THE SHOSHONE JOURNAL
Published Every Friday at Shoshone, Idaho by,
EDWARD T. BARBER
Editor and Propnmo»
$2.00 Per Year, in Advance
Entered at the Poatofflce at Shoshone, Idaho, for trans
mission through the mails as second-class mail matter
MEMBER EASTERN I OAHO PRESS CLUB.
• - * This paper has enlisted
with the government in the
cause of America for the
period of the war
111 V pi I *- of the fer.ru 11 f tlh.l-i
«oui« || '•> f i.ihility li
Mil Ntorin. Small
Infor© the «tale
lte<*d. of Ml
In ft ru<«nt
»•■»r Rsws'tatlon of that state. Is report
ed to have said that all great demos
rades of the past had gone on the rocks
because of the tendency to centralis*'
nd that at the tbn'*
th* Unit«! HtJtlm Him omimiit«<i pow
©r more than uny other nation of hi».
lory h*«l rver done. II© bewail*! tlie
futé whifh hr *««•*» in «tore for Um*
country because of this great cmtrv.
Iiatl-in if power In tie administrai. in.
rrtous si tun
It would Inde*
Hon ifl t wrr* not for thr fact that
»f mind distorts hi*
Whn our ForiMtitutlon wns adopted
thiuti wrrr many ihIimIh Lullt on such
lines of Ihnuirht that thry t>»*h**l<l short
Ilf© and irrciU disaster to our country
tih.nir thr lines of a
*truction of th»* (!i.
■trlct lltcnil con
nut urn H y a.
what Is now tho Democratic party,
of inlrol is it!
lie rases Hke
he is a thoroughbred
f time thev
it lui Ion as being
outline of government whieh
liberal Interprétât loi
is now tin
It is evident that either view of the
stitution carried U» un extre
Idea would lead to
It won it
thronte * "itnMpntitui of K"' <* ninonta I
function« that would block ull public
Tile Iteplltibr.ill lilea. If enr
rlt«J to eXcr.n would lead to de*triie
tlon through it» vn-y rxeoMMe». Fortu
nately for the good seimt- of the Amer
ican people the balance of power ha*
during the Ufe of our Nation been no
clt.t ributed bet wren the two great par
*» to rutile the Ship of State
**<t Intermediate courue which ha* built
up this great
that a mind
having th© trend of
by Hs'iator Hood
It is natural
ft ' •»■!»«!
be a Ivmnrmt «
It is natural that his trend
Of mind should lent
i m a temporary centralisation
hirn to see gnat
whieh Is now
mart a g» «at emergency
government may defend Itself, yes its
existence, from th«* attack»« of Germany.
It is for this
r«naon t hit t
rdent support ev
of the president In his war activities*
It Is for this m
Reell ha* nnl been
that most of
»f cangrefts have
ir work of the
cause«! the Hepiibli
*' •:«*• ' • • :
er Oppose*! th«
P» ©sklent or
and with drug
dher hand the
of mind h
ml In hta war mena
ipccdtng up of the work.
urea In the
nv of the At Tl\ I
>f the pr<
Criticism has all been ecut
rd lignin at
origin In hi* trend of
mind which makes him adhere to the
h*» Placed In a position where his
lions must be at c
ns purposes with
fc'* life time habits ,.f thought
great redeeming thought fur such
mind* I» that the United Ht.-.tes is now
•tripped for a tight for Its life Keyed
lip to the highest pitch of its ideals In
Hlates on » pom
It occurs Id
s an entirely different
from the some Putted
ce b* »I«
liaskmed officer finds
plan to just pull off his i
der »trpas, redi
long ppotsgb t<
It a wise
it nn«t »hol«
•e himself to the ranks
- gftms bilfk private with hl« Hats. J«
Wad* to br'.tPr dlsciplln*
ii*-m hit coat hi
ft« H r
tar out of
id shoulder st
Ills of fir
St Cto I of tml
Uu] and une
Senator Itced an
with a Democrat
find vhst Am. rti,
th* laying »«id* of anj
»>ed by hi
end of mild
.-tv* («1st mil
itlon for thet
rights to nie« I
Ity of Ann
In the life
*r©at national doul
;« tt. rig-h! ».
