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L R. Wiener of Harpster, received
the following letter from his friend,
Joe Weholt, in which he takes pains
to express his opinion of the work of
the Y. M. C. A., and in view of recent
arguments in this vicinity, ought to af
ford convincing proof that they are all
that is claimed for it. Joe is a mem
ber of Co. F, 12th Infantry :
"Camp Fremont, Cal., Sept. 15.—
Dear Friend:—Knowing that you are
Interested in army life will drop you a
few lines this afternoon and give you
ail idea of how and what we are doing,
so you can compare it with the time
you were In the service.
_"1 have been assigned to the infan
try now and tmllove me, we haven't
lost much time since we landed here.
1 haven't drilled quite five weeks yet
and am going out on the rifle range to
morrow, so you see they make soldiers
quite fust here. I also have my gas
mask, bayonet, full field pack, and all
the other articles necessary to equip n
"They are drilling us quite hard now
because they want to .have us ready
for overseas duty by November 1st, so
we are getting all we can stand every
day. The hardest of all Is the bayonet
work and the extended skirmish order.
They both have to be done on the
jump. Next comes standing at atten
tion, which Is a very difficult matter,
especially when on parade.
"We hail a review before our new
major general last week,
was the best parade he ever saw con
sidering our short time of training;
this was one bnttnllon of the eighth
division. There is a complete division
here in Camp Fremont, which they are
training to send to Siberia, but if those
U. S. boys in France don't wait there
won't l»e any use of us going.
"We are getting good eats here; for
dinner we had sweet potatoes, roast
l>ork. gravy with bread and fruit ; but
there isn't any white bread on week
"There are three big Y.
building here in camp and several
tents: they sure are n home to the sol
He said It
M. C. A.
"This army life Is tine if a man likes
it. but I say 'Punin the Kaiser.'
"I sure have a dandy captain, (Cap
tain Whitaker), he fought in the Phil
liplnes the same time you did : but my
sergeant Is a bear cat."
Dietitiran Writes Friends.
The following letter was written by
Mrs. C. 11. King, to Mr. and Mrs. ('has.
Nail of this city. Mrs. King formerly
resided on a ranch out near the Chns.
Nall place, and visited here some few
months ago. The lady is now at base
hospital 11(1, A. E. F. :
Somewhere tn France,
August 24th, 1918.
My Dear Friends :—It la more than
eight months since that pleasant even
ing when I visited you in your cosy lit
tle home in Grangeville. and In that
time I have thought of you all very of
ten and hoped to have written you long
ago as I promised. But 1 have lieen so
busy all these months that there have
been but few opportunities for writing
After I reached Philadelphia In De
cember, I had my usual winter lectures
there to give and just as I was busy
with them, I was called by the war de
partment and sent over here, where I
have been hard at work ever since.
I am the dletitican of a very large
hospital for wounded soldiers. The
dletitican looks after all of the soldiers
food, oversees the buying, cooking and
serving, arranges sjiecial diets, nourish
ments, and so on. When I tell you
that at times we have eighteen hun
dred to two thousand wounded and
sick men here, you will know I urn
kept pretty busy. But I am very glad
to be able to do it, and glad the gov
ernment selected me for the i>ost. My
son-in-law, Betty's husband, is now
fighting In France, so are two of my
nephews; so our family Is pretty well
represented, don't you think?
As I recall your boys, they are not
yet old enough to be called, are they?
I hope not, for I hate to think of any
more of our young men coming over to
this frightful war.
But I feel that It will stsin lie over
We surely have the Germans on
the run and if we can only keep them
going fast till they reach Berlin, it will
be flue. Then all our boys can go home
and stay home, for that will end the
war for always. Don't you think so.
I am working harder than I ever did
even on the ranch, but am glad to tie
able to do it. All the soldiers call me
"mother" and say they enjoy the food
we make for them at this hospital very
It tastes like home," they say.
and that always pleases me. It is fine
to be able to make some i»oor wounded
boy feel at home.
I am writing this out of doors under
a big tree. Just below I can see trains
passing on their way to the front with
soldiers, ammunition, hay guns, etc.
Other trains coming from the front
carry wounded soldiers to the hos
Now I must go back to my work, for
there is always plenty of that waiting
for me. I wish you would write me a
line or two, letters mean so much to us
away over here.
