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. RICHLAND, ORE.. THURSDAY. APRIL 21. 1919. Vol. T. No. 23
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Bo Cured
Own Official Report Gives 3,076
Casualties and Many
i ..! ui i'ii. ulo, they cumi't inch
Ih J.. m.J rttoo et lh nr Tbcrv U
on.) ik i id cur catarrhal da(nu.
jin l t i I v a RUutional remedy.
Vuturruu; Laii)M I enutol by an In
HituJ cun.tmon at Ih muioji lliilnf of
th Euataibiu" Tub. When this tubo I
Inilam. J 5. : hire & rumbling sound or tra-H-r(.ft
h.irinit. al when II 11 entirely
riiMtil. lv 1 .!! I the result Vnlen III
r'iimm.iM,i'i ran b reduced and Ibis tub
rtiior.d to In aorraar condition, hcarlne
; wii: he deafer foraref. M.ny eaera of
; d.-ifTH ar. o-uwed by catarth. which I
1 an indamid condition of tho'mucou ur
: r.ic HaU's catarrh Medicine am thru
1 tii.- blend o ih mwoms urfaci of th
I YV- Kill ivo Oat- Hundred Dollars (or
I any aee t 1 niarrtal Draftiru that cannot
I t cured '.y Kiir OMarrh Mullein. Or
' culara fr.'r Dttuntata. 7K-.
F J 1. XEKSTY 6 CO. Toledo. O.
' a complete wreck by gunfire nml was
; finally turpeltod. TJxera was only one
' survive- of her Crew,
j I.lgl,i rui. r Praaenloh, set on flro
1 nml w r. ; ! l y goafire and was torpe
i doctl iui-i -unt. Only eight men of
I her un Nia vlypl.
j Five d -uveraj are known to have
i bevu m::iU. watte Others lnul to he
towed Into jtort.
A compete record' of tlie BrltlMi
forces tn,M-Hi q the battle shows 24
. dreiulnim !.m, S battle cruisers, is
, cruisers, ii light cruisers nml 78 destroyer.-..
The German force lnclud. !
21 battle-!. ips 16 cruisers, 77 destroy
ers. It i- ! arty established, however.
tli.it of t: - Miijw which actually cnune
into acli.m the preponderance of force
wns held by the Geniuins.
SHOT 9 TIMES
TORPEDO CgEW PENNED IN
Cut Off by WredUtfle From Exit Till
Vessel Wu in Dry Deck Clearly
Established Germans Had
London. There Is no reason to
doubt he substantial accuracy of the
German official account of the losses
suffered by the German fleet in the
Jutland naval battle May 81, 1010, It
Is learned officially by Reuters. The
German figures published June 10.
101G, showed that the caMialtles to the
fleet's personnel Were: Officers, killed
or missing, 172; wounded, 41; other
ratings, killed or missing, 2,411;
wounded. 440. Total, 3,070.
i Official details of damage done to
Individual vessels follow:
Battleship Koenif, struck about fif
teec times and liadly damaged. Ship
!tfent down by the head until her fore-
'castle was only 6 fee,t aliove water.
The crew of the forward torjiedo tube
was imnrlsontd until the ship wa
'placed In dry duck .Tune 5. Tour fires .- " t
-ore atarted on the ship and Admiral Corporal Slorms Heights of
'Iiehnke was woui.ii. il in toe bead,
casualties were luavy.
Hit by 28 Shells.
: Cruiser flejdlPa, hit by 2S xhells
-and one torpedo from a KrltUb de
:stryer. Her f:castle was riddled
and her lore turret was put out of ac
0!i. The entire crew of the turret '
and magazine were killed with the ex- '
cepVpji Of thrte or four men. The
'AhlP was beached in a sinking condl- '
'tHiI -ImL he was afterward refloateil :
and repaired. She muttered heavy can- j
;- TWttleslilp Grof-. r Kurfuerst, dam- j
aged Uy a torpedo and feur heavy
shell. Euglnes were damaged.
Jwttleablp Olu' iiburg, hit by a shell
from destroyer which killed 11 and
'wounded about a dozen, mostly officers
on thp bridge.
Battleship OKtfrIe-Iand, struck nlno
rwli!ch tore li . " hole in her starboard
'ilfle. She w.is . Klsted Into port by
Bftttfeehlp Schlesk-n, . Uschtly damaged.
Pumps, Pipes, Valves, Repair
and extra parts of all kinda
Firestone Tubes & accessories
for sale. Tin e vulenniziwr
also solderinir of all kinds
neatly and promptly t'otie
Shingles, Lumber, Windows,
Doors, etc., carried in stock
0. A. CORSON, Richland, Oro
NOTICE OK CONTEST.
i I'or (.iii' ivat'on
Serial Xn. OtU&v foiitwt No.
