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CITY MEAT
MARKET
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Fresn and 6 : i eil meats
Bakery Good^Rsh and oysters In Season
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND
CAREFULLY FILLED
Highest market price paid for hides and sheep pelts
J, D, GARLAND, Chains, Idaho
ITEMS ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW
Those wishing to have meats
cured shonld place their order
with the City Meat Market no
later than the first of November.
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Want to Lease: A ranch i.o
les9 than 160 acres. More pre
ferred- Address J. D. Hons
Salmon, Idaho- 2 t ad v
We want sales représentatif.'
in every town in Id- ho, Wo pc
fermen who hav - .hi 1 i.. i
su ranee, real tuta!'*, books, or
who have had nos"les expermne^
but would like to develop !i, » ..
salesmen We train every v\v ii
cant accepted and provide a sys
tem that will enable anyone who
works to make from $70.00 to
$150-00 per week Oan'ai-o io
women of exceptional ability P,>
sition permanent In apn'vib-r
state age past business experi
once, number of years jou have
lived in cominut ity, suv r.-fer
euces- Address in confidviu-o.
kane mfg. t o., iG2(5 27 l. <
Smith Bldg-, Seattle, Wash. 8t
^Wanted: 15Ü head of cattle to
winter. Terms upon application.
Writeorcall on Dave Tewalt,
Ohallis, Idaho.
J09 Nowacki a Mackay boy
who has quite a large circle of
friends here, is reported Berious-,
ly wounded in France, and is
Paralized from his hips down.
John Lehman, a Lost river
boy who is in the trenches ln
France, writes relatives here
that he has been wounded in the
loot
Lëe Baxter, oDe of our Challis
boys who helped to lick kaiser
bill has written his folks here to
the effect that he had bean woun
ied in the leg and that that mem
her had been amputated below
the knee His many friends here
* r e deeply grieved to learn of
his misfortune
Tom McKinney writes home
from France that he has been,
wounded and is at a base hospit
»1. He speaks very highly 0 f
the treatment accorded him.
T , T ,. , _
John Kirk a ChalPs boy, who
numbers his friends by his ac
quaintances, is reported as woun
ded in tbe arm and hand.
Mrs. Florence Wilson was ov
er from Pahsautaroi Monday.
Peter McKinney, of Salmon,
after goiug into quarantine for
four days, transacted business
here the fore part of the w e#k>
Sam Atkinson wag over from
Pahsamaroi the fore part of the,
week.
Lewis Frost was hero from
Clayton the latter part of last
week.
Floyd Carpenter returned to
Challis the latter par« of last
week- He was quarantined for
four deys at the quarantine sta
tion.
Allan Williams returned from
Idaho Falls last week. He went
threugh quarantine before com
into town.
Mrg. M. A. Dillingham and
children who have been 'Flu'
■ufferers at Salmon are almost
^opletely over the disease and
will return home in the course of
• touplO Of weeks
D. B- Drake has received word
f r om his folks who are in Ca.li
fo nia to the effe t that th<
b ot tin* 'Fin' v. 'th the
littiB Dorutu.v ,vh
lie disease.
had
ex -meion
u up M
Word fro ii Mrs- D. M- Dip t
w ho is at. Sali 1 -aka b, - Ull ,, j
oct that Mr. Burnett, who re
cently underwent an operation,
issu much improved in health
j h t they will r. turn home soon
M A- Brown has been on the
j -i; k list th<- past week.
Frana Hudlow is decorating
;ihtei iur of the Harry Waters!
; new ranch house which has been
in course of construction for
so ne time. !
Andrew Gini was down from j
Olayton tint fore part of the
week.
•h 1 k Nesbitt and Lieutenant
Ci,ui imus were here a short
i ime the latter part of last week
i Sheriff Macbeth of Butte cotin
' ty. was here a short time Tues
,day afternoon, serving an in
junction on our quarantine offi
jeers, restraining them from in
i^ er ^ e * a S w * tb or stopping C- V.
Kam-on from entering the quar
tine -
Harry Holden ot Idaho Falls,
was in conference with a com
u,ittee o£ Chal,is citiz * n8 Thu ™
day afternoon- He has been em
od ns counsel by the local
boalu °* health
Commissioner Hansen came up
as far as tlie Harry Waters ranch
this morning- Mr- Hansen stat
ed that he wa not intending to
come into town and that a quer
antiBo / iU be established at
MackaJ '
Clay Vance a representative of
the department of justice was al
lowed to enter town this morning
U P° Q permission of the local
baardo ^ health. Mr, \ an ce s
official dut y wa * t0 be P resGnt afc
tbe canvass of the vote which is
t lki °8 P lace toda Y and had uoth '
ins whatever to do with the quar
h
antine.
We are fortunate in having an
established quarantine for wo b ■
lieve that it alone is responsib'e
for no "Flu''cases in this dis
trict.
1
a
- 'Us
We can turn out any
thing in the printing
line that you need, at
a price as low as any
one, quality, material
and workmanship con
sidered. Come in and
see us before placing
your order elsewhere.
