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OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPER
VOL. XII, NO. 7 .
ORANGEVILLE,'IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1919
$1.50 THE YEAR
death called
ex-president
ROOSEVELT
''
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1
Most Typical
Known All
Over the World.
"America's
American,
i •
died while asleep
Put Light Out Please, ' ' Last
Words Spoken—Passing
Entirely Unexpected.
<<
f the death of America's fore
most citizen, Colonel Theodore R,sise- ''
Hashed over the wires Mon- '
severe shock to
News
volt, was
day night and was a
the many admiring followers of the
great statesman.
The press dispatches of Tuesday
from Oyster Bay, the colonel's home,
stated that he died in his sleep early
Monday at his residence on Sagamore '
Hill, it being believed ileatti was due ..
to rheumatism, which had affected his
I
heart.
A severe attack of sciatic rheuma
tism was suffered by the colonel on
New Year's day, but it was not believ
ed the illness would prove fatal.
Tlie former president sat up most of
Honday and retired at 11 o'clock that
night. He went to his home on.Saga
more Hill from the Roosevelt hospital
on Christmas day, and was stricken a
week later. The rheumatism affected
hiu right hand and it had become
much swollen. He remained in his
room and efforts were made to check
the trouble.
Selected Iturial Spot.
The remains of the colonel were
laid to rest without iMjmp or ceremony
iu Young's Memorial cemetery at Oy
ster Bay Wednesday afternoon,
was buried on a knoll overlooking
Loug Island sound, a plot which he and
Mrs. Roosevelt, selected soon after in
left the White House, in the words of
tne clergyman who conducted tlie fu
acral service, "America's most typical
American," known in every corner of
the eaytli, will go to his grave as a
"quiet démocratie Christian country
gentleman beloved by ids neighbors."
Funeral services were held at 12: If,
in Christ Episcopal church, the little
frame structure where the colonel and
family had attended worship for many '
years, immediately following prayers
at the Roosevelt home at which only
the immediate family
He
was present
At the request of Mrs. Boos,-volt no
flowers were sent.
oraUsl only with laurel placed on it for
the Christmas
tmtsic anil no eulogy, only the simple
service of the Episcopal church, _ ..
™ liy the pastor, Rev. George E.
Ta '? a « e I ' ,
rite ,tenth of Colonel Roosevelt is
wlU'veu to lntve beeu ha stoned by grief
oxer the death of his son Quentin and
anxiety over the serious wounds suf
fered by
The altar was dec
season. There was no
i-iiii
... «'aptain Archie
"Iule lighting in France.
He was proud of ins soldier sons and
Heir heroism, but he was a devoted fa
, r ? ,Ml be grieved for tlie one who
bave lus life for his country as well as
wr Hie Other who was wounded. He
I," ,: l s gb'b-f from the world, liowever.
1 he liojH- that he miglit set an
"raille for other fathers
wh " hail given their
. To 'he last
Men
Roosevelt
i-x
and mothers
sons to tin- nation.
Colonel Roosevelt had
hl'em-hing "Americanism," ;
, "ralized that liis health had been
adored it v ils believed that tin
- , ' ,,liNl it tit ion which had stood
11 hi such good stead through so
ra-m.v years ,,f "strenuous" life would
w fa11 him and tlmt he would regain
ws UK1 ' , tl health. His messages -- 1 '
hail been delivt-ix-d
taeilidm of » : :
stilt,•uu-nfs instead of a,hire
' ' 11 ' ' his in-igtihors in Ovster Bnv
" huiHissilile that
1 it so suddenly f, u . t | u> Rough Rider
s linnlsh American war days;
York ' 1411111,1 «'ho as governor of New
"li;„ x'- .m- RB-sident iniil wielded the
hunter",a- , S " fl " !, 'lt'ssly ; tile big game
who ■ 1 jungles; the citizen
Us 11,1 l l| ' |, l 11 >i'edui*ss long before
" »xmiitry entered tin
s1h-i!' *" l ni J president died in liis
" , „Nl,- |,|,i m S ' <1 i''' ' 4:lr * NI "i k In v
t,,.. i : , 'leatli was due directly
result of'inH.'^ I, ." Ik, '' 1 1,1 l»nK. Uu*
iatlamatory rheumattsm.
f, inii !!!. 11 'h<* liglit. please," were tIn*
C »«st words. They
ant -i'sx,.q f (l ] ( j s | K>rfM ,„ a i attemi
■ a . "Unyr negro who lmd Is-eti in
uis,. T SI1HV he left the White
of lu "III,
* Ills |r.,(
f:„ ,I o" S, ' v< ' lt ' " M ' only Kiemlicr of
.!"> - 1 ' home at the time.
