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DECLARES FOODAMfflOnS
TRATOE FOE COUNTY.
-.1
LITTLE SUBSTITUTE REQUIRED
yiour Now Made Almost Wholly From
Wheat—Can Buy and Sell for
Feeding Purposes.
All restrictions on feeding of wheat
livestock and the selling of wheat
flor feeding purpose have been re
moved, announces Victor Peterson, food
dministrator for Idaho county.
Feeding of wheat to livestock has
been under the ban practically since the
U S food administration was created,!
for ii was felt by the government that
all wheat produced in the Umted States
should be used to feed the American
to
a
people, the American and allied soldiers
and the civilian populations of the al
lied nations. At that time a serious
vheat shortage existed, and the demand
Not only was the feeding of wheat
livestock forbidden, but the use of
substitutes with wheat flour was re
quired for human consumption. At one
time a 50-50 rule was in force, requir -
ing use of an equal part of substitutes
with wheat flour. This ruling has been
removed, and at the present time very
«
for wheat products was great.
to
little substitute is required to be pur
i. w u,, Qf fi,,,,,,
chased with wheat rlour.
Regulations prohibiting feeding of
wheat to livestock were modified when
the 1918 wheat crop became available.
Wheat of certain grades was permitted
be fed, and where the haul to market
to
was long, growers were allowed to feed
wheat to stock.
Cancellation of the order against feed-.
ing of wheat to livestock will be pleas
ing to Camas Prairie farmers, many of
whom have been obliged to feed to
their stock grain the price of which was
considerably higher than that fixed for
wheat, while they had plenty of wheat
to spare.
war. The allies] powers and the United
States shall be able to dispose of these
prisoners as they. wish.
11. Sick and wotimled who can not
be removed from evacuated territory
will be cared for by German personnel,
who will he left on the spot with the
FIGHTING CEASES
(Continued from page 1)
medical material required.
Disposition relative to the eastern
frontier of Germany:
12. All German troops at present in
any territory which before the war be
longed to Russia, Rumania or Turkey
shall withdraw within the frontiers of
Evacuation by German troops to
begbi at once and all German instruc
tors, prisoners and civilian, as well as
military regents now on the territory
n.
Germany as they existed on August 1,
1914.
13.
of Russa defined before 1914) to be
recalled.
German troops to cease at once
requisitions ami seizures and any
other undertaking with a view to ob
14.
all
taining supplies intended for Germany
iu Rumania and Russia (as defined on
August 1, 1914.)
15. Abandonment of the treaties of
Bucharest and Brest-Litovsk and of the
supplcmostary treaties.
16. The allies shall have free access
to the territories evacuated by the Ger
frontier either
mans on their eastern
through Danzig or by the Vistula in
order to convey supplies to the popula
tion of these territories or for any other
purpose.
m.
Clause concerning East Africa.
17. Unconditional capitulation of all
German forces operating in East Africa
within one month.
«•»•w**!«.
«Ith.» „ ,,0.10.1 of on
m accordance with detailed conditions
hbr.-bft.r W fi,* bf .Ml
internal nr .leportnd who may ba «.A
zens of other allied or associated states
than those mentioned in clause three,
paragraph 19. with the reservation that
any further claims and demands of the
ailies and the United States of America
"T rawing financial eondi-1
ti'7 rP " U ' red • . While
Reparation for damage done. WI " lc
such armistice lasrts no public securities
shall be removed by the enemy which
th pledge to tl»' for
the recovery or reparation for war lo '
Immediate restitution of the flash
IV.
18.
can serve as a
es.
deposit in the National bank of Bcl
| t ;uim and in general immediate return
, of all documents, specie, stocks, shares.
| { aper moni.j, together with plant for
• issue thcreor, touching public or
pm a e interests in the invaded coun
tncs. Restitution of the Russian and
umanian gold yielded to Germany or
t. t n by that power. This gold to be
nered in trust to the allies until the
signature of peace.
V.
Naval conditions.
20. Immediate cessation of all hosti
" - -•. c«.«.
; w be given M t0 the location ^ m0 ve
j mentg of ^ German ships. Notifica
nianni
tion to be given to neutrals that freedom
j of navigation in all territorial waters is
given to the naval and

mercantile
/narines of the allied and associated
powers, all questions of neutrality being
I waived.
21.
