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TASLI6HED 1886
SALMON, IDAHO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2». 1818
VOL. NO. XXXIIL NO.
HE SLACKER
Thing that Refuses to do his or her Part-That is
what our boys call a fellow who refuses
to do his duty.
I In all the soldier's vocabulary there is no word
hich expresses to him a thing so debased and use
ps; a fellew who will "lay down on the job" when
e life and welfare of his fellows depend on him is a
SLACKER
Iman that CAJN and WON'T is worse than a cow
oi
th -a community.
Do you want the fine war
ord of this community, our Lemhi county, to car
ry the awful word "slacker."

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n the years to come there will be just two kinds of communities remembered
e that, «(like our glorious boys) have given their patriotic all—and those like the
ACKER" that have refused to make good and that did not do their share. J
hether we like it or not these are the facts—Lemhi county has not as yet donej
duty in-the purchase of
SAVINGS Stamps
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h're is left less than 30 days in which to save the fair name of Lemhi county; if
accomplished it means the absolute co-operation of every man, woman and child
ur county working as a irnit to pry ope n the community purse and BU\ Lemhi
ty's quota of W. S. S. _
this is accomplished buying must be b risk as there is not time enough left to
e in Talk_Begging—Importuning or Coaxing. You Must Put Up or be Brand
a SLACKER .
AHOANS: DONT DEBATE IT
This space contrbuted by
-DO IT'
mhi County Committee
PIONEER MERCANTIE CO.
HAGEN'S MEAT MARKET
ARTHUR GREENE
VARIETY STORE
PIONEER GARAGE
AMONSON & PYEATT
E. G. HETTINGER. DRUGGIST
HAVEMANN HARDWARE
BURK'S PLAIN PRICE STORE
WRIGHT'S FURNITURE STORE
RED CROSS PHARMACY
BRADLEY & WATKINS GARAGE
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RECORDS OF LOCAL BOARD«
TO BE SEALED DECEMBER 10
Local board« are to s«al up their
record» December 10 and await fur
ther instruction« from the prtrroat
«wtraha! general. CUnification, arc
to stop December. 9
"lmmefiiateh after the completion
oi ' heir cUtsification warb »ml tbc
rendering of the last of the reports,
which mus; be m»oo; later than De
cern bttr wr states a t- legrain re
cei'.ed by the adjutan- general's of
fice at Boise last week from the pro
w general: "the local board rec
ord*. which are public record:-- of the
federal government of the foiled
United States, »ball be sealed by the
chairman of the local board by seal
ing up the case» in which the record*
art filed and so sealed and tbe.ree
eord* and sacc-s shall be kept scaled
and intact subject to future orders
from the *ovmor or the provost
marshal general'
Must Retain All Paner.
Under no circumstance* whatever
•re the boards to permit any one to
Withdraw paper« In their files.
"After the receipt of this or
der no acres« shall be given to
record» of local boards on the
part of any person whatever not
a board member or a member of
the clerical force specifically -au
thorized thereto by the board."
the telegram continue*, "and no
information concerning them
shall be given out except when
the written instructions of the
governor or of the provost mar
shal general are presented. The
obligation of the board to keep
these records Intact ami un
touched is clear from recent In
structions on this matter."
Boa rd s to Observe Ruins
"Scrupulous observations of the
foregoing rules i* essentia! in order
that the records themselves shall not
bn violated and in order that the lo
cal boards shall be protected against
tfce Importunities of registrants and
ainsi serious charges to which any
Other course would lend color and
might give substance The powers of
the local boards In dealing with this
situation may be gathered from re
cent instructions concerning penal
ties attached to mutilation, altera
lion or destruction of records.
Great Value of Records.
The .proper and Just adminis
tration of tfce war risk insurance
act and of future pension laws of
the country', will, in many cases,
depend almost exclusively upon
data contained In these records
which will likewise have a vital
relationship to charges of deser
tion and delinquency involving
the honor of thousands oi regis
trants.
s
come information of lasting value ns
■ to man power in case of kov further
: war."
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SCHOOLS TO REMAIN CLOSED I
The school board me. Tuesday
: night to consider the reopening of
jthe city schools,
i Hand wa» present
Superintendent
to recommend
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lha, ' h , ci ' : •**»** «*»*1
.Un' "anur!T.«
J to ascertain that 75 per cent of them
favor d the,closing Tit, t* iru :.rt,<i
l&ccordingly
j The only other business tran.mct
• ed was the selection of W. C. Smith
:and W. C. Doebler to serve on the
j board in the places of G. H. Monk
and Dr. lianmer resigned
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ECHOES OF THE EPIDEMIC
Salmon churches v
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j enunmes wen reopened
with service* last Sunday In the
evening there v»s to be a show at
I the Grand but the proprietor was dis
! appointed in the failure of the films!