Theodore'if 'uvssagea sent to Major
k -n,ii| i, isox'elt, Jr., ami Captaiu
Vi«* in L- M *sevelt, who ar,* iu the ser
Nh'holux Ul,, l telegrams to Mrs.
ie. uuq 'uneworth. to Cu],taln Arch
A.ken, ,s" r"' , h*'l Derby, who is in
« ,-oust',1 ' blouei Emleu Roosevelt,
1 Iwntii,],,.V , !l ' f°rmer president, was
Kter p.', UI 'J s, "trted immediately for
__Miss Josephine Striekler.
.,,,d
:
•ate. Ii
, oxvever,
'hrougli th,.
llUlllic
-ditorials or
sscs
it
life had
the
world eonffii-t.
his
H,
was sitting at the foot
d:e
luitl

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•Continued
oil page txx-o. t
• IIANl.E at "III If
Head Man Here
STORE
rom l.vw istun, In.
voieiiiK and Installing Neu Manager.
/ V ''"'"'I' <»f 111,- Hal, Chain
'' st ; here fr>,iii I.,.,vision
.... and wax „ li( ,| ..
lucsdny invoicing Hi,' stuck uf the
' "»* l'Uiec before turning the
establishment ,,*er to the new manager
11 " f A s Kennedy, former
1 .V in till- en, I Huy of the Snhicm River
Stures «I White Bird.
K- s Nelson, the funner manager,
will remain in the ,-ity for a few days
liefere departing fur tin
benefit his health.
Mr. Kreier départe, | fur 11,, Thursday
morning tu invuiee the stuek in their
nil
coast where
lie experts t
store at that place.
Mr. Kennedy, who comes here
IHM *OlllllH'l|»lt'<i
highly
young
i-etion,
it, Idaho
an up-to-date
tu,-rehaut . is well known in this ■
having sj »nt
county, and In
as
nian\
will probably '•>«m hit
tin 1 pa«»* that has Ik^oiiu* an establish
cl fnet among the Kreier Huh st,
at other place«. •
years
•re.
KETIRN FROM ( AMP MEADE
Mr and Mrs. w. <;, Million are just
in receipt of „ letter from their s,„ I
K. of the V. S. sign«, eurps utCunip
h''h,L M ' l '| 1 ™r ,ll f ''ï", h u""" 1 ' 1 T n "
11 " ■ 'i , V\p V , '" Moscow last
'' 1111 • of lit, lust to enter the stud
' ,|l, s army training ,-amp at that place.
to 111111 ' vus s,,|lt 1
•ortli. Kan
.
''J 11111 ' " ,1 ' 1 ••«' !><'r <ent of the mendier
"'A'' 1 ,l "' ,lls, " 1M '' he
' x,'i„To',,, ■
.. . ' ; • 0 a 1 nu^-ti,-,- being signed a
Ft. I.eaveu
Where In
s I H-111 two
to Camp
It the tin had not hit their
months, later
Meade.
1 icing
sent
I
"acrosK." the let
soon, just before the quar
antine was lifted frum their camp. This
is very pleasing news to the family.
Mrs. Milliurn has been a
the Hue fur Severn I- week
now in very poor health.
of
a
sufferer from
- twist and i
IN ROYAL BOX
WITH KING
AND QUEEN
, .
in- Kenneth Reed, Former Grange
of ville Boy, Witnessed Entry
„ ' . J
01 King' Albert.
of
a
If,
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"
The i'urtlatid Tcl , _ r r..m of Jan. -itii.
ruiitained a story and an illustration
uli the front page reproducing an ill
citation to moot the king of Belgium.
a picture of Eientennnt Kenneth Reed,
if Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M.
Rocd.
son
resided at this place for a mini
her of y,mrs, and the building in which
the lieutenant was quartered,
story which is followed by extracts
from tin- letter accompanying the pic
turc appear below :
To have boon in Brussels to witness
tin- triumphal entry of King Albert
and tin- qin-en : to have -at in tin- royal
box with tlie king and queen.
•r notables;
sights
The
no
for
..
