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ORGANIZATION WILL BE USED TO
Patriotism Keynote of Platform of Body
Created to Squelch
Boise—Tlie One Hundred Percent
American club of Idaho is something
new in the political firmament. It has
'■ X been launched to fight the Non-partisan
league, holding thr.t nanny of the lead
' j,' er» of the league are dishonest and dis
loyal. A. (. I own Icy and Arthur Le
Senor are named in the platform.
•or its first officers the One Hun
I dre.l Percent American club of Idaho
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president .1.1. Church ot Boise, sec
rotary, Joe I orrault of Boise treas
urer; David Farmer of Ada county, f
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vice president. The executive eimmit
tee is composed of Wi, R. Mitchell of
* V '* rn,a ' , " ! ra T l ' l, ' tt ot Hooding
, T'j 1 , 1 eounfy, George M. Evans of Ada conn
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' Arranget h™' I , .
Arrangements have been made to open
headquarters in the Owyhee hotel in
1 ' his ,itv " h, ' re ''resident Powers will
be in charge during the campaign. It
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oragmzation a s rapidly as j.ossible for
I the purpose of making an aggressive
figb, for Americanism. It is claimed
that there are now 800 members in Ada
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county, b0( in Gooding and <00 in Can
Patriotism is made the foundation of
the platform of the new organization
and a call is issued to all loyal citizens
of Idaho on the farms, in the mills, in
the mines in the towns to join in the;
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In its war on the Non-partisan league
it is proposed to fight organization with
There are no «lues, tees
or assessments of any kind in the One
Hundred Percent American club of
members are invited
contribute what they can to the cause.
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To the voter of Idaho Couuty:
1 uni a candidate on the Democratic
ticket lor the office of county commis
8 >°ner from the Second district of Idaho
The support of the voters will
A. P. MeBoyle.
VOTERS OF IDAHO COUNTY.
I am a candidate on the Republican
ticket for the office of State Represen
from Idaho county, subject to
the decision of the voters.
SETH D JONES,
I am the nominee on the Democratic
ticket for the office of sheriff of Idaho
county, at the general election, to be
held November 5, and I solicit the
port of the voters of the county.
1 feel that I am well enough know
to the people of Idaho county that
detailed account of my qualifications
for the office which I seek will not
TO THE VOTERS OF IDAHO COUNTY
bate Judge of Idaho County, on the
Democratic ticket, is respectfully called
to the attention of the voters in the
My candidacy' for the office of Pro
general election to be held November
5. I submit to your approval the
duct of the duties of my office during
the present term.
WILBUR L. CAMPBELL.
To the voters of Idaho county: I
have been nominated on the Democra
tic ticket for the office of county
ner, and the support of the voters at
general election, November 5 is earnest
ly solicited. 1 have filled the office of
county coroner for two years and feel
ttat my record in that offiee will stand
any test which the public wishes to
GEORGE W. THEN ARY.
To the voters 0 f Idaho
|-.n%e been placed in nomination for the
offi'-e of .
o-.intr commissioner from the
! Salmon river district of Idaho county
and solicit the support of the voters at
; the general election, November 5.
TO THE VOTERS.
I I aln a candidate at the general elec
( tion, to be held November 5, for the
office of State Senator from Idaho
county, and the support of the voters
will be deeply appreciated. My record
j in the state senate is open to your ins
N. B. PETT1BONE.
Having been nominated for the of-j
the voters at the General Election,}
November 5, 1918.
OTIE L. CONE.
TO THE VOTERS.
I respectfully call the attention of the
voters to the fact that I have been nomi
nated for county commissioner from the
district of Idaho county. The sup
port of the voters at the general elec
tion November 5 will be appreciated.
Mrs. willaim Bell, Logaiisi>ort, Ind.
writes; ''I deem it mv dutv to express
mv gratitude for the .mod Chamber
me when j had a 8evere attapk of
diarrhoea three years ago. It was the
01lly medieine that reliev J me ,, / Adv U
RED CROSS NOTES.
A linen shower for hospitals in France
was gj ve „ Jast wppk a „ 0 , ,
8t«tes. The quota for the Grangevil.e!
i branch Was twenty-five sheets, eißht
, ozen and towe , 8 and '
towels. The donation's from Cri i>
j vi „ Rpuben8 d Kooski ., ,
( - r0S8 ( . onsistintr J 7,7 , 7 7
pleven 8heetg all)] ninc pinow t . a '
j hi d j, h . r ... .
rt ad e ved n -h at 7 t
u 7J, 7 h &t the ^
j MeGaffee sale, and netted $18.40
Lunch at H, E. Sweet's sale with the*
I sale of two boxes of ciw.rs aA w.. I
Mr. Sweet brought $57.80. " '
Donations have been received ns fol .
lows: Mrs. George Poe $5; Mrs Sid
King, $5; Electric Laundrv ' $10 75
''' r - ail< ' *'I rs - «ester Lanningham and
^I« ss Edwards of John Day spent Sun
* ,Tohn Chamberlin and Jack Howard
j passed through town Monday with about
eighty-five head of cattle which they
lake to their iiomes on Kelly
tain. Mr. Chamberlain took the physi
° a! examination for the army while at
Orangeville, but failed to pass.