I)9irtui'iii i iIim Interior.
Unltwd Stalw: Iju a Ultijo, li liraiule,
OroKO.i, April ''i'''.
To KtiBmu J. Petti. -tu of Haines, Ore
You nro horebv i ntllled that Jlni S.
P.iiriildo, who b'i. - iaMa, Oreu.ii. hk
bis twtjoltlco nihil . n. did on April ft,
lHtl, file In thin - il. e hie duly eorrobor
atud appllontion t ennttwt ami Keeuro
tlin cimcoUatloii t x "iir llomeitiud Kn
trv, Serial Ko. ll' . made .epleiiiber
M, IP10. for. lot .'. -W l l Nl'. I-1, W'i
SK 1-1, 1ju,,8, SI. NW 1-1. K 1-2 SS
! I, Section 5. T -hip 9 wmtl , Kanae
W cast, Wlllaii.'t i-. Muridlan, ami an
tsrottmU fur his k ft lie a)Uv:- that
said KuunJ. I't: jhiiabaitiloiiiHl aiil
ImihUou or altotit n,. loth day ol PtH'eni
bur, 1017, and cin " .-.id date ln never
been on said !. or reyhtei tliereoii :
that wliii abahd"! at and fuilure to re
side thereon ha- ' teen eauwHi by nnv
twrvieelti the arm navy of the Uniietl
States, nr ttie
military or iwva
You are, ther
that the said slU
u lujifewwl, an.)
tneutr Ony. aftt i
cation of Wd n."
your answer, uti'!
poiidiiiit lo tltp.
totfothar with do.
served a Ooi yof
Yon .should at.i:
name ot Ue poi .
"ire fnturj nftUn -
militia t r by un
. r U-o of any ehar-
. forth. r rotiiiml
ii.iuh will be taken
ur mi id entry will tx
mrtlier rtitlit to lu
th.n otllee or oil ap
.. in thioothcu aitlitn
'ie f'orKTtl wuWI
. ., as shown beiow,
r alb, spi-cifieally re-
:i itntionsof contst,
I that vou have
in nnirtveroii the said
tier in jiersou or by regis-
Tht' , Ourcq River W:th Rem
nants of His Platoon
At the direct' n of tho War Deparfr
mont General P' r hin? has forwarded!
from France acf ints of 100 deeds of
heroism perfon: ! by wUdiers of the
American force ia st typical of the
spirit of oor arnr . The story of Cor
poral Sidney Manning Is one of con
Corpora MaBn'nr was In charge of
an automatic rift" : quad whon his bat
talion assaulted tK heights of the
Ourcq River. During the advaneo on
t the bill Manning'.; platoon conunmider
I was killed, and ju t as the line reached
' the crest of the i.iil the platoon ser
' geant fell.
I Corporal Mann In i; then assumed
the only survivor
dier led forward
of the platoon af?alnnt an enemy . ji. hv 1. 1 hV M. See. iii. NW 1-4 XW
strong point, wired, entrenched and j M, Se,-. :", and NJ5 1-1 Mi 1-4, Kietion
defended by machine i?uhs, which dom-! 28, all in Township JO Sou'.h, IlaiiKv IH
inatnri th Oiirco valley. Hn wu re. Kast. Willau.eite .Mcriiliaii, has tiled
' in your answer the
;hce to which yon de
in ho sent to von.
C. S Dunn. Ueuivler.
Nolan KKilf, Receiver.
Imtf of first tootM.iition April 17, 1U0.
" eeoji,d ' April a4..
tiM- May 1, "
" .fourth " MayS, "
Not Coal Uiitl "
Dcpartniaat of (he Interior.
IJ. S. Land Office at LiUrandu, Ora
gon, Mare'- Mth.-lOlO.
Notice h hereby given that draff J.
Spill, of I'urkee, Oregon, xthit, on April
S, 11)1 i, maile llomeMtead Knlry, So.
OianuK. : .r N'-StKH. SlCSW'i and
W., vl '4, Secant 'Vi, Townbip 11
South. 1. mue 44 lat, Wlilaiiuato ilin
ditto, hs- .ii- ( noticoot tiitHiition to make
Threu j. ar Proof, to etabbh elaini to
the iati l ai'ove described, before V 1.