E.
prince of Wales and
is p, |,ave witnessed the stirring
tlmt
no
the
will go down iu lustory
as one
pt-ai-e lias
1 .ieuti-iunit
of
of tin- notable events
bis-n tin- experience of
Kenneth K. I!
George M.
tenant
fa
as Ion.
He thrilling
I. son uf Mr. and Mrs.
l.irii
Reeil. of this city.
Reel, who
aide, -and in
34 Sth iini'-hini
rites in iitlcrcsting
, !,-in-r.-i I , ':i I< I -
is
ffi
gun liattal
account of
letter to lits
Fxtra'-ts
ile liasoii
wi-H'x
eel- of tin
ban-'
-\|K'rienees in a
parents dated November 23
from tin- letter follow:
"1 have just finished .1
in tin* , '.-111 i 11Ji « •
i-x
niari-h of 24
and don't
kiluiin-t.-rs
ici a
tin- t'" 1 «h.-
headquarters.
so "At 11 -b 111 .
Eist and Captain m.i.-iu:,
fh" atta-h.*,l 1-' thés.- headquarters.
-- 1 ' t""l left tor
the
liis
v
Uu*
tIn*
in !
of ,.
„.
,„-m
p,w n.
ser- -They
i,,u,-:' xx'lmrev,
<-ti,.,-i, -1 us. H„'
in tunidkercliiefs.
kisses.
was --n was
for and I " lls
1, - there and
very
Whenever in
me ahead to pick
and 1 and billets
if brigade
bit tired.
tin- gum-rill sends
f C.
1 , -, 1i 11 1 .
officers and men
:
,ut a
I arose, grabbed bn-ak
French of
t In
Brussels t>, witui-s
of King Ail»-ft and
Wo arrived In Brussels at
:
triumphal entry
t he queen.
or
in. and
Win-rover I
wen
they
i-i-rtainly
it
a
yelled
An American "f
■inian in
'it' for
went
at.
!' America !'
■Vivi
fied- or
Kni<sHs und 1 'MTtainl.N
soldier is ;
vaff s]
a'
„ 11, .
Sees Many Notables.
tw,
•a,-ni I 1 a Idwcl 1 wax
in tile royal b- x and an invita
o ineot the king. It,' didn't want
.,s it was a r,l kiloiueti i nd«
S', lie sent m I'.i-'id
I a w tin- prim-,
given
-, ;
scats
tioll 1
I,
t lu
each
ay.
of
king ami queen
Wales. Prim-,-ss Mario
;,-lu-ral Massing am. .
•vri'H 1
•r
<
{jriuni.
belli Frencli and
IHiring tin- parade
Ii and
I icilgoUttc.
Belgian general'.
• re about 1." or 2
t lien- XV,
Belgian
t la
xi ants
fane.'
doing
phija-s
city -
doing every
bud
:cnu
After tlu
1 tlmt xvc
minute.
1 hing
the burgo
back to
parade w,* wcnl
; |1;|s|( , | .- s |„, n so „her,
ami Mrs. Burgatm
Wc mad;- dinner out
wood byt* am! sj
half driving
left the car.
asked ,|s 1,1
,f Hie lal
.\ jv,, i .xmer
,}„. |;i,ts
1 ics waved their
11 1 j]rew
t,-r
:e
cut Hs
uroand
told her
liour and a
eoiiHnucl their
v weld.
-i
and titt
though,'
-XtK-l'leUC,-.
lucky American
lint will proie
sonic
crtainly a
- »
All
ex',-lit.
ami in fact everything
historic
- nlily lx- a
l.lnps, hotels
PROHIBITION AMENDMENT IS
UNANIMOUSLY RATIFIED
BY IDAHO SOLONS
..
Synopsis of Governor Davis' Message; List of Appointments
Roosevelt Memorial Services Held Wednesday;
"Flu" Hits Lawmakers.

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Favi rs organization of the 4 *
of defense as a +
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Frges that only English in- 4 -
; ul,lie assemhlages 4 *
and taught exclusively in the 4 -
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SYNOPSIS OE MESSAGE.
•i U.M-il
X stattt , , , ... , „ .
i P'-*nniiiiei,i IsHty. officially tee +
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X *
* Advocates is-nmuient manor- 4*
j.,.1 foi I !:>h«> s Idlers and in
4
"six un céiployiiicnt for 1 'turn
ing soldiers.
-s
4
•:
4
4
4
s|token in
grade -, In ols.