All naval and mercantile
j prisoners of war of the allied and
sociated powers in German hands to bo
as
United States of America of 160 Ger
reutrned without reciprocity.
Surrender to the allies and the
>
man • ,ubmarines including all subma
rlne cruisers and mine-laying subma
nne3) > w,th the,r com P lete armament
!lnd in ports which will be
spwifled the allles the United
States °[ Ameriea - A11 other subma
tu ,K ' P a ' d ,,l! an< i completely dis
amed auI phlced undcr th '' su Per' isiou
of the allied powers and the United
1
ötates 01 America '
23. The following German surface
" arships which shall be designated by
allies and the United States of,
America shall forthwith be disarmed and
thereafter interned in neutral ports, or,
for the want <> f them > in allie <i P« rt s
to be designated by the allies and the
United States of America and placed
under the surveillance of the allies and
the United States of America, only care
takers being left on board, namely: Six
battle cruisers, ten battleships, eight
>'ght cruisers, including two mine lay
ers, fifty destroyers
type. All other surface warships (in

eluding river craft) are to be eoncen
Dated in German na\al bases to t>e
designated by the allies and the United
States of America and are to be paid
ott aml completely disarmed and placed
under the supervision of the allies and
«»■ of the auxiliary fleet (trawlers,
m «">r ' esses, etc.) are to be disarmed,
of
the United States of America. All ves
24. The allies and the United States
America shall have the right to
, , , .
all mine fields and obstruc
sweep up
tions laid by Germany outside German
territorial waters, and the positions of
these are to be indicated.
Freedom of access to and from
the Baltic to be given to the naval and
mercantile marines of the allied and
associate.! powers. To secure this the
a ]Hes and the United States of America
sb all be empowered to occupy all Ger
man forts, fortifications, batteries and
defense works of all kinds in all the en
trances from the Cattegat into the Bai
tic, and to sweep up all mines and ob
structions within and without German
territorial waters without any question
25.
.......
of neutrality being raised, and the posi -1
tions of all such mines and obstructions
are to be indicated.
2f . Th(l exl8t i ng hlockaile conditions
get up by the a jij es an ,( associated pow
arp to rema j n unchanged and all
German merchant ships found at sea are
27. All naval aircraft are to be con
an{ j immobilized in German
ba scg to be specified by the allies and
th(> lTnif;ed states of America.
In evacuating the Belgian coasts
to remain liable to capture.
shall abandon all
merchant ships, tugs, lighters,
, uld ,,]1 other harbor materials, all mat
cranes
pria | s f or ; n i an ,i navigation, all aircraft
an|J a]| materials' and stocks, all arms
arm anients, and all stores and apparatus
^ ;( |j k j nd8
.
ated by Germany; all Russian war
ds of all descriptions seized by Ger
to be hand
Quit Black Sea Ports.
All Black sea ports are to bei
29.
evacu
'es«
many ... the Black sea are
ed over to the all.es and the United
'States of America: all neutral vessels!
seized are to be released; all warlike
and other materials of all kinds seized
«■»«Wd
German materials as specified in clause

those ports are
, ■.
■>S are to be abandoned.
' 30 . All merchant vessels in German
hands belonging to the allied ond a8
sociated powers are to be restored in
ports to be specified by the allies and
!<*<• st "- -
.« .tip. «
m«ntl,,, bffore .v.
surrender or restoration.
.
„„„„manta of the
- ticularly the governments
w ■ Denmark and Hol
of No. - , . • _ ' ,,Uced on the
land, th.at ^ restneri^ ^ ^
tra eountrieB> whether by the
German
;;,;Vconcessions such as the export
„building materials or not are
o I , ,
im '" rd,a )' ' ' is f ers 0 f German mer
hant dipping of any deseription to any
- arP to take place after
J fhe arn ÿ s tice.
VI,
Duration of armistice.
:!4. The duration of the armistice is
to be thirty days, with option to extend.
Ihiring this period on failure of excu
tion of any of the above clauses, the
armistice may be denounced by one of
contracting parties on forty eight hours ' I
previous notice.
vii.
35. This armistice to be accepted or
refused by Germany within seventy-two
hours of notification.
LIBERTY LOAN SUBSCRIPTIONS
_
Reports of subscriptions to the Fourth
Liberty loan, not previously published,
have been given out by the Bank of
Camas Prairie, Orangeville. The two
, , . . .
of purchasers through those institutions,
jj ore ^ t j, e Hats:
moo
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
Whitebird banks also have issued a list
BANK OF CAMAS PRAIRIE.