Patten- n, ' tilted Mlaten Cbmmibner,
at Lut.'-r, Oregon, son tlie Hh day of
Claiin.iiit names as syinews: Will
ism Itoln.a, "f Weatberby, Oregon; Al
exander .-ii.itli, of Weatherby, Oregon;
Meritt L. I-erne, of Wealherby, Ore
gon, OMir UlndiMlT, of Inrke, Oregon.
C. S. DUXN, Kegister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of Hie Interior.
V . S. l.ind Office at UUratele, Ore.
eon. Mure) i IHth. 1919.
Nottee is .'ereby given that Otto A..
of the platoon Though he i rfJ,,V;h,1."' 1 "V 7?' , " iii
severely wounded and was ''' , i VJil rJL.,' YZ . . "
of his siuad, this SOl- ,,'-' :B.in A.i.lltiot.nl limn. Ph-ad
the remaining men , ,,,.. No . m, (n, SE j., Htt l-i. ee.
jadlj uamagea tint the repair wor v hi mm n. 1 Proof, to n-tablisJ claim, lo the land
Tt ii 1 n, i ,. ,i " , '.ij, ' abov.i. M rild, before A. Is tuitibs, .Jr.,
solidated the line he held off a oomM-1 rollll ,y Ul.rki Mt I,iB olli.e at Maker,
arable numbey of the enemy fifty yards l)Ti.u, . (Ul, (BJ. of May( 1()ff.
away with his nf! When the post-1 vUunnut niimes n yitneH': V . T.
necessary mtuired several weeks.
-' Battle Ctfil.-er Luetzow, sustained
at letist forty direct hits from British
gunfire, which did enormous damage,
and wub also twice torpeBoed.
400 Casualties on One Ship.
Her casualties re variously given
as being from 4kj to nearly GOO.
Battlo cruiser Uerfllnger, so badly
:dnmagod that f.he had to be recon
structed. ' Cruiser Moltke, hit by throe largo
Shells and wns under repairs until Au
gust. Cruiser Von der Tnnn, one turret
'completely pfit out of ncllon and an
other virtually useless.
Light cruiser Klhhig nit badly dam
aged that she wns scuttled,
"r Light cruiser Itostock, ufier being
Marnugcd by gundre, was blown up by
hir crcty to prevenf! capture.' , kf
lil.ht cruiser Wleibudcu, reduc'ciMo
tlon had been oorHolidated he orawled Hah-. W U. IlickeiMin. V. 0. Oxirmti,
back to shelter, having received nine an.i Ott'i m buck, all of Durkce, Oregon.
Backing up such examples of sacri
fice as this the government Is calling
on tho people o take the Victory Lor.n
to pay for tho expenses of our war
6. S, Dunn, Kegi'tar.
TIIH NUW WUST MAKAKINIi
"UuHMnK Ibr Wttt"
fliliiti:ihtKl 110 -- th. dcvclop.ritat of
Wotcrn lniluitrla, i.Lurr, rnlalne, jl! and
tunic atliactioiw. Ut ir.i,r.t to tho VUrrn
Invntor. turner atl ilf. .""( I'rlntiil un liliih
Kra.Ju paper with copix r hlf-unc llluitralmni.
Yiar, 12: topr, 20t. Hirnph, Itr. 3'buck num.
ter for Hi. titn'l now. I Nw Wnt Viua
zlrir, 1211 Walkrr )lnk W Salt Lake 'Mr,
Utah! 1004 Willi I'M ,-S.attlr, Waili.- 7'JO
Woodward Ave.. IJctroll. Mloh. Ail.lrd near-
ret office, or place your uL.rlpllun tiaougb,
NOTICE FOB PUBLIOATION.
Pepartniont ol the interior.
i:.K ..!n-l Olliiso at LaOramlo, Oro
gon, Man h l.'itli. 101V.
Notice ih hereby givon that Jonph K
Stone, or Iticlilaiid, Oregon who, on
.March 12tli, liilft, mado HoinoHtead I'll
tfy. No 014377, for S JiJ HV I-l. KW I -I
SKI-1, -t:.:t:i, Tp. IQ.rl-, and ld ,
Hoc. 4,Tp 1 1 H., H. 4ft K, , and Jan, .3,
11)1(1. liia.Ie Ad. H. H. 01 11)32. Idr KK 1-1
NW 1-1. N 1.2 HV l-'i; t!W 1-1 810 1-1.
Bee. 33, ToiyjlHlilp 10 South, Hango Ift
Kant. Willamette. Meridian, lias filed
notli o of intention to inakeMlireo-year
Proof, to entail s t claim to tho luuu
I . Will you need
I Remember we carry
J Mccormick ,
I Mowers and RakeS
Mowers and Rakes
ui Studebaker Wagons
We would appreciate
your patronage ?
