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THE SHOSHONE JOURNAL
VOL. 35
THE SHOSHONE JOURNAL
Established 1332
SHOSHONE. IDAHO, FRIDAY', MARCH, 14, 1919
SOUTHERN IDAHO DEMOCRAT
Established 1914
Number 2
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THE WISDOM OF WASHINGTON

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The following extracts from Washington's- Farewell
Address form the foundation on which the United State
has become a great and mighty Nation.
H you need a new baptism in Americanism, ponder the
wisdom of Washington.
Against tlic insiduous wiles of foreign influence (I con
jure you to believe we fellow citizens.) the jealousy of a
free people ought to be constantly awake; since history
and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the
daneful foes of republican government. *** Real patriots
who may resist the intrigues of the favorite, are liable to
become suspected and odious, while its tools- and . dupes
usurp the applause and confidence of the people to sur
....Thc great rule o conduct for us in regard to foreign
render their interests.
. . The great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign
nations is in extending our commercial relations to have
with them as little political connection as possible . So
far as we have already formed engagements let them be
•fulfilled wth perfect good faith. Here let usjt <iiV f *
.. Europe has a set of primary interests which to us has e
none or a very remote relation. ..Hence she must be en
gaged in frequent controversies the causes-of which are
essentially foreign to our conscience. ..Hence, therefore,
it must be unseise in us to implicate ourselves by artifu ioi
ties in the ordinary vicissitudes of her pilitics: the ordi
nary Combinations and collusions of her friendships or en
mities. ***


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Why forego the advantages of so peculiar a situation .'
Why quit our own to stand upon foreign ground? ..Why,
by interweaving our destiny with that of any part of Eu
rope, entangle our peace and prosperity in the toils of Eu
ropean ambition, rivalship, interest, humor, or caprice?**
It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent qH'.u ee
until any portion of the foreign svorld.
Taking care alwaysto keep ourselves by suitable estab
lishments on a respectable defensive posture, ue may
safely trust to temporary alliances for extraordinary em
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So spoke the creator of this Republic. W ho will be
its destroyer ?
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WHICH IS THE »SAFER „COUNCILLOR?
GEORGE WASHINGTON OR

COL. E. M. HOUSE.
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$60.00
TO BE PAID TO SOLDIERS
DSSCHARGED SINCE APR. 6th, 1917.
Section 1406 of the Revenue Act ap
proved Feb. 24. 1919 authorizes the
1 yment of a bonus of $50.00 to officers
.-odiers, field clerks and nurses of the
Army upon honorable separation from
active service by discharge, resignation
er otherwise. This bonus is not pay
able to the heirs or representatives of
any deseasesl soldier.
Those who are discharged hereafter
will receive this bonus on the same roll
or voucher upon which they are paid
their final pay.
Those, who have been discharged
and have received their final pay with
out the $60.00 bonus, should write a
letter to the Zone Finance Officer,
Lemon Building. Washington. D. C..
stating their service since April 6, 1917,
the date of the last discharge and their
present address to which they desire
thi ir ixinus checks to be sent and en
closing with the letter their discharge
certificate or military order for dis
charge and both, if both were issued.
Upon the receipt by the Zone Finan
ce. Officer. Washington. I>. C.. of this
information and the soldiers discharge
certificate. this officer will cause
checks to be drawn and mailed to the
claimant in this order in which their
claims were received by him. The dis
charge certificate will be returned
with the check.
It is estimated that at least one mill
ion and a quarter persons have been
discharged from service who are entit
led the I nifits of this aet and while
payments will be made as expeditious
ly as possil le, it will manifestly ron,
uire considerable time to write and
snail this many checks.
A SUGGESTION TO OUR
DISCHARGED SOLDIERS
The most valuable paper you prob
ably possess is your discharge from
the army. During the remainder of
your life- you will have many occasions
to use it to advantage. R is a paper
that may be easily lost or miskiid and
when once lost it is gone forever.
It is suggested that you go to the
County Recorders office and have your
discharge recorded the same as a
deed. The charge is small and that
record may tie of untokl value to you
,.r your children in years to come.
Do.not neglect recording so valuable
an instrument.
