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THE SHOSHONE JOURNAL
THE SHOSHONE JOURNAL
Established 1882
SOUTHERN IDAHO DEMOCRAT
Established 1914
SHOSHONE, IDAHO, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15, 1913.
Volume 37
Number 37
Official Report
Of the Election Returns for
Lincoln County Idaho, No
vember 5 1918
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U. S. SENATOR
Term ending March 4th, ..1925
W. E. BORAH, Republican .
FRANK L. MOORE, Democrat .
U. S. SENATOR
Term ending March 4th 1921
FRANK R. GOODING, Republican.
JOHN F. NUGENT, Democrat.
CONGRESSMAN
O. R. JEPPEHEN. Democrat..
ADDISON T. SMITH, Republican.
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
ALFRED BUDGE —.-.
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GOVERNOR
D. W. DAVIS, Republican.
H. F. SAMUELS, Democrat.
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
C. C. MOORE, Republican...
OSCAR G. ZUCK, Democrat
SECRETARY OF STATE
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W. A. FIFE, Democrat. « .
ROBERT O. JONES, Republican.
STATE AUDITOR
KDW. G. GALLET, Republican.
W. P. RICE. Democrat-._.
SEATE TREASURER
JOHN W. EAGLESON, Republican.—j 4g j 32J j 183 j 143 | J7 j 57 j 164 | 17 gj 49 j 35]U92 507'
ERNEST L. PARKER, Democrat. -1 2 0| 143! 87| 62| 3 45 132' 134 44 15j 685 j
ATTORNEY GENERAL,, 1 1 •
ROY L. BLACK, Republican.
B. A. CUMMINGS. Democrat.
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
ETHEL REDFIELD, Republican.
INSPECTOR OF MINES
ROBERT N BELL, Republican.
WILLIAM J. SMITH, Democrat. ..
STATE SENATOR
HENRY F. HALL--
WALTER A. HEISS .
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
SAM W. HILLS, Democrat .
ALVIN I. McMAHON. Republican
DISTRICT JUDGES
W. A. BABCOCK ..
HENRY F. ENSIGN .
W. T. STAFFORD .-.
REX V. WILCOX .
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
First District
ANDERS ANDERSON, Republican.| 3 6| 308) 134) 143]
T. I. ROBINSON, Democrat.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Second District
JOHN McFALL, Republican.
R. J. McMAHON, Democrat.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Third District
W. T. PATTERSON, Democrat.j 4lj lSlj 11S] 109] 8 62 137] 154] 6tj
F. W. ZIMMERMAN, Republican .| 23| 248] 119] 99| 10| 31) 139] 135] 14]
CLERK DISTRICT COURT
J. W. LUNDIN, Republican.
A. D. WILLIAMSON, Democrat.
SHERIFF
DeWITTE QUEREAU. Democrat-1 33| 192| 73| 90]
CLARENCE WHEELER, Republican-! 37| 298] 179' 118|
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STELLA COOK. Democrat..
T. B. BRUSH, Republican.
PROBATE JUDGE
J. L. FULLER, Republican.
F. L. TLLOTSON, Democrat.
CO. SUPT. OF SCHOOLS
LEAH M. BURNSIDE, Republican
ASSESSOR
BERT BOWLER. Democrat.
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SURVEYOR
LYN CRANDALL, Democrat._j 38| 123
JOE VERNON, Republican.
COUNTY ATTORNEY
HARLAN D. HEIST, Democrat.-j 45] 260] 116 69]
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REPORT OF A. R. C. CANTEEN
COMMITTEE
the citizens of Sho
surrounjing country
In order that
shone and the
know what the A.R.C. Canteen
Workers have done in the
months the following will give some
idea of the work carried on: During
month of September 998 soldiers.
October
may
past two
the
118 sailors and 13 marines.
1571 soldiers, 109 sailors. 126 drafted
men and 1 marine were served making
total of 2935 for the two months.
Several of the Red Cross Chapters
and branch Chapters from the neigh
boring towns have contributed tow
ard the support of the Canteen.
Among the contributions received
to date are the following: Twin Falls
Filer
Chapter.
Chapter. Buhl
Jerome
Fairfield
Chapter,
Branch Chapter, HiV
Chapter, Gooding apter.
Chapter and Richfield Branch Chap
ter.
The past month the ladies have ser
dough
ved hot coffee , sandwiches.
pie to the soldiers and sailors.
served was a
nuts or
among those that were
panied by his daughter who is at pres
ent a Red Cross nurse.