Asks ratitieat'on of the 11a
ti iiial prelrhitiun amendment 4 * [
and favors equal suffrage.
4 *
Advise- a wise and construe- 4 *
of employment and 4 *
community develop- 4 *
meut i-i tiighwa.) work, liuild- 4 -
ing, reclamation, etc. 4 -
A-ks eo-opt*rniioa with the 4 *
federal government in
tiuii. ndgrioiilturo, roads and/
wi.ti g me -itrements. 4 -
l fges u nipletim uf ttie_ea.pl- ♦
« '" • 1 * 1 i ■ ' and. asks Boise to 4 * j
lit'iieei in that event, \ itii 4 »
program to make its surround- 4 *
ing- a civic 1-enter. 4 -
Points out that there is no 4 *
budget-maki ;, g
preset.t id -ug ests that study 4 *
; : : 1 1 1 p.ep.i 1 ;; t ii m of budgets be 4 *
f some official 4 *
res|.,nimble to the governor. v
reorganization 4 *
of lia land b.e"d and tin- fish 4 *
■ !l d aaba- lii'imrl ment ; a. I tetter v
1,-111 11 a- euuntiag for do- 4 >
euusolidation
... .■.■] ■'rttne'.t s tu : vuiii dupi.- 4 *
tern d ell vt am. lack of eo- 4 *
ami urges that re- 4 - (
s( "»nsi i 1 lily be -tiicil tixed. 4 -
I'au as organization of state *
4
live pu lie;.
statu and
4 *
4
eiluoa
at 4 *
nn cliiuery
;;
X
J
Ituuui iinui ds
dinatiun.
4*
■ ■ 'istabuln 1 > : increase in mem
•*
4 *
4 *
*<•
*>
4 *
iip 1 'i* tlie s'liirome
court.
*•*
*
v
*
Favors tin- short ballot.
F tv tlmt tin- j h Avers of the 4 *
governor In- buveuse,! to liar
witli the rcsponsibil
Favors adoption for
if 'i:\tionnl department
id phut and application of mod
ern business methods.
4
nionizi
itli's.
Idaho
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4
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: t the bureau of
farm markets he nu de of prac
tical b,-- h - lit to t'.e fanners, es
I k -i ■ i :. 11 ax to marketing condi- 4 *
Frgc
*
*
4
t ions.
R01 •omnieni'.s
tin
T
4 -
Davis of Idalio today after
rc'.ialiilitatiou of
omnit-rii- 4 *
if
4 -
1,-pa: I ment
end lalior: urges that present
• i-hedule
***
f eoi:i]H*nsuti,»ii for 4 *
orkmon lie increased in some
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The first official act of
It' 1 iso. Jan li
,
i-rnor
nniiiig liis office was to sign Order
ax i-omiiianiii-r in chief of tin
as
No. 1
Idalio National Guard.
Tho signatui.. the chief executive
ujaili* Albert II. Wilson ,,f Clarks Fer
ry. adjutant general of the guard wit li
tin- rank uf brigadier general. liis
: q,p,,jntn]i-nt >" tin- plai-e has been an
1 ilium-, -d In-fore. General Wilson is
a - aiitain in tin- I S Army and lias
served fur about two years. He is a
veteran of tin- Spanish-Am, -rie -an war
native of Nebraska.
J, liiez Burns, was npiMitnted assist
.iiit adjutant general with ii rank of
He is also disbursing officer
t',. r Hi.- 1 'niti-il States. Major Burns
li. id tin- sann- office under the former
administration
Shad E.
advi-i-ate general with the rank of
nlll'l
major.
Hedgin' is apjiointed judge
•ol
II,- i' a prominent lawyer <>f
in Kalis Carroll C. Connut is mad,
it it a rank of col
ll ■ i- m-w in Franc- and is a
T
surgeon
cl and
stre-t square j
dug was thronged with men.
every
i
women and children,
have
, '« rs ;
t ravel
-ms to lie no auto
,f tin*
and even theirs
•mu pa red t<
-lu-s used the street
foot.
F .
fjiougli, us there
tu
1
;
I » i 1« •-> at all except thos«»
ro.valt \.
and
If Miked lik"
fieol's
Fzzics
our
a r.