POSTPONED
The Junior Class play advertised^ to
be given March 14. has been port poned
until March. 28th. The Juniors are
workning hard o:i this piny and the
Shoshone public shall be amply re
warded for their Interest and patron
age Don't forget the dale. March 2Sth.
BIG WOOD RIVER NEWS.
Mrs. Earl Burdette has been quite
■ s '°k P il «t week.
-r
Mrs. (.'has. Furniss left Saturday to
visit her parents at Filer.
L. F. Gviske
Saturday..
vn lust
in
Mis. Harry Oeis and children were
visiting Mis. Bordette Tuesdav
Miss Elizabeth McMastus
to her home at F'iler Saturday.
returned
Robert Hewett and family expect to
move to the home place soon
-.—
Miss Pearl Sparks was visiting the
family of Mr. Scott last week.
Mrs. A. L. Horne still continues to
be very sick.
L A. Dennison and R. E.
wore in town Wednesday.
Hewett
f
Mrs. John Pewgle and children, of
Ho. are visiting Mrs. Pewgle's
parents, .Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mills.
If you want lots of friends and wish
to keep them, you must expect to be a
friend in return
Tanner Ryan spent Wednesday with
his brother Harrison and family of the
Carter ranch.
f
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Tony Boesenger is quite siek
carbuncle or. her neck.
with
-
The people of Big Wood rirer re
gret very much the loss of Mr. Butler
and family from our neighboi hood, but
wish for them jucces and health wher
ever they may go.
.. ,
Mrs Harrison Ryan gave a quilting
bee last Tuesdaj-.
present.
comforts. Everybody had
time.
Se\ en !; ties were
They tacked and finished 3
a lovely
Some of the items in the Journal of
week before Inst were written last Oct.
and only came out In print two weeks
ago. Our mail man's wife surely ha«
been after him with a rolling ptn
or else our editor had been tn a dance
and was awful sleepy, th«- night be
fore he printed that edition.
(Envelopes containing the
correspond«-nce and that of the current
week were received fit the Journal of
five the same day. Neither was dated
so both were printed—Editor!
delayed
Rink elerks are wondering if the
end oF the war means another set,
holiday to be observed every year.
Now that all our women have hv.rn
i
knit will tho homo folks have
ed t
warmer feet than usual' this winter?
.
farm bureau
MEETING
Thi State Karra Bureau held its
annual meeting at Pocatello last Sat
urday. Lincoln County wj
. . . „ „ „ , repres-I
port* a WJ interesting and valuable
meeting at which some of the most
vital questions concerning the pros
per.ty of the farmers were discussed.
After discussing .he farm labor
Bureau decided to re-;
commeno to th, county farm Bureaus
that, the use of their influgpce to
, . , , ..'7° SC: '!t ' ,S ,
md that at all times the farm lahor
»
ntain th..
nest ion should be considered on the
isis of b
The Stü
\v constitution in
ir and equitable.
Farm Bureau adopted a
ins:
nch it provide«
bit the relation of the State Farm
* t. wa-.d the
is the c<
Bureau sh;- II
Count y F. rrr
Bureau to th
W. F Ailv
•e-ele
the sc
ty
Buren
community problems.
>rth. of Twin Fa"
w
presid
vice president.!». W. Fluh
.«m. Secretary, and Ben fir/»«
; W. H. Coffin
of
rty of Bo
Caldwell.
infhui
pimitt*-*
appoii
»
problems: r'est control, lave at
ptoveihenis, Crop impr*
-Insr. Str.nd-a.rtf ization ;
im
. Dairy
ind grading of
?ting. I.
inted to
farm eroj*« and >t:
e suhjict of Farm Horne Econ
Th*> Bureau w
.ng the or„
Idaho Beer (
sa u to act i.i
within its pov
Bupcnu is not to be officially connected
with th. Beet Grower* Association it
is planned that-the membership of the
Beet Grow t rs organization be taken
from Ferro Bureau memberships.
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Lieutenant John M. Rochell. of Pat- ]
terson. Lousian*. was in Shoshone a !
! day or so this week. Lientenant Ro- l
chetl was a member of the 216 Engin- J
!
returned to America last June to act
I as an insrrustor. He is a ciwi engin- |
eer who has specialized on road work.