5000
An ton Schatzle . ..
lohn H. Chase
Sol Clark .
C. J. Hall .
,
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
Thos. H Seay .
j| Rube XX'
,) 0I . McDonald.
H. K.. Sweet.
V , M 0,11 .
i. B. Jeffries' ! X !
w, Riley Scav ....
R„y Nail ....
lohn Ooram
Louis Webber .
\1. L. Ayers .
Mrs. M. L. Ayers ...
1100
. H. Zuimvalt ...
T. W. Marnman . . .
( ^ Hollingshed
\f|j| er Hardware Go. . . .
a. F. Turner .
K -, f '. Zehner ..
vt,ss 0hve Buchanan ..
p; \V. Rhett .
J. L Stewart ....
Jy y ' g ^ )f ] i |i' rbur , r '
Prank b q> a yi or ...
Mrs . Clara A. Créa .
800
700
650
600
550
500
500
Eagles ' Lodge
.1. P. Hurriman . .
500
500
500
500
300
500
Seth 1>. Jones . .
Imperial Hotel Company
" ^
500
500
500
| K, Eckland ..
Sam Reibold • ..
J. W. Schmadeka
500
500
500
500
W. L. Wortman . ..
Ed I. Chase .
J. E. Hiles .
Dennison Bros
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
400
400
400
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
30Q
XT T ,, „ t.
H H Heerl ^ an .
E. L. Dufur.
L. A. Wiseuer ... ..
Asa Jones and Son .
^ Keeler.
Albert Urbain .
^'s.^John^H. Chase ...
jjyrue Bros. .
W. G. Clark ..
Oscar R. Chase . ..
j^ghT Power Co
^ Spivy .
Albert Miller ....
Fred < one.
*" (
^ p Zumwalt
|>_ p. Van Pool . .
Walter McAdams
Florence Woods ..
Joe Mires ...

300
Min
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
Platt Talbott .
^ p Nash) B 0 i es .
-\y Ji, Lemons.
-U ^ • LUenwood.
j' v vonBargen' !!!!!!
interior Warehouse Co. .
Geo. F. Schleier .
p 1 ; *" Den " y ' '
Julius Von Bargen .
y| rs p. m. Glanrille ...
Otto Gotzinger .
Ma^ni^ I^dge . .
Hattie L.' Max a in
Potter ....
300
250
250
250
..250
i
250
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
J. W, Williams
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
Ben Zakzaki . .
Ada Sweet .
Mrs. M. A. Overman ....
Walter Hickerson .
! James Penman, Orogrand
E. S. Vincent ..
Jesse B. Woods .
I
Barrctt Bros.
Nick Holt .
Robt. Long ..
. David Woods .
| |{ o |, 0 rt H. Cone .
j.j. G. Gill .
Owen Zehner .
j Sam Flinn.
K. W. Overman .
John I. Hollenbeak ....
I
200
200
109
100
j
! yf att Gilbert
j Lily
"•IcB.'KSr.::
j ^ mos Wilkins ..
O. B. Wilkins . .
200
200
200
200
200
150
M. Wilson .
150
100
100
100
100
100:.|,,
100
100
100
100
100
, Mattie C Calhson
j^| lie R . Brown.
, R g Koby .
w. N. Spencer.
(i;. i 0w »T'
Ho ,,i.h .
Kathryn Jarvis .
T . Bob,
" ";; i.'
M s Martin Sr. . .
Gustav Schlicker ..
Mrs. Fred White .J
H. Wetherbee - - ;;;;;
willïam I. Williams ...
1 !£Ä
Kvahne Jones
p ^ .
(\ Harbison .
Geo. Mires .
\ ^ KUnkhammer .
( , h)|a Miller .
' A. E. Battles .
100
Kin
100
100
100
100
100
109
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Wm. Gotzinger .
Mrs - M °-, Cowling ...
.
Wiley Knighten
Thomas Sehastran .
F ; N * Kdgington ..
'l', d '
jcjd ^ Knorr
Lora A. Heath.
Mike Zakzscki.
r . 1., o. Fox.
Mes. Lotie Overman
W. B. Watson .
J. P. Lester.
Frank Zehner .