Red Cross work, and wo
t',-w only
highway running
saw a
of tin-in. Along the main
:-si into town wore
trucks and heavies
Boche nul
many
iti-im-li and s-itu h guns
stuck iu I In*
and
,1,-stroyeu
The ts-ople sm-ined
mud.
others were not.
io l„- in fine shai«' and judging from
Hie stuff in simp windows, the people
didn't have as hal'd a time as we
thought they wore having. I
"In the center of a big square they j
laid a dummy dressed iu the uniform I
of a Boclie private and he was attu-k I
on the end of several bayonets, j
a largo placard in
lot of Belgian language to this
Finish with Bodies.' Tlie
Some
i-i-»
up
overhead was
a
■ffeet :
ssiple were dancing around tilt* dum
singirig tnd shouting."
my
:
major with the old Second Idaho leav
ing tin- state with that unit. He is a
resident of Weiser.
.faim-s F. llassett, Poeuteilo railroad
man and ehief clerk to the general
manager of the O. K. L. is, made a
colonel of Hie (iiiarterniaster's eon>s
with Max Mayfield of Boise with the
sanie rank. The latter is now in New
York as one of the government's "dol
lar a year" men.
Harold .leanest, of Nampa, A. J. Gtis
tin l'ricst of Boise and Thos. Neibuhr.
the latter one of the
heroes of the
French and Amerienn medal, are made
aides, with the rank of lieutenant- eol
onel.
! The
distinguished
nr and holder of a
[ liver,si at two
governor's message was de
Vloek tills afternoon.
Mrs. Emma Drake, the woman
member of the House from Now I'ly
Idaho will be the second state In the
union to ratify the m,-usure. The
new lions,- was unanimous in (Hiss
ing it. Two members were absent.
through the action of the statt- sen
today, ratified the amemlpient
tu the federal ,-onstitutioil see-killg to 1
j in >]■ il>tt forever the manufaeture and |
SJ( ] ( , ( ,j> intoxicating liquors in tlie
|-],j,,| states.
'|'|| ( . -enate concurred with the
Tho vote w,-.s unamioils for the res
tutiun, thero being .'!s ayes,
Whitcomb,
seiia,te. was excused from voting.
resolution came up under sUBpeusioii I
,,f the rules and a roll call was taken j
|i| M ,.jng 1( record vote in the journal 1
Senator Whitcomb explained that lie I
( |j,[ n,,t desire to vide for the resolution
liera, ise that as a lawyer, and because
,,f his legal training.' he did not h<

1 toise,
Idaho, Jan.
Main
8.
house when it pus cd by unanimous
vote house joint resolution No. 1 , in- |
trod need and championed b,\ Mrs. Em-|
ma Drake
f Fayette county, one of
tlie woinou members uf the luwer house. !
Senator
jiresideut' pro tem of tho
The
lieve thni an ameiiilmeid of the cun-
stitntiun was
the right way t
and eliminate tile evil sought.
1 tut of rospoi-t to tin- nieniory of the
Into Colonel Theodor,• Roosevelt, the
legislature
til 2:.'!,1 tlii- afternoon, when s|N-oial
in,-mortal services
In-use
reach
recessed the
morning 1110
were held in the
of
ri'iirc.entativ 4 |q.
' xpeakers were .laines 11 Hawley, fnr
nn-r governor of Idalio;
I Metrii'li, judge
court :
The
*
Frank
S
f Hie federal district
Senator Floyd Adams, for the
onate, and Representative Raymond
E. Givens for tin- house
tatives.
of nqirescn
a.,- composed Of Senators M. B Yea
11,1111 and .lohn D. R..lN*rts..n and Rep
- . M i n i • 11
.a and R. !.. (livens.
Tin- speakers at the memorial ser
,iec paid eloquent ti'ilmto to tho mem
f the mart,,-,I cx-president.
Senator Adams asserted lie was the
great typical American of the «g,, i
amt Representative Hivciis asserted lie
li.'i*! died leaving a wonderful cxainplc i
to alt Americans of good citizenship [
F '-.-Governor Hawley referred to |iei'
telling I
;
*
These,arrangements were made liy
committees from Hie house and sen
*
nry
sotml contact with Roosevelt,
of his visits t<, Idaho. Judge Di-itriclij
gave a scholarly address on'the life of,
the ex-presidont and Ills high idouls j
as a statesman.
Tin- first Hill to appear iu tin- house 1
was Introduced this morning tu I top
rosentative D I Young of Ada conn !
ty calling for an appropriation ol ;
$ 70 .<MKi to moot the expenses
legislature and pay the |n-r diem
111-mliers.
