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I enlieted in the eereiee of TUE GO VERStfE.\T for the period \0F TUB WAS! I TAH L I S 11 ED 18S1. EVER rtf Ay S PLEDGE! America. Shall W in this I ihr Therefore. I will werk, Iwiii *■1 t. firm nan*fee, lwill m dur', 1 will ß(jrt+- cheerfully '(„d to iry ui.'iQtL-a* if the whole .. sue of The struggle dcpeheJtUun r,<e alone. • • LUME 38. ^EADIXc;, OFFIC»ALANn OLDEST NEWSPAPER OF CUSTER COUNTY, IDAHO. 82.00 PER YEAR CHALLIS, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1918 NO 15 OUNTY CONTROVERSY IS DROPPED Wb \Mb \Mb m asti& ° f Two Dis\mcts Get Together and Reach an Agreement. _ RY SECT1 °N OF THE COUNTY PARTICIPATE AND ALL AGREE THAT COUNTY DIVISION IS BEST ist Saturday morning, George Coryell, chairman of [County Seat Committee here, received a call from the tkay Club, asking him to have our committee meet a Imittee from the Mackay club at eleven o,clock that Sing. be matter of the petition praying for a county seat eh 3n this fall was to have been presented to Judge Fred D^ren, at a special term of the District Court that day. aon the arrival of theMackay gentlemen the two corn tees met and finally reached and adopted the following cement: b ["Believing that the time has now come when a di sion of Custer county, Idaho, will promote tire gên ai welfare and good feelings of its inhabitants,° in ire tranquility, be the means of permanent growth ttd prosperity, we, the undersigned citizens and tax tyers of Custer county, hereby agree to use our best ideavors to effect a division of Custer county upon le following basis: That the Count}' Seat contest be dropped. That a new county be created out of the territo now embraced within the County of Custer as foi res: That the proposed new county shall be that Srtion of Custer county within the watersheds of Big ost river and Little Lost river, that is to say, that fe boundary line between the proposed new county hd the remaining portion of Custer county shall be pe divide between the waters flowing into Salmon rer and its tributaries and the waters flowing into Lost river and Little Lost river and their tribu tes. 3. 1 hat the County Seat of the proposed new eoun sliall be at Mackay, Idaho. 14. That the proposed new county shall assume the ^>nded indebtedness apportioned upon the assessed Muation of the property therein at the same ratio as le assessed valuation of the proposed new county lars to the total valuation of Custer countv as it ]>w exists. That Custer county shall retain the title to all lunty real estate a»d county buildings, office furni |re and fixtures and other county property remain within the boundaries of Custer county after divi >n. . That all county funds on hand at the date of taking effect of the Act of the Legislature creating said new county shall be apportioned between the , county and the new in the proportion of the as |sed valuation of each county. That the cost of transcribing the records of the >posed new county shall be apportioned as follows: le County of Custer shall assume Two Thousand [liars ($2,000.00), and the proposed new county balance thereof. • That the proposed new county tliall have clear [ e to the county tractor and grader, ame at Challis, Custer county, Idaho; this 28th day September, 1918. ■ he Lost river committee consisted of Messrs. Broad Criswell, Carr, Paxton, and Ambrose, of Mackay, Innter, of Chilly; the committee representing this >n consisted of Messrs. Harrington and Hamilton of jamaroi; Webb and Tracht, Clayton; Thompson and Stanley; Coryell, Adamson, Kirtley, Hovey, Brown Job, Drake, Dillingham, Michael, Fox, Baldwin, nan; Waters, Moats, Reed, Bennetts, .and