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VOLUME 7, NO. 33
RICHLAND, OREGON. THURSDAY, JULY 3, L919
$2.00 A YEAR
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FREDERICK R. WILSOf'
Physician and Surgeon
Night 'phono, one long ring on
Day 'phono call central office.
W. E. BAlRD
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.Unit" 111 Mlwk
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Baker's Popular Hotel
(StfW MODERN CLEAN
Under Direct Super-v"'"-.
of The Ownor
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W. R. USHER j
9 Olllco, Second unit Walnut Stj.
$ OppOfllto ClirlHti'.ui CIiiiicIi g
Pump and Pipe
Repairing Promptly Done
All work guaranteed satisfactory
' Phone me at Gray Guides Hotel
and I'll come over aod give you
figures on what your job will cobI
WALTER BASS, Halfway
g All Issuos Bought & Sold
H We pay market price less
W small brokerage. Send us
your bonds by registered
mail; we mail check to you
M day bonds are received,
5 RAND REALTY COMP'NY cl
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Clad lo Get Back.
Corp. Clato Mnkin of Unit. A,
1 1 til F. A$ Oth Dlv icturnod to
Eagle Valley Tuesday after morp
than two years absonre. He en
listed on June 13, 1917, an1 has
levelled over- a let of country
slrco that date, having crossed
the United States from coast lo
coast and from Mexico to Canada
besides visiting Englund, Trance
and Germany, "t
Clae wan in action from Oct.
2G to Ncv. 11, and had a number
of close calls, the narrowest es
cape from death being on Nov.
Oth at Beaufort when a big shell
from the enemy's gun tore out
the 3oit of his punts and under
garments, scorching a neat Wna
on tho skin. Other than the ex
posure tluif) made necessary and
the discomfort, of being unable to
sit down for a faw days, Gate
suffered very iittlo and did not
report for medical attention, ap a
consequence his wound stripe is
worn elsewhere than on the arm.
Two men of his outfit were mar
ttiivVwounded by the shell.
w tite left France on June 3,
landed in Nev York on the 10th;
left Camp Morritt on the 25th
reaching Camp Lewis on the 29th,
got his honorable,, discharge and
was back in Richland on July 1st.
He says Eagle Valley w the best
place he hnsscniiq.nll hia wan
derings ainTtnat he is glad to be
Following is the program for
the five days' entertainment, and
it is expected that a large crowd
from here will attend;
First DayOpening entertain
ment by Gertrude Willoy Concert
Party., Cruyon lecture by James
U. Barclay. Admission 535c.
Evening at 8 o'clock -Gertrude
Willoy Concert Party. Clay mod
elimr and cartooning by James 11.
Barclay. Admission 50c.
Second Day -Christine Alexan
der Harp Co. Thirty-minute lec
ture by Mike Walsh. Admission
Evening Harp, violin, and
voice program by Christino Alex
ander Harp Co. Lecture "The
Fru Is of War" by Mike Walsh.
Third Day Saint Cecelia Sing
ing Orchestra. Admission 50c.
Evening Rollicking full even
ing concert by Saint Cecelia Sing
ing Orchestra. Admission 75c.
Fourth Day Preludo by the
Scotts. Inspirational lecture by
W. II, Nation. Admission 35c.
Evening-- Sketches and imper
sonations by the Scocts. Com
munity study, "Where Do You
Live?" by W. II. Nation. Ad
Fifth Day Veterans' ' Day
Speech of recognition for veter
ans by local spinier. "A.E'F."
songs and yarns from tho trench
es by the Fighting Doughbojs.
Admission 50c, men in uniform
10 veiling Victory Celebration
by the Fighting DougiiboyH, Ad
10 OUR PATRONS
On account of faij:ng health we
expect to kavc about July 15th
for an extended vacation. Since
our sdige with the influenza last
January we have, pufferod' con
tinuously and sevaifd physicians
have advised that we get out of
the olILe for somefrnonths.
Our plans are to jo via auto to
Southern California, then to Iowa
and from thee baiSk to Oregon,
camping out in the. open uir at
At this time wfi are unable to
state just what will be done in
regard to the News, but we are
in communication ,Vf ith several
parlies and hope to make satis
factory .arrangements for its con
tinuance during our absence. In
out next issue wu will make fur-
Salvation Army Drive Is On.
J. M. Chase received word
Monday tc take charge of the
Salvation Army drive in Eagle
Valley and immediately started
the ball rolling. The quota for
this district is only 5350 so there
is no doubt about our going over.
The splendid work done by the
Salvation Army for. cur soldiers
during the war, and especially at
the front, is well known, to all
and no one should hesitate to give
at this time as every dollar se
cured in Oregon w ill be spent to
alleviate suffering and help tho
needy in this state.
Preaching services in tho Meth
odist church Sunday morning and
evening at the regular hours.
Preaching at Pleasant Ridge
school house Sunday afternoon at
Owing to the fa.it that our
committee on evangelism could
not get a camp ground centrally
located, and to the likelihood of
blustery evenings, we have de
cided to hold the revival meet
ings in the church at Richland
commencing July 20th.
J. M. Johnson, Pastor.
May We Help You?
For tho benefit of those who
have not been usiiiR this bank for
the purpose, we call attention to
the fact that we are prepared to
make collections for you. We are
glad to accommodate our custom
ers and others by collecting notes
coupons ana sundry bills. With
our excellent facilities wo are able
to lender capable service. Ad
are cordially invited to enlist our
services and everything entrust
ed lo us will have prompt and
ud) E ag us Valluy State Bank
Ladies, 'save your high priced
eggs by using Sa-Van-Eg in bak
ing pies, cakes and puddings.
One box is equal to threo dozen
eggs. Only 25c per box. Buy
at Haley's. ud
Comu in and suo our ginghams
and percales, Suunders Bro'fl.-ud
Fresh Supply just received at;?
THE RICHLAND DRUG STORE
I Public Sale
9 Beginning promptly at 1:30 pf m.
On Main Street, RICHLAND
Saturday, July 12th S
Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Sanitary Couch, "Stoves;
China Closet, Library Table, Rockers, Skirt Box,
Sectional Book Case, Phonograph, Kitchen Range,
Chairs, Rugs, Pictures, Glassware, Lamps,
Dishes, About 70 Books, Kitchen Utensils,
Numerous Miscellaneous Articles
Col. Brackey, Auctioneer,
AUTO STAGE I
is now making daily trips to and from Baker
. Arrive in Richland at 11:45 a. m. LeaVo at 1:00 p. m.
Will call for passengers anywhere in immediate vicinity
of Richland and New Bridge. Leave orders with Allan
Binheimer at phone office and they will be attended to.
AUTO RATES REDUCED
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 Bakar - $8 1 To Richland from Baker - $3
" Halfway to Baker - 4 1 To Halfway from Baker - 4
" Cornucopia to Baker - 5 . To Cornucopia from Baker - , 5
Orders left at Richland Hotel or at Livery Barn will receive
prompt and careful attention-. If in Baker phone 52
COOPER TRANSPORTATION CO,
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jonos went
to Bauer today.
Numerous picnics and fishing
.trips uro scheduled for tomorrow.
Much interest is being mani
fested locally In the Willard
Dumpsey fight scheduled for to.
Pvt. Thorp, Assistant 9
Just received- Ladios, misses
and child's canvas M .r. Jane's,
also men's, boy's an . youth's
canvas tennis shoos at reasonable
prices at Haley's. nd
Perry Cole Is visiting rolativos
and friends in Idaho,
Watch out for fire tomorrow,