1 and expects to'locate in Shoshone, or ;
near here, to practice lus profession.
Harry Turnbull and Will Ivie w,i re !
the North aide farmers la
Olliî' Peck was in town Tuesday j
Firm th* North Shoshone
attending a meeting of the State Live
Stock Board, of which he is a member.
Ho returned Thursday morning.
Roadm-urter Collins went to Mlnido
ka on a business trip returning Thur. j
?frs. Thos. Tclper, n^d children, of'
Bellevue, ieissed through
Monday on their way home from ;i
er i
r
iU
UI be a;
1 as favc
t on rec
•ganrzafian of
v^ers Association.
risory capac
* and while the
Southern
The
ny ;
SEEKING A LOCATION
ers and was among the first soldiers to
go to Fiance, early in 1917.
Shush on-*
j visit to her daughter in Boise.
, Fred Rlgfsan. Fred Mocsop und a
ent to the Magic dam
The
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i party of friends
j Tuesday to try out the fishing.
biL
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COURT HOUSE NOTES.
The local board vviTl finish up ail its
work by the 31st of March. The rec
ords will be crated and shipped to
Washington. D. C.
* Nicholas Hentz was culled before the
1 To bate Court Tuesday charged with
keeping h.s children Out of school.
«as repremanded b> the court and
relcared on a promise that hereafter he
would see that his children attended
school legukirlv.
Ai-ch e Bowler has been appoiated
. . A. . „ • ■__ „„
t>v the Countv Commissioners as ap
for this county in dividing up
ith Jerome
pi.-er
the county, property
county.
Mr. aid Mrs. Jim Murray ret urn
ed this week from an extended trip
east aid south, covering several
J
. ... , „ ■ _L
St. of V endell. has been era- ,
stetes.
F. H. Ro
;*. 2 rer for the Shoshone
ployed rs ma
Club in place of * Dinty" Taylor who
recently resigned.
"Dinty" Taylor, who has been man
ager of the Shoshone Club ever since it
started, until his resignation took ef- ;
feet the first of this month, has ac- j
cepted a position with Frank Millsaps
!
in the Shoshone hotting works.
The flu quarantine has been lifted ,
ard of Health. This means
that dances and public gathering
}*o resumed once more, after sevei
of prohibition.
bv the
may j
i
!
E. C. Gleason, the Jerome arprais
orking jointlv with E. A. Bowler
for , nlns fer to
er is
preparing the recoixis
the new county,
BACK FROM FRANCE
John Klrebaugh has returned fron
th<J French Katie fields with an honor
^p{,. discharge and
ounds which tes
lify to the nature of his service,
w;ls shot through the hard and also
gassed in the Argonne Forest fight
which was the place where Uncle Sam
put the finishing touches on Heine and
, ine.de the whole German army yell
kamerade."
He
j
11: A. M. Address by A. t McMahon,
7:30 Evening Service— Sermon by the
pastor,
M. E. CHURCH NOTICE.
Sunday. March. 16th. 10: A. M
Sunday Schoo! session.
The public very cordially invited to
all these set vices.
!
:
A. W. James. Pastor.
It is to be hope«! our boys
are hot
thinking of bringing home a throne orj
two as a souvenir of the great war.
CANADA'S EXAMPLE
;
j
H will not be contended
armistice came as a greater surprise!
to Canada than to the United States
■ provision already made by
, worth taking into account not in
8pirit of derogation of our own in
stituttons in general, but because it
; furnishes an example of prompt
tioo that is worthy of emulation
The director of repatriation at Ot
j mwa now announces that the soverR .
t mt . nt j, prepared to pay its soldiers
a " war service gratuity" to tide them
. over the period of unempI ,
lowing their discharge,
is given In addition to a
that the
ac
ment fol
• gratuity,
back pay.
to which
nd also in
tion and
T!
»r other allowances
y be entitled,
le cn
; pension
the soId
tm
addition t
Sf . 0 . lcf . w|
ittei
ch the
te in order to restore the r
eil life.
The gratuit}
nt wir
di
V-,
n to
of a
'
a
ti.
