tack of ImllKeatiou and everything look
ed g'ootnv tt me, I received n freo prttn
io of Chamberlain's Tablets by mail. 1
ffitvu tht'in n trial and they were such a
holp to mo that I bought a packngo and
I can truthfully say that I havo not had
a nimilar attack since,"- writes Win. H.
Wialor, Douglassvillo, Pa
Pnintersj TdkC Noticed
3ealo.d bids are deshfed by
School District No. 44 ot Eaker
qounty, for pointing, the school
building in said. district i
Bids will bo opened July iGth.
i919.i Tho right is, reserved tii
reject aijy Or aU bids. ,
Address .Clerk, District Not 44,
Pajntinir Bid( Richland, Ore.
Steel Fishing Sods
THE MORTON MFG.
ASK YOUR BOY :
When the fighting was thickest
When the suffeimg was greatest
Where was the
Salvation Army Lassie?
He will a
And now, back home Jn the byways, and
hidden placeswhere misery always lives,'
where a mother needs a home, where men,
( women an'd Children are on the downgrade,
She's still "RIOHT ON THE JOB."
HELP HER TO CARRY ON
The Salvation Army
Ben Carter is having a bath tub
installed in his barber shop.
Dances were held at both Pine
and Sparta on Saturday night.
Ladies' house dresses, all sizes
and colors at Saunders Bro's.-ad
Lawrence Evans was owner of
the bills advertised in our Want
Column last week.
Waller Saunders hits been se
cured us janitor for the Richland
school for next year,
The prudent autbist buys his
inner tubes and lubricants at the
Richland Drug Store. ad
Mr and Mrs. Jack Bennett re
turned Saturday from Sparta
where they had been working at
Eidson's saw mill.
Mrs, Ira Bradford suffered an
attack of appendicitis Tuesday
and was taken to Baker yesterday
evening by Dr. Wilson.
Mn dnd Mrs. d. Ft Herr left
Monday for Portland where they
will take in the rose festival be
fore goihg on to Californiai
F6r the Relief of Rheumatic Palnf.
When ybli hhvo Btiffciess and aoronrBs
of tho inntSeles, nchinn joints and flud it
difficult to move without pa in try mass
hging thu afleeted pnrta With Chumber
Iain's Liniment. (JUvill relievo the pain
and hiflko rent ami Bleep possible,
CO., BRISTOL, CONN.'
right on the job"
Home Service Fund
Not Coal Land
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior
U. S. Iand OfliJo at La Grande, Ore.,'
.Imio 5, 11)19.
Notice is hereby given that Charles E.
Simonis, of Kichluud, Oregon, who, on
June Ojth, 1910, made Homestead Kntrv.
No. 01iiOO7, for N. SK'i, SV4 SEVJ,
SK'l SW'Vi, eedtion 25, township 0
south, range 44 cast, Willamette meri
dian, has filed notice of intention to
make three-yoar, proof, to establish
claim to the land above ddscribed, be
fore. Charlos J. Sholtou, U. S. Commis
sioner, at Halfway, Oreijonj en tho lltU
day of August, li)li.
Claimant names as witnossoS: Henry
(': Derrick, Kd Hitch, James S. Cropp,
Floyd Derrick all of Hiehlaud, Oregon.
C. S. DUNN, liegister
Not Coal Land
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of ,thd Interior
U. S. Laud Officio tit La Graude. Ore.,
June 5, 1910.
Notice ia hereby given tllat ltlchard
Kjrby, of RichUuuli Oregon, who, on
October 13th, 1915, made Additional'
Homestead Kutry No. 014772, for tho
SWV4 NKl'm SEVi NWtf -section 5
township 11 south, rango 4Ct east, and ot
December 22, 1910, mado . Additional '
Homestead Entry !NTo. 01C7S1, for lots '
3-4, sectipii 4, township 11 South, rangfc
45 inst, Witlannjfte nlcridtrin,'has filed '
notieo of indention to make thrco-vear
jroof, to .establish claim to tho iand
above djsorlbod. beoVo A. H. Combs,"
Jr.. Clcrlf (if tho County 'Court, of
Hnker, Oregon, on tho 14th day of Au
gust, 1919. l'
Claimant haniea rfs' witnesses: Lemuel
Smeleer, W. L. Klrby, both of'Durkety
Oregon; Walter B. Jones, Orlie J. Howe,
both of Hlchlandc Oregon... ,, f,.vtf
O. S. DUNN; RoglSte'r ,