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NOT AFRAID OF THE "ELI" OR
anything else, a REMEDY Psalm 91—He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Al mighty. I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress : my Ood; in him will I trust. Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, and from the noisome pes tolence. He shnll cover thee with his feathers, and tinder ids wings shalt thon trust; his truth shall lie thy shield and buckler. Thou shalt not he afraid for the terror by night ; nor for the arrow that flieth by day ; nor the pestilence that w&lketh in dark ness; nor for the destruction Hint WR.-teth at noonday. A thousand shall fall at thy side, and ten thousand at thy right hand ; hut. it shall not come nigli time. Only with thine eyes shalt thou behold and see the reward of the wicked. Because thou hast made the Lord, which is my JOINT Public Sale We need the money and have decided to sell the following de scribed property at the old Stantorf place, nine miles north from Grangeville, commencing at 10 o'clock on THURSDAY, DEC 12 20 HEAD OF HORSES 20 J 1 iron grey mare, Myrtle, 5yrs. old, wt 1300 1 iron grey gelding, Prince 4 yrs old wt 12 1 bay horse, Dan, 6 yrs old wt 1300 1 blue rein horse, Perch, 5 yrs old, wt 1400 1 black mare, Daisy, 7 yrs old, wt 1250 1 black mare, Pet, 8 yrs old, wt 1300 1 iron grey mare, Mable, 5 yrs old, wt 1275 1 grey mare, Flora, 10 yrs old, wt 1500 1 black mare, Perch, 9 yrs old, wt 1475 • 1 black mare, Fly, 7 yrs old, wt 1350 ') grey horse, Chub, 10 yrs old, wt 1300 1 roan mare, Maud, 14 yrs old, wt 1200 1 white horse, B'dl, 14 yrs old, wt 1200 1 sorrel horse. Bob, 9yrs old, wt 1300 1 sucking colt £ 2-year-cld geldings 2 2-year-old fillies 1 kid pony 50 m I *• < J * . fe|i 40 Tons of Marquis Wheat Hay 1 Wagon, tank, tank pump and hose. 3 sets harness i| i : fft. OF CATTLE 37 37 HEAD 4 spring calves—3 steers , 1 heifer 1 yearling steer 8 sucking calves 1 1G months Shorthorn Bull 3 2-year-o d heilers 5 yearling heifers 14 cows 1 3-year-eld steer LUNCH SERVED BY THE RED CROSS TERMS—AH sums of $20 00 and under, cash; sums over that amount time will be to October 1st, 1919, on approved bankable notes bearing 10 per cent interest. No property to be removed until settled for. given * HUFF & RAY OWNERS J. B. LEEPER, Auctioneer NATIONAL BANK, Grangeville By A. 1:\ Dyer, Clerk /v FIRST tiHiV ' tù " lljt ' nu,st High. thy hnbi ' Vi s * m " IK> *' v '* ts'fall tliee. rh ', f ' r ®; la atl - v plague come nigh . 1 \oiling, for he shall give his an „I,',,' lart ' r '' ,IV 'V keep thee in "v" y8 i ,"" v slmU ,M '» r thee up ii.mii' V ' , n< S ' * St ttiou .lash thy loot! " ls 11 uiH.n the lion and ! initier the young lion and dragon sl|ialt thou trample under foot. Because hath set his love ; Thou shalt tread in, , « ill lie with him in trouble ' "ill deliver him. and honor lim 'i'll long life v.ili i satisfy him mil him my salvation. upon me, there • 'll upon me, ami 1 will >re He sh.,11 an suerl . ! ' sin This and many other passages tlie Hilde have given faith and t" our sidilier hoys overseas. Belie these preinisis, they have walked ntn jaws of ,| southing hell; thev I plunged into through swamps amidst a hail of ,|< dealing machine gun bullets; they I I through, what stvmed, tin ■tratalde barrages and in mi : ! live veil ittll nvc •eii streams and wall curtaiu fire if artillery shells. and faced mists of poisonous gasses to grapple hand to hand with the armed enemy and came out of it all so gloriously victorious exclaiming, "The Amcrioaus are chnrm .si we ciumot kill them." Those boys are coming home soon and bring us a renewed hope in God's ! unfailing promises. Are you going to '*■ able to face them with the saiM it of 'and we faith and trust that they have shown? Then why all tills fear and constor , nation about the "flu"? If we are ' «fr« id of anything, then we do not believe in (J.hI, nor trust ills promises, ty iaatrn tills 9Tst. ismg of the Psalm ! ist and touch it to your dhildren. ' Study it end conform to its conditions, and then you may rightfully claim Its promises. Live a godly life and com mune with him in earnest and cou T< in slant prayer, and you will forgot that there is anything in tills world or the next t Ik* afraid • »f. SIMPLE CHRISTIAN A PLAIN Editor's Note : parent fear into —Because of the ap will li i ir ro n munit y if has !>eeu hurled by the visitation the Flu, a..d believing that the fear of it is doing more harm than the pes tilence and hindering the doctors in cheeking and eradicating it, we have men in whose judgment and breadth of view on such subjects, we have con fidence, to lien tills contribution and help us in stemming the tide of tear 'and make it give place to joy, hope and confidence, llow well he has smveeded we will loove with our readers and ask him to siicnk to us again. ny NOTICE OE INTENTION TO APPLY FOR DEPUTES whom it may concern : Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned. as provided l»y law. apply tu the Honorable Board of Conn ty Commissioners of Idah Idaho at their regular January session, for one regular such uditiounl help as cssary to assist in the |»'rfortuaiuo of the duties of the ofice of county ass essor. T< ill ( 'ouiity . 