e a ft© »
©if And r©
ocked the Old
S'utc in the violent tombes*
wm no dan*
shifting of ballast
r*»t dun frei
ie war lies In
y to purchase a little
■ deserve neither libel
pot ary fi
The fact that every disloyal charac
i adopted the
1er 111 the State ha
I Partisan league a
! should Of Itself rep.
i sen. And the fact tli
I sat Ion
t hl« group of
I and outlaw c
th*«r torti#* trout am<i
and I riel
•fl love to
If of the ffffut patriotic
now Inupireft th« Na
e hi particular Ih an
Ob] 1er In France. It
non and our Hta
mult to «•
o home from
of theee «old 1er* ha« gone
an Insult to ev
ery loyal citizen iippiwnche*
and breeders of se
lilition and treai
ON THE ROAD.
Hill Haywood Is In the penitentiary.
Eugene Debs convicted and standing It
the shadow of Its walls. Townley In
dicted and fighting for time. How-long
will the authorities of hluho permit
McKnlg and Hholt* and Samuels and
('uininings anil their band to run ut
bug*- defaming our soldiers, discour
aging war activities, stirrl lg up strife
and dissension anil rocking the boat
while the waves of war lash the ele
ments Into savage storms and danger
ous whirlpools? In passing sentence
upon Delis Judge D. Westhaver of
Cleveland, Ohio, suld:
"Anyone who strikr« thr sword fr<
thr hand of those young men, or causes
!another young man to refus* to do his
duty when called to servo by their
>r anyone who obstructs the re
j hr wen
The Non-l'Hrtlwin league has guth>
ered to Itself all the disloyal bolshevik!,
il- W. YV„ anarchist and pro-German
ment of Idaho.
m country as if
oldler in the ranks of the
md wrong I
There is something
uni its doctrines
Kt I acts the
) elemenlK in a I
spite of the loud protestatlos of loyal
ty made here in Idaho by the leaders.
The ournul has stated repeatedly, and
still Insists, that this o
greater danger to A
and to our boys in the battle fro it,
than the armed and uniformed soldiers
of the Kaiser. These fellows are look
ing for reerults from among the loyal
elements of our great state. If you are
at heart a really loyal citizen anti are
inclined to line up with this organiza
tion of outlaws and traitors is It not
the part of wisdom for you to Invostl
gute as to the feature of the organiza
tion which attracts the disloyal and
outlaw element in such large numbers
before you commit yourself to their
assistance? Think It over.
Liberty bond or liberty bound, which
way will you have It?
There are American» who will Invest
ttn tJfcMiftad Mlftfi in worthkma mis«
mg stock, lai»
ho. when they cau
tiously la y down fifty dollars for a
Liberty Ikmd, fear they
| i< ftun|. H
Hon«Is of American liberty or bond«
r and his
you buy Liberty
I'nclo Sam and the Ih
• ant you to buy them.
Whom arc you going to pleas
>ys In Franc
'•■•'•• ■ g""*l ex plana
tlon why you don't own u set of Lib
rrty Honda, but why go around ex
plaining? Buy the Bonds.
nr* not giving your money to
when you purchase
You are lending It.
and at good Interest, too, for the host
mrlty In the world.
Lot your money be
come vocal In your country's defense.
The height of eloquence nt this time Is
the purchase of u batch of Liberty
He Is a pretty mean American who
others right for him. but
not only I
lets others pay for him,
[ for LU>«rty Bonds.