>n of the a
field
ye and separation allowa
iod beyond his discharg
ded according to length and
e. There ts
ce tor
i-har
mam
maxi
« pay for thos
been overseas and
ti
service
nore. There
■h'a pay and
>unl
*ee
nurn of
a mm
allowa nc
held to
right.
, ,v. , ,
,
' , . 150 . .
" is * he ^at something
lî.hj 1 ' 0 ' 1 ' 0O * at . 1 * ma * '
f hlnCTy o( . the S? tut if 3 departmen
\± »? runnmg orter. By this token, j
says the Canadian director of repatria-,
.. .a-, , ... . . !
tl °": Ca " a ^a will record her a PP™-k
°< h " -^ ldl - rs and^ i^uiors to;
a degree mere generous than it
8 wn > ?' f r na . »
Pride in the achievement is war
U^k «hSrfTtbe scheme 6 raZ- i
... . -«•-„» K ..
. . tn^-h ch rlîief^ m^n 6 Th!.!
^ , i fo . the ' .
tQ occur immediateb--following
s^m'to' lhT^ven^nuH-e ^e^able^tlmn '
more geiler o ns am ount of pay— un- [
(nee» -
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THE BANKER MUST NOT RE* AX
HIS LICKS FOR AGRICULTURE
, n hlg :inr UuI report, D K . Houston.
i) which
lier is
a matter of*,*
ing cared for
tent of Soldiers' Civil
their
*d
Men
by the depa
Re - es pi 1
b
are
ihment
will
ret
gratuities as soon as
receive full pay and alio
the present arrangement.
• h
to
ce;
:es u.ider
im_
.Secretary of Agriculture.
expresses
the hope that the Department of Ag
riculture will be able to bring atout a
closer cooperation between the banker
and the farm«
tcrests of \
In this effort the in
th will be promoted,
|
• fine effort.
Assistant
j ^Sinoe there is imme<
• production and e ... .
*?nable us to send 2v
more
sley.
ys Dr.
.rence '
Agric
ate need
lion that will
of
ilture,
of
rv.
ti
! food to Kurope to feed our ovi
; of this is the still greater
I Agriculture shall he i
nanently prosperous
rad the priceless ferti
so preserved that the
never want for food.
Back
tha
cont'
of the
soil
The nj f the
custodian of credlt> the mouWer o(
opinfox the community leader to do a
. , , u . rnu< ,
Wl ^ rtn ,;' ,, f , t ••
Likewise bv larger business contac
the farmer will drop certain preju-;
?* 63 f suspicions. It bikes
to Banker-Farmer.
die
shall
anker. the
be!
two
VOCATIONAL TEST FOR- LIFE
SERVICE
Idaho.March. '.2th,
FTesi
Gooding.
dent C. \V. Tenney has bern appointed
chairman of the Life Service depart
of ^ Centenar> . for that terri .
tory lying between Green River,
Wyoming and La Grande. Oregon and-{out
the vocaticnal test for the students of :
j
Among the different lines of work ;
Gooding College was taken today.
named by the young men and young j
women of this practical young school :
the first choice for their life's work
were doctor, artist civil engineer. T aw
ver. bookkeeper, elocutionist musician. !
mechanical engineer, furmer, nurse, ,
dr* <s maker. English teacher, «tenog- J
her, high school teacher, f
mpher. t<
foreign missionary and music teacher. :
Only one pupil
hile three expressed no vocational
The test will be fallowed
|
i preference. » OB
i by consultations, conferences mil help
j fu! suggestions to get the young people
ce.iomenee now to pLm and to pro
f pare well for the fine of work for which
, they are best adapted.
HOME AGAIN
Ross Bolden arrived home Saturday
from his seivioe in Fronce. Ross lef*
Shoshoae a year ag > last November
and was one of the twelve Lincoln
county boys who heii*e\t the cause of
patriotism in America by giving
Kino net to the draft board, the civil
war and the Spanish war veterans and
ItrTJSrTiïmïZZ: tLTZ
bo>s to return from rranee ana nu?
fri-nds are all mighty giad to sec him
safely back with a record of which all
Americans may justly feel proud.
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LESTER SPURCK RETURNED.
