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C. E. Thorp
Entered as second class alatter Dec, 12, 1912 at the post office at
Richland Oregon, under act of March 3, 1879.
Member Oregon State Editorial Association
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RICHLAND, ORE.. THURSDAY. OCT. 2-1, 1918. Vol. C, No. 50
IN WAR CAMPAIGN
Chairmen of Organization Also
Following are the official quotas of
each county In the United War Work
Campaign, week of November 11, chair
man of each county and his address;
Baker county, J1S.650, J. P. O'Bryant,
Baker, Oregon; Benton county, $10,000;
W.' E. Kyler, Conrallis; Clackamas
county, J26.700, A. C. Howland, Oregon
City; Clatsop, $20,650, B. F. Stone,
Astoria; Columbia. $10,350, Charles
Wheeler, St, Helens; Coos, $18,150;
Charles Hall, Marslifleld; Crook,
150, W. F. King. Prlneville; Currr.
J2.550. Hardy T. Stewart, Port Orford! j John Mott of Ncw yorki la uireC.
Deschutes, 16,500, T. H. Foley, Bend;
Douglas, J1S.400. Hon. O. P. Coshaw,
Koseburg; Gilliam, $5,600, D. R. Parker,
"jndon; Grant, $5,500, C. D. Tyler,
John Day; Harney, $6,500, I. S, Geer,
Burns; Hood River, $6,800, Leslie But-l-.t.
Hood River; Jackson, $20,850, Win.
J. Talt (North), Medford, E. V. Carter.
South), Ashland; Jefferson, $3,050,
. :oward W. Turner, Madras; Jose
phine, $7,100, George E. Luridberg,
Grants Pas3; Klamath, $10,800, A". B.
i-jiperbon, ruainaiu rails; iaKe, o.-sl
UNITED STATES PATENT
TkM'EM Quartz UU Claim, i
Amended Mineral Survey No. 127
bonal No. 0192ifr I I r
I United. State Land. Office,
1a (Iran. Orrfati" ' '
NOTICE is hereby Riven thai the
Ocm Consolidated CioM Mining Com
pany, a corporation, of Oregon, with its
tHKt office nddret at th City of Baker,
llakrr I otinly, Oregon, ha made appli
cation to the United .States Government
for United States Patent to tbo Ocm
utle cuibi, situated in no orininlaet!
Hinittg district, in Bak. r I'minty, State
.f Oregon, in sections 17 and 20, Town
.hip S Swutb, Haoco 41 Hast of Wil
'.ituette 'Meridian, as !iwn by the of
fieial Iat posted. nnJ d signaled by
tidMilAt and bv thn rtffi.-ial field notes
m file with the Unite! States SuYveyor
:c teral for Oregon, as Amended Minor
Said Gem quartz lode claim being dc
a umf. uy courses an! distances as
. 1 aw, to wit:
IWimiini; nt corner No. 1, whence
bi quarter Section corner between Sec
mtn 17 a ti1 20, In Township 8 South
;r-(ro 41 Katof Willamette Meridian
n liaker County Oreit!, bears South
1 00' Bast IC9.8 feet;
Thnee South 7 39 West HD3.3 feet
.t.otnor o. 2;
- Thence North 82 23' West G09.7 feet
' i eoroor.'No. 3;
Thenco XortU t 42' Kaat 14&S.2 fcot
Corner No; '-4:'
Thence South o2 23' East 59S.J feet
j Ciirncr No. 1) the place of beginning.
Embracing a total area of 20.601
for any ease that It fails 'I'f1"" I"- o mu survry ore;
br list of testimonials. I The Northwest Gem. and Gem Ex.
t-nslon North, both unsurvoyed, on the
I The ost Gem, unsnrvoyed, on the
! the Gem 'Extension Soulb, anil the
. i.:-st UAin Kxtension South, both uu
. r.c-. ed, on tho South;
r "i he Kast Gem, and the Nbrlhimat
:fui, both unaurvoyed, on tho East
Thire are lio' conflicting claims.
, All persons boldlhg ad-rse claims
' . any portion of tho'lamU embraced In
' application aro herein' notified to
Ic notte thereof in th I'nited States
'.md Office at La Grnndr. Oregon, dur
' th puUliention of th s notice of np
i"cation for patent.
I C. S. DUNN, llogister.
! First pnhlieatton, Auni!it 22, 191S.
, Last pnhLoation, Oct-ber 21, 191S.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers--i . -this paper will be
pleasd to team that there Is at least
one dradeT-Uiae that science has
been able to cure In all Its staces and
that Is catarrh. Catarrh txlns greatly
Influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment Hall's
Catarrh Medleln Is taken Internally and
acts thru the UltiOd -on the Mucous Sur
faces of the Kj.iJejn thereby destroying
tho foubdatlon of the dlae; Klvlnc the
patient strenrth by bulldlnc up the con
stitution and ossUtlng nature In dolnplu
work. The proprietors have so much
faith In trie curative powers of Hairs
to cure. nd fbr
Address F. J. CHKNET A CO.. Toledo.