Several letters and cards of appre
elation have been received by the
Committee a copy of one of the imay
is printed here:
veteran of the war of 1865, accom
9: 30 A. M.
Nov. 2nd on board
train No. 18.
Dear Ladies:
Just u word of appreciation for the
dandy apples and other good things re
ceived this A. M. They were highly
enjoyed by several army nurses on
board, as well as myself.
Your work deserves the highest
commendation and I wish you all the
success in the world.
D. M. John.
1st Lieut. M. Corps.
A. E. F. France,
via N. Y.
VISITING CALIFORNIA
Mrs. Paul S. Haddock has gone to
California for a short visit, and a taste
of the "Glorious climate of California"
At present she Is at the hotel DeLux at
Long Beach.
A Soldier Visits Shoshone.
R. C. Totten, a returned Canadian
soldier spent a day or so in Shoshone
this week. He was returning from work
on the Liberty loan drive. lie has
served through the war in the 7th Can ]
adian machine gun batallion and is
one of the 21 members of that famous
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batallion of Scottish Canadians.
DEATH OF MRS THATCHER
Word has just t
death of Mrs. Lju ThsUouer at
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home in Elko. Nevada. Mrs Thatcher
formerly lived In Shoshone and a large '
circle of her old time friends will t-c j
grieved to learn of her death. Her two
sons, Harry and Roy were among l be ]
most popular young men of the town, i
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CARD OF THANKS.
We hereby wish to express our
thanks for the kindness Rnd sympathy
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our bereavement of our sonand brother |
of our friends and neighbors during
Russell B. Molsee.
Mrs T. B. Purdum I
Mr. and Mrs E. G. Molseo
j MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE.!
! Both houses of the state legislature
| are Republican by good working ma
I jorities. The following list of thé
names
; of the members of the two h'-iuos *s
! lieved to be correct.
REPUBLICAN SENATORS
.L. W. Thrailkill
J. F. 1,0we
... W. H. Witty
. A. A. Hart
.\\ T illiam A.
. E. I* Armstrong
Andrew Christenson
.. M. B. Yeaman
.W. S. Walker
.J. E. Kerrick
- John Me Murray
.. I. H. Nash
.—. S. W. Orme
.Robert Gilchrist
.Ralph S. Nelson
. E. W. Porter
.John L. McKown
.Joseph H. Seaver
.. Miles Cannon
_A. Kaline
_ E. AV. AVhitcomb
.W. A. Heiss
_W. Loyd Adams
.A. R. Johnson
.. Frank Metcalf
.. Ross Mason
.Victor Hegsted
_Charles F. Baker
. B. A Pearson
. O. E. Hailey
j Ada .
I Adams .
] Bannock .
Bear Lake .
Bingham ..
j Blaine ..
I Bonner .
! Bonneville .
j Boundary .
Canyon .
j Cassia.
i Franklin .
Fremont .
Jefferson .
j Kootenai _
; Latah ..
j Power ..
j Twin Falls _
i \A r ashington_
! Lewis ....
* Lemhi ..
Lincoln .. .
Madison_
Nez Perce .
Oneida .
Payette ...
Teton ..
Custer _
Butte ..
Benewah .
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Total
30
DEMOCRATIC SENATORS
! Bonneville ._.A. E. Stang'T
j Blaine
j Boise .
...William C. Adamson
. R. F. Gardner
I Boise .
Camas .
! Clearwater
! Elmore .
Gem .
j Gooding.
! Idaho .
ShosiTone ..
j Valley .
! Minedoka .
j Owyhee ....
. Elmer Davis
. „...J. E. Daniels
. F. H. Judd
. C. B. Faradey
.J. W. Tvler
George Wedgwood
. N. B. Pettibone
Dr. Tracy R. Mason
. H. C. Sims
_C. E. Turner
James Garbutt
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Total .
HOUSE REPUBLICANS.
, Ada .
. D. L. Young
... C. D. Storey
_ James D. Robertson
_ W. H. Tv
_ R. L. Give
_A. L. Borne]!