Henry Elfers a
rrived home Sunday
j with about 1000 sheep.
Lark Alkire passed through tow..
Tuesday morning from Orangeville
where he went to take the physical
examination in the
Harry and Jeff Deasy and Ed Jou
bert left Tuesday for Snake river to
work on the new trail being built there.,
Dr. Pogue, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Blavden
and Miss Laura Twilegar spend Siuui-y
!, f Pound Valley,
E. W. Rhett of John Dav
William Sloat was in town Monday
1 mm rii<> Johnston
Gliulde White and Harry Helur
ill town Tuesday from the Hall ranch.
Mr. Hall returned
with them, having
.i« ,s f conie back from outside points.
• I • • G. H. S..
• • • • G. H. ..
I fa who has charge of girls'
physical training is organizing the girls'
There was mu-h enthusiasm
Th«' ^irls hope
form enough teams to have
the first practice.
The sixth and seventh grades since
, tin-re was no Sunday school, bad an out-1
ing last Sunday. They went to Mud
lake, where they ate their weinnies and
1 marshmallows. Games and boating were
Miss Hupp spent the week end with
relatives at Moscow.
( The schools are called upon for their
bit in war work. Superintendent Case
: recently attended
across the Salmon river, where be de
livered a patriotic address.
a patriotic meeting
recently visited his
students' training corps at the Univer
sitv of Idaho.
brother. Jacob, who is enrolled
On account of Spanish influenza,
t cachera institute was not held at Lew
iston this week, so the pupils found
themselves without a vacation.
Miss Blanche Hauntz, who had been
I.-a-ing her eyes treated, has returned
' .fI' 00 '- '' 0t ' l>onen - ' vho '««•' »'W
suffering from a lame knee, returned to
Wa„, to buy land. Oco. M. Reed. ! M (
GEO. M. REED sell mortgages.
BIC ENROLLMENT AT
ALL RECORDS FOR ATTENDANCE
AT STATE SCHOOL ARE
AG COLLEGE IS TREBLED
Many Students Sign Up for Mine De
partment —Co-eds in Domestic
r °I Iment over last year and all previous
Moscow—Every <lepartment in the
University of Idaho shows increased en
But while these departments
lead, there is marked increase in enroll
m0nt in eVery othpr department of the
^h 00 '' ««eluding those of domestic
8cieni;e a «d «««*■««.
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college is more than three time as large
SS laSt - vear ' a "' 1 a number more stud
«' 8 " re expected. This does not in
years. This is especially true of the
college of agriculture and the school of
elude the short course, which opens Mon
j day for a term of five months.
! The 8ch '>»' of mines of which Dean
; E- A. Thomson is head, shows a record-!
breakin S *«"> llment ' Th « <*eur d
| Alel >e «"«.ng district is sending a great
many young men. The offer of Jerome
'!• I )a . v to give scholarships in this school
i« having the effect of greatly increas
in « ^ attendance.
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busiest men in the northwest, and is
only getting from four to six hours*
^ out of twenty-four is well pleased
with the outlook He said
ouuook. He said.
<<The enrollment is ver X encouraging.
We wi " hav e all the students we can
, a,1 ' for ' We wil1 . uot "«ore than
an bp «ceommodated well^for we would
*' ,eter t0 have 300 we " owed for than
1000 cr0W( Ied ««to the school and not'
given the proper accommodations. The
.outlook is indeed encouraging." ,
t0 " " ,ate Thursday evening with a large
I* 11110 ! 1 sl «e e P> which he had pu re has
Henry Elfers of Lncile passed through
ed from C - J - Ha "
Mrs. Nicholas of Caldwell, Ida. who
has been visiting her husband at Camp
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Lewis, is now here visiting her mother,
Tuesday night in Whitebird, on their 1
Mrs. A. O. Davis and infant daughter
of Tamarac, Ida., are here visiting Mrs.
C. H. Jillson
Miss Laura Smith returned Thursday
after three weeks' visit
at ^' ou «f Idaho and Orangeville.
Mr. MeDougal of .l isejih plains
* n w hitebird Wednesday y.i busii
George Cammack of Crooks
made a business trip to Orangevilla the
last of the week.
way new is ton, where they intemi
spending the winter.
