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SERVICE and QUALITY *. •: LADÏ A 88 ITANT AT ALL TIMES THE MODERN FUNERAL PARLORS I ! A. J. MAUGG FUNERAL FURNISHER tm.iUiitlll'illtlilUiillMItl Ull.iitfllimMiiUltllll.lUi.lWitlNiliUllUI: I Î ; o I m + * + i PHONE ORDERS TO LAMM DRUG CO «J Pacific Phone 93 + X i Smoke House The CARL CARLTON, Prop. NEWS DEPOT and BOWLING ALLEYS CIGARS and TOBACCOS Columbia Graphophones and Records Subscription* Taken for All Magazines and Periodical* Publisher*' Prices. at Q GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION AUTO REPAIRING SPRING WORK-NEW SPRINGS BUILT WHEEL WORK—BODIES BUILT, ETC. H. E. ARLEDGE i : : ♦ ♦ 1 X 4 ♦ First-class Workmanship Prompt Service * ABSTRACTS OF TITLE CONVEYANCING \ H. ROTHWELL Lessee and Manager Abstract Department Grangeville Savings & Trust Co. Grangeville, Idaho. THE BRADBURY Spokesman-Review Agency Both Phones 4 •» . ♦ \ ♦♦44*4**t*+4*4* l * 4** 1 * 4* 4* *t* 4*4444*44*4*4* 4* 4* 4**4* 4*4*4* • M -4+4 - 4+4-4444*» ♦♦ * ? NOTICE WATER CONSUMERS I t ♦ Sprinkling season opens July 1st., and closes October * An extra charge will be made for sprinkling ol + i * 1st. J of season * * 4 J ^ i + X 4 uPRIir J1NG HOURS NORTH OF MAIN STREET 6 A. M. TO 9 A M SOUTH OF MAIN STREET 6 P. M. TO 9 P M 2 + 4 4 4 4 1 t * 4 4 * « * ♦ X X Grangeville Electric Light & Power Co. i 4 4 : 4 4 , * " » 4 •*- 4 +4 * 4 4 * - int; deem qua THE l P. LEAGUE 1 and that Stephen II. Doyle, a sterling Demo crat, and an appointee of the National I »eniocratic States marshal Democratic candidate administration f North Dakota. no\A for governor of ■ecli tore tlie United as that state, in u recent si musk from tlie tin* the if ask tlie N "U partisan leaders and revealed them as 1 . \V. YY'.'s, S(> clulists and a- such aids to tlie kaiser. He said in part: \ All Radical Socialists. "It there be any doubt as to whether or not an effort is being made in this state socialism in state to •stalillsii full bloom with otic need only Investigate the lifelong, political affiliatii stroke, as it were. one activities of practically every man who is in charge of any important work partisan league. ml in >f tlie Non-1 sl| ord or even in public of ii . ia of tlie Townlcy The Iqs d'i'iclal record of Townley's political faith, prior to the birth of the Non-partisan league and tlie deatli of tlie Socialist party, is Ids own registration affidavit Beach, N. D„ on the 11th duv of April, 11)14. fice by endors Ulaciiine. tion the the at signed tit A. E. Bowen, Townley's chief speaker and organizer, was twice cita didate fur governor on the Socialist ticket. lisiw.,. n M : K r K ,"« U , a nT U " ,C ,,Ub :i . 1 * adi. ai Socialist papei at Minot, N. 1 ». Mr. Elliott was at one | time state manager for the Non-parti* sau league in North Dakota, now etu-j this ployed at headquarter* at St. Paul and ! can bis place here turned over to Axel I 'Ike I Strom of Willistou, another avowed Socialist. sonm "vc ir * •c." U |b" iU u : n,e,ll,K ' l thut 1 N o s' mt Fy i r d l Mln °t. I of ui L s ? J f ! a ouhe ,, no • V' 1 UU i W '°, 00 r U.c 1 vT : f , , e , httlf , , aMim, 's..,;. nr U "YV e 'Y , last ui 3111101 some u'ur.s uiro. 1 steelier was , immediately employed by Mr. Town- M, icy as Chief counsel for the league and i made executive secretary of tl.c Non partisan league. And so we have the president of the league, the chief or ganizer, the state manager and tlie chief counsel and executive secretary,! radical Socialists. of the "1 want to say just a word further ! about Mr. LeSeuer. This is tlie same Legeuer who, in the summer of K116, attempted to foist upon the farmers of this state a working agreement, wliere Connection With I. W. W. , ...... by they should employ I. YV. \V. labor- f„ ers. In speaking of tliis undertaking , " before the 1. W. W. lodge No. 400 at Kansas City, he said, it we (meaning, 0 the I. W. YV.). t bring about tills agreement it wid mean the transfer ing of the balance of power from tlie stale government of North Dakotu to the Non-partisan league and the I. YV. YV.' You will remember that a series of meetings held in lids state to ratify the agreement on tlit- part of the farm ers resulted in its rejection. Now, if there are any members of tlie league