PEOPLE TAKING GOOD
care OF final resting
places OF U. S. BOYS.
IÏÏ DISC ON CROSS
Often Plated Nearby and Foot
Is Marked by Bayonet of
Americans will have no
I After the war
Liffii'ulty in finding the graves of rela
who have fallen on the field of
Lttle in France, after they obtain from
L. Graves Registry Bureau the loca
of the interment, writes a corres
undent from France.
The French are taking excellent care
f the last resting places of Americans,
with name plates have been
•rected over the burial places of every
Identified man who has fallen.
I Usually the steel helmet of the man
Loud it generally has his name written
L the leather chinband—is placed on
■he grave, together with his bayonet,
■thrust into the earth as a sort of foot
Itone. Often his canteen and cartridge
Belt will be hung from the cross.
I An identity disc is nailed to the cross,
Ijnd sometimes papers describing his
Identity and how he fell are placed in
I corked bottle, th© neck of which is
Imbedded in the earth.
I There is no danger that French civi
lians in the regions where the men are
■buried will appropriate any of these ar
ticles as souvenirs. Four long years of
Irar, with the discarded equipment of
(Germans. British and French scattered
lover the terrain has purged them of all
■desire or longing for souvenirs.
■NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
■ Department of the Interior, U. S.
■Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, Nov
ember 6, 1918.
Notice is hereby give that Herbert
|)f. King, of Lucile, Idaho, who, on
IMarch 5, 1915, made Homestead Entry,
Dio. 05977, for Lot 2, N% SE%, SE&
KE14, and S>4 SW% NE%, Section 2,
[Township 25 North, Range 1 East, Boise
[Meridian, has filed notice of intention
[to make three year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
töre J. Loyal Adkison, U. S. Commis
And Refining Company is now drill
ing in the famous cusbing fields,
Oklahoma, only 150 feet from the
famous Gusher tract of the Lorette
wells. Secure stock of this com
pany by writing us for information
and prices. This stock will soon
reach par value, which is 10 cents.
■As the company is now drilling with
double shift and are down over 500
Send in your order at once, before
stock is off the market.
Spokane Oil Stock Exchange
Many people fail
to make the acquain
tance of a bank un
til they need
®y and then they
wonder why the
bank does not know
to National Bank
ß "» UponPublicConfid
i ,. a l ^itebird, Idaho,
«ay of December, Ipig
H B a n iman l '.i la . m ° S T as witnesses:
Ri^ J Elfirt, Joacuh Klever, Bailev
K,,|lr y Heitfeld, Register.
on the 16th
NOTICE FOK 1TBLICATION.
Lau1%Z"ar°î th ." 8
emKr 4 lîlK ^ ua ' Idaho '
H ,reb »' jdve " ,Ui,r William
I F, ., '"' 1 : 1 '' ,dah ». who, on,
Ust ' T , V .; ; homestead entry.
ijisr J*äoo 6, No. 05426. for r o
Section 2, Township 21) X. and M,. s'
*** »*«4. and &£
» 3 s - Township SON
Range 4 East. Boise Meridian, has
filed notice of Intention to make three
tear proof, to establish claim to the
T v ,,? irV e Cri,H '' 1 ' Mot * Hampton
cnn. i'i S ' Co " ,,nis sioner, at Grange !
t^r. 191 s ' ° n 18th ,iay of
i Ha, I t T as witnesses, Frank
L. Hecker. Jr., James L. Bishop. E.
Having sold my farm will sell at Public Auction at the place 7 miles north of Grange
ville on the Stites road, commencing at 10 o'clock on
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 25
The following described property:
8 HEAD OF HORSES
1 grey gelding, 4 years old, weight 1600
1 black horse, 10 years old, weight 1600
1 span sorrel driving horses
1 2-year-old filly, weight 1400.
1 Bay Mare 12 years old, weight 1200
1 roan yearling filly
1 black gelding, 4 years old, weight 1300
HEAD OF CATTLE
1 red Shorthorn milk cow, 5 years old, fresh about 7 head of stock cattle
3 head fat cattle (subject to private sale)
1 red Shorthorn milk cow, 2 years old
1 red Shorthorn heifer calf
1 roan Shorthorn heifer calf
1 "o?n Shorthorn bull 2 years old
40 HEAD HOGS
11 head fat hogs
8 head shoats
3 brood sows with nigs
FARM MACHINERY, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC.
