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ÔiiÆ LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF
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I. Ayers closed th- sali this week
L Ifenry Hock ranch, wbidh con
of 263 acres located 4 miles west
gevillc, to Hen P. Zehner, the
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|li KiliMi, formerly assistant cashier
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.;f was recently made cashier of the
National Bank of Monmouth,
MU Mr. Kilen and his wife have many J
Portland, ;
Mtjcph Brockman left Saturday inoj-n
i. or Hot Lake, Ore. where ho will
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f[i' T ei ille friends who will be pleased
arn of h!s good fortune.
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at present is in poor health and
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ire of home affairs.
•f. J. W. Curtla well known to resi

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led the Whitebird schools, return-]
y. (J range ville from Higgins on Sun*,
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unu'r.il of his brother, Lloyd, re
r killed by fall from a horse. Mr.
h.' ' left Cor him home at McMinn
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, Vi. '1 he and Ins family may take up
■* ,s ii sideiico in Idaho county next
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Marshall Mark Howe was -a
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vl up to attend to official bus;
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son of - Mr. and Mrs.
of Moscow was an arrival
lay evening. Ho
iiiornii for Wi:uui:> whore
I. fNh Smith arrived in Orangeville
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from ids ranch on the South
jilt fht the Clearwater to transact husi
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of the Nez Perce forest office,
ifn fp-'ho now is a ranger, will take
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JL j ive Orangeville.
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ne of those just re
ng from an attack of the Spanish
. ssnr Luther Case, who was con
Ti'tjto his bed for some time battling
nns of the influenza is recover-j
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; jAi bo out in a few days. *
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Honorable John F. Nugent

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While Ido ho is in a state of confusion so far ^s Politics ^ concerned, and candidates -for different offices have resigned as
heads of different war committees, the Honorable John F. Nugent remains at his post on duty in Washington, as your junior
senator.
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No higher compliment could he paid to a servant of the people than that he would sacrifice his political future and stay
where he is needed in this hour of trouble.

the firing line in France, and his country facing the gteat questions it does, what better type of
be found? What better could he said of one than "He Is Doing His Duty?"
With
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VOTE WITH THE PRESIDENT.
The President of the United States, realizing that grea
are before Congress, and having had the aid of Senator Nugent, says:
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THE WHITE HOUSE
To the People of Idaho County:
The President stands as guard
ian of your boys who have gone
to the Colors.
Help him by electing a man who will
be of help to him,
Vote for JOHN F. NUGENT who has
his OWN FLESH AND BLOOD ON THE FIR
ING LINE. You know he has done his duty.
Give him approval by your vote.
WASHINGTON
2 October, 1918.
My Dear Senator:
^ l- earn with genuine gratification of your nom
ination for the Senate and write to express an earnest
hope that you will be elected. We have had a taste of
your quality here which makes us all more certain than
ever that Idaho could not have a more loyal or trustwor
thy representative or the administration a more generous
supporter. &
Cordially and sincerely yours.
(Signed)
Hon. John F. Nugent,
United States Senate.
—Democratic Central Committ
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attend the funeral of his mother
Wayne Arnold who came from Mon
tana t
is confined to his In-d at the home of
his brother, Chaster, having been strick
cn with an attack of the disease that
has taken so many iu this community,
At the last report he was getting along

nicely.
The office of County Treasurer J. A.
Bradbury was closed 011 Tuesday and
on account of
A bay horse, weight
about Sod pounds, white strip in face,
white hind feet, saddle marks on each
side, foretop lias been trimmed and is
now about 1% inches long. Shod all
Wednesday of this week
the death of Mrs. J. A. Bradbury.
STRAYEl
around.
Finder will please notify Fred
Erskine, Orangeville, Idaho.
All stores must bo closed each even
24-tf
ing including Saturday at () o'clock p
By order State Health Board. 24-1
All stores must bo closed each even
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ing including Saturday at 6 o'clock p.
By order State Health Board. 24-1
All stores must bo closed each even
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ing including Saturday at 6 o'clock p.
m. By order State Health Board. 24 I

WILLIAM SQUIBBS DIES MONDAY
Death Conies to Young Man Following
Attack of Pneumoi.ia.
: William Clarence Squibb, who witn
his family are widely known in Grange
ville and community died at his home
northeast of Orangeville Monday even
in from pneumonia following an attack
of influenza. Mr. Squibb and his young
' if '< have been in a very serious coudl
lion for the pant week, and Monday nil
hopes of his recovery had passed. The
widow and her small child are still in
a very serious condition at the present
writ ing. This is the third death in
ihs community following an attack of