present I want to ask you if you really believe that when LeSeiier was in Kansas City, trying to put through tliis agreement, telling tlie members of tlie I. YY\ YY', that it meant tlie trans ferlng of the power of the state into their hands, he was really working in the interests of the farmers of North Dakota? Think it over and sec if you cun reach any stich conclusion. At Home of "Appeal to Reason." "For many years there wus con ducted at Girard, Kan., a Socialist schdol, where tlie simon-pure doctrine of Socialism was supposed to be taught to Tlie students. And 1 believe, by tlie way, that Mr. LeSeuer was a graduate of that school and iuter oil a member of the faculty. The school was under tlie direction of one YY'alter Thomas Mills. Mrs. Kate Richards O'Hara, tin* Socialist lecturer and anti-war propagandist, who was convicted in the federal court at Bismarck last spring for the crime of violating the espionage law, and who was sentenced to serve five years in the state peni tentiary at Jefferson City, Mo., was also a graduate of that school. Warning to Parents. "And l just want to say it word here in connection with Mrs. O'Hara, who was In my custody it short time fol lowing tier arrest and again after her conviction at Bismarck. Site wus a woman of considéra bit; talent, sesses an active mind and is quite a fluent speaker,' but has the most per verted ideas on governmental questions with which I have ever come in eon Slie snvs site owi s all of her cdu* YValtcr tact. cation oil these questions ti Thomas Mills; uml after 1 had attend ed lier trial at Bismarck, and saw and heard Mrs. O'Hara, I could not help but think what u tragedy it was in her life that she had been so uufor i tuuute us to ever meet with and listen to the teachings of a man like Mills. And afterwards, when 1 heard of Mills speaking at different places in the state, and read in the paper that lie hail addressed the students of the agricultural college and different state institutions, 1 thought how little the father* and mothers of this state real j ize the kind of doctrine that is being = ! impressed upon the minds of their sons W j anil daughters under the guise of edit 1 cation. That poisoned the mind of j Kate Richards O'Hara, brought Iter to ! the liar of justice in a federal court I and condemned tier to a felon's cell ' for a term of five years." [Li POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I am the nominee on the Republican ticket for the otlice of sheriff of Idaho county and respectfully solicit the sup port of the voters at the general elec Mon on November 5th. T have made my home in this county for thirty i vom-«, most of v.-hieh has been devoted j to fnmrng. YV R. RUUD. YVhite Bird. Idaho. ; ! it. . t .. placed on the Derao i cr n *'c ticket ns the nominee for sheriff of Idaho county. I desire the vote of the people at the polls in the '.■ 1*111111 on November 5th. Be int; so well known lu the county 1 deem it unnecessary to s(>eak of my qua I itications. WILLIAM ELLER, Cottonwood. Idaho. 1 wish to remind m.v many friend* and voters of the county In general, that 1 have been nominated on the Re publican ticket for the oftlce of repre sentative. and respectfully solicit their consideration at the general election on November 5th. SETD D. JONES, White Bird, Idaho. Having received the nomination for tlie otlice of county commissioner on j tin* Republican ticket, I desire the con sideration of the voters at the polls at j the general election on Noveintmr 5th. | true business administration Is ' promised I he taxpayers of the county | if elected. Am one of t'ae pioneers;! ask your neighbor. \ EDWARD S. VINCENT, White Bird, Idaho. I have Imen renominated on the Re- | publican ticket for the office of count} commissioner, and In soliciting your sl| PiX>rt at the coming election on No vember 5th, desire to point to my ree ord ns a public officer. JOHN I). LONG, Grangeville, Idaho. Having been tendered the nomina tion for the office of representative on the Republican ticket, the suffrage of the i>eople 1 « most earnestly solicited at the î «dis in the November election. EDWIN NELSON, .Grangeville, Idaho. The office of county treasurer is an important one to the taxpeyers of toe | county. 