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VOLUME 7, NO. 34
RICHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 10, L919
$2.00 A YEAR
FREDERICK R. WILSOK
Physician and Surgoon
Richland, " :-: Oregon
Nirli L 'phono, one long ring on
ihy 'phono cull central office.
' Alwurt in W(Htk
IHCIlUNI). - - OKKOON
I'lione: Two shorts, One long
Baker's, Popular Hotel
tNKW MODERN CLE A ft
Under Direct Supervision
of The Owner
Si fclnJ TtaL4vH hi Pt'T.iifinnil Quest
Knlghl of Pythias
Mi i't ovary Wednesday niitht l then
5ai hY Hall In Hlclilati'l, Oreteon. Veil
ing ltritlirs made welcome.
II. It. 'MASrSRSON, 0.0.
r. i:. Tiioni', k. of it. a s.
I W. R. USHER I
V T . Yt f 1 .
9 iNOimy riiDiic
OllU'c. ftoroml nml Wit niiLSlfl. V
Opiiriitu t'hrlstUn Church
Pump and Pipe
Repairing Promptly Done
All work gunranfbed satisfactory
PlioiK) me it Gray Gables Hotel
ami I'll come over aod give yon
figures on what your job will cost
WALTER BASS, Halfway
g All Issues Bqufiht & Sold g
Wo pay market price less &
fll small brokerage. Send us
your bonds by registered O
mail; we mail check to you
(layboii(lB uro received.
RAND REALTY COMP'NY
l.miilliiK JidinriiiKNi AKoncy
Sommcr Hldg,, llakor, Or
THE NAZARENE Clitl
Upon request, 1 shall try 16 give ,
n brief history of the rise and
progress of the Pentecostal
Church of the Naeurene, for the
l)eii elU of some of the readers of I
the Eagle Valley News who have
been misinformed as to her origin, I
purpose and accomplishments, j
Very different to the impression
that some have, she not a
branch or apUt from any othtr
denomination. Neither does her
ministers believe .or teach that it
is impossible for fmy one to live
a holy life in another denomin
ation, as soma insert with em
phasia. However, we do relieve
that nod:n6roifatfon, wboe pas
tors and loaders ace divided in
their teaching aa lo the scriptural
doctrine of BoUtu ae a work' of
grace aubstquerti to regenerate,
can accomplish the work' of
spreading scriptural holiness, &&
a church whose 'entire ministry
and membership, stand a unit on
the doctrin and exptu iencej
"Near the close of the nine
teenth century; movemest for
the spread and -conservation oi.
Scriptural Ho.inees, correspond-
iinff aomewnat cospat mstorjcaiij
e1, almost simultainously in var
ious parts of tho United States,
und finally culminating in thonr
tramsaticn of the PenteVoslai
Church of the Nazarene."
In January, 1894, William How
ard Moople, a business man,
founded a mission in Brooklyn,
N. Y., which was soon organized
as. an independent Holiness
Church, called "Utica Avenue
Pentecostal Tabernacle." In the
following February tho "Bedford
Avenue Pentecostal Church'wns
organized, and & little later life
"Emmanual Pentecostal Taber
nacle," and in December, 1895.
these threo churches united un
der tho name of "Association of
Pentecostal Churches of Amer
ica," and was duly incorporated.
Associated with Rev. W. 11.
llooplo in this work were Rev. II.
13. Ilosloy, Rev. John Norbcrry,
Rev. Chas. Bevior and Rev. H.
This don't look as though, wo
as a Church, aro a branch of some,
other denomination, but rather a
coming together of many lloli
In Now England, about the
same time, several independent
Holiness Churches had boon or
ganized, and in 189G, steps were
taken that resulted in tho union
of many of these bodies with tho
Association of tho Pentecostal
Churches of America.
In October, 1895, tliero sprang
up tho "First Church of tho Naz
anno" in Los Angeles, Cal., with
one hundred and thirty-livochar.
tor mem burs, under tho len'dor
ship of Rev. I'. T', Breseo, D.D.,
and Ryv, J, J Wldnoy, LL. D,
Ah u foairtt of this organization,
many ejiurclay yop prgniiled,
(Continued on local pago) ,
WE'VE COT 10 GO
In spile of our efforts we have
bten unable to souire anyone to
take charge of the News during
ou- absence, th$fitore there is
but one course left open and that
is to uu8pnd puMfcfttion fair an
indefinite time. JVe regivt that
we must do this afi Eagle Valley
needs the paper,i;Jwt we must
regain our health'? .possible
We will keep edtrect tab and
the subscriptions of r those paid
in advance wilKb date aheui
upon the rcopenlfiflf ? the office,
the exact numbeof issues miss
edwhich we he will not be
It is impossible to make you
understand how r&H'h we regret
to leave. Far nearly fiv years
we have been in cWi toush with
the people of Ewtid Vaffey and
vicinity. We Jave chronleled
marriages, Urtifg owl deaths; we
have followed J&e Thorny boys"
throuirh the wajft we Have done
all in our power tos support th
government in .tb late crisis; we
hav.! been for Sgle Valley ftrst,
'ast and aiwaysft we have been
glad when happpstg sojiled upon
you aid were sM when sorrow
rnadea good living for oiirseif
and family,. but best of atl. and
a possession we cherish the most,
is the friends we have made.