Ohio. Sold by all Drurglit. ?5c
Mrs. William MacMaster;Var Camp
Community Service, Emery Olmstead;
American Library Association, W L.
Brewster; Knights of Columbus, Frank
J. Lonergan; Salvation Army, O. C.
Bortzmeyer; Jewish Welfare Board,
tor-ln chlef and Lyman L. Pierce, of
5an Francisco, is director of tho
Western Department, embracing eight
itatcs, including Oregon.
Huts for Nurses.
Huts for nurses are maintained by
the Y. W. C. A. at the base hospitals
In France. To extend this "work a
portion of the United War Work funds
to bo raised in Novembor will be sstd.
F. Burgess, Lakeview; Lane, rJ. Henry AtberSj, president of
, Richard S. Smith, Eugene; A , tJ, Atsm r f
i. $4,650, B. F. Jones, Newport; the Alber3 Bn3' MHHnR Co. of
Linn, $22,500, P. A. Young, Albany;
Malheur, $11,400, W. W. Wood, On
tario; Marlon, $37,650, W. I. Staley,
Salem; Morrow, $6,750. M. D. Clark,
Heppner; Multnomah, $306,050, Dr. II.
. Fixott, Morgan BIdg., Portland;
Polk, $12,700, H. I. Fenton, Dallas;
Sherman, $5,S50, Geo. B. Bourhlll,
Moro; Tillamook, $8,550, C. J. Ed
wards, Tillamook; Umatilla, $34,200",
M. R. Chessman, Pendleton; Union,
$16,150, George Palmer, La GrandeJ
Wallowa, $9,800, Wade Slier, Enter
prise; Wasco, $13,250, E. O. McCoy,
The Dalles; Washington, $21,550, J.
H. Garrett, HIHsboro; Wheeler, $3,050;
C O. Portwood, Fossil; Yamhill, $18,
TioO, W. B. Dennis, Carlton.
MISUNDERSTANDING CLEARED UP
A misunderstanding relative to tho
canteen work of tho Y. M. C. A. hatf
been cleared up by the War Depart
ment, which issued the following! '
"Matter of prices asked by Young
Men's Christian Association for its
articles sold in canteens overseas al
ready investigated by war department
and condition Is being remedied. Tho
Young Men's Christian Association
was originally asked by General
Pershing to run the canteens for the
army on a cost basis. In order to do
this It had to reckon in price fixing
lucb overhead charges as transporta
tion charges and marine insurance so
that prices were much higher than in
"The Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation made no profits, but lost thou
lands of dollars, Arrangements now
sade will enable thorn to obtain supf
idies from sources that will reduce
overhead charges and keep prices
Portland, was arrested Monday
charged with violating1 the espion
age act. If but half of the things
charged against him are true he
should face a firing.squad and the
millions he has accumulated in
this country confiscated by our
M's. Smith Recommends Chamberlain's
'I have liad tnoreprlfcesstbmaclitrou-'
ble for eicht or ten years," writes Mrs,
G. H. Smith, Brewerton, N.Yi "When
suffering from attacks of indigestion and
heaviness after eating, one or two of
Chambermin'fl Tablctu have always re-1
lieved me. I have slpo found them a
pleasant laxative." These tablets tone ,
up the stomach and enable it to perform
its functions naturally. If you are trou-'
bled with indigestion give them a trial,
get well and ttay well.
The caution Issued recently in
Portland by James F. Pershing,
brother of General Pershing,
against relaxation of war work
activities, lias been echoed In
mt-snacs Isitued by departmental
head In Washington, D. C,
copies of which were sent to
Executive secretary John Kol
lock, of the Oregon State Couuoil
of Defot.se. "Carry on" is tho
theme of thuse telegrams, whose
sendors felt tho Ocrnian peace
proposals might Interfere with
campaign plans just formulated.
Consequently, the United War
Work drive, which opens Novem
ber li, will be conducted with
even more vigor than had Ger
many not sought to bring about
peace on her own terms. The
departmental heads, as well as
Mr. Pershing, emphasize the
need of coi.tlnucd activities by
the several affiliated organiza
tions participating In the drive,
even uftc r hostilities have ceased.
) r a -v-wr -mr -W- -vi ur S T r A t .'ATT W
307 I NO
UNITED WAR WORK OFFICERS
State committee officers for the
inlted War Work Campaign are: W.
. Ladd, chairman; O. W. DavidsorL
rector; Jolili W. Kelley, and Mrs.
Illiam II. Marshall, associates; direc
tor publicity, Ira F. Powers' Speakers'
md enterUUers' bureau, J. W, Day;
jtudoata, Joan H. Ruddi vlcetory boys'
tad glrU' feature, Walter A. Ooss.
. Chairmen of the sevon allied organ
f loas J ,J
. 7T. Mr2i Art Mr, JLaJdj T,
More and Cheaper Fish
Higher Priced tjsn
Waste of Food Fish
( Laboring Class v
306 X YES
Kefcp the price of fish down. Help production offish .