1919 deputy and may lie nee y Hated at tirangeville, Idaho. Dec emlier 5, Ibis. CALVIN HAELBAKEK. County Assessor (elect I ■O NOTICE OF INTENTION TO A FPL Y EOK DEFI TIES To whom it limy concern ; Voli.v is hereby given, that the un dersigned. ns provided by law. will apply to the Honorable Board of Conn t\ Commissioners of Idaho County Idaho, at their regular .launary. 1911' session, for tw Midi otlioi clerical assistance as the I jollier of I In* derk of the district court and ex officio auditor and r.vorder of Idaho County. Idaho, may at Grangeville. Main), Dee ffice deputies and reutiiro. ! 'tiled cnilicr 1. 191s . HENRY TEl.t 11ER Have recently inslalled a ehoppot now furnish ehopiH'd feed Will deliver. and 1 louver Roller Mills can } ADVICE TO "FLU CONVALESCENTS I! SPAIN AND ENGLAND REPORT INCREASE IN TUBERCULOSIS AFTER INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. U. S. Public Health Service Warns Public Against Tuberculosis. One Million Cases Tubercu losis in United States—Each a Source of Danger. Influenza Convalescent* Should Hava Lungs Examined —Colds Which Hang On Often Beginning of Tuberculosis. No Cause for Alarm If Tuberculosis Is Recognized Early—Patent Medi cines Not to Be Trusted. *■* ******** a * Beware tuberculosis after In- A No need to worry If A * A nuenza. * you take precautions In time. Don't diagnose your own con- A * dltion. Have your doctor exunt- A * lue your lungs several times at A A monthly Intervals. Build up your A A strength with right living, good A A food and plenty of fresh air. Don't waste money on patent A A medicines advertised to euro tu- A A A ★ ★ A A berculosls. Become a fresh-alr crank and A A enjoy life. A A A ★ AAAAAAAAAA Washington, D. O. (Special.)—Ac cording to a report made to the United States Public Health Service, the epi demic of Influenza In Spain has al ready caused an Increase In the preva lence and deaths from pulmonary tu berculosis. A similar association be tween influenza and tuberculosis was recently made by Sir Arthur News holme, the chief medical officer of the English pubNc health service, In his analysis of the tuberculosis death rato tn England. In order Hint the people of tho Unit ed States may profit by the experience of other countries Surgeon (leneral Hilpert Blue of the United States Pub lic Health Service has Just Issued a warning emphasizing the need of spe cial precautions at the present" time. "Experience seems to indicate, the Surgeon General, whose resistance has been weakened by an attack of influenza are peculiar ly susceptible to tuberculosis, millions of its people recently affected with influenza this country now of fers conditions favoring the spread of tuberculosis." One Million Consumptives In tho United States. "Then yon consider this a serious menace?" was asked. *Tu tny opinion it is, though I hasten to add it is dis tinctly one against which the people can guard So far as one can estimate there are at present about one million cases of tuberculosis in the United Stales. There is unfortunately no complete census available to show ex actly the number of Tuberculous per sons In each state despite the fact that I most of the states have made the dis | ease reportable. in Now York • l!y, ! where reporting Ims been In force 1er ' many years, over 95.000 east s of tu i hcrculosis are registered with the De ! partaient of Health. Those familiar with the situation believe that the ad dition of unrecognized and unreported cases would make the number nearer 50,000. The very careful health sur vey conducted during the past two years In Framingham, Mass., revealed ! ill s > cases of tuberculosis in a popula tion of approximately 15,OOP If these ' proportions hob,l tritt' for the United I States ns a whole they would indicate I that about one in every hundred per sons ls tuberculous. Each of these i constitutes a source of danger to he I guarded against." says that persohs With What to Do. In his statement to the public Sur geon General Blue points out how those who have had influenza should protect themselves against tuberculo sis. "All who have recovered from In fluenza," says the Surgeon General, "should have their lungs carefully ex amined by a competent physician. In fact, It Is desirable to have several ex aminations made a month apart. Such examinations cannot he made through ! the clothing nor can they be carried out in two or three minutes. If the lungs are found to be free from tuber culosis every effort should he made to keep them so. This can be done by right living good food and plenty 'of I fresh air." Danger Signs. The Surgeon General warned espe cially against ci rtaln danger signs, such as "decline" and "colds which hang on." Those, he explained, were often the beginning of tuberculosis. "If y oil do not get well promptly, If your cold seems to hang on or your health and strength decline, remember that these are often the early signs of tuberculo sis Place yourself at once under the care of a competent physician. Tuber culosis Is curable In the early stages. Patent Medicines Dangerous in Tuber, culosis. "Above all do not trust In the mls lead'ng statements of unscrupulous ; patent medicine fakers. There is no specific medicine for the cure of tuber i culosis The money spent on such medicines Is thrown axvny ; It should tie spent Instead for good food and de cent living."