IF YOU NEED
Letterheads Cards
Invitations Folders
Statements Circulars |
Envelopes Billheads
•r anything else in the print*
line, come in and see us.
PROCEEDINGS OP
COMMISSIONERS
Office of the Board of County
Cotnmissionerfc, Custer County,
Idaho, Challis, November 4th
1918.
tj
"ui suant to law, the Boaid of
County Commissioners convened
as a Board of Equalization for
tlie purpose of equalizing toe
property entered on the Person
al Properly Roll for the year,
1918.
Present; C- L. Kirtley, chair
man; W. T Oster, Commission
er; E- J. Michael, clerk; F- R.
Dearden, deputy assessor.
W hereupon the board proceed
ed to the examination of the per
sonal property roll for the year
1918.
And now having completed
said roll and having made no
changes thereon, it was ordered
hat said r .11 stand as the record
of personal-property luxes.
Ami now having finished its
wo'k a^ a Boai d of Equalization,
o>i n ation adjourm-d,
r .
C- L. Kirtley, chairtn, n
E. .). Mi haul, c e k.
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CC T55> _ __ •! >
Capt. Wallace,
U. S. A., was a vic
tim of sinister forces
that sought to betray
America to the enemy. But
he "came back." On the
battlefields of France he
fought for the honor of the
army that had discarded
him. He lived tc win vin
dication and the hand of
the "daughter cf the regi
ment" who had never
doubted him.
ride
ikT f T»TlTrTT»VT»yf^
iattle
Victor Rousseau's
romance of the Ameri
can army in France,
which we will print in serial
form, is a gripping story in
which intrigue, love and
war all play a part. It is
the first up-to-the-minute
novel cf America at war.
It's Coming Soon
Watch For It
LATEST WORD ON SUBJECT.
Epidemic Probably Not Spanish in
Origin—Germ Still Unknown—Peo
ple Should Guard Against "Droplet
Infection"—Surgeon General Blue
Makes Authoritative Statement
Washington, D. C.—(Special.)—Al
though King Alfonso of Spain was
one of the victims of the influenza epi
demic in 1S93 and again -tills summer,
Spanish authorities repudiate any
claim to influenza as a "Spanish" dis
ease. If the people of this country do
not take care the epidemic will be
come so widespread throughout Uie
United Stales that soon we shall hear
the disease called "American" lnflu
enza.
In response to a request for definite
information concerning Spanish influ
enza, Surgeon General Rupert Blue of
(he U. S. Public Health Service has
authorized the following official Inter
view:
What la Spanish Influenza? la it
aomething new? Does it come from
Spain?
"Thé disease now occurring ln this
country nnd called 'Spanish Influen
za' resembles a very contagious kind
of 'cold,' accompanied by fever, pains
In the head, eyes, ears, back or other
paris of the body and a feeling of se
vere sickness. In most of the cases the
symptoms disappear after three or four
days, the patient then rapidly recover
ing. .Some of the patients, however,
develop pneumouia, or Inflammation
of the ear, or meningitis, and many of
these complicated cases die. Whether
this so-called 'Spanish' Influenzn is
Identical with the epidemics of Influen
za of earlier years Is not yet known,
that Id this disease the Dumber of
white corpuscles shows little or no In
crease above the normal. It Is possi
ble that the laboratory Investigations
now being made through the National
Research Council and the United
Slates Hygienic Laboratory will fur
nish a more certain way in which lndl
vldual cases of this disease can bo
recognized."
.
lasts from
generally been low, In some places the
outbreak has been severe and deaths
have been numerous. When death oc
curs It is usually the result of a com
plication."
What causes the disease and how Is
What is the course of the disease?
Do people die of it?
"OrdlnnrUy, the fever
three to four dnys and the patient re
covers. But whlfa the proportion of
deaths In the present epidemic lias
It spread?
''Bacteriologists who have studied In
fluenza epidemics In the past have
found In many of the cases a very
Small rod-shaped germ called, after Its
discoverer, Pfeiffer's bacillus. In other
cases of apparently the same kind of
disease there were found pneumococci,
the germs of lobar pneumonia. Still
others have been caused by strepto
cocci, and by others germs with long
names.
"No matter what particular kind of
germ causes the epidemic, It Is now
believed that Influenza Is always
spread from person to person, the
germs being carried with the air along
with the very small droplets of mucus,
expelled by coughing or sneezing.
forceful talking, and the like by one
who already has the germs of the dls
ease. They may also be carried about
In the air In the form of dust coming
from dried mucus, from coughing and
sneezing, or from cnreless people who
spit on the floor and on the sidewalk.
As In mast other catching diseases, a
Person who has only a mild attack of
the disease himself may give a very
severe attack to others."
What should be done by those who
catch the disease?
"It Is very Important that every per
son who becomes sick with influenza
should go home at once and go to bed.