_ John T. Boia no
....Lewis Rabins
_ Soren Yorgeason
...Lee J. Nieison
Bannock
Bingham _
.. A. J. Kent
. Cecil Weeks
_ Irel G idmorson
__ T. E. Bennett
... Seth S. .tones
.M. A. Niger
. Nels Nelson
.Chris A. Me Donald
._:.,..C. J. Hugo
. Alfred S. Anderson
. Homer W. Canfield
.. je: . R. S. Hunt
.. W. S. Shearer
..Mrs. Emma Drake
.Richard E. Thomas
. A. H. Featherstone
.Carrie H. White
. Carl J.Miller
.Joseph R. Conover
.A. H. Morgan
.. T. N. Gough
__Curtis Browning
_ C. F. Cowles
_George O. Dwyer
Boundary .
Canyon ..
Cassia ..
Gooding-__
I Idaho.
! Kootenai ..
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Latah .......
Madison .
Nez Perce .
Payette .
Shoshone .
Twin Falls
Washington
•Lewis _
I Teton ..
j Benewah .
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. C. R. Peckham
-- p J- Foley
.Frank Harrison
..A- Pugh
-August Schroeder
HOUSE DEMOCRATS
_J.L.Corbridge
Bannock .
Canyon . .
Clearwater .
j Gem ....
I Idaho .
j Nez Perce .
I Shoshone _
. W. S. Shearer
.Lester S. Harrison
O. H. TRUMAN VICTIM Or INFLU
ENZA.
O. A. Truman received the sad news
of the death of his twin
a few days
brother, at Long Reach, Cal., Monday.
November fourth. Mar. Truma;
Shoshone but a few weeks agô~, Rec
ently be contracted influenza, which
suited in his death. The body was
shipped, for burial,to Mr. Truman's
daughter at La Cross. Kansas, the old
family home.
Mr. Truman was a minister of the
Christian faith, and was deeply in
terested in the history of all religious
movements. He is the author of sev
eral published lectures on religious
subjects, the latest being ''The World's
-Great Movements and the Coming
Revolution." These lectures show the
result of years of deep thought and la
borious research. Mr. Truman pre
dieted thirty years ago, the great war
which has just ended.
Mr. Truman was a man of rare cul
ture and refinement, a Christian gen
tleman in the highest sense of the word
The news of his death will bring sor
row to all who knew him.
M. E. CHURCH NOTICE.
All the members of the M. E. Sun
4 n >" School and church
all the issues of the Sunday school pa
pers. during the quarantine, by call
ing at the M. E. parsonage, O.
secure
may
James, Pastor.
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Governor-Elect D. W. DAVIS
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Elected by 20,000 Majority "How did you do it Mr. Davis?"
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WOOD RIVER CENTER GRANGE
Mr. and MrsButler. Charles and (Ya
j
rence Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Can
non spent Saturday with the Gherigs.
Will Ivie is very ill at present writ
] ing.
Peck spent a few days at
Theres?
home last week.
Mrs Ivie. Mrs. Vieira. Mrs Serpa and
Hattie Peck motored down to Gooding
j Tuesday.
Bass Butler an uncle from Gooding
,
! * pe "' the last
• family.
veck with the Cutler
Tressa and Hattie Peck. Mrs. Brotz
man and Florence Butler called on Mrs
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Hastings. Sunday.
Lester Cannon is helping the Byrnes
family at the Cottonwoods for a few
Mr. Warren is putting in the lawn at
the school house this week.
Two cars of young people went from
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this district over to Twin Falls and the
Blue Lakes a week ago last Sunday.
Mrs Will Sant and Hattie Peck went
! down to Hagerman one day last week.
Clarence
Mr. Butler. Charles
<«■
Butler went down to Gooding Tups
Chas is look
the
day evening and back.
] ing for a job.
I The Fawn Mills' are all ill with
J influenza. They are getting along as
- fine as can be expected.
Charles Peck was up from Gooding
.
i Sunday.
BIG WOOD RIVER NEWS
] Every one on Big Wood river re
] joices because the war is ended,
j Mrs. Burdett has been quite ill with
; the flu.
Mrs. Charles Cleveland is working at
present for Mrs. Geiske.
] Mrs. T. V. Ryan and children, Dennis,
j Nadine and Jack of Jerome spent last
week with Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Ryan
and family.
L. A. Denison sold his property in
Shoshne to Tony Davis and is visiting
his relatives on Big Wood River for a
few days before returning to Michigan
: X7r nn d Mrs _ Harrison Ryan and two
] children, also Mrs. Arthur Harn and
children were in town Monday inter-J
viewing the burning remains of tb*
j Kaiser and warming their toes by the
! bon rif i r e.
The family of A. M. Gomes have all
i recovered from the Flu.
Master Ward Mills is suffering with j
th/' Flu at
Mr. and Mrs. .