1 set of buggy harness
Almut 160 bushels Marquis wheat
About 150 bushels White barley
About 235 bushels of oats
About 30 or 40 tons of grain hay
About 16 tons wheat bundles
1 man's saddle
1 pair ehaps
4 rocking chairs
10 dining rhairs i
1 9x12 rug
1 garden cultivator
1 8-foot Van Itnmdt drill
1 3M Studebaker wagon
1 Spaulding hack
1 Haney & Regan buggy
1 Jackson hay fork and rope
1 harpoon hay fork
Stretchers, block and tackle, etc
1 set of heavy breeching harness
1 set of heavy lead harness
2 sets of plow harness
8 dozen chickens (a few purebred S.
C. Rhode I .(land Reds)
1 dozen purebrjrl Bourl on Red tiirkev»
1 8-foot McCormick binder
1 Emerson disc plow
1 12-inch John Deere high lift gang
1 4 1-2 foot Dain mower
1 9-foot John Deere hay rake
1 7-foot cutaway disc
1 16-inch Oliver walking plow
1 16-foot harrow
1 8-foot spring tooth harrow
I 16-fool dining table
1 stand table
3 bedsteads and 3 springs
1 washing machine and wringer
Dishes and cooking utensils
1 gasoline lamp
1 Economy Chief cream separator
1 sanitary eouch
Other articles too numerous to mention
SOMETHING WILL BE SOLD FOR
THE RED CROSS
I LUNCH SERVED BY THE RED CROSS I
TERMS—Sums of $20.00 and under, cash; all sums over that amount one year's ||
Ü time will be given on approved bankable notes bearing 10 per cent interest. No M
M property to be removed until settled for.
C. L KERLEE, Owner
I. E. ZUVER,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Orangeville,
By A. N. DYER, Clerk
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Spedden, John Callanl, all
: Orangeville, Idaho.
Henry Heitfeld, Register.
"What is Congressman Flubdub
speech he said something
people of their
ul, out relieving the
shackles. ' '
''The printer got it 'shekels.' "
"Are you going to make a garden
"No," replied Mr. Crosslots. "I
made a garden this year and my neigh
bor kept chickens,
ing to be my turn to have the chick
Next year it's go
Geo. M. Reed buys Mortgages. 1-tf
Farms for sale. Ayers.
Glover, W. A. Hollingshead. R. S.
TURN DOWN AMENDMENTS
(Continued from page 1)
Goff, E. S. Walker, Ed Walker.
Orangeville, E. Byrom, Hampton
Taylor, justices of the peace; R. U.
Oreenereek, J. Sohn, Joe Sattler.
Harpster, Thomas Surridge (elected
by lot), W. A. Sorweide.
Harris Ridge, Mat Sanders, Emil
John Day, Harry Southard, James A.
Joseph, D. 8. Peters, Joe Keener.
Kamiali, William Jewell, Charles
Keuterville, Fied Knocking, William
• Lake, O H. Overman, George Troeh.
Ixtwell, Millie Cleveland (elected
lot), Maude Perry.
Mount Idaho, Lee Smith (elected
j lot), Adolph Brown (elected by lot.)
I Orogrande, E. H. Hanson,
Jack (elected by lot.)
Pleasant View, H. C. Johnson, Edward
Pollock, Oscar Rhoades (elected
lot), .). O. Rhoades.
Stites, .1. B. Burney, Ira Packer.
Stuart, H. K. Shaw, Bert Smith.
Tahoe, .1. C. Godwin, Bert Mackey.
Ten Mile, A. S. Johnson, Kuhn Smith.
Westlake, .Tad: Stevens, George Ren
Pardee, Carroll T. Moore, William
Whitebird, F. 2. Taylor, Martin Wag
ner, justices of the peace; M. F. Daly.
Warren, Walter V. Martin, Georg.
Woodland, ,F. I, Oallaher, C. B. Scott.
Yellow Pine, Charles Sallee, W. A.
pose I should be taken away suddenly,
what would become of you?
Son- -Oh, I M be here, guv nor! The
question is, what would become of you?
wild son I—Sup
CORRECTION BY E. S. HANCOCK.
It has been erroneously circulated
that I have quit the undertaking busi
ness, and that I am unable to ride out
to calls, or to go out at night. I wish
to correct the error. I am able to go
when and where called.
E, 8. HANCOCK.
GEO. M. REED sell mortgages. 1-tf
Lot Reed loan your money.
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