Frank Wilson and sister, Anna,
Sergeant M. I. Tweedy is here
,la - vs ' ««Hough, from Salt Lake City.
John Chamberlain of Allison
on ten ;
passed through town Friday evening
with a bunch of cattle. J
Ed Smith recently made a trip to j
Mrs. Hadorn's ranch in his
ing with Mr.
and Mrs. Hibbs and two
children, who were on their way to la'w
Mr. and Mrs. S.
V. Fullaway of
passed through town last
j week on their way to River View Rang
W. C. Hill is busily engaged in dig
ging up his water pipe which was laid
underground last spring and failed
He intends rebuilding
on top of the ground along the creek
He is being assisted by Dolph
White and Joe Zwisler.
prove a success.
w. Knight of New Meadows has take
charge of W. C. Hill's blacksmith shop.
E. B. Wilson returned from Lewistt
the latter part of the week.
Saturday night fom a tip to the oul
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Holbook reti;
Mr. Holbrook went to visit his
brother, while Mrs. Holbrook visited
friends and relatives at Orangeville and
her daughter in Kooskia.
, who it attending
high school at Orangeville, spent Satnr
day and Sunday with his parents here,
He made part of the trip on his bicycle,
Frang Wyatt, daughter, Mrs. Ninne
man, and Mr. Wren made a trip to
Orangeville the latter part of the week.
Arthur M.-Spadden of Donmeeq plains
was in town Monday,
Frank Smith and C. J. Hall passed
through town Monday with a hunch of
rams which they had purchased on the
T. S. MeCune of Josejdi idnius
I Whitebird Thursday, getting his win
ters supply of provisions.
Bud McDonald of Doumecq was
I town Saturday.
! Mr. and Mrs. Milo Newman departed
I Thursday for Xczperce. where Mr. New-1
will help his brother, Grover put
! in his fall crop.
! Miss El va Berry left for Lewiston
Monday to be with her father while he
is in the hospital.
Mike Thomason and E. B. Wilson of
Pittsburg landing returned home Mon
day from a business trip to Whitebird.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cone made a
business trip to Whitebird Monday.
They intend moving to their ranch in
Baker's gulch in the near future.
INTERSTATE CAR FOR SALE.
Five new tires.
In good condition.
Cost new last year $1300. Price now
Half cash, balance 6 mouths'
Address or phone 8. P. Shutt,
7 ARE CALLED TO LEAVE FOE
CAMP NEXT WEEK
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Warren M. Smith, Orangeville.
Walter .. Bush, Ferdinand.
Elmo E. Birkeland. Ferdinand.
Edward G. Koelker, ( ottonwood.
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Arthur K. Partain, Orangeville,
George J. Gray, Westlake.
Garnet O. Krakau, Orangeville.
Robert H. Russell, Orangeville,
Earl J. Clark, Orangeville,
John T. Magee, Cottonwood.
Herman Behler, Ferdinand.
j (flarenee^D.^ NMc k son. * '( I range\dile.
, William C. Meisner, Kamiah.
Stanley D. Orser, Kooskia.
Charles M. Farris, Clearwater.
James E. Hendrickson, Cottonwood,
i Ellis Culdice, Kooskia.
•' ohn «.Morris, Westlake
! A Rr, ^°^ 1 Orangeville.
â a â2?î!%â.
1 Manon J. Eller, Orangeville.
Harvel J. Or vis, Fenn.
^„kH,. Pettibone Orangevi'le.
William E. Hall, St.tes.
Ernest A. Heter, Clearwater.
Albert Bullard, Orangeville.
James L. Oliver, Orangeville.
J Ql7| k e 7FÖnlfna r nd lMml
Francis J. Iffrig. Cottonwood.'
Glen H. Hanson, Ferdinand,
Cla "de W. Morgan, Orangeville,
lien rick 8. Ev enson, Kooskia.
Fred R. Carter, Kamiah.
Leonard G. Zodrow, Ferdinand.
Albert J. Zodrow. Ferdinand.
Leonard W. Zodrow, Ferdinand.
Frank J. Hayden, Ferdinand.
James O. York, Ferdinand.
Henry O. Zodrow, Ferdinand,
Frank M. Smith, Orangeville.
John H. Terhaar, Cottonwood.
George H. Hattrup, Cottonwood.
Schuyler E. Hodgin, Whitebird.
Ray F. Hunah, Whitebird.
Cecil W. Lamb, Stites.
VT" 1 '**, S \ Ri, . na - Kan ' iat ;
«lames L .Adkison,
Price L. Keener, Joseph.
k.lolph Weholt, Kooskia.
George Anderson, Boles.
Harry Crow, Spring Camp.
Simon Smith, Kooskia.