Men are sure
getting wise to
says the tobacconist
"Any kind of plug
pscd to be good
enough for most of
"nearly everybody is
beginning lo lenrn
about the renMo
of genuine Gravely
Good taste, sandier ahew,
lonj!.r life Is what wtkotCttfl
iiln Gravely eole to anew
than ordinary tabnooo.
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in poncho
above de-eillnd, before VVoiaiwui I..
Pattamon, I n I ted states Cuinniisioner,
at Ii:h ollite at Baker, Oregon, on the
7th da o! Mav. li.
C'laiiiiuiit rm men aa wituestr : ICmu
V.. Imtgiiii. Thomas WIIIIatnMii Jaroe
Love, and Orla Ho ell, all of Itluliland,
0. 8. Dunn, Kegister.
First pohln-.iti.m ilnrch 27, 1010.
Ut pu' lieution April 2-1. 1UI0.
' -jjw i-.-a' ;' ...j
NOTICE FOR fViaUCATION.
' I'ubJisher) ,
Iii i),iriiuenl of Uie Interior,
'U. H. Liiiul OlDce at Ii Utande, Ore
gon. I eb U'ith. PJ19. '
N'OTICK in hereby given that George
I) Kimouis, Mliose Aostofflce address is
Richland, Oregon, did, on the 2hUi day
of May, lt)!i, Die in this office Sworn
Statement ami Application. No. 01UI7I,
to pnn-hiirtC the NIC l -l NIC 1-1, Hec. )(.
N 1-2 NW l-l, Me. 11, and HKW SWJ,
Seed 01. 2, 'l ouiisiiip K South, lliingn 41
ICanl, illnio' tte Meridian, and the tim
ber thereon, iinder tlie prgviioiiH of the
act of June 3, 178, arid autsaiueiidaiory,
known as tie) "Timber and Stone l.'tw,"
at siieli aliie as miiilit bo fixed by ap-praiHeriio-it,
f lid that, pursuant, to such
application, tlie land and tlinh-r thuro
011 haw lieen apprn'iind. f 100.(0 : the
timber 1 Htiniat- d at 22ft,(KA) hoard feut
at fl 00 per .M. and tli land fl7o.0 :
that mi i'l applicant -.vill offer final proof
in hiipiMirt of bin application an. I sworn
slalemeiil on the 2.3rd day of .May, 11)11),
before- Charles A.SIiultoli, Uniled Slates
CouiniisNloiier, dt Halfway, Oregoh.
Any peivon Ih at liberty to protent thl.i
purchanii buforu entry, or initiate) u cnu
tent at any lima before patent Issues, by
llljui; a corroborated nllldavlt in this
olllce, alleging facts thai would defeat
0. S. Dunn, Kegister.
First lunerlioti .March ,'l0ll).
Lust Insertion May 8, 1U1U
In the County Court of the "State1
of Oregon for Kaker County.
In the Matter of thy ICsUte ) Notice to
ol Lva Co k. Deceased, f Creditors
NOrK'IK IS IIKltKBYtVliN that
the iinderfigtie.i haii been atipoluteil ad
tiiluiKtrator ol ih- estate of Kvi Cook,
late of Baker County, Oregon. Deceased,
and bus duly 'pialltled 04 s ub. All lr-.
cons baring rlnlniK against -said estate
are hereby notified to present the mime,
duly verified as bv law prescribed, to the
iinderslKneil at the nflUum of O. T. Hod
in, Attornev , Son.mer BJd'g . inker,
Oregon. iihui months from thn
date ol ihix 11 -Iii 0.
Dated ti is 7lliMuy of March, lfi!9.
" Admlnlftlrator of the instate of
Kva Cook, Deceased.
C. T. (Jodwiu, Atty. for AiluiinisJlrnUir,
. '" I' u i 1 .x j.
Notice lo Credilois.
NOTICK is hereby given that tho lilt?
dursii;ned by order of the County Court
of the State of Oregon for Baker Count'
miido on tlie lHibdnyol Ajtril, 11)10, wao
uiiiv api)oinlei the mini nisfator 01 uw
ostntii of Charles 0. Clark, duroased,
All persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to pteseut tlie
same properly veriflod to mu at lticli-
laud, Oregon, within six moiitha from
llio flrtt publication of this notice.
V. L. Payzant, Administrator,'
W. li, Hlrayor, Atty,
Dnto of llrst ptibllcallou April 21, lOlOi
Date of last ptibllcatloi) May 22, 1011).
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