In »I fr««© country
»l>4'n for the Fourth |
« entry with them
to school did you J
•or and seal Pat
atlon. '•Give me lib
E m.' death"? Well. Ub
ml at ßfty dollars
«'rty l !
do or «!te. M -
ic Library Board held Its j
it Sept. 26 and for th*' !
coming year the follow In
losen; Mrs. F. Vi
chairman; Mrs. Gilbert
chairman: Mrs. A. J. Keefer, se*
Mr*. Paul Haddock,
herself as am
Mrs. A. J. Keefer u
was elected to si
ot the b<
s elected to 01 ! a
rd and i
it races mmui
" |\ k " 4,000.000
1 MAN .P0XCR.
// l Ç3
d ' •*
Every steel steamship turned out in our hundred and more
shipyards has more than a million rivet», and the rat-tat-tat of
the riveters' "guns" swells in chorus with the clicking of the
machine guns in France to drown the dying German cheers
over their submarine exploits.
The clinking dollars of the Fourth Liberty Loan will add
a shriller voice to that chorus and further lower German
It's easy to cheer for our boys in France,
lars shout in the Fourth Liberty Loan,
stand their voice without translation.
Make your dol
Germauy will under«
MOTORS SPEED THEM TO FRONT
Motor truck* by the ten* of Mtouanoda have made the great
differeat from any other In adding mobility to the oppoelng armtea.
Where preparation for battle* In prevleua year* required day«, bourn
are now nece»iary. Since taxicabs won the flrat battle of the Marne,
gasoline and rubber have been increasing factors.
Some of the American troop* In recent battles, perhaps those
■hown above In a momentary halt In a French rlllage, have traveled
thirty hours with hardly a stop for rest.
Your subscription to the Fourth Liberty Loan will add to the
certainty that some day troops will not reach a fight too late to win 1L
RETREATING KULTUR LEAVES ITS MARK
This shows one of the thousands of Franch villages which
been smashed to dusty brick heaps by opposing artillery during
German capture and occupation. Too often JPrench gunners are under
the necessity of sending shells Into the horned where they have
spent happy years with their wives and babies. " ~ *
VT l? Fourth Liberty Xn win heTp mové^
ruin barg lato Germany , t , —
BUY A FOURTH LI8ERTY BONO
By II. V. Neal.
f jark. ft voice to you «preaUn*.
ot F>f*k!om, Thought and FeeUns.
tm«X'ents implore ynu knee tin»;
"Buy a Bund.**
Host* of Hell *r* Right defying,
rparing not the *lck or dying:
llroken heart* to you are crying,
"Buy a BouJ."
For our boys
Stand for P.S.. „„„ _
Keep tbftlr h**rm* fir©» burning bright
Tn I. * !
who, in the fight,
for Qod and Hight
•«Kt, men Kr*«,
Help to wii
In Flanders Fietjj
Rloom—But If r
..oing to tiaok up
our ftghli'^ f nen hy putting over the
Liberty Ixmn with an oversub
we will have no time to
ffkuse and worship tho
to admits the iioppi*
W e were shelled without warning
ftt l o clock in the morning in our rest
billets, and three of my lieutenants
were killed instantly In the Inky dark
This is the simple letter of a
captain on the battle line ln I Vance.
^ Di» you count the dollars of .your
Fourth Liberty Loan subscription
when every retaliatory shell from a
155 millimeter howitzer costs nearly
"Your limit is your duty In th*
Fourth Liberty Loan."
"Back up PersJSng and he will back
the Kaiser over the Rhine." Buy
Fourth Liberty Bonds.
"If you can't work, buy: If you can't
fight, buy; if you have bought—buy."
Fourth Liberty Bonds.
1 PFISTER IS
ft He is the eye specialist from
2 Ht. Paul, who has been so sue
ÿ cesRful with his many patient»
y here. The relief from headaches
and nervousness found in his
; glasses Is too well known to re
1 P a u I re comment.
DR. JOS. J. PFISTER
the west's most successful spec
T ialist in fitting lenses to the eye,
I has over 17,000 patients in Idaho
'ft and nearly 19,000 in Minnesota.
'> He has been visiting Boise since
ft 1901, and will now visit Sho
• shone regularly every three
; a change in their glasses may
1 have this made free of charge as
'• all I'flster lenses are guaranteed
ï He is particularly successful
j' with children as one would im
2 agin after his long experience
• with the children of the St. Haul
ft He will be at the
McFALL HOTEL *
j! TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8
ft As formerly, examination will be ft
IF YOU DO NOT SEE
THE NEW CAR THAT
Gooding, Idaho, and we
wilt make it look like
a new one.
li Motor Car Painting & En- p
Portland, Ore., Oct. 1, 1918.