TAKEN UP—A red heifer branded
quarter circle with 11 underneath on
left hip, swallow fork In right and
crop off left ears. Game to my place
6 miles north, the old Joe Betioy farm,
about Aug. 29. Owner can have same
by paying all expenses. E. D. KER
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Well appointed Home
Next to Poetoffice
NURSES WANTED. j
The D. S. government desires to en
roll the services of 25,000 women be- j
tween the ages of 18 and 85 as I '
"United States Nurse Reserve" to re- 1
lease graduate nurses for work at the
front. Without more student nurses
graduate nurses cannot be sent to
Europe and our wounded men will
suffer for the want of nursing care.
Apply for enrollment card to
MRS. A. F. PARKER,
Chairman Women's Committee of
Council of National Defense, Orange
FORD FOR SALE.
Have Ford car in good state of repair
for sale cheap. Call at the Central
Garage and look It over. You know it
Is liuposible to purchase a new Ford
at this time.
For the reason that L. H Lee will quit farming to enter sheep business and Clarke
McGaffee expects to be called for service in the U. 3. Army, the following
described property will be sold at Public Auction, at John W. Wilson
at 10 o'clock on
place, near Tolo, commencing
MONDAY, OCT. 7
HEAD OF HORSES
1 bay horse, 7 years old, weight 1300
1 roan horse, 10 years old, weight 1400
1 bay mare, 8 years old, weight 1200
1 prey saddle horse, 9 years old, weight 1150
2 yearlings, mare and horse
1 grey horse, 4 years old, weight 1300
1 hay horse, 4 years old, weight 1300
1 sorrel saddle horse, 4 years old, w'ght 1150
1 grey horse, 3 years old, weight 1150
1 brown horse, 6 years old, weight 1500
HEAD OF CATTLE
1 grade Durham hull, 4 years old
1 yearling steer
1 milk cow with calf by side
4 dry cows
5 stock cows with calves by sides
3 yearling heifers
FARM MACHINERY, ETC.
1 4-horse International gas engine, nearly
1 7-foot Deering binder
1 3« inch Webber wagon, wide tires
1 3-section steel harrow
1 feed roller
2 12-inch John Deere gang plows
2 sets breeching harness
1 set lead harness
1 Sharpies cream separator
1 pump jack
Between 35 and 40 tons timothy and grain
hay, (at Oscar Rape's.)
Many other articles too numerous to mention
LUNCH SERVED BY THE LADIES OF THE RED CROSS
TERMS—All sums of $20.00 and under, cash; sums over that amount 12 months'
time will be given on approved bankable notes bearing 10 per
No property to be removed until settled for.
Clarke McGaffee and
L. H. Lee, Owners
BANK OF CAMAS PRAIRIE
By L M. Harris, Clerk
I. E. ZUVER
DAIRY COWS FOR SAUL
On account of the shortage of help
am compelled to dispose of a number
of my A. 1 dairy cows. Will give a
year's time on notes bearing 8 per
cent Phone Farmersl44.
GBO. H. BYERS,
Route 2, Grangeville, Idaho.
HAY FOR SALK.
Good dry lots with plenty of water.
For particulars address Box 6, White
LOST—On Monday, a Ford track
tire chain, between the stock yards and
First National bank corner. Finder
please leave at Globe office and receive
Harvey Arledge has all kinds of
black smithing tools for aale, such as
vise, anvil, blower, and smaller tools.
Also a gas engine. See him if you are
160 ACRE8 FOB RKNT.
The farm known as the half-way
place, 8 miles north, for one or more
years. Renter must purchase 5 head
of horses and machinery now on plat*.
Rental reasonable. See CHAS. NAIL.
At the Smoke House you will find
sale Columbia grafanolas and all
the latest records.
t.'nn SAI SI— 200 acres good timber,
miles southwest of Orangeville. Bn
,,„ire of HATTIE ADKISON. 43-2t
hundred and twenty head of
Ramboulette breeding ewes with
îtnmmgî tn nuumun»mtmmm mn
Absolutely Pure Apple Juice
By the Bottle
ICE FOR SALE
RAINER BEER ON DRAUGHT.
MAT'S PLACE, Distributor
M. B. GEARY, Prop.
135 <* lamb« from purebr«,
coin bucks. Address FEN
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