1 have been selected by the , Republican voters as the nominee for j this responsible position and if elected !• ! can promise the taxpayers a busines*- < I 'Ike administration. EDWARD BLAKE, Cottonwood, Idaho. 1 As the nominee for county commis- . I sioner on the Republican ticket, I r* xiMMtfully solicit the support of the ! voters of the countv at the general , election on November 5th. During Uie , last two years as a member of the , , * . . . - .. . . M, , al ' d , m * y ,™ e has t»een for the best i "'" n ' s,s of the COU " t ^ " "l 1 "} } R " er *' Kimskla Idaho txoosKia, ldar. >. FOR TREASURER. « Having boon nominated for the office ' of Treasurer of Idaho County on the ! Democratic ticket, I respectfully ask the consideration of the voters at the ! general election, Nov. 5, 11)18. « î OT1F. L. CONE. • FOB SALE. Having sold my farm I am offering * f„ r sale all my personal property to , " it ; 1 brood sow due to farrow this month, 3 gilts, 4 work horses, 10 cows, 0 heifers, 3 of them are registered and paliers go with them and 3 calves. About 40 ton of hay, all In the barn ex ci'pt 5 ton, 1 disc, 1 drag harrow, mower if Ü m ) % Ï3W if if lL dtx > ■ YVitli tin* modern factory of The Idaho National Harvester Company added to its own suiierb equipment, the University of Idaho is afforded unusual facilities for the training of students In both the S. A. T. C. and vocational training corps. Over 2,400 men comprising the best of the young manhood of the West, will receive the vocational training course in this plaut within the next eight mouths. Moscow, Idaho, Oct. 14, 1918. To Our Patrons and the Trade: Effective October 15 , 1918 , and for the duration of the war, this Company will give over the major portion of its model factory and equipment to the purpose of s<*r\'ing urgent military needs. Tn consequence of this we Yvill he compelled to limit the output of the Idaho National Harvesters and Idaho Bean and Pea I hreshers for the coming season, and those expecting de liveries should make their wants known to the home office without delay. During the period of curtailment of manufacture the effort of our entire staff Yvill he centered on research and betterment work, and at the close of the Yvar yyt* expect to be in position to offer a highly improved type of Doth our famous harvester and the tYvo-cylimler bean and pea thresher, which has achieved such a splendid success the present harvest. Meanwhile Idaho Field Sendee Yvill as heretofore provide for the mnnv hundreds of Idaho Harvesters operating in West ern grain fields, and there yv i 11 be no interruption in mu and distributing of repair parts, which will continue t supplied as promptly and abundantly as ever. The Company makes tliis public explanation for the as surance and protection, of its customers and prospective cus tomers in the confident belief that they will recognize and ap prove the course of action which jnits the national welfare first. 1 .' I Limited MOSCOW, IDAHO and rake and other small tools used on the farm. Call early and avoid the, rush. C. H. (JOAN. S»s> or tele- j -47- 1 f ! YY'ANTED—Men with teams or trac tors to plow stubble land, phone Edwin Nelson. >+• *+♦+• *< CIDER SPARKLING SPITZEN BERGER Absolutely Pure Apple Juice By the Bottle RAINER BEER ON DRAUGHT. - ^ +♦ || it ICE FOK SALE > MAT'S PLACE, Distributor M. B. GEARY, ♦❖*****++*>+*++*++++*****+*++*+*»>++**+++*+++++++++* l*rop. Î CITY MEAT MARKET I JOHN CALLAN, Proprietor FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH, POULTRY î SEE US BEFORE SELLING YOUR HIDES The best of everything in our line constantly on hand. Garber Building, Main Street. Pacific Phone 141 Announcement • Tlii" Interipr Warehouse Co., has reopened their warehouse and will be in a position to receive grain and hay for storage. A'share of your potronage is solicited. WE WILL BUY BARLEY AND OATS and will receive for consignment wheat in any warehouse or elevator on the Prairie. WHEAT AND OAT BAGS FOR SALE. * • ' \ * • For further information see local agent. • ' .. •• " " GEO. S. DOWNER '' *** BULL FOK SALE- A 3-year-old re;?-* istered whitefac Hereford. Enquire at this office. 4 -tf FOR SALE— Almut 40 bushels of seed rye. FanniiiK mill cleaned. AIv ItKRT ltl'ZICKA. phone Farmers 81.