Lester Spttre-k returned Sunday on
9 from over' seas service. He served
a trout eight months in France. Dur
ing a iX>rtion of this time his wife was
employe«! in the Shoshone post office,
Th y v. ill five on a ranch at Rich
field.
STATEMENT OF SECRETARY OF
LAßOR ON BUILDING PUBLIC
WORKS, ETC.
, )me we ou
aw,
.
:
'7 am of the opinion that from the
to our nor
. the
production will be
great that there will not he the remo
test possibility of securing any reduc
tion in the wage rates from their pr
ent basis. I feel further, that the man
r who fails to take into con
b
the prospects of the future
3 a hope of securing a cheap
r labor or cheaper ,raw material, does
not build up his organization and main
it during the possibly brief period
id W
.
,
t read
handicap]
in# his
e of the boa
he will be h
in
ift
ugrh kid
h
ing fr
in his fa
reform
srit
into
ing ca
'[the poai
tween t
the tim
the
.le proh
•S
h
post
►f mind
have
of some
nufao
w
the b; ef period between their n
fr , „ or the dUmi ,,
^ Industries until the.-
. ...... . .
rcal-scrbed into the natural posi war
ial activities.
, TV ot Agricuh.U-- is
t steps to accomplish p>. ■ of that
/urpoM in the matt.r of road Improve
V . . , .
" : '•>«■ military purpo«s r*n.l for v-at -
»I P> .'ea, roads are necesr
l! >-- country. Where men ar; employed
ling, they do
°T n
P artment °f Agriculture, therefore, U.-s
aaked " ** to « |
in cooperation with the respective
' - -
Oi IXM .
" be - 30,116 of these worker* tern
,y
he resi
th
(
v
of
le fo
nat
ould
ilkted
ind
doing tî
to have
rre ii
it in doing tfv* tt
that ought to be done— thu are y
able for peace time purpose — a
ervoir that will take care of them far
isal,
j.
from
be
v- all >v
porarily. until industry resumes
ural course.
"During the period of the
virtue' of the short** g
there has been little
activity in building opera
«attentions, in
ir.
if
►rki
munict;
wit ter-works, or any other of
*y have been aie
utilu
P° s
■Poned
of the
lity
w
re suggesting,
of Labor, to
-
the Hen
imen t
ighout tl
-0
•A
ieir
in'
> possib
Qit
it should be undertaken as prompt
>
1
"Wl
is p
; public means, wl
lib le r
er it is p
k. or things th;
undertake pul.
»re valuable for peace-time pu
It may not be needed but i
possible.
■ ought to be provided s
utilized if it is needed.
that it cac b
"Personally, I am opposed to the ere
a tion of work solely for the purpose of
giving employment to somebody. I ioo';
upon that as being so much waste«
and
wasted
intelligence.
energy,
waste of material. But the same argu
meat cannot be made against employ
ing labor for useful purposes and this
should alwpvs be borne in mind, that
if you have millions of men out of em
jployraent and by virtue of their being
of employment, unable to supply
food and clothing and sheker for their
families they are going to insist upon
the opportunity of earning a livelihood.
"I am not one of those who take the
;
ground that a count
lowed every man a living,
ernments. all organized s<
ereate«i, and consequently, more or I
artificial because of the
that must of necessity
the purpose _of enablii
rmony with each other.
y or a government
But all gov
ietv is raac
restrictions
be imposed for.
is to live in
And because
h
w;ips the opportunity of working for
themselves, and I am one of those who
. „ . . ...
i believe that all good governments will
; see to it that every man has the op per
• tunity to earn a Uving. In other words,
| the Government does not owe him a
■ living, but it owes him the opportunity
j to earn a living.
Y. W. C. A. DRIVE
is asked
ReforeAprii i»t Shoshone
to raise $22.iM) for reconstruction work
in t h„ y. \V. C. A. Owing to industrial
conditions resulting from the close of
war. the need for Y. W. C. A. work
greater than ever before. The problem
>f th(î «vho suddenly find them
° Ut 0 i P08i " 0nS 0f tht
returning soldi«rs, is a grave one.
xhis drive is carried on under the aus
plc , s of t ,. e Women s Council of De
fensc Th lueinbers of the Ie-cal com
nuttee are. M'ktreM R ir ger. Kent
Horne. Leah Borden amt Lenore Noble.