to arrive, so the house was not !
opened till Monday evening
if The city board h«* derided to keep
J^hTtbTS «5e*Ltï!T
Th0 ^ balls fcnd CJird KanM
were started up again Monday even
mg and a dance was an attraction «s
^ an "^ jn ^ ou ^ on th< m * ht ot
FLU HITS BOHANNON 5*R
t r «•«, „„
J. (.. E. gland tvs I .aim r, on
Monday from Bohannon Bar and rH,^
; ports many of the people down^wlth
the Influenza In hi* family his son j
Roy was taken Tick on Sunday Mr
iOrvUI« Wright and babv have been
the entire Stills family of
111: the entire Stills family of five ,
were taken at nearly the Mme time;
onlv one of the Bohannon familv
eight i* able to be about. Miss Snnd I
graas. Mr*. Edith Mackay and son I
were visitor» at the Bohannons when
they beanie ill with this epidemic
Mrs. Louis Bancroft and daughter
Fern developed symptoms of the dis
rose Sunday. i
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JUSTUS EDWARDS SAFE
I A message
Edwards received
wards family today
being in a hospital during the first
' week or two of November. The mes
sage was written by the young man
himself.
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ü-om William Justus 1
ed by the E. S. Ed
today told of him as
PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON
The Worth's
WHEN LLOYD BROWN
RETURNED TO SALMON
When Lloyd Brown, a soldier at
Camp Lewis, returned to Rsiny i*»
last Monday, having been honorably
discharged from the service, be
found the municipal bond ont at the
railroad station to meet him, besides
hundred or so of his friends. More
over when be reached the city and
before be got home with bis mother
be found their dwelling the scene of
s fire, for the kitchen of the Brown
domicile over in Brooklyn was in
fiâmes. Lloyd waa somewhat discon
certed by all this attention to mark
his home-coming. .
The Are was an accident from
some unknown cause but the demon
stration in which the band figured
altogether according to plan, for
the young soldier waa a highly es
teem «1 member of the band before
he went away to become a soldier
Tbc fire was soon put out. It was al
together to his oedit that he tried to
get to the firing line In France but
tailed In fats ambition tor a physical
defect that even kept him from ac
tual training, so that finally he was
discharged as suited.
In
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of
train, scores of them besides his own
(kith and kin kissing him with aflec-j
! Monate regard The soldier» at Camp J
I lawls. are gmn Raw ay, young Brown
! said, at the rate of about 200 a day.!
I 1 '* wls are gom gaway. young Brown j
fc* d ' *' ?***. ° f "T'
' wl • 9B> * assoc st in u* i(
! ness with his brother George and a
brother-in-law, George Benjamin in
ihc well know Salmon market.
NEW STAGE MAN FOR SALMON
LEESBURG-FORNEY SERVICE
j Ferrell Terry ha» been awarded
jthe Saimon-Leemburg-Forney mail
jeon,roc; with a through service
Mine time* a week, at bi!» bid of
jM.006 a year. Mr Terry is one o( the i
well known »tage men of all the Sal
i mon river country. As a boy he drove
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«he Salmon Bed Rock stage« and
freight teams. He live* in Salmon
The patrons of the stage line now to !
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b, placed in hl» hands may be cer
tain that he will aerve them well.
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YOUNG SHAW IS NOT KILLEO ä
Mr* J B. Shaw ha* received word
! that the son Lloyd, heretofore Mid j
to be fatally iniured tn battle, lo the
mm mt uoyd ». .un living and
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A. C. Cherry ia starting inqulrlw. to
day through the Red Crons agencies
to hear direct from the case. !
Jus. as soon a, the republican, se
cured control of congres* W, H. |
Ilarr, president of the National
iFounders' association which employa
•*« —.. - u*,™,.
I* 'n N '»* w York **» abolition
Lj tbe eljtht uo Ur an( i the lower
rH,^ of Th „ a r#ry »ugge»
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R«' R<%r. 1^« 1-ewt». an Epi*
P»i clergyman at Idaho Falls, was a
flve!*J*IU»r butt »«*«* at the Salmon home
, v.sitor last wee* at toe miniuo nonl *',
jof Rev. Mr Strlngfellow. Mr. Ia»wis
of|*>eloncs to the same Virginia family
I from which came Capt. Mertweatber
I Lewis of I-ewi* and Clark fame. One
(of the minister's valued possessions
*« * »»**«> '»»rn by the discover« on
hl * expJorotions In this locality and
.another ht» Masonic apron, both b<
i 1 ®* priceless from their associai ion.