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100,J
lOO'J.
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
i
i
J. E. Withcrow .
Clem ma R. Withcrow . .
Hugh M. Arnold.
|> at |' |"rhatui n ^* 8er .
(' (• (> asb
L. M. Harris.
Hampton Taylor.
Jade Willard Lee .
Charles Miller.
rp) 1(1(( Fordham
J, O. Howard .
D. P. Morrow .
H. E. Wood.
C. C. Call .
Ross R. Arnold .
E. J. Nissen .
W. E. Sillivan .
,1. D. Evans.
Calvin Hazelbaker.
( ' h ' ,ster (5 »P er .
<llester Arnold Jr.
.1. L. Colvin .
J. A. Campbell .
C. A. Johnston.
S. M. Howard .
Geo. D. Smith .
Rohtl E. Lee .
50
G. A. Anderson .
.1. E. Greenfield .
R. S. Case .
Jim Zakzacki.
Will Woods .
Mrs. Will Woods.
Theressa Brown .
Arthur A. Dunham.
W. A. Rob.inson .
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
Joe Dysard .
-John Seay .
Eli Taylor .
D. F. Wall .
50
50
50
50
50
Ella Wisner . . .
I. K. Wisner ...
Joe Leischuer .
50
50
50
Geo. P. Smith .
W. V. Manring.
W. R. Ingram .
50
50
Evelyn Fuller.
Eunice McEntee ....
Ue°- J- Smith .
W. J. Soltman .
50
50
50
50
Annoymous ...
M. J. Howard .
Helen Dobner .
Amos Markham
50
50
50
50
Bert Oossand . . .
Fil C. Schmadeka
Mrs. J. B. Carter .
J. B. Carter.
John D. Knorr . .
Jim Zakzacki . . .
E. O. Wells.
Mrs. C. H. Wood .
Geo. Faust .
R. J. Kight.
O. C. Call .
Lallah Fulton ...
Flora Howard ...
B. F. Taylor .....
f; W. Heath
Mrs. J. C. Safley ..
Dora Nash, Boles
Rose McEntee, Boles ..
Geo. M. Snyder, Pardee
elk CITY THROUGH BANK OF C. P.
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
: • 1
50
50 ,
., .
.Mi
50
50
50
400
Geo. L. Esh .
llernuin C. Brow if .
W. R. Bullock >
B. B. Scott .,ïv
C. E. Skoglar.,
Prank O. Harsh
Mrs. T. E. Johnson .
L. A. Strong .
Mrs. L. A. Strong.
Perry and Perry.
William Cole .
H. A. Sweeney.
Mrs. John W. Woods.
W. S. Harris .
Leslie Belor...
SALMON RIVER STATE BANK
300
300
200
• £
200
i.
150
100
100
100
100
50
50 !
50
50
50 i
Charles Crawford .
Salmon River State Bank
Kuoh Christiansen .
T. F. Frizzell ..........
Mrs. V. T. Hadern .
F. L. Allen .
Rice & Harness .
Henry Nelson .
$ 2000
2000
1000
850
500 ;
500
500
500
P. B. Weller .
Gill & Irwin .
Doumecq Brothers.
Shel Deimage .
George Behean.
Mrs. George Behean ....
E. B. Wilson .
Frank Wilson .
Large Brothers .
R. V. Pick .
William A. Shuck .
500
500
500
500 j
500
500
450
450
400
350 ;
300
:
300
300
250
250
250 :
250
O. O. Gonloa.
Bentz Brothers . .
('has. ( !h rich ton ..
George Marshall . .
S. !.. Mahurin
H. E. McCnlly ..
Hershel Brooks . .
Joseph Wagner ..
Jacob Yeager ....
Laniont & Bridge .
John Rosenbaugh
250
250
200
200
i
200
200
H. A. Everst .
Clark Lyda .
fjyda Brothers
M. Glntigny.
Robert Griffith . . .
w. K. Reed .
.(„hii Doumecq.
h „ Wood .
Mrs. Ellen Brown .
j),. i l,, rt 8. Boles . . .
\. j,. Donaldson . . .
w G. McDougall . .
200
200
200
200
200
200 ,
200
200
200
200
150
150
George Philbrick ... .
lOOlMury E. Bedford.
'(• |.; Morgan .
Mrs. R. H. Otto.
j ^ Anderson.
