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MONTANA Dki DEC.
31 ; SHUTS Off
M SUPPLY
BOOZE THAT HAS TRICKLED INTO
IDAHO FROM STATE TO BAST
WILL BE NO MORE.
MUST COME FROH CALIFORNIA
Liquor Can No Longer Be Sold in Ne
vada and Wyoming Will Enter
Prohibition Column Soon
Where will Malm get its booze?
That is a puzzling quest-ion, imleed.
Montana, to the east, goes dry next
Tuesday night, at midnight.
Wyoming, to the east of southern
Idaho, enters the dry column on Jan
uary 15, 'next.
Nevada, to the south, recently became
bone dry territory.
Only from far-off California can booze
be imported to Idaho, and such importa
tion would be a violation of both fed
eral and state laws.
Idaho, which has been classed as dry
territory for the last four years, has
received from time to time liquor from
neighboring states. Although importa
tion of liquor into the states has been
in violation of both the state and feder
al statutes, nnthoritise have been unable
to entirely suppress the liquor traffic.
Large quantities of whiskey and other
liquors have been seized at various
times over th«' state and bnly recently,
at Boise, thousands of dollars worth of
contraband booze were poured into the
sewer by the authorities.
Booze, it is said, has be3n brought
into the state of Idaho at frequent in
tervals from Montana during the last
year. It has been smuggled through
on both passenger and freight trains, by
automobile, by pedestrians, and on pack
horses. But now, with the sale of booze
becoming illegal in Montana, Nevada,
and Wyoming, all of which states were
popular oases for thirsty Idahoans, it
will be next to impossible for the amber
fluid to reach Idaho. Only from Cali
fornia or from ships in the Pacific ocean.
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To the public in general and to the farmers of Camas Prai
rie in particular, I wish to express my sincere thanks for their
liberal patronage and hearty cooperation during the year 1918,
now rapidly drawing to a close. You have made this year the
most successful in my experience as an auctioneer. For this 1
am truiy grateful to you.
To each and every one of you I wish a most Happy and Pros
perous NEW YEAR.
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James Green and family departed this
week for Oklahoma
days.
to spend the holi-,
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Mrs. F. Kelly, who has been
a patient
at the hospital, left this week for Kam
iah.
Miss Nellie Bas
returned Monday
where she took the
from .Orangeville
teachers'
examinations.
Mrs. Blanche Martin is an influenza
patient at the Alcorn hospital.
Morgan spent Christen
friends at Hope, Ida.
Dr. Buchanan
J. F.
IS with
dentist, of Ho,
here doing dental work the. first of the
week.
was
Miss Borghild Hoff spent Christmas
with relatives at Nezperce.
Miss Virginia an.I Ben Fry are home
to spend the holidays with their par
nits.
W. J. Adsley is confined to this home
this week with influenza.
HAY AND STRAW FOR SALE.
Have
18 tons of timothy hay and
straw from 80 acres for «ale.
Arrange
ments can be made to feed on the place.
A. Wisener, Orangeville, Ida. .'(I-2
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A Red Cross drive
Lncile and vicinity last week,
numbers were secured. Following is a
list of those who joined:
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. King.
Mr. and Mrs. Hailey Rice.
Mr. and Mrs. William Percifield.
was made at
Sixty
Air. anil Mrs. AV. A. Sewell.
Mr, and Mrs. H. J. Elfers.
Air. and Mrs. E. W. Butcher.
Mr. and Airs. O O, Gordon.
Mr. ami Mrs. Prank Smith.
Air. and Airs. Jay Blayden. •
Mr. and Mrs. George Cammack.
A. D. Sewell. Beth Gordon.
Elfer.« Gordon. Mrs. C. M. Cleary.
Hubert Sewell.
Nolan Deasy.
Mrs. G. J. Harris..
Mrs. Arriuda Sewel'
Henry Ricke.
Herman Deasy.
Mrs. Esther Deasy!
Miss Grace Deasy.
Edward Luttle. Martha Edwards.
Lloyd Harrah. Joe Kleaver.
Harry Southard. James Carr.
Harry Helm. Revillo Johnston.
Miss Mary Johnston. William Sloan.
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Roe Bilker. Wiford Baker.
Margaret Smith.
Melvin Smith,
j H. B. Jenkins.
Katherine Elfers, j
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Harold Smith.
O. B. Stuart.
Pansy Elfers.
Bellinetta Elfers,
Walter Hinkley. T. Phillips.
Hr. W. F. Pogue.
James Jesten.
John Kokta.
J. V. Smith.
Jean Hodgin. Della Stock da le.
Revilla Johnston and Edward Little
left Sunflqy morning for Orangeville, to
j be gone for a few days.