Spanish influenza
F .ral services were conducted at
the Pair view cemetery Thursday mom
ing by Rev. H. J. Wood, pastor of the
Fodm uioii ( liurch, with Uiulertnkur A. j
William Chilene« Squibb was born în
, Iowa, on the 8 th
J. Maiyjg in charge.
Crawford County,
day of April, 1892, and died on the 28th
lay of October, 1918, aged twenty-six .
years, six months and twenty days. He
came to fduho county with his parents, j
\fr. and Mrs. William Squibb, in 1903.
Ho was married to Miss Myrtle Wann
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n July 2, 19IÔ, his bride being a grand
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wann of
Orangeville, Idaho. He is survived by
his wife, a two J
father and mother, four
John
r old daughter,
sisters, Mrs.
Elsie and Martha
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one brother Mart in Squibb who is serv -1
young man of
Powell,
A.
Smith, and
Squibb, and Mrs.
mg his country.
George
William Squilib was a
sterling worth anil integrity, industrious
and capable,
esteem among all who are his friends
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expression of sympathy to the bereaved
and held iu the highest
the beginning of his career and had a
bright future before him, and had been
very successful in the pursuit he was
following, that of farming. He was
stricken in the prime of life and his
loss is felt in this community.
Free Press desire« to extend the deepest
family uni relatives of deceased.
He was just entering on
and knew him.
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FERDINAND
iston last Sunday.
Mrs. Ben Boston returned from Lew
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Mrs. Daisy Craig spent
weeks with her mother here récupérât*
ing after several weeks illness at Lewis
ton.
Miss Myrtle Mills, nurse at the Al
corn hospital is convalescing after a
so rious attack of influenza.
Miss Lucile Sasse is home from Oot
toawood this week.
O. M. Peebles returned from Spokane
Inst Friday where he has been the past
ten days,
UTS FRIENDS.
Mrs. J. W. Turner, wife of Dr. J. W.
Turner, formerly of Cottonwood, now
located iu California was a guest the
past week at the homos of Mrs. S. Day
i ui Judge Hampton Taylor. Mrs. Day
Is a sister of the doctor and Mr. Taylor
an old friend,
Dr. Turner was the first physician to
locate at Cottonwood, coming there in
1888 directly from the Electic Medical
college in Cincinnati!, O. He practiced
his profession in this county until about
g year agi a hea ■ caused
him to give up his practice. He then re- ;
moved to Riverdale, Cal., in -Fresno
county near where he owned a small
dairy farm. '1rs Turner reports the
doctor's health improving but says she
likes Camas Prairie best despite her
palm and fig trees.
On the way here they visited their j
son, Lkvd, who is in the Army Medical
is at Camp Fremont, near Palo Alto, j
was sent in August from Cotton- j
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He expected to be
The doctor
to their Cali
soon.
over a
the camp
his'returned fr<
! fornia home while Mrs. Turner came to
ci-it their «laugher, Mrs. Nicholas Mt>
> from Seattle where her
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husband is m the g
i the army to conduct the drug store.
when her brother, Lloyd was culled to
•ulors, being also a registered phar
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1UDGE L VINEYARD SICK.
Judge L, Vineyard hud a second at
ck of paralysis the latter part of last
| week which left him in an utterly help -1
less condition.
paralyzed and has no control over him
3 lf a nd his mind is almost blank.
became necessary to remove him to the
hospital where he could have care and :
md it haB been found noces- (
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He is almost completely
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attendant to be with
■ for his wants all of the
sary to engage an
him and eare _
time, day and night.
low and has not been expected to re
tbis is the second time the
lias been strickten and on the first
ion lie was in the hospital several
He has been very
■e\ ,-r.
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fore he recovered sufficiently
d but the recovery was not
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complete.
of 3 Pounds
Size 3x4x9, mailed on or be
fore Nov. 15, gets
way
There."
that local Red Cross Chap
ters will furnish the carton
for your gift.
ht of
for our boys ''Over
Ir is understood
Why not some article of
jewelry to be in the con
tainer. It will be small and
weigh less than bulky arti
cles. and will be lasting.
THOMAS THOMPSON
JEWELER
Opposite Bank of Camas Prairie
Orangeville Idaho
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Mention was made in last week's is
of the Free Press that William
Michie would hold a public sale on or
SALE POSTPONED.
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about November 3, preparatory to sell- j
off all his effects, prior to leaving
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for his new home in Texas. Several have
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months.Our prices are still within reason and
assortment of good proportion. It's no sale advice when t
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Plaids, Crepe de Chenc, Taffetas, Messalines and *
Silk Poplins.
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
CONVEYANCING
Grangeville,
Idaho
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made nquiry since that time
the sale, and Mr. Miehio
the sale will be indefinite!
until the present infuenza
concerning
announces ti at
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epidemic hag
entirely subsided. Announcement will
be made later when the
is fixed,
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