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Loyal People of Idoho will Not
Stand for Candidates who are Under Thumb of LeSeuer Overpowering Proof of the connection of the Nonpartisan Leaders with the I. W. W. fo rces some Admissions—* Effort to Give Standing in Idaho to a Notorious I. W. W. and Sedition Breeder who has Kept in the Back grown until 1 Tore off the Mask.— F. R. Gooding The Nonpartisan league leaders hav« been smoked out as to Arthur LeSeuer. The proof I have presented has been more than they could stand. If it had not been for this proof they would have gone on Trying to Fool the farm ers of Idaho about this I. »V. W. leader by Keeping him in the background ready to spring as Idaho's legal adviser from Nouth Dakota in case the Nonpartisans win in the November Election. These Nonpartisan League leaders now admit LeSeuer's connection with the league, but deny he was •'national secretary," but documentary evidence, (see his letter on this page) shows that he signed himself: "National Nonpar tisan league, by Arthur LeSeuer, executive secretary." These nonpartisan league leaders in Idaho brazenly at tempt to defend LeSeuer and to give him some character and standing in this state. These Nonpartisan league leaders of Idaho express their pride iu Arthur LeSeuer, but the loyal people of Idaho do not nor will not. The loyal people of Idaho do not want their public ser vants under the influence of such a person as— LeLeuer. comrade cf Bill Haywood, who wrote a seditious letter to Haywood against the government, even going so far as to urge opposition to legislation to curb German spies in this couutry. Arthur LeSeuer, notorious I. W, VV, agitator, leade of the organization that has held up farmers whereever they have operated, and piacticrd sabotage of the most damnable character—the same gang that the farmers of Id&oh were compelled to organize for self protection. Arthur LeSeur, who in another letter signed himself. ''yours for the revolution, Arthur LeSeuer who, with Townley, has beui branded by Roosevelt as being as dangerous for America as Lenine and Trotzky were for Russia. Arthur LeSeuer who with other I. W. W.'e was arrested and jailed at Minot. North Dakota, where they sang; ''To Hell with the government." Horaie LeSeuer, who sent Horace Mann to Idaho to preach sedition and socialism to the farmers of Idaho. Arthur LeSeuer who directs the political campaign of the Nonpartisan league leaders of Idaho as a part of a con spiracy to set up a form of Bolsheviki government in this state. Of course the truth hurts. You talk about loyalty, MoKaig and Scholtz. You have ♦ lie same loyalty as your masters, Townley and LeSeuer. I will see that you do no divert the minds of the people from the real issue. 1 ft i * ' t From Our Boy Oyer There _ I most pltasurs in writing you a Tew lines, for I know jou lik« to hear fromme often. I am well and hope you are, too. Now, Mother, you have no Somewhere in France. Sept. 6 1918 My dear Mother. 1 take the ut cause to worry about me in the least, for I will never forget the things you taught me at all times. And do not think, Mother, taught in vain, for I think of you of ten and I well remember when you would have us children kneel around you and say our prayers, if we all wou d say our prayers more and keep the commandments of God, we would receive blessings that we will never receive any other way. That is what is needed more the worlb over. I believe there is a God that they were ,nd » iu»ton«. <*nd that if we foi I low his teachings we will be saved. Tuere are all kinds of pitfalls and whirlpools of iniquity here for a man to fall into. Hut with th« help of God, I am going to lead an honest, pure, and uyright lie. So, Mother, you have no cause to worry; for if you hate the faith, which I knew you have, and do your part, i'll do mine and st me day we will have t ie pleasure of meeting again, and it sure will be a happy one ever, Well, dear Mother, i must close for this time, and will writ« as of tenasii-an. With all the love and' best wishes i can give, will close , as your loving son, Dennis. H. A. GrohoskY sold two cars of Stock