I •mmmmtmmm n nn —
I Mr. and Mr*. E. B. MItcholl ww
• down from the Thomas Tearian
ranch for Thanksgiving tn Salmon,
i ranci! ror i nanxsgivmg w
1 expecting to return today, to remain
tn charge of the Yearian ranch till
spring. Mr. and Mrs. Yearian are
soon to leave for California- Mr. and
Mrs. Mitchell have leased the ranch
formerly owned by Mac Pyealt, but *
now owned by the Thos. Yearian»
WILLIAM PETERSON
STRICKEN BT DEATH
WUUam Peterson was found fiend
In his roam on Thanksgiving ta sin
in* Mr. and Mrs Dan Chase base
the Peterson home as their rant
dence. the owner having ro o emd
one room (Or his own use. tat the
evening before be bad retired am us
ual and at midnight Mrs. ChmM
beard him stirring in bis apart m—L
There was nothing *— «■ fi tMI
and she supposed be bad gtme ab sut
bis regular chore cd fivteg the alww
in his room. She had been awaha
|Ute that night fier the mason IBM
care of sick persona. *
ta the morning Mrs. Oman ohnerv
I the irregularity that Mr. Peter
in'» bed was unoccupied. Them ahn
tiled Mr. Chase, who found Mr.
Peterson doubled up hi the finest at
the roam. He had been dead
stnee the Mam Mrs Chase baud Mm
ta the middle of the night.
Mr. Peterson waa etghtyrBve yuans
of age. Hs was ans of the péanasr
settlers of the Lemhi valley. haiMg
talma « what la now the Tom Pp
satt roach, a BhaM pro p arty . Af
terwards be moved to the Pahshma
roi valley, always being engaged In
stock raising In which he waa ana*
He never heM a public office an
cept that of mayor of Salmon Ihr
two terms. His hams h this Mr
coast It utes one of the beauty ^aM at
the city us to the grounds. .
which it la stated he dlspasss at hr
111. So fu as known there are an
relatives la this country. Ho was a
native of Denmark and ta hta youth
left that country as a sailor.
The funeral is to take p l a ce at t
o'clock Sunday, December 1. •
SIMON ISCR
Simon Weiser, a carpenter at
Fourth of July, died last Mtiaflar
night at (he Salmon residence at Joe
Prokseh. where be had basa aadar
care of a physician. Mr. Weiser had
ill since early ta the fall. A
month ago he was a hospital patient
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for at the Prokach
trat
he was care«
home IJe was
without family and lived alow.
DIED AT CHALLIS
j ^ ^ dJwJ „ c|m >.
Saturday Mrs Fourcade was the
i( ,j daat daughter of Robert Campbell,
former »tat« senator, and grand
daughter of Mr* H. C. King, who hi
supposed to he the oldest pioneer in
Idaho. Sir». Fourt-ade waa 22 year*
of age at the time of her death, and
the wife of ,i well known sheep mi
ci the Pahxtmarol.
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||F YQU M ~ £ INFLUENZA YOUR
CHANCE FOR RECOVERY 9* TO 1
i .Spanish Influent* in the state of
Idaho give« It* victims a gamble
! with d»ath on the baut« of about 25
, Chances that the patient will die to
llKM , c t, aB( .«w that he will get well, •
study of the epidemic reports filed at
! lb* office of the atate board of health
shown In other words, one person In
^ ^ U()V „ with lh|l malady
has succumbed
j Since October I. when the first rm
ä port was filed. 12.5M case* of infto
3"", ' °
j Takln* 12H out of lOhO aa a fair
normal time yearly death rat*, the«*
rnmmm. «f th. «nw *» *9
iratf> (B ldabo „ (km bl«d among per*
«on* taken aick with IL
! Death can be given a poorer a
bS^nl T ^TStfiU«
| |akl , rTtra ' precautions at th* o nt— t
to fight off the disease. My the ao
thotltie*. a# many of the fatalities
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^ ^ ~ ltM patient in failing to
derstand the aerltwsneaa of hla
'.nd to take care of himself a.
structed.
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COURT REPORTtR OI1TRICH
DIES °^. 8 ^rtrh 3«^ ve.ro
Clarence C I
ng , p**aed away at II o'clock
Am ^ rnornlng Iront pneumonia,
lowing influenza, after *" 'J!"?*"
about ooe week. Mr ^
year» and calle*l Idaho
h|# boOTe for th * p«,t five year*
private seereury to ronror
nra ' 1 ; h»d"been court report
Judge Outnn for the P* Bt
,, p w .s brot known *•
COUft fOf *
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y r met rich was active in pwl«
and was »«*r*taryj>f
^ -ootmtsaton. He
tiks' lodge at
survived by
who live* to ' Ji*'
brother*. H " nA.trUli of
Fall* and 'S
*" a „. ^.-w of Federal J
* l j- p^trich. He waa born fa
Kansas.

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