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VOLUMF 7, NO. 31
RICHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1919
$2.00 A YEAR
FREDERICK R. WILSOf''
Physician and Surgeon
Richland, :-: Oregon
Night 'phono, ono long ring on
Day 'phono ohII central office.
W. E. BAIRD
Ckel and KhiooiUol All "lM
Alr Ih tilni'k
HIOIII.ANI), - OKKdON
Pliotm: Twoitliorl", On Ionic
Baker's Popular Hotel
NKW MODERN CLEAN
Under Direct Supervision
of Tho Ownor
Irvine Lodge N0.-86
Muet itvury M'mliiMtluy iiIkIiI nt tliulr
Cttclli! IIhIIIii KIoIiIiiihI, Orcicnti, Vlnlt
I11K Hriitlmrw mwli uuttoiiiti.
II. U. .MASTHKaON, U.O.
( H T1I0UP, lv. "f It. A H.
I W. R. USHER I
I Notary Public
$ Olllei, Fcconil Mini Wnlnut BIh.
J Opponitt-C'liriHll'.iii Chiucli
Pump and Pipe
Repairing Promptly Done
All work guaranteed satisfactory
Phono mo at Gray Gables Hotel
and I'll como over nod give you
figures on what your job will cost
WALTER BASS, Halfway
Issues Bought & Sold
Wo pay market price less $
t& small brokerage. Sond us
your bonds by registered 1
mnil ; we mail check lo you
day bonds aro received.
RAND REALTY COMP'NY
I,mnlliiK liiHiiriuuio Ayoncy
Sommer Bldg., Baker, Or
CHURCH DEDICATED I
Last Sunday was a time of
much rejoicing nt tho Methodist
church, the occasion being the
dedication of the edifice. This
church is now entirely out of
debt, a fact din lo tho efforts of
the pastor, Uov. .1. M. Johnson,
and the board of trustees: John;
Kroner, D. T. Allen, 0. H. Saub-j
dent, V. E. Sumrners and E. 15. 1
liolman, as well a? to the loyally
of l a mcmberahip in general.
A large audience was present
at e ich of tho services, Che pro
grama of which are given below:
MOBXINU SICIIVJCIC, 11:00a.m.
lljbnn No.2: "Come Thou Al
Aii (Jem by Choir.
Old Testament lesson, Gloria
.t( from New Testament.
Jlymn No. 40: "Coronation."
Sermon, Hev. II, S.ShangIu,I).D.
llyimi No. 67: "I Love Thy
Unxulugy ti ml Benediction.
Dipnoi- nt tho church.
8:00 r. m.
Solo, Mtibl Snundor.
Jlyiiui No. 170: "Most Be the
Tie That. Hinds."
HVBNJNG SKUVIClfi, S:00 v. i.
Hymn No. 10: "Day is Dying
in tho West." '
Anthem by Choir.
Offering and notiuod.
Solo, Mias Lidn SnundorH, '
Hymn No. 177: "God Ho With
Von Till Wo Moot Again."
We Don't Tell.
"It's funny," snys Sum Wise
acre, "I was in the bank the other
dny and thought I'd find out how
much old Skinum had on deposit
but do you think they would tell
mo? No sir, thoy wouldn't. Po
litely informed mo that it was
against their rules to give any
information about anybody's ac
count." That's right, It is the
policy of this bank to fihold in
strict confidence every transac
tion of whatever nature. Wo
want sll of our customers to have
confidence in us and wo strive to
earn this confidence by not talk
ing about matters entrusted to us.
ad) IDaglk Valley Statu Bank
It will pay you, if you are a
lover of good coffees, to try our
lines: Crescent brand, Golden
Gate, Folger's brands, Mt, Hood
brand, also Harrington Hall Sol
ublo Coffee, something special,
at Uuley'B, nd .
PIED THIS MORNING
William Cooper died this morn
ing at about 3:30 o'clock, aged !
GO years and 3 duys. Tito funeral
will bo held tomorrow afternoon. !
The deceafod is survived by
his wife, three sons, Fred, W. H.
and Maurice, and one daughter,
Mrs. Imogene Cooper.
An obituary will be published
in our next issue.
DM !I0H AGAIN
Sgt. W. E. Strang who.onlisted
in the 'aviation service in 1917,
has received Ins honorable dis
chargu and arrived hMonday at
tlte home of his parents nt Sparta
where lie will visit for some time.
