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MARKET Wholesale andHetail Dealer in Fresn and Gi:ieo meats Bakery Coods.^Fish and oysters In Season MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY FILLED Highest market price paid for hides and sheep pelts J. D, GARLAND, Challit, Idaho ITEMS ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW xtegiater at Kirtley s office Those wishing to have meats oared shenld place tbeir order with the City Meat Market not later than the first of November. Want to Lease: A ranch not leBS than 160 acres- More pre ferred- Address J. D. House, Salmon, Idaho- 2 t adv We want sales representatives in e^/ery town in Idaho, We pre fer aea who have sold stock, in surance, real estate, books, or who have had no sales experience but would like to develop into salesmen- We train every appli 1 cant accepted and provide a sys- ; t»m that will enable anyone who works to make from $75.00 to $150-00 per week. Can also use women of exceptional ability- Po sir/ten permanent- la applying , state ago past business expert | eaoe, number of years ) ou have lived in community, and refer easss- Address in confidence. Kane mfg. co., i62g 27 l. c fruit b Bldg-, Seattle. Wash. 3t Miss Gertie Nickerson is as slsting her father with the book« ! aoepiag at the store during the closing of the schools. Dr, Kirtley and George Cory ell made a trip to Stanley the lat ter part of last week. Mary Coryell is spending the ''Fla" vacation with the home folks. Lob Frost was down from layton the fore part of the week a business Louigi Giampedraglia, who led at hia home near Bayhorse, as burled in the Challis ceme -y the latter part of last week he sympathy of all goes out to e bereaved wife and little'ones Mrs. Keyes and son, George, turned last Friday from Poca -O, where they were called by e death of the husband and fa er- Interment was made in catello instead of Boise as re rted lait week. Prof. Robinson's family arriv the lattor part of last week * Iowa. Mt Tuesday, Pahaamaroi val was quarantined. No cases ® boon reported there as yet very rigid quarantine has 0 established at Salmon. Sev deatba from ''Flu" have oc ®d there. aokay has bson quarantined. ha Steele's wife and young aby died at Ifaskay this -victims of the "Flu". The pathy of all is extended the aved husband. s. Woodses ia improving. e many friends of Dan M. stt will be exceedingly glad tv that he it improving in After his operation. uarantino guard was post Willow Creek summit on ••day. *fe Hosford was down layton Saturday. row Glut was here Satur ething of interest—page 1 Register at Kirtley's office. Saturday is the last day you can register. ■orner Tewalt continues to im prove. Read Cumpbell's record on Page ena. Millie Brown returned from Boise last week. Notice of Teacher's Examination. Notice is herebv given that an examination for all grades of State and County teacher's cer tificates will be held November 21, 22 and 281918, in the office of County Superintendents! Challis Idaho, and ia M&ck&y under the conduct of Mrs LE Dillingham. Dated at Challis, Ida. Oct. 29,18' Jennie E Kelleher, Co- Snpt. Pub. Inst. ANNOUNCEMENT OF FRANK W. CUM MINS FORSHERIFF Mackay, Ida., Oct. 29, 18 Dear Custer County Citizen: As you perhaps know, lam a candidate for the office of sheriff of Custer county. I made a trip through the county in the primary cam paign as a candidate against the present incumbent, visi ted with many old friends, met many people, and hope I made many new friends. I was successful in the pri mary election, and hope a gain to have the support of a majority of the people of the county for my election to this important office. I have lived in Custer county twenty-three years.. I know the conditions of the count y and the needs of the people, and if elected it will be my daily endeavor to transact the business of my office with the least possible expense to the taxpayers. I think I know exact!}' what the people have a right to expect of a man in this office and I will greatly appreciate the opportunity to be given a chance to demonstrate this fact. We have a new form of ballot this year—one that you have never voted before —but you will find my name in the second column, as follows: FRANK W. CUM MINS, Republican, and by placing a cross in the square following my name I will re ceive your vote. I regret I cannot visit you personally on account of the shortage of labor. With thanks, and assuran ces of my earnestness, I am, vours for Custer county; FRANK W. CUMMINS This Is Made Plain in a Letter From United States Treasurer John Burke, a Member of President Wilson's Official Family-^ He Says