It was announced
lier of tin* house had
.
f tlie j
of
a second 111,-m
-„me down with
tin* "flu" and woid | l„- iiicnpn,-Hated
■ service for -o-m,- time He is R,-p
Grcenxvo,i,| of Minidoka
Tin* other mendier ill with
* is Representative Georg,
>f Custer.
b
'escntiitivc
,-">itity.
t lu
I. M,-G,,wan
disea
(»ONE TO FOG IE BAM II.
j
Mr. and Mrs. ,Vansiso left Sun
i day morning for tlie I'ogue ranch on j
F'dflle crook, in th,- Salmon river s
•-i
Tin- i'ogii,- ranch is one :
>f the big ,-attlc pr, >p,> sit i, ,11s of that !
tioii of tin- country. Clyde will linn
; tin- work sonic,. liât different than gar-j
age work, particularly in the summer 1
time.
f !•
NViK*r<* thf\ will !nnk(' Iioiik*
; in tho future.
ill have Doctor 1
But then In
work on occasion- !
ally w hich will probably keep him from !
I,,-coming lonesome. It is a tine place !
Fugue's Maxwell t
Claude Howard, son ,.f Mr. and Mrs.
I Sum Howard, who is in the wireless
j division of the government service, now
I stationed in France, recently sent the
I home folks some steel engravings of an
j undent castle in Luxembourg, and a
tine view of tin- city. Tin- information
accompanying the pictures was very
meagre and it is difficult to tell win-th
in- pictures were made liefere or after
1 he xvar.
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FICTl RES FROM FRANCE.
FORMER PROFESSOR VISITS I S.
.ieuteiiant N. K. I {ashore, Principal
and Instructor of English llcrc.
l.ieut. N- F. Onshore. formerly prit,
■i I ni 1 and instructor of English in tin
ts, arrived last Friday even
ing front ('amp G r,-on loaf, (in., where
in- lias liooii i-iigageii in tin- sanitation
l.ieut Kashon- Inis lus-n in tIn
service somewhat over a year and lias
two silver chevrons to show for ids
servhv "on this side." lie obtained his
preliminary training at ,'anip Dem
ining, New Mexii-o and wu-eecded in
getting his commission, tlmt of second
lii-iilennnt. at tlmt place. While In the
eity Mr. Kashon- was renewing
ipminlanei-s and enjoying idinsolf with
friends. lie departed Tuesday morn
ing for Berkeley, Calif, to spend the
remainder of the winter.
I*H'HI sell
dil a,-
KNHillTS OE I'VTIIIAS INSTALL
First Meeting Momlay Night Since
Suimiter Vacation.
East week it. Auger, keeper of rec
ords ,.f Buffalo Hump ix>dgo, Knights
of Fyttiins, issiioil notices to all uieni
hers of tin- local organization, announc
ing tln-t ivgulnr nn-etings of the lodge
would ho resumed on Monday ovoning
at wliieti time election and installation
of otlieors would take plait*. A good at
tendance resjsuHiod and the following
luemhors were chosen and installed:
Harold Harris, O. O.
A It. Wiley, V. ( \
S. Smith, prelate.
, *. W. Eimers, M. VV.
W. W. Brown. M. E.
B .Auger, K of It. and S.
13 . Hager, M .A.
M. E. Myers, inner guard.
George Mires, outer guard.
IE I'atuplK-ll and Geo. Willey,
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•al lodge of Knights of Py
lu t lit•
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t ruslces.
The i
thins lias nine mcmls-rs now
■ of tho country, and the scrv
ice flag of the order bears the gold
star for Hour, . 1 . Hcstcrman, who was
killed in action in France oil Novern
• her 2.
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IDAHO COUNTY
BOY MAKES
SACRIFICE
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Belated News of Ralph Brock
man, Killed in Action,
Just Received.
Tho Isdatod news
f the death
Ralph Brockman, who was killed in
notion in Franc- sonn- tinii* ago, was
received here lliis week
i\ Bert lir
ik
man, an uncle of tin- young man. the j
message coming from Mr. Bn
sister, who resides in Texas.
was 24 years of age and the son of Doe
■kmati, a former resident of this
I-lac*, who remove,I to Texas a few 1
II,- loft here with the S.qs
•kimin's
Ralph
tor Br

years ago.
tomln-r draft for Camp Lew is whi-re'hi*
ns-eived training fora short tH*rio,| he
T 'Z r r T "» w r , '' r - Tl "'
'. XU,',' . ? w«x
being given, to,, i, is pres.I
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' q, r , .1 ',
m ' .. A j" ' .'I 1 . 1
Ä ÏÏ.I t?w
, .' , ' J 1 , " ' ' 111 1
i e " '
lie ■
i Ralph was a line specimen of y oung
[ manhood and had hosts of friends in
1 ' 1 i I'omniunity win, extend sincere
I s > l, i|iatliy to the family iu this dirent'
; dictum.