Thus it not the financial side of
the ense that rubs the hardest,
although it means a loss of at
least a thousand plunks to close
our business for three months.
Should tho Almichty so will
that our health be restored, we
will be back on the job aair. by
fore Nov. 1st. In the meantime
should wo be able to find a party
to look after the business we will
put him to work.
How lo Get Rid of Ants.
Henry E. Tweed, County Agri
cultural Agent, was in hero Mon
day and stated that he had had
so ninny inquiries regarding house
ants that he gave us tho follow
ing suggestions to got rid of the
Carbon Bisulphide Locate tho
nnt'colony and pour about two
tublosnoonfuls of carbon bisul
phide directly into tho entrance
pressing tho earth down firmly
over the hole to keep tho fumes
Tarter Emetic Mix thoroughly
throe grains of tartar emetic with
t tablospoonfuls of cheap syrup;
smear on bits of wood;or china
and place about on shelves and
the runways whero tho ants fro
ijuont. It is very easy to make
tho mixture too strong so it is
best to have tho druggist weigh
up tho material in Il-grain lots.
Sodium Elourlde is u crystallino
liko powdor which a groat ropol
lant for ants. Dust it whord
over tho ants aro troublesome.
A good lino of men's and boys'
hats, ties and uhlrht; splendid
values at Uuloy'u, ud
Buy some of fhese and learn what genuine "delicious" cL: :o
lates are like. Our stock is fresh.
THE RICHLAND DRUG STORE
is now m&ktifg daily
b-pn fasi4at.l1.a. m. Hpt 1:00 p. m.
1 calf for'nasaenuers anvwftere Iri Ifflioediatft vicinitv
cf Rlchlindjaid NwfiJidge. Leave otrs with Allan
Binheimer at phone effice and they jrilKbe attended t:
AUTO RATES REDUCED
Following our policy of treating our patrons With uinost
liberality in every way, we announce the following fai'es
are now in effect on our stage line:
From Richland to Bakar - $3 j To Richland from Baker - 3
" Halfway to Bftker - 4 To Halfwayfrom 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.-
Notes Issued by A' rtrlnns.
A correspondent tfrlti-s that Aus
trian notes were not tuo only "duils"
tlmt caused trouble aud loss to the
hllles. livery British soldier who
served oft the western front must
huVo hud experience l(lu snys) of
those iirotty Belgian notes which
wore not worth tho paper they were
printed on, for the reason tlmt the
enemy wuro In control of the Belgian
national bunks. "It was never safe,"
(he adds) "to accept ehunge for n
hundred franc note or other note of
high denomination without exowln
Injc each sninll'htll given In lieu. One
wits ulinnst suro tp come across one
or two nlco cloan Belgian five-franc
notes hidden nwny uiuong the genuine
IIo had dotonnlnod to "mop up"
not-In the sense, however, that one
thinks of tljese days. He hud seen n
mop such us he desired iidvortUed for
US cents (original prlco $1JS0). and
made hnto to get one. for he hnd
also dotonnlnod to huy nutlilns unless
It wis "on gale." The mop coat OS
cents, n handle 10 conts extra, n bot
tle of pollsli wan added for Rood meas
ure. IIo proceeded ro drop tho bottle,
und nH the mod Wlthoilt the polish was
uu1oas, It was necossary to buy an
other hntllo, which set him hack 90
cenlH. Tho bnrKiiln cost hhn $1.(!0 lit
ntend of OS cqiiih, iih lie had pictured.
However, lie Is still determined to beut
(lift 11. C. h.
Just arrived, a now lino of
gaanltoware, tin camp coffee
pots, asbestos end irons, sanitary
milk palls, liuttormoiiIdH, etc.
ad E, & W. Qhuiullur,
figs lo apd. from Baker
.Lee Chamberlmspent the week
end with Eagle Valley friends,i
having been located at Haines
since his discharge fr6m service
On March 20th. Leo enlisted in.
the Marine Qorps on June 12tb,
1917, and after sgrrte wet-ks of
training at Mare laland w is as
siRtied to the Marine altachr.ent
onSthe U. S. S. Cincinnatti on
which he served until his dis
charge. During his period of
service Lee travelled more than
85;000 miles and visited Argen
tine and other South Americaa
countries, Africa and the West
Indies. He says he is perfectly
satisfied to be back jn Oregon
onco more. .
The Fourth at Baker. ,
Tho gonoral report of those
who attended the celebratiqn at
Baker last Friday is summed up
in two words -"stung again.".
There was a monster crowd butj
littlo "didding" in the way of
amusements. Tho air ship failed
to mdtorialize much to tho dis
appointment of overyono, how-;
ever Billy Sunduy was on hand'
as per Bchcdulo and gavo one of
his notorious 8urmons(?) in slang
in which ho performed his iinuu1