hogs which were shipped today to Sioux Palis, South DakotH Last Saturday It« si ipped a eat of uixed bit ck .0 Salt Lake. NATIONAL NONPARTISAN LEAGUE, A. C. Townl.jr, PrM, Saint Paul Minn .. March 6; 1918 Hon. J - A. A. Burnquist, State Capital, St. Paul, Minn. Dear Governor Burnquist: The Minnesota branch of the Nonpartisan League in cooperation with tile organized labor of the Twin Cities will hold the first Nonpartisan campaign rally at the st. Paul Auditorium on Mardi 19, 20th and 21st. I am authorized to extend to you as gover nor of this state our cordial invitation to attend this rally and address the meeting for such time and upon such subjects as \ ou may desire, would like an early response iu order than program may be completed and adjusted to the speakers who will be there- If possible give us the subject of your address and the specific day and time of the day most convenient to you. We expect to have a very large attendance at this- rally and will appreciate your attendance and address, should you find it possible to honor us with your presence. Very Respectfully Yours National Nonpartisan League By Arthur Leseukr, Executive Secretary. We our Stafford for District. To the Citizens of the Fourth Judi cial District: 1 n announcing myself as a candi date for one of the places as District Judge, I do so with a keen sense of the duties and responsibilities at tached to that office. I have been continuously in the practice of law for more than twen ty years, except the time I served as an officer in the Volunteer Army during theSpanish-Amei iean B ar. with the Third U. S Volunteer ( av airy, commonly known as 'Grigsby's Rough Riders'. During my residence in Idaho* I have made a careful aed systematic study of the laws and procedure and feel that I am properly equip ped and dualified to interpret and administer the law and perform the i uportant duties of the office. It was my desire to make a visit to the various precincts in the dis trict, but engaged as I am in many of the war activities ar d the district being very large, I find that this will he impossible. Under my su pervision in Gooding County, six companies of selective service men areih training, numbering over four hundred men. They require much time and attention, and as 1 believe mv first dutY is to my country now, the same as it was twenty years sgo, I have decided to cut my campaign short and submit thi matter to the good judgment of the voters. Very respeotfully, Captain W. T. Stafford. j Locals and Personals, wilh I Miss Leona Bain is mumps. Pres. W. T. Jack made a busi ness trip to Hurley yesterday. Four of th« Nonpartisan candi dates were in the city Tuesday. Several new cases of Spanish in fluenza have been reported in Oak J A Loosely boy and an irfant child ot Hewitt Jex died at Churchill this week. Ie) this week. )H8. F. Walker and Gus Nelson were in Albion on business Wed. Attorneys b P. Howells and W. H. Dunn were in Albion Wed nesday attending court Miss Martha Hansen who was ill for a week is back at her work at the local teleph« ne olfice. Roy Lewis is suffering with a foot broken st th» railrnad yard at Po catello some time ago. Ide fract uie was not set till he returr.ed to Oakley last week. Next Sunday we are to go back to regular winter time. There is great rejoicing among the sleepy heads, on account of the extra hour of sleep. Just as we go to community is saddened by the ne ws of the death ol Fred Hal verson at 5:00 p. m., today. press, our I 1 - Eé -V. K Thomas D. Yeaman, of Hurley, candidate for the office of Sheriff. in this years IS Mr. Yeaman has resided county for more than twenty ■ d is well known bY many of the people. He is a man of varied periences and is recognized person who is honorable and in every way, and who has the ex as a square nec essary grit and determination to perform the duties afs grnd him, His several years service as guaid at the state prison has given him valuable experience in dealing criminals, and will be a material aid in the performance of his duti sheriff- No one is better dualified than he is for this office. Mr- Yeaman believes in the forcement of the laws. ith