This will help keep away dangerous
complications and will, at the same
time, keep the patient from scattering
the disease far and wide. It Is highly
desirable that no one be allowed to
sleep In tlie same room with the pa
tient In fact, no one but the nurse
should be allowed in the room.
"If there is cough and sputum or
running of the eyes and nose, care
should be taken that all such dis
charges are collected on bits of gauze
o- rag or paper napkins nnd burned.
If the patient complains of fever and
headache, he should he given water to
drink, a cold compress to the forehead
and a light sponge. Only such medi
cine should he given as Is prescribed
by the doctor. It is foolish to ask the
druggist to prescribe and may be dan
gerous to take the so-called 'safe, sure
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THE PASTIME
M. F. BLACK, Proprietor
Soft drinks, cigars, candies,
* tobacco.
Pool and card games
Courteous T reatment
CHALLIS.
IDAHO
a s
Where your $ has more sense
Binding Twine
Barbed Wir«
Hudlow & Baxter
Where your $ has more sense
DENTISTRY
Now Is the time to have your teeth scaled and
polished and examined before trouble begins
DR. H. H. DICKINSON,
CHALLIS IDAHO, Millick Building
and fiàm,îess r fëmeuîe» advertised by
patent medicine manufacturers.
''If the patient Is so situated that he
can be attended only by some one wbo
must also look after others in the fam
ily, It U advisable Hint such attendant
wear a wrapper, apron or gown over
the ordinary house clotlus while in the
sick room and slip this olT when leav
ing to look after the others.
''Nurses and attendants will do well
to guard against breathing in danger
ous disease germs by wearing a simple
0 , gauze or mag |{ vvhlle near the
patient."
Will a person who has had influenza
before catch the disease again?
"It Is well known that an attack of
measles or scarlet fever or smallpox
usually protects a person against an
other attack of the same disease. Till
nppcnrs not t0 be true of ' Spanish ,n
fluenza.' According to newspaper rt
ports the King of Spain suffered an
attack of Influenza during the epi
demic thirty yenrs ago, and was again
stricken during the recent outbreak in
Spain."
How can one guard against Influ
enza?
"In guarding ngalnst disease of all
kinds, It Is Important that (he body he
kept strong nnd able to fight of? di>
ease germs. This can be done by hav
lng a proper proportion of work, pl:n
nnd rest, by keeping the body well
clothed, nnd by eating sufficient whop
some and properly selected food. In
connection with diet. It Is well to re
member that milk is one of tlie best
all-around foods obtainable for adults
as well as chlldreu. So far as a dis
ease like Influenza Is concerned, health
authorities everywhere recognize tlie
very dose relation between Its spread
niftl overcrowded homes. While It is
not always possible, especially In
times like the present, to. avoid, stub
overcrowding, people should consider
the health danger and make every
effort to reduce the home overcrowd
ing to a minimum. The value of fresh
nir through open windows cannot be
over emphasized.
"When crowding Is unavoidable, as
In street cars, care should be taken to
keep the face so turned as not to In
hale directly tlie air breathed out by
another person.
"It Is especially Important to be
ware of tlie person who coughs or
sneezes without covering his mouili
nnd nose. It nlso follows that one
should keep out of crowds and stuffy
places as 'much as possible, keep
homes, offices and workshops well
aired, spend some time out of' doors
each day, walk to work If at all prac
ticable—in short, make every possible
effort to breathe as much pure ulr as
possible.
"In all health matters follow the ad
vice of your doctor nnd obey tlie regu
lations of your local and slate health
officers."
"Cover up each cough and sneeze,
If you don't you'll spread disease." .
Fortunate are the chfidrea
who grow up in homes when
good music is counted among
the necessitiesof life and finds
its expression through an in*
strument so sympathetic and
responsive as the
» a. 1 %! n * m
A JDXSSS)
Glenn Bros.-Roberts Piano
Salt Lake and Ogden, Utak
vV Ward Adamson
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Practices in all Courts
Office and residence connected
with all phones.
CHALLIS, — o—
IDAHO
DR. KIRTLEY
CHALLIS, IDAHO.
Office—Adamson Building.
DR. R. W. PHILPS
DENTIST.
OFFICE nODHS:
9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M.
CHALLIS, (DeWitt Bldg.) • IDAHO.
CLARK & QRODHEAD
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Practices in all Courts
Both State and Federal
MACKAY, IDAHO.
Milton A. Brown
MINING LAWYER
Attorney-At-Law,
Practices in all Court A
Challis, : : la j
Dr. J. W. Lynn Dr. John H. Lyas
LYNN BROS. HOSPITAL
Montpelier and Paris
Specialty— Ear, Eye, Note, Threat
and Surgery
Phone 12
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.MjPo Business
Man
* W/HY not make your
W appeal for patron*
age through the columns
of this newspaper? With
every issue it carries its
message into the homes of
all the best people of this
community. Don't blame
the people for flockig to
the store of your compcö*
tor. Tell them what you
have to sell and if your
prices are right you can
get the business.

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