Kleupfer, I s city. [he agreement is a verv fair one after all things are lered and will greatly benefit both sections interest is an economic measure as the greater cost of coun [vernment is created through mileage fees paid to rsses and jurors and officials whose duties call them ■ Lost river section. A division of the county elimi ' this expense and will serve to make all business eon j 1 ® better. It is the best thing to do. DIFFERENCES ARE SETTLED AND FRIENDLIER RELATIONS TO EXIST jitable Division of All County Property is ^greed Upon And County Seat Wo ries are delegated to the Scrap Heap. Challis Sec Ion to Retain all County Buildings and the l lame of Custer County. Those Registering for Military Service Sept 12 Serial Xo, Nome. Address. 1 E. C. La Rocque, Maekav, Idaho. 2 W. L. Hodges, Marysville, Utah. 3 .T. A. Xelson, Idaho Falls, Idaho. j L. O. Thompson, Goldburg, Idaho. •> Leo Magnus Nelson, Forron, Utah. 6 Frank Fulton, Dinkey, Idaho. 7 Joseph N'iolson, Maekav, Idaho. 8 Charles S. Larson, Clyde, Idaho. 9 Amerigo L. Xonini, Mackay, Idaho. 10 Caney John Martin, Chilly. Idaho, 11 J. A. Xorquist, Mackay, Idaho. 12 E. D. Ziegler, Goldburg, Idaho. 13 Joseph Ornch, Mackay, Idaho. II Orlando White, Chilly, Idaho. 15 William John Orchard, Mackay, Ida. 16 W. H. May, Goldburg, Idaho. 17 William Olson, Bridge, Idaho. IS D. R. .Tones. Goldburg, Idaho. 19 Orson Xelson. Fcrrnn, Utah. 20 Daniel Palles, Mackay, Idaho. 21 George E. Reav, Chilly, Idaho. 22 W. H. Puckett, Boise, Idaho. 23 Thomas B. Coates, Chilly, Idaho. 24 J. E. Phillips, Mackay, Idaho. 25 F. M. Retiuaker, Goldburg. Idaho, 26 Jose M. Patino. Mackay, Idaho. 27 William Ira Simms, May, Idaho, 28 Thomas Lee Pence, Mackay, Idalo. 29 George M. Wilson, Chilly, Idaho.' 30 M. E. Patrick. Mackay, Idaho. 31 B. J. Keller, Goldburg, Idaho. 32 Paul Pantages, Mackay, Idaho. 33 Leo L. Childs, Chilly, Idaho. 34 G. II. Peterson, Mackay, Idaho. 35 Howard A. Jones, Patterspjin, Ida. 36 John Bradshaw, Chilly, Idaho. 37 J. R. Gill, Challis, Idaho. 3? Lorenzo Larsen, Mackay, Idaho. 39 John Yourkovieh, Mackay, Idaho. 40 Jack S. Stevens, Goldburg. Idaho. 41 H. C. Young. Salt Lake Citv, Utah. 1882 S. 10 E. 42 George Graham. Boise, Idaho. 43 W. E. Bowen. Patterson, Idaho. 44 Soren R. Nielson, Chilly, Idaho. 4.3 Perry Webb, Maekav, Idaho. 46 C. D. Williams, Mackay, Idaho. 47 Leota E. Hall, Chilly. Idaho. 48 Franklin Walker, Leslie, Idaho. 49 Edwin Harmon, Goldburg, Idaho. 30 Edward Mulligan, Chilly, Idaho. 31 W. E. Whitney! Mackay, Idaho. 32 James E. Wells, Leslie. Idaho. 53 Lee C. Carlson, Ooldburg, Idaho. 54 Henry Wagner, Mackay, Idaho. 55 Ralph V. Larter, Chilly, Idaho. 56 John W. Xesbitt. Goldburg, Idaho. 57 C. H. Williams, Mackay, Idaho. 58 A. Fred Joplin, Mackay, Idaho. 59 Joseph R. Brasseur, Challis, Idaho. 60 John Murphy, Mackay, Idaho. 61 P. A. R. M. Loan, Mackay, Idaho. 62 Adrian Melkior, Mackay, Idaho. 63 F. P. Mestdagh, Mackay, Idaho. 64 .Tuan Barrutia, Challis, Idaho. 65 Jose Mendoga, Mackay, Idaho. 66 Valeriano Lopez, Challis, Idaho. 67 Marsial Martins, Mackay, Idaho. 68 S. A. Egnia, Mackay, Idaho. 69 Jacob Millonig. Mackay, Idaho. 70 Carl Xore Malm, Chailis, Idaho. 71 Antonio Vacomella, Clavton, Idaho. 72 J. M. Miller, Mackay, Idaho. 73 Jesse L. Baker, Clayton, Idaho. 74 James H. Moore, Mackay, Idaho. 73 T. II. Whitcomb. Clayton, Idaho. 76 B. Badiola, Ogden, Utah, 150-26 St. 77 William Centaurus, Custer Idaho. 75 Frank P. Morrison, Mackay, Idaho. 79 Simon Mosscr, Clayton. Idaho. 50 Robert B. Young, Obsidian, Idaho, si Otto H. Centaurus, Clayton, Idaho. 82 David X. May, Goldburg, Idaho. 83 George J. Kuppos, Clayton, Idaho. 84 Thomas L. Howell, Chilly. Idaho. 