Mrs. A. !.. Donaldson .
Miss A. Morrison ...
R. M. Cearley .
. i Loyal Adkison ...
|{. if, Tipton .
Virginia K. Fry .
m,. k . Adaline Behean .
p f.;n ia Foskett.
Hans Hagen .
pi,. k < 'hamherlin ....
Lark Alkire .
Otto Schlicker .
[>. A. Jewett .
Helen Doumecq.
Jake Wilson .
150
150 I
150 I
150
100
ion
mo
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
loo :
100 I
100 I
100
100 -
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
50
50
George A. Thomson .
Harrison Puller .
F. E. Bedford .
Frank O. Allen .
Mrs. C. W. Larimer.
O. H. Evans..
Oscar Nelson .
Frank Cox ..
Arthur Nepean .
A. C. McCoy .
H. P. Twogood .
A. E. Smurthwait .
A. J. McDonald..
John S. Hockenson .
A. V. Billings .
William Butzien .
Chloo Berry ....
J- M. Zwisler .
N. Rice .
H. Dickson .
Mrs. A. C. McCoy ..
S. 8. Galloway .
M. 8. Martin Jr.
C.*M. Cone.
Mrs. Flora Remington .
Gust Wickmun .
Marvin J. Harrah ..
Bay Bohoan . ..
G. Unsicher .
C. H. Wright .
Jesse B. Wells. #
Tvon Remington .
E. O. Bentley.
James McHugh .
D. M. Ripley .
-I. C. Daubonspeck .
B. R. Rogers .
Cleve Hill .
K. B. Campbell .
Claude Poe.
Royston Sourds .
.lohn Beker .
W. L. Lane ..
E. R. Hodgins .
Jennie Peters . . ■ . .
WHITE BIRD STATE BANK
Holt A Rhoades .
Thos. Pogue .
Whitebird State Bank .
Salmon River Stores Co.
J. L. Brust .
Willie Wiliams .
M. O. Cox ..
Hollenbeak Bros ..
J. 8. Aitken.
H. P. Hanson .
Louis Reeves .
Mi s. M. H. Hall.
Fred G. Painter .
William M. Glauc.et.
M, W. Tipton .
William Wisdom .
Walter Wisdom .
100
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
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50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
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1000
1000
1000
50
000
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
100
100
100
100
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E. Uhassey .
C. 11. Ryan .
H. C. Kowton.
Arthur McSpadden .
Wm. Chamberlin.
F. A. Denney ..
O. M. Kvans .
0. C. Shephard .
T. 8. Me< 'une .
doe Keener .
K. F. Pinne)) .
Mrs. James Cbamberlian
B. M. .1 ouhert.
Otto G. Blakemau ...
H. U Tharp .
Roy Wisdom .
John Motter.
H. Q. Vincent.
II. L. Kirkham.
W. B. Ringer .
Henry Walz .
Geo. V. King ..
W. A. Taylor .
C. H. Lyons ..
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Denan mint of the Interior, U. 8. La: • !,
Office at Lewiston, Idaho, October 1 J»j
1918.
Notice is hereby gives that Adol R
L. Brown, whose post-office address ,jl|
Mt. Idaho, Idaho, did, on the 23th d . 1
of May, U*1S, file in this office Swi Jtj
Statement and Application, Ho. 072 j' (
to purchase the BE 1 /! 8E14, Section ■
Township JO North, Range 5 East. Bo
Meridian, and the timber thereon,
der the provisions of the act of Jt
J, 187S, and acts amendatory, known '}
"Timber and Stone Law," at si i)

the
value aA might be fixed by appra| •*
ment, and that, pursuant to such ap | '
cation,
the land and timber thcr i,
have been appraised, iflOO.OO, the t
her estimated 80 M. hoard feet at t
per M, and the land $40.00; that t
applicant will offer final proof in .
port of his applieution and sworn st
•nt on the 8th dev of January, If ,
before Hampton Taylor, U. S. Conn ■■
sioner at Orangeville. Idaho.
Any person is at lilierty to pro
before entry, or init
III
T',j
this purchase
contest at any time before paten
sues, by filing a corroborated affid
in this office, alleging facts wl
would defeat the entry.
I-.
I s '
i'l
Non-Coal
24-5
Henry Heitfeld, Regist«
Fire insurance.
Ayers.

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