Monday.
D. Sid. Smith was on Big Wood J
ing for the united war !
'sent.
were in town
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Tuesday collect
work campaign
}»y bis brother Harrison, saying
T. Rvan
ved fron
word was n
that
had re
. at Camp Eusti™ Va, but In unloading
; haff y sorae way run a nail into his foot
which was causeing him great pain.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Ryan made a bus
j j nPSS trip to Jerome hist week,,
, l. y, cieiske was in town Monday.
Mrs . s. H . Ryan, with Lester Cox
an d wife, were in town Wednesday.
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LINCOLN COUNTY DELIVERS THE
CASH IN THE WAR WORK DRIVE.!
; jf. T. Whltenack. who has had charge
chcd
, p f t }, e War Work campaign for this end
| G f the county reports, as we go to
press that Lincoln county has com
pleted raising its quota with the fol
lowing results in the aorth end of the
county:
Shoshone ..
Victory Girls . .
Victory Boys.
Kimama .
1 Dietrich .
I Richfield .
. . *2144.00
. 67.50
.. 30.00
. 60.00
_ 250,00
. 412.50
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one third comfllejed at the time of the
Total .
The North Shoshone canvass about !
above report and is not included in
this report for that reason.
DIETRICH NEWS
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The force of Idaho Irrigation Com
krkmen engaged in concrete
! puny
; work were badly left out when the flu
struck all the restaurant people and
left the workmen short of provender.
Rome good Samaritans came to the res
I cue and are filling the place left vacant
d Mrs. Bailey hi good shape.
Mrs Glen D. Mav. who has been liv
! hf Mr. :
ing on the J. P. Kelly place, has gone
; on a visit to her relative!
at Chilli
he. Missouri.
Her husband and Mr.
: XHly are enjoying all the blessings of
bachelor life at the present time.
Charles Gunderson and family from
jabout Vale. Oregon, have moved into
their new home east of Dietrich, here
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which they bought.
j to f^re known as the Pat Hughes place
E. E. Fletcher, who has been doing a
] good job ofimproving a farm two miles
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j south west of Dietrich, the pa«t sum
j^er. is now on a trip to Oregon on
business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Fdwin R. Gage ari (wo
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employees on the big Gago farm ore
sick with the prevailing epidt?rnir. great
* v *° the interrupting of imic.'i wuk
now on hand there.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Beach have mov
or ^ one the houses of the big
Chris Frees farm.
Tvler Christian has erected a house
on the former Willis Giliett place and
is now occupying the same with his
family.
Robert Woods is now at home in his
new house on the former Dan Masters
farm.
The Roessler brothers have complet -
ed a well on the farm owned by E. E.
The
Fletcher, souehwest of
Dietrich tract is becoming well sup
nlied with with deep water wells furn
ishing an abundance of most excellent
water for domestic uses.
J. M. Clark is now getting himself in
readiness for the drive now on to raise
f thp Seven
town.
mir quota for the benefit
Societies that have the great humnn-
itarianwork for onr soldie-s . 'in have
our glorious, victories possible.
Rod Cross, tbs Y.M.C. A. nnd Salvation
rmv nnd other kindred orga.ilsatio»s?
Who
n fail to contribute a little to helpthe
Dietrich must not lag behind.
This week Dfetrfeh has been recel v
,r,tr
broyl«ed hospital.
za. So far the
rather light in its
<r hotel is put to a
? of rest,
■nod work as an im
L P Mustard, James
'. Patterson, R. J. Soper, Homer Tur
r. Mrs Crist anti Mary Crist are all
At the restan
ts share of
ise has bei
here. The
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good use after
nnd Is now dolr
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pH fa
Bafley.
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<5ir '< w| ih disease. So far there
i developed no cases of pneumonia.
and al| the sick people are said n he
prospering. Dietrich is. however, ex
ceedingly slow on business and news
Just now.
Mrs. Bail
nd her father are
A SUCCESSFUL HUNT.
"djn'ck Laneretim
Satardf vfrdmaten days hunt
ing trip in the Salmon river country
they brought proof ofthe fact thevwore
true descendants of Esau, the mightv
hunter of old. for each brought back
his limit of big game. Each one of the
party got the biggest deer of the lot.
For the past week each has been re
galing his friends with choice venison
steaks from their big game catch. The
Journal family sat down to a few meal*
at which It laughed Mr. Hoover to The
limit of scorn—only one kind of ment
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