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Tin* dates are as
of,
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COfKT TERMS ARE
FIXED.
Judge Scales Issued the Order From
His Residence Tuesday.
The dates of the tttlit terms of the
j district curt for N,-z Force, idalio
of and 1.,-wts countios have been fixed
by Judge S>nl,s. lie having isxut-d the
order Tuesday,
follows :
Nez Force count} I-, -I,. Hi. tunc HI,
< let. 27 .
idalio comil} Apr
lz- . is oint \ M;- I j. ,
i-I. ,i.
fOI Mil, MEETING.
Beard of City Eatliers In Kcgular s,-s.
sien Men,lay Niglit.
on j
Hu- regular me ,tidy meeting of the
•-i eity council wan li,-l ( | at the office ,,f
•'iiy Clerk II 'I'aylor. in the Bank of
: « 'ainas I'rairie building Monday niglit
! Tlie usual grist of rlily I. i i 1 ~
allmvod and no inattcrs of any
ini|sirtance cann
1
wet
groat
I », • f,. 11 • the
meeting
Just liefor,- adjoin nmc 1 wa ■ taken
1 however, it was in.
ml and s,-con,led
! Hint tlie monthly all,,wane,■ given to the
! band jeader I«- discontinued at the ,-lo.s«
! of Miis month. Since the influenza
epidemic Mn- I,and' has been unuble
give their usual concerts
:
an
a
to
A D.U GHTER BORN.
•Mr. amt Mrs. Jay , Rlmudes of l',,l
lisk. 111111,mm-,- the liirth of ;i (laughter
■ ni liu- titii of January, lllli, at Fort-'aid
A short time ago the
Gluts- reproduced a squil, taken from j
tin- Meadows Eagle to the effect that
Mr. Rhoades
li'Jid. Oregon.
had gone to Fortland to
get a>-<|uaiiit(sl with liis son.
\Vc hots- i
Hits will not Is- a disapisiiiHniont to
Jay.
S.
NEW OFFICERS
TAKE SEATS
MONDAY
tin
even
tIn
lias
ids
his
Dem
in
the
with
morn
the
Only Four Changes From Old
Personnel, Treasurer, Sher
iff and One Commissioner
a,-
DEPUTIES ARE NAMED
Since
-
rec
W. N. Knox, Deputy Treasurer,
uieni
lodge
at
Ben F. Robertson and John
Harriman Deputy Sheriffs.
f Idaho county eioeted in
, Hni-ers
Novouila-r will assume tiielr offices on
Monday, January lb There are only
four changes from the present person
nel of tile officers, being the sheriff,
treasurer, one commissioner and cor
oner, the other officers having tx-cii
reelected.
Henry Teicher, who was appointed
I by tile board of county commissioners
till Hi,- uucxplrcd term of Auditor . 1 .
P. Eimers, resigned, was reelected to
lids position. He will retain the pres
Py- '' ul force of clerks, with Miss Florence
t lit• Murray deputy auditor, and Harold
Harris deputy clerk of the court, Miss
Miss Myrtle Full
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gold Margaret Robinson,
was er and Mrs. Derrig. copyists,
Calvin Hazclbnker was reelected to
the important office cd' county assessor.
Ho will retain Mrs. Frod White ns his
chief office deputy, which |«>sition she
lu, s held for number of years.
Mrs. Otic I/. Cone succeeds J.
Bradbury as county treasurer and cx
! officio lax collector, and
her chief deputy, \V. N. Knox. Mr.
Knox Inis spout years of ids time as a
: deputy in the auditor's office anil will
soon become familiar with tlie work
of tin- treasurer.
William Eller, for several years
side deputy under our tug-sent sheriff,
j I .life Yates, will succeed to tin- office of
Ids former chief. Mr. Filer has chosen
Ben F. RoU-rtson of ,irconeri-ek as His
office man, and .lohn Harriman of this
, it.\ ns his riding deputy. Mr. Role
orison is a prosperous farmer of the
, /feem- reek country and Inis resided in
Idaho county for a number of years.