85 J. M. WorncK, Jr., Mnekifv, Idaho. 86 Claude E, Imus, Ooldburg, Idaho. 87 Morgan Williams, Mackay, Idaho. 88 Niels Frandsen, Chilly. Idaho. so Charles L. Whitney, Mackay, Idaho. 90 William T. Keller, Ooldburg, Idaho. 91 Joliu W. Williams, Maekav, Idaho. 92 Charles John, Chilly, Idaho. 93 James C. Waymire, Clyde, Idaho. 94 rimer K. Taylor, Ooldburg, Idaho. 95 Clyde Wilkinson, Mackay, Idaho. 96 Charles H. Olsen, Darlington, Idaho. 97 David H. Evans. Chilly, Idalfo. 98 Juan Uriarte, Mackay, Idaho. 99 Albert John Mullet, Mackay, Idaho. 100 Camille Vial,-Mackay, Idaho. 101 Albert A. Ziegler, Ooldburg, Idaho. 102 Christian Nielson, Chilly, Idaho. 103 Floyd A. Swauger, Maekav, Idaho 104 Roy Smith, Mackay, Idaho. 105 Earnest A. Xaef, Chilly, Idaho. 106 O. T. Sampson, Mackay Idaho, 107 J. D. Slawter, Ooldburg, Idaho. 108 R. E. Shannon, May, Idaho. 109 John Hodge, Patterson, Idaho. 110 J. V. Shindurling, Mackay. Idaho. III Major McFarland, Cnilly, Idaho. 112 William L. Kerr, Mackay, Idaho. 113 A. L. Bernard, White Knob, Ida. 114 F. L. Clyde, Stanley, Idaho. 115 George L. Knopp, Mackay, Idaho. 116 Samuel II. Kenner. Ooldburg, Ida. 117 Silas P. Morrow, White Knob, Ida. 118 Sam S. Foseman, Stanley, Idaho. 119 James W. Turner. White Knob, Ida. 120 J. B. Cervantes, Mackay, Idaho. 121 E. G. Weaver, Ogden, Utah, 459 34th St. 122 John Criga, Mackay, Idaho. 123 Joseph Farnsworth, Chilly, Idaho. 124 Simon Barrutia, Mackay, Idaho, 1 F. Russell, Ogden, Utah, 3482 Ad ams Avo i .Tame« M. Bliss, Mackay, Idaho. Robert Kent, Chilly? Idaho, i Glenn P. Kiff, Ooldburg, Idaho. 1 Ira Earl Bascom, Mackay, Idaho. I Dennis L. Killian. Mackay, Idaho. Levi P. Parker, Mackay, Idaho. : Lester D. Ziegler, Goldburg, Idaho. Walter B. Pfänder. Leslie, Idaho. Arthur I). Steele. Mackay, Idaho. Pedro Aguilera, Chilly, Idaho. Robert L. Bowman, Leslie. Idaho. Hyrum Hardy, Challis, Idaho. Battista Perono, Mackay, Idaho. M. Ellorieta, Challis, Idaho. Ward Jones Challis, Idaho. John P. Bernard, Mackay, Idaho. George Spath, Mackay, Idaho. Barney B. Lanier, Stanley, Idaho. S. M. Van Camp, Challis, Idaho. William Thomas. Mackay, Idaho. Clarence E. Jones, Mackay, Ideal*. William Reed, Maekav, Idaho. W. II. Jensen, Salt Lake Citv, Utah, 1812 So. 11 E. St. James Whalen, Challis. Idaho. Arthur A. Fox, Challis, Idaho. Pete Popovich, Mason, Nevada. John A. Jones, Mackay, Idaho. Fred P. Brown, Pocatello, Idaho. Laforest E. Welch, Challjs, Idaho. James F. Jones, Mn<*l:ay, Tddho, Ben G. Brandon, Mockay, Idaho. Julius O. Blume. Challis, Idaho. Alfred Baker, Mackay. Idaho. George Thompgatb Challis, Idaho. Roy W. Johnson, Mackay, Idaho. Charles It. l'otts, Mackay, Idaho. Jesse J. Wright, Challis, Idaho. Wesley F. Phiilippi, Boise Idaho. Thomas G. Jamison, Maekav, Idaho. Daniel Stephens, Challis, Idaho. Macario Cilloniz, Mackay, Idaho. Caleb R. Jones. Mackay. Idaho. Andrew B. Clark, .Chilly, Idaho. William W. Adamson, Challis, Ida. John Corta. Mackay, Idaho. Arthur W. Jacobson, Mackay, Ida. Eugene Carothers, Mackay, Idaho. Joseph H. Horton. Challis, Idaho. F. H. Grotewald, White Knob. Ida. Floyd E. Franklin, Leslie, Idaho. [Continued next week] DID YOU KNOW THAT $100-? Your $100 Liberty Bond will buy these tilings for the army: 2000 rounds ofamunition G standard rifles. 1G pairs of blankets. 50 cots. 32 shelter tents to accomo date G4 men. 4-00 pairs of socks. 85 flannel shirts. 3G pairs of marching shoes. 16 woolen khaki suits. 42 cotton khaki suits. 