Herald N. Hendry, Orangeville.
Joseph Kedzierski, Keuterville.
•lohn Chamberlin, Riggins.
John Wilks, Orangeville.
Ernest J. Richards, Orangeville.
Ony E. Utley, Dixie.
William C. Dillard, Ferdinand.
Alois Bogner, Boles,
Earl Dillon, Lucile.
Alva R. Hall, Lewiston.
Yivian C. Chicane jeenn.
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Otto Korbein, Higgins.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—220 acres of
land; 120 under cultivation;
500 OOO fe7 ^od"' ^ "77
^ ^ ^ * aW timber on laad -
• r der, :
iCoats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts
Waists and Furs
STOCK IN THE STATE
iHK FASHION SHOP
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m it fe
JX Cafe. V
Mail Orders Filled
Garments Sent on Äppr® va *
STAT g COLLEGES NO PLACE TO
SPREAD THE DOCTRINES OP
MENACE 10 THE FUTURE
Governor Appoints Board of Education
and Educational Commissioner—
Boise, Oct. 16.—What is regarded as
one of the strongest arguments against
the attempt that is being made to es
Has Tremendous Power
tabiish socialism and a bolsheviki gov
crûment in Idaho has been put forward
with relation to the schools of Idaho.
as well as all the
other state educational institutions and
the public schools of Idaho, will be in
varied in the interests of the distribu
tion of socialistic propaganda. I
it is pointed out that if the attempts i
to fasten socialism on Idaho suceod, the
The governor of the
the members of the state board of edu
cation and it appoints the commissioner
of edneaton for Idaho. If the governor
were inclined toward socialis m he
would appoint members to that board
in harmony with his views, greatly to
the detriment of the schools of the state
ami therefore to the state itself.
A number of leading women's organ
izaions over the state who have no eon
nection whatever with politics,
seriously concerned over this possibility.
I Although heretofore they have taken
no interest in th e present campaign they
are now actively opposing all political
instrumentalities that directly or in
directy lean toward socialism.
Women Up in Arms,
''This is more to ns than politics," j
said one woman. "It goes to the very
foundations of. our schools and into all i
.''We simply must keep our schools I
A house that is weli preserved looks good even if it not the lat
est style of a house. It is far easier and cheaper to keep a house in
constant good repair condition than to let it run down and then re
pair it all at one time,
exposed to the elements.
Parts subject to rot will do so very quickly if
A leaky roof, if not attended to promptly,
will cause expensive damage to the ceilings, walls and floors. A
house that is simply let alone will not only run down and look dilap
idated, but will go to ruin in a comparatively short time. Inspect
your house front wall to roof.
If you will
HOUSE REPAIR T)EPAR TMENT
For Timely Hints
many dollars and also gain considerable satisfaction j I
. iHWtnuifiN, iflgr.
frei' from the dange
fico who are
rou s doetri
, We ' mis > Her,
in no «ay taint.i *
j and who are not under the "
u.en in this state or any other^?**
are known to be socialist*
A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN,
Bo you know that
al w:-ys has a good digestion» 7"*
digestion is faulty, e at lightly J **
and take an occassional dosé J Ü*"*
berlain's Tablets to strengthen 0 "*
digotsion. ** eD lour j
PACK SUPPLIES TO
Seven Thousand Pounds Weekly r. I
Taken to Mining District '
Barge quantities of
packed from Orangeville
Hump mining district,
Maekey Williams, of Mount
is operating a pack train of
from Orangeville to the
f° the Buffjjj
one round trip a week. AlreaHv ,
, trips have been made, and Mr \vV°*
' said he expected to make at 1 .
j more. Seven thousand ****
1 r ied each week
Most of the
the Union ,,a, ' k property, which i s be
ing operated by Elder A Rudolph. The
property belongs to Joe Pelikan ofs,.,
kane , but is in charge of Elder *
Rudolf, who recently took over th
per ty, and expect to work it all wi T
Eight men now are at work at the IV
supplies that Mr. Williams i,
j packing to the south slope of the hump
; are I° r George J. Bancroft, who ku
! mining properties on Crooked creek.
ONE DELIVERY DAILY. ]
j Beginning next Wednesday, but one '
j delivery daily will be made over etch
j route by the Orangeville stores, ia con
plianee with government request for
conservation of energy,
was issueil through M. L. Ayers, direc
tor of commercial economy.
DENNY SELLS SMILE BOOKS,
At the solicitation of the assocUt*
director of the commission on tnb*
eamp activities at Washington, D. C,
Doc Dpnny htl8 reconsidered his resig
nation as local salesman for Smileag»
He will soon have a new supply
°I Smileage books, to be sold for the
benefit of soliders.
CITY LOANS. Geo. M. Keed. Mf
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