Mrs. C. J. Hall arrived home Sunday
from Portland, where she' had been for
some time.
Miss Margaret
Francisco
passe« I
through town Monday enroute to Free
dom to spend Christinas with relatives.
Lph Holbrook and family ot Riggins
passed through town Tuesday enroute to
Whitebird.
Mr. asd Mrs. .lay Blayden left Satur
day for Payette to spend Christmas.
From there Mr. Blayden
Portland to attend» :tn auto school.
Miss Martha Edwards passed through
town Saturday from Biggins where she
attended the teachers' examinations.
I he ladies of the Red Cross met with
Bailey Rice Saturday afternoon,
present were: Mrs. Della Sewell,
Mable Pereifiold. Miss Della
will go to
M rs.
Those
Mrs.
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Stockdale asd Mrs. Rice.
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The following named have answered
present to the Red Cross Christmas roll
call for 1919:
J. S. Tyler.
R. J. Carlson.
Marion Weber.
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J. H. Von Bargen.
Mrs. R. J. Carlson.
Mrs. E. R. Weber.
Mrs. L. C. Spengler. Hertha Blessing.
Ok'a Olsen. Grover Zehner.
•■■1rs. Alta Zeh ye r. Charley Sel fors,
ci na Selfors. Margaret Sclfors.
A. L. Bussard. . Mrs. Rose Bussard.
Emma Bussard. Irma Bussard.
Joe Kaschmitter. Anna Kaschmitter.
Leo Weber. Mrs. .T II. VonBargen.
'Sir. and Mrs. G. F. Twyman.
Minnie Wasmund. Clara Selfors.
Otto VonBargen. Ben Zehner.
•Valter VonBargen. Leu!- Bowman.
.Myrtle Bowman. Lee Bice.
Mrs. Lee Rico. Harold Predickson.
Airs. Winnie Freicksen. Wcsa Zejner,
Mrs. Wess Zehner. E. L. Dufur.
Lee Rice jr. Baby Predicksen.
Laura Byel. P. H- Reuter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee.
Mrs. Otto VonBargen. Emery Nissen.
Mrs. Walter A'ouBargen. Henry Rowe.
Mrs. Henry Rn wo. Henry Meyer.
Miss Minnie MAcr. Carl Meyer.
Al visa Mover. Frauc-e .Mover.
Mrs. Molssa Meyer. Emma VonBarg
Sophia VonBerge. Anna VonBerge.
Addie Von Berge.
Kinil VonBerge.
j Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Weber.
i HermanVonBargen. 1). H. McHugh.
Janies Bowman.
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Raymond Créa.
Lloyd Zehner.
George Schaefer.
Mr. and Mrs. U S. Fortin.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fortin.
Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee.
• Ramona Lee.
Mike
Fred * Berntal.
Berthal. 11. J. Krcsslcy.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wit hero w.
'fi. and Mrs. H. J. Wasem.
George Schafer.. Neva Rhoades.
Josephine Wren. May Oliver.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Spengler.
Otto Schlicker, Willard Rush.
Gustva Schlicker.
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Price -Mahufin of Banner Ridge
i Whitebird visitor Wednesday.
B. Lowther was in town Wednesday
from the Hans Hagen ranch.
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was
Miss Hattie Stockdale was*a White
bird \ isitor Friday.
Miss Geuevia Holbrook returned home
Friday from North Yakima vyhere she
had been packing fruit.
Miss Bernice Hagen was in town Fri
day.
Harrison Fuller was in town Wedues
day from his ranch on Zcpber ridge.
H. L. Kirk ham and sou, Lee, were
Whitebird visitors Friday.
Oscar Thompson of Zopher Ridge
made a trip to town-Friday.
Glen Inglish of Joseph was in town
Saturday.
Mr.
and Airs. Mahuriu of Banner
R lc made a business trip fo town Sat
in day. •
Dave McDaniel was in town from
the Joe Dixon ranch the Inst of the
week.
John Hadorn made a business trip'to
Whitebird Saturday.
Robert Dnubius of Doumeeq was in
Whitebird the last of. the week.
Ivan Remington was a Whitebird visi
tor Saturday.
Mias M. V. Sqeibbs passed through
town Saturday on her wav to her homo
on the prairie where she will spend the
holidays.
Otto Schlicker was in town Sunday.
John Poe was a Whitbeird visitor
Sunday«.
Glen Rice was in town from the Mike
Thomas ranch the first of the week.
Jim Jester of Lucile made a business
trip to town Sunday.
Wilfred Baker of Lucile was a
Whi^v
bird visitor the first of the week.