Townley and His Crowd Did Not Support the War. All doubt as to the national Democratic administration's stand with relation to the Non-partisan league has been dissolved by a letter written by United States Treasurer John Burke, one of the members of President Wilson's official family. In this letter Mr. Burke directed himself to the situation in North Dakota. He came out strongly in opposition to the re election of Governor Frazier in that state, for the reason that Frazier is backed by the Socialists and "did not support the ad ministration in the prosecution of the war." Governor Frazier i* a candidate of the Non-partisan league in North Dakota and is backed by Townley, Le Seuer and all the other Non-partisan league leaders. These are the same men who are backing the Non-partisan league candidates in Idaho, and the national administration's condemnation of the Non-partisan league runs to Idaho, therefore, as well as to North Dakota. Mr. Burke expresses himself in a letter to W. E. Byerly, Democratic State Chairman of North Dakota, in which he states the administration's reasons for being opposed to the Non-partisan league candidates. Mi*. Burke says, among other things, that Governor Frazier of North Dakota, who took the same position as his leader, Townley, president of the league, lined up against the war the same "as does the pacifists, the I. W. W. and Socialists, and asked if everybody had taken the same position, we would have been unable to raise the money necessary to win the war." Mr. Burke's letter in full follows : TOWNLEY DID NûlJJPfWTHE WAR Washington, D. C. Hon. W. E. Byerly, Democratic State Centrul Committee, Furgo, X. D. My Dear Byerly : I have your very kind invitation to take part in present political campaign in North Dakota. It would be a very great pleasure to accept this invitation. It would give me an opportunity to meet and enjoy the companionship of my good friends in X'orth Dakota and at the same time to contribute my ef forts in behalf of democracy and tiie election of true and tried men, but 1 m afraid I shall not be able. I am going into the southwest in behalf of tile F ourtli Liberty loan, for four weeks and that will be about as much as my physical condition will stand. I am not on the ground, but I keep track as well as I can of the political conditions in North Dakota through the papers, and 1 have aetuul personal knowledge of tin? political record of your candidate for governor, the Hon orable S. .1. Doyle. He was a member of the legislative assembly in 1909 and 1011 sessions which made a record for the enactment of progressive legisla tion, all of which received the active support of Mr. Doyle. He introduced and the passage of the non-partisan judiciary ; the initiative and referen dum; the resolution for the adoption and approval of the amendment to the constitution of the United States, pro vidmg for an income tax; he support , " , , . I .... . 1 , . ed vigorously lie anti-pass law the presidential preference primary; the resolution amending the constitution „ . ■ , .. of the stale for the building ot termi , , ,ii .no nal elevators outside the state the tax commission, hoard of control, and many other acts of progressive legis lation. He was the friend and cham pion of all progressive legislation and the avowed enemy of everything reac tionary. He was at all times the rec ognized champion of lay administra tion on the floor of the house aud his record is absolutely clean aud without blemish. During each of my campaigns for governor he defended my administra tion and progressive legislation with great ability and eloquence upon the stump. When he was a member of the legislature I relied upon him more than any other man in the legislature und I know that my confidence in hint was not misplaced. He never deceived me and we were in hearty accord in every administrative act. He lias a keen, analytical, logical mind and his ex perience as a member of the legisla ture and as a former and business roan, together with his known houesty and sincerity, will make him an ideal executive. These are matters of pub lic record. A reference to the house journal of the 1919 and 1911 sessions, will prove or disprove my statements. Knowing Mr. Doyle's' record as I do, it was a great surpise to me to read in the X'onpartisun papers before the primaries aud since, that the reac I. R. WILSON ASKS FI Fellow Citizens: I am a candidate for elec tion to the office of State Senator from Custer county I tlonaries in the Democratic party and | Republican party were supporting 1 Doyle. If this statement is true that I the reactionaries in the two old parties ! have