J. R. Miller celebrated his Si)th
Several gentle
in small towns as well as cities is
birihday on Tuesday,
men were invite«! in to a "stag" dinner
at S:S0 o'ck-ck which was greatly en
joyed. Those present were Jerry Pur
dum .Bert Bowler. J. B Christman. J.
E Wesson and Price Newman.
.
DIETRICH.
W.
rj
tor his 4tarm near Kuna.
IV. T. B
iis week attending
Shoshone
nç of tho
Bocrd of County Commit
-
oners.
Mr. and M
"■
S. B. King were
and Mrs. Shellma
guesrtas of Mr.
per last Saturday e -
Mr. My rr-h, of North Dakol
was f
er
w>
• < ^ i;
ft
Hr*. F. C.
4
the Pro
Mrs.
Diei
le of the t
Worses
Mol
of
Boy
»very bnrr.
thereof out to his land to be used there
* n -'lecessar}
« "are Watson and Percy Bobyrts, of
37*" ,ire over the
with a tie» !
denis here. They want to rent thus
T '
-ng
sed to
Id i.
led to
eaith
till some tldii©
9s fhrearening.
U h
■*
farm on tl
F. W. y,
alls, arri
id have
from.
the Diel
n of the Recti
ith
if the
tract.
J. R- Smith is said to be coming to
town to five while he bikes down his
and - hauls the lumber
D. D, Biekett is out in this country
looking over his interests here. It is
said Ifctt he a.id J. F and Gi'urcli
Bmith are about to cancel their cav.
tract on ihe Biekett farm, Mr. Biekett
to resume operation* there.
1
e of iKe most surp
that have recently c
of Mr and Mrs. J. F. Woods, oi
their home
o rty. u large
'■S pi
unes
me iato t
las
C;
y
re of the r
;lit
of the
and ch
1 there
*emh
tina<
cial
ke]
thing
till
Th.
rhemse
■f Mr.
and Mrs. J
I*at
(Ii:
ti
thi;
Mr.
here
Path
ig»t*d.
A
ly good
>rom
inent fe
lifui
mipu
•h W. T. P
first prize: Mrs David Ti
and Mrs.
of
atterson won
second:
te booby.
VT. E. Pn
L P. Musi
the efficient
io has
en
Dietrich Highway Distri
mers of the
ommi
the pest
two years, has resigned his office. Mr.
Mustard thought that matters may
arise wherein the interests o f the Dis
trict and the interests of the Idaho Ir
n "U'.
wh - ; ch
company. It might be embarrassing.
w **° e'er before tht^ knew that a *fera
•mpany rrr
. as an eraplo
in
D*tl -
of the
Tt
ocrat could ever resign an office,
almost makes me waver in my faith
and doubt "Dicks" polities.
îents have
to preach at the M. E.
y March l^th
ide for
A
Church in Dietrich 01
at 11 o'clock.
.Viter this date we
roads
Aguiar
m
i>a
ernoc
M. E. CHURCH NOTICES
CARD OF THANKS
neighbors in.I *
for ail their kind deeds
path y during the sick- .
darling Unid .
lank our
We «
friends
EXigh
id death c
Ruth.
Mr.
nd Mrs. A
V
ENTERTAIN ALTAR SOCIETY
Our report last week of the Altar
.Society entertainment should have
stated that the Catholic Aitar Society
Mrs. Elizabeth
Hughes at tha
Forty five mem
was entertained by
White and Mrs. Pat
home of Mis. White,
hers were present and luncheon
_
vv*lv NAT in I iNroi N -rtiiN-rv«
r Z tZZ ^owlreof llo^Rlrer,
..
worth «f Lnl» V i hè<- is
I ÂhÏiSλ
£ elima'te but^Ltuse of the kind
of peQ ^ , ivlng in lhat counto - ^
their luethods of handling their fruit
business. Lincoln Co. can do as well,
not In fruit but in things that can b«
grown here. We need some body to
hat to do and show us how to
i
served.
t
t(fI j ,. s
do >t. The county agent and the Farm
Bureau may be the solution,
knows?
Who

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