"13d"" was in Frnnco for more
than a year, serving in tho 612nd
Aero Squadron, 3rd A. I. E., as
a mechanician, and although he
failed to son any fighting lie wit
nessed many thrilling accidents,
several of which resulted fatally
to the occupants of the machines
11c was up on several flights and
says lie enjoys flying very n.ueh.
The Sergeant is as fat and plump
as a "brownie," an evidence that
nnny life agreed with him.
Corporal Clarence Bradford,
Co. M, 14th Inf., came in Satur
ktyfo'r a visit with his" mother,
Mrs. Rosa Bennett, and other
relatives and friends. Ciarence
had benn stationed at Can.p
Grant, 111., for several montas
past but received his discharge
at Camp Lewis. He will go from
hero lo Portland where his wife
awaits him and thty will make
their future home in that city.
Ccrp. Clarence W. McCormick
who served in the 7th Aviation
Instruction Detachment, 33rd
Aero Squadron, recer.t'y received
his discharge from service and
arrived Monday at the home of
his mother, Mrs. Matt Welter,
Sgt. G. E. Brooks returned to
the Valley yesterday. Since his
discharge from service he had
been working with Federal Emi
gration Department on a patrol
boat off tho coast of Mexico until
a few weeks ago when he joined
a U. S. geological survey parly
and will go to Alaska within a
few weeks. Other than being a
little hotter looking, he is the
some old happy Everett.
All Should Join.
Having been appointed chair
man of tho Boy Scout movement
in this section, I wish to know
how many want to see this work
organized here. Will tho par
ents, teachers, and others who
desire to seo the work started,
kindly let mo know of your wish?
Also, will tho boys in tho Val
ley between tho ages of 12 and 18
years who want to join a Boy
Scout Local, please give me their
I wish to make definite ar
rangements about this work by
next tiunday evening.
J. M. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. John Chapman
and son, Mcrton, spent Sunday
in Pino Vulley.
yourohoicoof all leading makes
of talcum and complexion pow
ders nt Richland DrugStore.-ud
New BLACKSMITH SHOP
Opposite Saunders Bro's. Store, Richland
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
PLOW WORK a Specialty
Lays matfe for any make of plow and
guaranteed to run right
All kinds of Truck and Carriage Body Building
Wagon Repairing, Horse Shoeing, and General
Fifteen years experience
I MONTY MILLER'S I
is now making daily trips to and from Baker g
Arrive in Richland dt 1115 a. rn. Leave at 1:00 p. m. $
Will call for passengers anyw.here in immediate vicinity
of Richland and New Bridge. Leave orders with Allan ogj
Binheimer at phone office and they will be attended to.
Following our policy of treating our patrons with utmost,
liberality in every way, we announce the following fares
are now in effect on our stage line;
From Richland to Baker - $3 j To Richland from Baker - flf
" Halfway to Baker - 4 To Halfway from Baker - 4
" Cornucopia to Baker - 5, To Cornucopia from Baker - j
Orders left at Richland Hotel or at Livery Barn will receive
prompt and careful attention. If in Baker phone 52
COOPER TRANSPORTATION CO.
Good choruses and special music
will be u pleasing part of the ser
vices at the Methodist church
next Sunday, both morning and
The subject for discussion will
be: "Are the Prophecies of
Scripture Being Fulfilled in the
World Events of Today?"
Preaching at New Bridge in
the afternoon at 3;30 o'clock.
All who are interested in a
Sunday School picnic are invited
to be present in the Sunday
schools, and on time, so that ar
rangements can be made to suit
J. M. Johnson, Pastor.
Beginning tomorrow (Friday)
evening and continuing indefi
nitely, tho local Nazareno church
will hold n series of revival meet
ings in Richland. Rev. W. P.
Jay of Texas will be the evangel
ist. Mr. and Mrs. Jay and fam
ily aro all musicians, and first
class music and old fashioned
gospel singing will bo featured at
each meeting. Everybody is in
vited to attend.
Correspondence stationery in
a variety of styles at Richland
Drug Store. ad
Leave your orders for cherries,
Royal Amies and Bings.
nd Lem Morris,
in workmanlike manner
Your patronage solicited
Helman & Massey
Will practico in all Local, Stnto
and Federal Courts and tho
U. S. Land Office.
News Bldg., RICHLAND, ORE,
night after Parker's Movies
Good Music and Good-Time
ED BLANK, Mgr.
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 work away
give us a trial, we will appre
ciate it. ad28t4
Chewing tobacco is n specialty
with us, buy here. A complete
line of cigars, cigarettes nnd
smoking tobacco nlso carried,
Richland Drug Storo, nd