selected Mr. Doyle as a candidate. they will he badly fooled if they elect him believing that lie will be a reaction ary governor. ; The farmers of X'orth Dakota have j a grievance, but not against the Democratic party as a state organi j nation in X'orth Dakota, nor against j ts caudiate for governor. The last , legislative assembly passed an ap propriation for the building of a terminal elevator and Governor Fra z j er vetoed the bill. It might be well f or (he farmers of the state to ask why j t Wll8 vetoed and I understand that reason was given that a terminal ele va ( 0r would be of no use without j )ac kf n g houses, flour mills, etc., but sure jy would have been a start, a beginning. A half a loaf is better than no bread. The world was not made in a day. The farmer might also ask if the reasons given for vetoing the bill were the real reasons or if there are others. Of course if the elevator proved a solu tion of the farmers' problem, they would no longer need the Nonpartisan league. The same would be true if it proved a failure. X'orth Dakota is a great agricultural state and the agricultural interests should receive fair treatment, but ... , . , . I everything is now subordinated to the ! . *. " , , ,, . winning of the war in which we are engaged aud in the election of men ,. , who will uphold the administration in . , ! the prosecution of the war. Then again, 1 . A1 _ „ 3 I I to c i. W. W. AND i mention The according to the Nonpartisan papers, when we became involved in the war, Governor Frazier did not support the administration in the prosecution of the war. The Courier-News of Fargo, X\ D„ published speeches of Mr. Townley and Governor Frazier In which it is re ported that Governor Srazier said : It requires no patriotism to buy a Liberty boud. Buying bonds are all right, but there is a better way. Conscript the rich man's money." MR. TOWNLEY SPOKE ALONG THE SAME LINE AND AS I UNDER. STAND, THIS IS A POSITION OF THE PACIFIST, THE I, THE SOCIALIST. Courier-News because it is a Nonpurti san paper and of course, would not misrepresent either Mr. Townley or Governor Frasier. If the people had taken the aame position as these, we would be unable to raise the money necesaary to win the war. Fortunately, however, the people of this country and the people of North Dakota, did not und do not agree with either Mr. Town ley JTr Governor Frasier on the prose cution of this war. and it is much safer to elect men who have been with the administration all the way aloug the line. It seems to me that the one question that a good citiseu need ask himself Is. "Is Mr. Doyle qualified. Is he honest and sincere and will he make a good governor if he la elected?" to represent you in the State Senate at Boise far the next tYvo year«. It Yvould take a great deal of time for me to see you per sonally, and a good deal of your time, and at a time like this Yvhen we need all our SENATOR JOHN F. NUGENT Is at his post of duty, toiling night and day on the most important committee of the U. S. Senate which is framing the revenue bill that is to provide the sinews of war for a victorious army of 'four million Americans. With unshaken confidence in the intelligence and patriotism of his fellow citizens he has utterly ig nored the shameless campaign waged against him. By* his devotion to duty; By his unwavering sup port of President Wilson; by his blameless reeord as a splendid self-sacrificing citizen; hy his achieve ments as a senator he has earned your support. The President wants him! Idaho Needs him! (Advertisement) Vote for - BURTON L. FRENCH ' - Votefor Candidate for Congress. He delivers the goods. poYver at work Yvitli our different lines of business, I transmit this message to you through the papers of Custer county. I*have lived among you for a goo by number of years and if you feel that you can support me for this office, your Y*ote yy* 111 be appreiated. adv. i. R. WILSON TOM WIE IS TWnp YOU To the people of Custer coun ty: You possiblv have seen my r * j ,-iii name on the ad\*ertised bal f or Sheriff' of CllSter COU 11 ty, if not, you Yvill see it on the ballot Yvhen you go to the polls on election day. I feel that no man has the right to spend his time mak ing a house to house cam paign expending my time as well as yours YY'lien our 'man poYY*er' is so much needed on our farms and about our business. I have lived in Custer county twenty-two years. Would like to fill the office of sheriff', and Yvould appre ciate your support, adv. TOM I VIE A vote for Gooding and Davis is a vote against the Nonparti san League. D. W. DAVIS. 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