w I es as en He believes j that a specisi effort should be made whhky from being brought from Nevada and «tat«« to Idaho. to pre\ s it other While Mr. Yeaman is on the Dem assures the peo pie that politics will cut no fignre in I the performanc • of his duti sheriff, and he asks the votes of all regardless of politics. ocratic ticket, he es as A letter came this week front Dewey Plummer, somewhere France, stating that he had just recovered from an attack ol llu'. R. V. Wilcox of Wende'.l, dilate for disi riet judje, and In J father. E. D. Wilcox, were in 11 e city Thursday. in can 1REL GUDMUNSEN FOR REPRESENTATIVE Mr. Gudmunsen is the Republican candidate for state representative from Cassia county. He lias been a resident of Burley since the fall of 1910. when he moved here from the upper Snake River valley to enter the mercantile business with his father. As manager of the Gudmunsen & Sons store, he gaim d the friendship and confidence of many peo ple thruout the county. In May of this year he sold Out his interests in the mer cantile business and is now engaged in farming and stockt aising. Mr. Gudmunsen gained a liberal educa tion in the public schools, and in the K Y. University at Provo, Utah, from which institution he graduated in May 1907. He spent the three years follow ing his graduation in Switzerland and France on a mission for the L. D. S. church, and traveling in England Germa ny and Italy. Mr. Gudmunsen is a lib eral-minded and progressive young man, with a r lining and experiende which will make him a valuable legislator for Laissa county. WANT COLUMN. Cash Market Price paid for all kinds of healthy Hogs. Will also buy dry fat Cows, Cutters and Can nets too If. A. Grohosky Phone 108. On and after Nov. 1, 1918 autos carrying only One license plate shall be subject to fine. bv order of county assetsor and collect t r. LOOK! A Mitz Automobile, Runabout, sec ond hand, for sale, or trade. See Mr. Nanney, manager of the Studebi ker Company. FOR SALE.-One 1 9 1 5 Model 7 passenger Buiek. All new tires) and top, and new Willard Storage at teriea just installed, unning condition, tout ing car in good and goog tires for cattle or sheep. Phone29R2 Oakley. In excellent Also one Ford running order Will trade either Wanted—Cook ent Housek-eper. Phone 35 Hurley. FOR SA LE— New couch at one-half cost, at this office. Compel Good wages. HIM Sanitary Inquire VOTE FOR CAPT. W.T . STAFFORD GOODING, IDAHO DISTRICT JUrGE eo VOTE To Skat to BURLEY. 18 THE Cassia's Capital.—A dv. move the County Burley FOR LOGICAL PLACE Experience lia Best Tcicfcr. It is generally admitted that 1 P e, ' pnce ■■ t-be best teacher, but should we not make use of the perience of others as well own? The experience of a thousand ex ex as ouï persons is more to be depended upon than that of one individual. Manj thousands of persons have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy foi coughs and colds with the best re suits, which shows it to he a thor oughly reliable preparation for those diseases. Try it. It is prompt and effectual and pleasant to take, -Ob tainable everywhere. A ft vert lapinpu I When you buy a Kimball Pi ano you get a piano with a crii'irantee. lifetime adv. VOTE FOR R. V. WILCOX CANO "ATC FOD DISTRICT JUDGE, Court Adjourns. The term of the district court im about over at Albion due to the influenza epidemic. There were a great mini y cases Standing for trial but owing to t te iuNueuza scare and at the request ot state authorities, Judge Babcock feels that it was advisable not to bring juries and witnesses together as a multi r of precaution and he, ill reloie, conlitued all cases for the term. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Befiel Number 018937 Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office,»Haily, Idaho, Oct. 5, iqi8 Notice is hereby given that Stella Holley, of Alino, Idaho, who, on May i, 1918, made Desert Land Entry No. 018937, for N. W. 1-4 Section 12, Tp. 16, South K. 24 E., Boise Mcredian, has tiled notice of intention to make final proof to establish claim to the land above described, before W. D. Cahoon, Unit ed States Commissioner. Aimo, Idaho, on the 2d day of December, 1918. Claims witnesses as follows: Angie Holley, Joseph Harper, Henry R. G a boon, Jessie j. Olsen, all of Alm», Cassia County, Idaho. ben R. GRAY, Register. First pub. Oct. 11 NOTICE FOR PUL 1CAT ! ON. SERIAL Nos. 915018 017904. Department ot the Inteiior United butts Land Office, Haily, Idal o Sep. 30, 1918. Notice is heieby given that Calvin O McOmber, of Oakley, Idaho, who, April 10, 1914, made homestead Entry No. 013018 lor the S.1-2 SEi 4; N VV 1 4 SE1-4SE1-4SVVT 4 Sec.32, & who,June 18, 191 5, made additional homestead Entry No. 017904, for the Ei 2; NVV1-4; NÈ Section 22 E, Boise Meredian lias filed notico of intention to make 3 year final ptoof to establish land above described before U. E. Strong, United States Commissioner, _ Oakley, Idaho, on the 3d day of Decent ber, 1918 Claimant names as witnesses: Albert VV. Curtis, Axel L. Erickson, Benjamin T. Judd, Christian O. Wold, all of Oakley, Idaho. on S W 1 4; 2 Tp 14 S. K. N Et -4 SE 1-4 1-4 Giaim 10 at Get. it BEN R GRAY Kegi«ter NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, Serial No. 0238)1 Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho Oct. 5, 1918 Notice is hnreby given that Angie Holley, ot Almo, Idaho, who. on Feb. 15, 1918, made Desert Land Entry No. 022631, for Ute NW 1 4 SW1-4 Sec. 12, t ownship 16 S, Range 24 E, Boise Mete dian, lias filed notice of intention to make three year Final Ptoof, to estab lish claim to tlte land above desctilted before W. D. Gaboon, United Stales Commissioner, Almo, Idaho, on the 2d day of December, ,918 Claimant names as witnesses. Stella Holle y" Joseph Hatper, Jesse J Olsen, Henry R. Cahoon, all ol Almo, Idaho. BEN R GUAY, H.xi.t.r First pub Oct. 11 Serial Ntta. 018627 019888 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. u s Department f the Interior LmiuI Official Halley. Idaho Sept pm l er 17, 1918 1» hereby given that Jon-plt W. Wll SO" of Oakley, Jdtho, who un Nov 4 1910. "mile Kiitry No. 018527 for the .'h!4 Nkg Httd Lots 1, Stmd 4 8s. « and who ott Ma y 17. 191«, ", K de additional Ilontonead Entry No. 019888. for SW*NWW. WlySWa SE î?s w H Se,.t | ""5. ToW"Bh|p!5 South. Range 2.1 East. Bo Imp Meridian, |,hh Hied Not ii tiCtt of r final proof hove df- - tniio ke Tiirest Y tab I i fell ciai hefo to )•« I .1 sorbed C E St ---»n*. U. e. t m I »»shine r at Oh k I« y , Id u ho, day of November. lHlg the 12th * a witnesses: W C. Mr ^ A. Critchfleld. Wilder »d Robert PendegrMfcs all Oak nm M u r Abrai y Fairchild l«v Idaho. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Serial Nos. 018193 uud 023904 OopHrtm.nt of the Interior. United Stales Land Office at Halley, Idaho. Oct 9 1918 that Kudolph C. .Tune 23. Notice ia hereby given . of Oakley. Idaho, 10h r >, mad« homestead Wl-2 SKI-4 »ec tion 2fi, 4. 1018. made addltioi ho POtry No 018193 for and win January 1 homestead entry N . (123904 f6r El-2 SF.I-4 I Ship 12 »outh, Rallye 22 east, Boise Merld! tie* of intentl Bnal proof, to eiiablleli claim above described before C c -mmlssloner at Oakley, Idal day of December. 1918 . witnesses: Job et ion 2 « Tow h fi I H<! naue 3 year to t)»e land E. Strong U S the 17th to Claimant n r.es nh . C. W. Layton, H. Pttterso John 8. Job list »II of Oakley, Idaho. and Ja O A nderiun , Uen B. Grat, Register. First published Oct. 18. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. FINAL PROOF. I, Hannibal H. Smith, of Oakley |d a the assignee of Swanty Nelson, W | U1 ' made entry No. 293 under the provisions of an Act of the Legislature of the State or Idaho, commonly known as the "Carey Act." approved March 2, 1800 which embraces Lots 3 and 4 Sec 31' 1 wp 12S of range 22E, H. m., uo heieby give notice of .ny intention to make btul proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that I < xpect to piove that I have resided on, reclaimed and cultivated said land as required by law before G. E Strong, Carey Act Land Commissioner at Oakley, Idaho, on the 4th day of December, 1918 by two of the fo'lowing witnesssr: M T Woodhouse, Geo. F. DuVall, David Okleberiy, w. I'. C.anney, all of Oaklev, Idaho. Hannibal H. Smith, Enti)man.