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TWF NF7PERCE HERALD
THE NE2PERCE HERALD
fcutered at the Xezperce, Idaho, Post
office as Second Ciaaa Mail Matter.

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Idaho, Washington Oregon. Mon
tana and California, comprising
the division have gone into action
is disclosed in an indirect way
thru a letter and an article ap
pearmg in the Portland Oregon
ian, no official announcement
having been made by the war de
partment.
The Portland Oregonian article
appearing a few days ago an
nounced that a cablegram had
been received announcing the
wounding of a captain in the
Ninety-first. .
The reports point out that the
engagement of the division was
on the Valenciennes front and this
would indicate the boys are bri
gaded vvith the British. It was
in that offensive that Douai and
other cities fell. There has since
been heavy fighting in this sector
and it is in that zone that the
great naval guns of the Yankees
are now employed.
Thursday, October 31, 1918.
W. P. Conger & P. W. Mitctell
Editors and Owners
91ST FIGHTING
AT VALENCIENNES.
Division With Many Lewis Coun
ty Boys In Big Drive.—
Letter from Wm.
Booth.
Among the Lewis county boys
in the Ninety-first division are
Wm. and John Booth, John Nlan
they, Je»s Robertson, Day Lin
der, Lew Drake. Vonler JMiller,
Allen M«Cready. Wilson T. Her
ren, ail N'ezperee boys, or former
ly of this place.
A letter received here from Al
len 14eCready, «later Sept. 15, said
that by the time the letter reach
ed its destination he would have
been on the battle line and back
again.
Wm Booth Says Close to Front
Sept 21, At the Fro
imagine a "feller" picking black
i*er eie» at the front, would youf
en here several days,
s go rambling around
K»ds. among old shell
rees of a by -
pretty fine
a cup full ynger
France
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dragging down on vour shoulders
^iug down £gh«uts
for tliuuer today.
1 l got a eard from Ralph Jones
vesterday. Both h** and i Veil are
in France. Gosh, it seems as tho
«II the •fellers" are here now.
All they need to do is turn us loose
'a little while and we'll finish up
the job pronto.
I looked out thru binocular^on
to no man's land and the German
lines yesterday for the first time.
They were too far away to tell
The odor of doughnuts ascends
uiy nostrils. Say, Edison ought
to invent a gas that would smell
like saner kraut or cabbage cook
ting and at the same time effect
specdv and painless demise,
The tier mans wem Id soon be ex
j , with a sensation
pleasu ^' his last meuH>rv . Ret
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much about, tho.
The -Moscow Star-.Mirror says
editorially:
Some weeks ago the republican
state convention endorsed the rce
ord in congress of Burton L.
Freuch and recently -Mr. French
has been nominated as a candi
date before the state primaries
hebj on September 3. lie has no
opposition within the republican
party.
The question is pertinent,
"what kind of congressman »lues
Idaho want t" There are two
kin,Is of men w ho often succeed in
being re-elected to office. The
ouc kind is the man who is the stu
dent, who is industrious, who is
»lesp»'ratelv in earnest and who
"k.^ps on the job." Not a great
deal iVheard of this man from day
to .lav and vet in his quiet way be
gets 'results* and he leaves an in
delible stamp on the work that he
does that brands it as well »loae,
The other kind is the blusterer and
bluffer, the man who neglects
his work that he may exploit him
self and keep in the limelight.
He makes believe he is doing and
going to do tremendous things,
but wi • - k baek ov •
What Kind of Congressman Does
Idaho Want?
record, it is one of promise* un
fulfilled. it is empty.
Mr. French belongs distinctively
to the former type,
and agreeable enough to
touch with his colleague»
I earnest and straightforward
•aougb to have their confidence
k leading member of the house
that th,
nd r.ucee»* in
w luctubers
what 1 m
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ountry in the war eri
should be
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is re -elect io,
f the Pr«
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Stores Must Close at 6:00.
All .tores and other places of
business in Idaho must be closed
at ti oVloek each evening under
orders of the state health board
i<qecivcd last night bv County
Health Officer I>r. K. Taylor.
only exception to the rule is the
prescription department of drug
stores and only prescriptions can
be handled by the drug stores af
ter 6 o'clock in the evening.
The order is effective from Oct.
29. This means-the usual Satur
day evening trading will be elim
dialed, that cigar stores, candy
and ice cream parlors and all oth
er lines of business must close
promptly at 6 o'clock. The or
tier will remain effective until an
improvement in the influenza sit
nation warrants the raising of the
embargo,
Putting It Over Fritz.
New Y'ork, Oet. 25.—Has shells
prepared in America are more
deadly than any made in Germany
and their fumes can penetrate
even the most modern gas masks.
Major 11. W. Duffy, of the British
American gas service, declared
here tonight in a lecture before
t h e societv of chemical industry,
Major Duffy said he bad ob
serV ed hundreds of Germans, ail
ot w hom wore masks of the latest
Herman design, kille»! by Ameri
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, Ma'-sha General » row.
der on th-L 29 called upon Idaho
*° fur ' mh 281 mwi to entr ? ,n ,l " r '
*»* . th - No
v l f mber , 11 ., for 1 *"**'. Lewu
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''7*^ r ^| ved T
Alexander and transmitted to the
adjutant geue-al s department \
^ al ! fo / t^e colored men to en
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Ha>> a ..**'' r, '*
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f< » r * ,u ' u,h
12th federal i
exceeded Hs quota of $4 4K! r
OnujMH) ii the fourth Libertv
,r«iing to figures eom
can gas.