Mrs. S. Falconer of Pittsburg made a
business trip to town the first of the j
w,,<, k. I
Donall Morrison of Montreal, Canada, j
arrived at the home of M. Glatiguy late i
Monday evening. Mr. Olatigny has been
seriously ill, but is able to be out of
bod once more.
I
Jack Nieland of Pittsburg
town Monday.
Miss Blanche Whit tien was in town
from Pittsburg the last of the week.
Eit Wyatt was a Whitebird visitor
Monday.
was in
1
William Shuck was in town Monday.
Earnest Beirtley of Zepher Ridge was
in Whitebird Monday.
Ray and Marion Hurrah of Freedom
were Whitebird visitors Monday.
Howe Taylor was in town the first
of the week.
E. B. Wilson of Pittsburg passed j
through town the first of the week on
his way to Lewiston.
W. B. Stockdale of Pittsburg was in
town Monday.
Charles Creighton of Freedom was in
Whitebird on business the first of the
week.
A. E. Wilson of Joseph was a White
bird visitor Monday.
George Tipton of Freedom was in
town Monday.
Roy Gordon of Higgins made u trip
to Whitebird Monday.
W. J. Harrah of Freedom was a
Whitebird visitor Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Authur McSpadden of
Doumeeq made a trip to the prairie in
their car Tuesday.
Milo Newman was in town Monday.
T. B. Galloway was in town from his
homestead Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Vaughn were in
town from the Earnest Bentley ranch
Tuesday.
C. M. Cone made a business trip to
town Tuesday.
Henry Nelson was in town from his
ranch Tuesday.
Oscar Nelson was in town Tuesday
from the S. D. Jones ranch.
Dan Mnhnrin of Zopher Ridge was in
town Tuesday.
Mrs. George V. Ring of Banner Ridge
was in town the first of the week.
Guy Behean who has been in train
ing at the Gonzaga college, at Spo
kane, is home.
Marion Thompson who has been in
training at Camp l«ewia is home
on a
furlough.
Len Trueblood is home from Camp
Fremont, Cal.
Mr«. Lyle of Lewiston is here nurs
iug her- daughter, Mrs. A. D. Kennedy,
who is quit.» ill with the influenza.
j homestead Tuesday.
I Frank Ashline is home
j Lewis on a furlough.
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'NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Notice of Proof of Applicatk
Water to Beneficial Use.
Hans Hagen was in town fror
from I
I Notice is hereby given that at
An. on flu 1 25th day of January, 19
Elk City, County of Idaho, St a
Idaho, before G. L. L. Haskett,
public, proof will be submitted o
application to beneficial use of (i.O
feet per second of the waters u f 3
Elk Creek in accordance witii the •
and conditions of Permit No. 9978
tofore issued by the State Engine
the State of Idaho.
The name and postoffice ad
of the person or corporation holding
permit is Jas. P. Larsen, Elk
Idaho.
2. The use to which said wate
been applied is irrigation and don
■I
1.
use.
.1. The amount applied to bene
use is 0.0 sec. ft. per second.
Th«« place where said waf
used (if for irrigation, give fnl'
accurate description of the lane
rigated) SV« SEV, Sec. U, T. 29 !
8 E., B. M.
4.
«5. The right to take water fron
works is based upon Permit No. ti!
IÎ. The date of the priority
slid user is prepared to estuhli
November 5, 1914.
32-4
Fred A. Wilkie, Statt' Eng
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, D
her 23, 1918.
Noth is hereby given that B<
McMahon, of Orangeville, Idaho,
on November 5, 1915, made Horn«
Entry (List 1-3; 1
No. ()(i:i<>:i,
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SE 1 1 , Nff'l SE>, of NWV SE»
N I ; 1 i N'V-i SBV4. W& SW Vi
SW V NE <4 SW Vi SEV,, SV of
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for NWV, SWVi, W!;
. NEV SWVi, SW'-',
NE Vi SEV,, N Vi SW«/« NE «4
VE Vi SEV NW«/, SEV, SW V
NWV of SEV.SVi NWV4 N W V,
NWV, N E Vi SWV4 SEVi, WVj
SWV, SEV, SVi NE 1 /» NEV4
SEV» SEV, NW 1 , SEVi, NEV,
SEVi. and S'i of SWV NEV, SI
Section 17 T. 30 North, Range A
B.' M. has filed notice of intent
make throe year Proof, f o est
claim to the laud above describe
fore Hampton Taylor, U. S. Ct
xiuoer, nt Orangeville, Idaho, o
30th day of January, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
James L. Bishop, Waiter J.
James A. Stewart, A. A. Kincaid,
Orangeville, Idaho.
82-5
ne n ry Heitfeld, He
ESTRAYED—Black and white
tod yearling steer. Branded on 1c
half circle with 3 bars. No ear
L. Neal, Orangeville.

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