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THE NEZPERCE HERALD
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Circulation, 1,400
Subscription, $1.50
Vol. 21. No. 22
NEZPEÎRCE, IDAHO, THURSDAY OCTOBER 31, 1918
Official Paper Lewis County
The HOME FURNISHERS
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9 ^ Records: 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
lyP Victor and Columbia owners take
\ notice. A special double disc PA7 HE RECORD will
4 ^, > be sold for 25 cents to introduce the PATHE REC ORDS
in Nezpcrce.
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Come in and hear the Latest records, and let us fhowyou why the Pathephone
is the world's greatest phonograph.
We will gladlv send one to your heme and let you enjoy it a few days without
obli ution on your part. If you ate going to have a party or entertain some friends
phone us and we will send one up. SOLD ON EASY TERMS
$110
$175
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AND SAVE MONEV
INFLUENZA CLAIMS FOUR
MORE AT NEZPERCE
Twelve in Town and Three from
Country Taken In Scourge's
Sweep Through
Community.
\\ iiimtn ia>> g died at 2 «•• p. in
lurdal , Oei 2«.
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Elmer T.
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Sehob-r died
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, when- lb«* funeral was
dueled and interment made.
1
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lie had been a resident of
Neteperee something over five!**
of the Joeal
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f the Orangeville )■
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soy friends, ami «
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The Plague Subside®,
The present outlook fn Nezperce
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57 patients
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durtng the past three
this influenza epidelliie,
« ill to- cleared !
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w hielt held as many as
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the eo
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bid fair to mipr<
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More Men for Army.
The department Inj.s issued a
general order for the entrainment
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tary eanlonements during X'oveni
, 1Wlbe gll(l tbile the
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entrainment have
>et been givyn out, except
at.-.
for sllel
Dot
th. i of Nov. 11. when Idaho is to
a ":
that lew is county will
Ilo aupplt i$ men dur
i months. Jus)
any of tb«*«* wilt g» in on
tv. II all has not Iteen re
2s I. it
officially
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be delivered In
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p re p«f i
within
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this (Thursday
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TURKEY DROPS OUT.
A «ar bulletin dated 1-oiidun
morning and re
a. ta. says :
to arinis
The armistice referred to
i* that proposed by the Allied
eouferenee now
being held in
Paris to consider terms to lie suh
•«Ried at the request of Turkey,
Austria and Hungary. Evident
|y the Turk, like the Bulgar, is
out u j it. and. this is another big
step tow ard the stopping of the
world horror.
letter adviees—Bulletins re
12 ;.t0 to-dav (Thurs
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l-ondo
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BISHOP GORMAN IN
STRONG APPEAL.
Through Rev, Rompe Asks All to
Respond Liberally to Unit
ed War Work Fund.
The following letter from Right
Reverend Daniel X. Gorman, Bish
„»» ,,f Boise, to Rev. Father A. W.
Rompe of the local latholic
ehureh, should l>e read aud favor
«hiv acted upon bv all people :
Bishop's lioime, Boise, Get. 22.
Reverend and Dear Father;
During the we«
Iter
11th the I'nited War Work eatn
w ill 1«- conducted in the in
f So
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terest ol
P -
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1 by the War Department
ommissioii on Training I'amp Ar
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a way we are Mi
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