Mr. Hnrrimuu is a retired farmer. The
selections of Mr. Filer will no doubt
moot with the approval of the people
j, and In- entirely satisfactory t<> himself.
Tlioro w ill tic no cluing,- in the office
of tin- probate judge, tin- present in
cumbent, Wilbur !.. Campbell, having
been reelected. This office docs not oji
A.
ill tune ns
uut
in
was
ik
the j
Doe p 1 .11
this 1 '' , ,
few 1 . , Mls . s -^'c-t. .01,11 ty su|m i
S.qs .. " f . . Is ; > 1*1 *•- 1 "« 1 nil
tin- vacancy cause,| li.v tin- death of .1
. 1 . Staley, was rcli-cted and will re
tain Misx Rcssie Coyne, who has til! d
f clerk siuci Miss Sweet
joy tin- luxury
IN-tlSC of tho
I«- assisted as in the past by his father
f a deputy at the ex
•oiinty. so the judge w ill
•kimin's
Ralph

he
Tl "' tho isisition
w«x , ( ,„ k ' f i„.
l ;' ,ilri1 »f 'T * ''""»""'""T
. one now face will Ih. seen during the
''"ming term, that of Filwanl S Via
.'I 1 . 1 cent, who stieinsslx Rola rt (irilliih,
appointed by the governor HU the
111 1 iinexpirid term of .1 ,1 Rimmles, re
'i^H"E chairman John D. Fong and
,'ommisstoner Dale Clark were reeleel
oung ,.,j |,y largo majorities, tin- taxpayers
in voicing their approval of the fail tb r
sincere Hu-se gi-ntienieti had given tlie count v
dirent'- tin- same faithful service that is oh;
aetcristic of them in their private af
fairs.
B. Auger, of tin- legal lirai of Hutt;
bough A Allger. will
I Griffith as prosecuting attorney. X
Atiger is a .voting man and lias had ci,
sideralili- ,-x|K*ri,*iu-e
ciitor in t In- oast. Hi- was
i li.v Mr ,/ritlith two years ago.
Finli-rtakor A. .1 Maugg of ttiis i- l
it inn of inroni-r. bavin
as been elect,-d on tin* Republican tick
siicici'ding bin. \\ Tri-narx. uf K, -
succeed F,
At
From
the
idalio
fixed
the ''ill till the 1
HI, kia.
as j, 11 )>Ii 1 -
pi'"
1,-fcat I
The office of county' survey or was
tilled in t In- roe,Mil ,- 1 ,-,-tion
t
Cl. \KK MH.AI EEI ills' llI D
At a preiimim.:} -xaminatioa in tin
court
probate
Wednesday
iudge Wilbur E. Campbell discharged
Clark MeGnffoc win, was a,-,-used
the Mi- f .
l'rolia'e
s,-s.
of
a steer lie Ion g i :,g to i'.yrn
the
,,f
of the
niglit
A. • S
The complaint
ll lieg, -d the
off',-use xvrs ,--,mmilt,..| in < t,-tuber but
evidi'iu-e deemed Insufficient
!■» hold III. d, ieiuluid to tlie district
J.
M. < ï ritli? 1 1 n*pr«»s«»nh*d the
uhnits
I I:tiaha uirli.
i* » 'ft.
state and t In def«*!
wet
groat
1-aso Was mm
dueled by
1 ! M
meeting
taken
s,-con,led
the
,-lo.s«
LIBERTY EGAN FA Y M ENTS.
rim fourth iii'i, liun-nt on Eilterty
: bonds is du,- und pa-aid,- • >11 or before
the Kith ,,f January. This i ; a 20 per
cent tiuymcnt. All fully paid coupon
bonds are her,- and ready for delivery.
to
I'ARTNERSHIF DISSOLVED.
l',,l
East Satunla.v the partnership her,"
(laughter tofore existing Is-lw-.vii Chester Arnold
Fort-'aid \V.
the mutual
from j Hau,- tin- luisiness at tlie tinning and
that idumldi.g di,,|, and Mr. Hunter will de
S Hunter, was dissolved by
•oiisent. Mr. Arnold will con
to
vole liis time to lighting and heating
hots- i sy -teins. Many , f our Camas and Nez
to «*,•-<- - t»niirie farmers already have Mr.
Hunter's system.

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