Call for 281 from Idaho.
Pacific District Oversubscribes
. — The
list riet
Francisco,
Oct. -J
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piled up
officials.
t rief 's ,j
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Sincere Gratitude
William Bell, l»guii»
rite» "i deem it my
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How to Send Christmas Parcels to
Soldiers Abroad.
The War Department is desir
ons that each man serving in the
American Kxpeditionary Forces
in Europe shall receive a renient
The^hranee from home at Vhris. mas
tune, ami ail vises that because, of
transportation and distribution
,lifi,«lties but one pareel »1 statt
dard size and weight can he sent
to each. To this end arrangements
have been made with the War De-!
partaient whereby Christmas par
eels may be mailed to member of'
the American Expeditionary Forc
t s in Europe umler the following
conditions:
arv Forces in Europe w
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1 Each soldier or other mem
ber of "the American Expedition
ill be al
lowed to receive one Christmas
parcel for which purpose he will
be furnished, through Armv chan
nets, a •Christmas Parcel Label")
hearing the correct name and ad
dress of the soldier or member
and also the name of the person
designated to mail the pareel. The
labels will be prepared to serve as
address labels for the parcels. The
each soldier or
label furnished
other member of the American Ex
peditionary Forces will be sent b>
him to the person who is to mail
the Christmas pareel. No Christ-)
parcel for members of the
Expeditionary Foree* in Europe
will Ik* accepted for transmission
without such a label.
2, All Christmas parrels must
be of a standard size, 3 inches
4 inches by 9 inches and shall not
exceed 3 pounds in weight for
hieh purpose cartons of the size
distributed
nas
prescribed will be
through the local Bed Cross Chap
ter* throughout the country,
person will l>e furnished a carton
except upon presentation of a
"Christmas Pareel I-a be I receiv
ed from abroad.
3 The parcels must contain no,
prohibited or unmailable articles
Perishable foml products are not
is-rwiitted. -
No:
After the cartons have been 1
4.
who receive!
they shall lie returned to a
ltd » Voss reeeiving station where
inspectors appointed by the Kd I
Cross will carefully exai
parce) and supervise its »rappmi
and the affixing of the "»Tirisf
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that the parcels conform to the
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Hoboken, .New Jersey.
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Parcels so addressed will be
changeable w ith postage at the
fourth-class or parcel post zone
rate applicable between the office
"here mailed and Hoboken, New
Jersey, to be pre|iaid by stamps
affixed
ti. Parcels may bear inserip
'»uns such as "Please do not open
uptil Christmas," "Merry Christ
mas, ' Happy New 1 ear,
"With Best Wishes" and the like
T. I» order to assure the arri
val of Christmas parcels abroad
and the delivery to the addresses
hy Christmas all such parcels must
be mailed on or before November
20, 1918. _
The foregoing doe., not in any
way change the iustrwetions here
tofore isaued regarding the aeeej».
tance of parcels up to Ï pounds in
[Weight for member* of the Ameri-jthe
can Expeditionary Forces in Eu
by'rope which contain articles sent
in response to the written request
<>f a member approved by his regi
mental eommaiider or other of
fleer authorize,! to approve such
requests,
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Businea* Opportunity
Go in business fur yourself, in
jibe l»st territory in Idaho, in an
obi established business, selling
e Itawleigh line of household
id stock prépara» i'Mis to the eon
su mer. Backe,! by a four-millioi
dollar concern. No competition
ira l td, in class IA
J my Rawb-igh bti
Beats a quarter sect«
On Iv
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Ualp». J Trij
giving age.
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Relief Promised Kezperce
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Big Shipment Prairie Cattle to
Chicago.
A special from Cotton wood to
the Lewiston Tribune yesterday
says :
As the result of claim» that
western markets are enforcing an
arbitrary low price on beef cat
tle. twenty-nine earload» of cat
tie will be »hipped from Cotton
wood Saturday by a well-known
group of Idaho county stockmen
direct to Chicago. The men to
make the shipment are Seth Jones,
Frank Wyatt, Enoch Christensen
and James Aram. The «lock is
now being driven to Cottonwood.
The western packer» have fix*
ed prier» five cents below the Fib
cago market, while it is possible
to pay transportation and feed
the cattle en route to Chicago for
a price not exceeding 2 to
cents. So long us this discrimina,
turn continues in the »est, it i*
the purpose of the Idaho county
grower* to continue eastern shi|n
.ment»,
} Yesterday
market good 1,200 pound steers
brought only seven cent* and goml
cows six cents.
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«II the i'tiitouwou«i
Can Eat and Sleep in Comfort
If troubled with indigestion or
sleeplessness,vou should read what
Agues Turner. Chicago, 111.,
ha« to say : "Overwork, irregular
meals am) carelessness regarding
ordinary rules of health, grad
: ua)|y undermiiied it until last fall
i j heeame a wreck of my former
st .)f | suffered »'row continual
headache, was unable to digest my
f, MM | a which seemed to lay as a
weight on ray stomach
was very constipated and my com
plexion became «Jark, y el to awnd
muddy as 1 felt. Sleeplessness was
added to my misery, and I would
awake a* tired as when I went to
sleep. I heard of Chamberlain '»
Tablets and found such relief af
ter taking them that I kept up the
.{treatment for nearly two months
cleansed my stomach, in
y system, and since
, that lime I can eat and sleep in
{comfort I am Unlay entirely
The;
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ge ville Electric light
«111 pay 9
arrest and conviction of
mi or pen
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