12 woolen overcoats. Thirty dollars of your $100 Liberty loan bond will buy a cooking range which will take care of an entire com pany of 150 men. , That $100 Liberty Joan bond will equip one soldier for the front, and $500 will keep him for a year. Buy a Liberty bond todav i 1 ■ i GET YOUR EYES RIGHT And your glasses right by a reliable specialist. Dr. H. H. Scarborough will be at the Lea ton Hotel, Friday, October 4th, Let him stop your headaches. WOMEN AND THE WAR By MRS. HENRY P. DAVISON Treasurer War Work Council National Board Y. W. C. A. Hostess Houses in the military camps all over the country are one phase of the Y. W. C. A. War Work Council's activities. These Mr a. Davison S reception houses i à are placed at the j I entrance to the j cantonments fori the use of women visiting their so!- ' dier relatives. So necessary have i these proved that 4 tents and Jxir i rowed rooms were i pressed into use " until houses could ; be built. Often ii the Association rooms in the near est town, were turned temporar ily into hostess houses. "We put up an extra cot," re ported one western secretary, who re turned to tell the War Work Coun cil the special needs of her commun ity, "for an old Lithuanian mother who came a hundred miles to see her boy in camp. Site cannot speak a word of English and she has to have her old black pipe every hour. But her boy loves her. "Another charge bestowed upon us is the girl-wife -of a 'bootlegger' ar rested for selling whisky to soldiers. He was wild with anxiety about her till we said we would look after her. ! "A thirteen-year-old imp has just ; been turned over to our care. She 1 ran away from a convent, and, be- ! Ing adventurous, made straight for ! camp." Any hostess can tell you heart breaking stories of times when tHe i Help lick the kaiser by buying thrift stamps- For sale at the postoftice. \ V .1 System In Your Savings Make your bank book show some headway for every pay-day. The man who cultivates a sys tematic savings habit when young reaps prosperity and happiness when old. Why not figure now just how much you could put away every pay-day, then start your savings system by opeûing an account with .us on next pay-day. Safety—Honesty—Co urtesy —Servie* S. L. REECE, Prest. E. W. HOVEY, Caah.er E. J. MICHAEL, V.Prest. H. E. HAWORTH, Aset Caah THE FIRST STATE BANK CHALLIS IDAHO hostess boute has been the refug« of stricken women. She can teil yov also of incidents when the hosteae house has brought about a happy end ing. Prayers of gratitude for the Valt ers House are murmured every night in many towns by women who are el no particular importance to any «MM except to some man in the a*»gp« and to God. The commandants of the camp# an as appreciative of the hostess kiWU as is the most forlorn woman. ■« house is erected except at the lilUT request of the commanding «(Hear. Fifty-four houses are now in 'others are being built as Heat me leat her and carpenters can he »«cured. Each housè has its ladiTidngttf. The plans for the building et i*—— y Gordon, Atlanta, Georgia, were FW drawn by Miss Fay Kellogg in ordnr to save three magnificent oak treea. A fine old Southern maneion ■ «eared for the Young Women's Chrietlan Al so elation headquarters at Petersburg, Virginia, is as popular with 'the ael diers from Camp Lee as is the official hostess house. The hostess houses serve the entlrn nation. The work with girls is one of the most important functions of the War Work Council. It deals with nil kind! of work with girls. Girls in email towns, in cities, in country villager and in the great manufacturing cam ters are all touched by the aeuiuW conditions of a country in a etete el war preparation. Their patrie ti»m may urge them toward unexpected falls. Their very entbuBiaam l^dg them into danger. (Continued ______) fJjJH If oivr country isn't worth fighting for !b isn't worth living in!