300 head of beef cattle arrivals at
the North Portland Stock Yards over
night, Monday's receipts totaled 1,800
head. Top grades of beef cattle are
selling at steady prices, but the mid
dle grades are sagging and are slow
sellers at a decline of 25 to 60 cent«.
Quotations are: Prime steers $12-13:
good to choice steers $U-12; medium
to good steers $9.75-11; fair to medium
steers $8.25-9.25; choice cows and heif
ers $8-9; medium to go«t cows and
heifers $6-7.25; fair to medium cows
and heifers $5-6- earners $3-4; bulls
$6-7; calves $9-12; stocke :s r.nd feed
500 hogs arrived in the hog division
over night, Monday's receipts amount
ed to 2050 head.
Trading is very ac
tive with prices steady to strong. Quo
Prime mixed $19.50-19.85;
heavies $18.50.18,75; pigs $16-17; bulk
pf sales $19.50-19.65.
There was a nominal run of sheep
The lamb end
and lambs over night,
of the trade is inclined to show weak
ness but the mutton end is holding
$12-11; fair to medium lambs $9-11;
yearlings $10-11; wethers $9-10;ewes
are subject to croup
get a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, and when the attack comes
on be careful to follow the plain print
ed directions. You will be surprised
at the quick relief which It affords.
Mr*. Smith Recommends Chamber
If your children
KAISER PUNNED TO
RULE WORLD AFTER
0 MONTHS WARFARE
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Jot> p \
is a reproduchor of the win
which subscribers to the
rn are entitled.
RICAN Home tho Ad !
A o A it ' l \
i; without it.
iCLASSIFIED HO DEPJtBTMEHTi
L ~ Reader, under CluMtfiud Heediag 10c Bee â
firil iaaertion end Be aecond time. I
Money to loan on Improved farms at
714 per cent on the best of terms.
W# have also plenty of cheap money
for town loans.
Lincoln County Abstract Co., Ltd.
A. I. McMahon, Manager,
Lincoln Loan & Title Co. will loui
you money on farm or city property,
write your fire insurance, and make
you a correct abstract of title. Give
us an opportunity to serve you. Sat
If you have any hay anrl pasture
to sell se or write me at Shoshone.
Ford Touring car, 1917 model,
new tires, fine shape. Address Jour
Typewriters for Sale or Rent
Typewriters, both new and rebuilt
Typewriters for rent. L.
C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.,
338 So. Main St., Salt Lake City,
GEO. E. STINGER,
With Evans Orchestra
PIANO TUNING, VOICING
P. O. Box 173.
I have a fsw extra good thorough
bred Cotswold buck lambs for saie.
Prices right. \V. R. Ritter, 9 miles
northeast of Shoshone.
FOR SALE— A Chevrolet car in
first class condition, for sale cheap—A.
STRAYED OF STOLEN.
gold watch, hunting
ease, Elgin works. Lost on streets of
Shoshone. Reward on return to owner,
Mrs. Amelia Thomas, Anderson's ranch.
14-foot sheep wagon box, two canvas
and an oilcloth cover. Very roomy; new
stove included, $00. 2 3-4 running gear
in good condition with box, if preferred;
all for $110. Inquire at R. J. McMahon's
FOR .SALK—Kitchen range in good
condition. Weir Baker, Cash Grocery.
For Rent—A nicely furnished
Inquire of Mrs. R. L. Pearce.
Picture Frames Made
MODEL CLEANING WORKS
Cleaning and Presing neatly don
and Gents clothing.
WOHK CAUSED FOR AND
DELI\ r ERED.
MODEL CLEANING WORKS.
1st door east of McFall Hotel.
Back Your Own With the Bond You
To Buy or Not to Buy is Not th#
Each bond a step toward victory.
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