VOTE 307 X NO
Z Kcnd nrgumont in Htnto oloction pntnplilot,
a Clackswas County FUliermen't I'nlon, Anilruw Natorlln, Hc, Oregon City, Ore
The original front-lacing corset
New world coiiilitlotin, tlonmiitliiiK tho
tintipunl of -till patriotic whini'ii, liuvo out-
Jj nlmsizutl tli'i supuritirit)' oi tho cntiilio
They ImVn libcomu it pnR
tho patriot io war uiiifnriii for wtiiii'iii.
- Only in n CiosHfinl can ovnry wiiuth nt
tftiu tho itli'til propurtiom of htr typo, an
iniinitnblo htylo and a' liygiituii; Hiipport
tlint safugunrtU lior licnlth mill iHrtnrurt a
priolesa hll-dny comfort,
Tho ptTfoet CJortsard Ijnck, with ita tlo
liglitfully tint lino-t tlint novor linvo liccn
anil livor will ho nttnined by those al
tcmptini; imitations, nrfcctly kiipiioiIh
spiin antl hack niunoloi in Uvory position.
Tho perfect Oossnrd frontclimitmtud alj
o apponrani'C of fat or thicktioan and given n
2 liygio'iically correct abdominal Hiipport
that moans porfoct comfort atnndipfj, ait-
3 ting or bonding.
o Tho namo Gossnrd on tlm IiihIiIo of tlm
corsot ia your gimrantoo of tho genuine.
a Tho highly ofllcientHorvico of our cordot
2 department asauroa you sntisfaotioilt,
1 Exclusive Agents for Eagle Valley
jtxzp iron :
says that down South
the best people won't
chew anything but Real
Gravely. They know
how it's made tie
Gravely way. It costs
nothing extra lo chew
this class cf plug. A
small chew of Gravely
holds its good taste.
That's why it lasts so
much longer than n big
chew of ordinary.plug.
It C'f fnrthtrtliat'i trAvjeti
tun (el tiei!witi!e cf this ctoit
cf tibjui xrtlkosl extra toit.
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
10 $ a pouch-a?? vjorttt it
I)rv Gulch Ditclf Co., Hichluntl, Orei;uii.
Tlitre is uulIiKiucnt on lliu folovitiu
described stock, on account of fcascas-
incnt luled Feb. 0, 1UIH, ahd intortet
thereon, the amount sit opposllu tho
nam? of tho fol'owhiK iharuhuldur:
Name Curtillcato Kuiiibi-i- Alnount
John W. Fartoy 03 DO $103.50
ami In accordance u-ith Inw and the or-
ticlei of inforrorotion and Ijv-Kiwh ol
tuid corporation, so inniiy liare.i of said
vtock an may be necessary, will liu told
at the homo of R. (layer on the lUtli of
Novbinhnr, 11HH, at tnu hour oi tnroo
o'clock p. m.( to pay tho delinquent ns
scssincnt thofon tobtlier with the coat
of advertising, Interest and expencea of
J It. Lhh, bee,
First publication Oct. 17. 1!)18.
Ijist publication Nov, 14, 11)18.
Guarantee fans fflcJcncy.
Out traction automatically
Stand years ot hard aarvica.
Light wsight aty to handle,
Vunlor" for 1 fclowi. -fltnlor" or A
(uur j-piow macnmta oominr ioon,j
NIISON TRACTOR SALES CO.,
But Urrlon at Kf Third It
In the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Baker
In the Matter ol tlm ) Nollco of
Kstnti ol Wi limn lien- Filing
nett. neceubcd. J Final Account
NOT! OH 18 IIKItKllY (SIVHN tlilit
tho ilndlTBlnned liaa filed her fliiiil report
in tho uhovu entitled dnittau nnd tlint the
County Court of Haker County, Oregon;
how act Monday, tho 20th day o( Novum
ber, 10IR, at tlm hour of Ion o'c!ock A.
51., an the timo, and the County Court
Itooui in the County Court llouao of lliu
City of Jlukcr, linker County, Ort-uo-i, ai
the place, when and where eald llnul ro-
Iort nnd nil mattorn connected therewith
ami with fluid eatatu aball como on for
final hearing nnd determination.
All poraona hnvinn objectlonn thereto
shall then and there appear nnd iniiko
Dated thin Kith day of October. 11118,
, , JANKIIKNN'HTT,
Administratrix of tbo ea'alo of William
ilenuett, lato 6f IJaker County, Ore
Date of flrat publication Oot. 'M, llllfi.
Date of last publk-atlnii Nov. '21, HUH.
1 Iiqve insinUpd n new nlKt
and am prepUrdd to vulcah3
anything tljat.it q possible, to. fq.
pair in that manner avon,nhpi
water bottle's and rubber boots)
CASINGS dhd IfoNEjR TUBES
a specialty. All work guaraiw
Plant at Richland Auto Co. adV