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The Nezperce herald. (Nezperce, Idaho) 1900-1957, January 02, 1919, Image 6

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Inventory Week
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We will have something interesting
in the way of a REMNANT SALE for
you next week
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SOLDIER NOT OF WAR,
BUT OF THE CROSS.
Rev. T H. Fertig Writes Interest
The many warm frie mis made
bv Rev. and .Mrs. T. II. Fertig dur
in* their fruitful sojourn in this
field will read with pleasure and
profit the following from the pen
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hoi inis veteran, seholanv aiui
bma.lnc d.d minister: '
St John. Wash,. Dee. 28, IÎUS
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Dear Friend l onger: hor a
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long time I have been intending
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to write to you not exaetly tor
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I publication and yet you have mv
permit to make any use that von
please of this epistle. *
, Mrs. Fertig is spending a few
daws in Spokane so after getting
mv morning work .lone I went to
th. ot tiee and among other things
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Hus number eo,.tains mneh news
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Daseom Billup s home. om..iu.
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April I;>1< . As I eame to the
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door o! the ojiera house that even -1
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m*. senator 1*. \V. Mifehell, ask
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ett me whether 1 would make a
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short address that evening, that
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no time forrefleetion, but mv sou!
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was awake to the eonditions
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in* our eountrv. As I spoke tor
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I a few moments I found it neees-j
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(';"■> r,! Wi, y with the an
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J fmum had eonduet^l th**
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ah Ufore and Mr Wilson had
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I that he would keep us out of war.
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and I was greatly m doubt as o.
how much war talk they would
reee.v.-; but I am glad to say that
he people followed me with pa -
trudle /-.d. Less than thm
a tanner s meeting wn. of lb.
when a man made an ultra pan- ;
|f.M address and I felt it my dut>
to answer him at once, and again i
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I was much in doubt as to whet a- i
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1er the people would follow we in 1
advocating the cause of the pres i
nient in his going into the fight
but again th#» jNPopl#* followed \
with 11 warm npirit of
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( mention these two events to
how how the inmrM peotd.
woke to dut V in giving their son»
iusjly of War Impressions
and His Own Work.
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( county has willingly given her
I soils for the defense of lietuoersev
i that I Imv# Jived thru
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( peopl
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J would like to he
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the spirit
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pence will soon be immifesl to
*on.l degree.
I have been intending to weite
telling win I did not remain long
m ivuteal Oregon, but will not
take the time. I would like to
speak of our little village and the
good people and their fine treat
mnet of us but will say but lit
tie. i am the only pastor in the
I>1««?«'- Two of the ehurehes have
"'''''•'"'•d und I think all tutend
\\\ «*>-"l*rate tu eomn.nnitv
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tomber H «ml held throe Sunday
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s " ,v f !UU ' hav f *' ,uS . e ' 1 e t v '
'' r " *' hofU "* to
avoid the flu but it eume some
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what late. .Mrs. r eilig and mv
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seit gave al o our time to the
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rare of the sick lor a number ol
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.'** s *'o mus «i wmii m i
h " ou . aU a ' d,r ' fer f» t ' ila '
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■ f the (laiitul . aU , blU there
b , J lu ,„ ils
.... tin. vouiiger pa.U.rs
mu go on aeeonnt of my age and
h , lhat , ww ti ll
wherever I eau so ... io I.I >er
vie, in the age in whi-h I live
I still entertain hope that I
Ue will b.. .We to ZtXl ..
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him and thus aid IB starting him
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and netter enjm his tellowstnp
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tor a mim tier or -years,
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«e ha»l inst started in the work
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ot grading our Suiulav sehool and
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the people were greatly intereste,
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w hen we were eompelled to etoM
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doors. I have gbidlv done what 1
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eonl.l ut the enre of the sieg. I
Iu „ v hav , , ,..„.„..1 . lt , h ..
!. iiria l „f ,h..se « bo have been e«lb
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MJ [fdlll Un, VV ill F ''till nojUfitf
a ,. halM< to , lo sor . u . ^ u k
.h,> ... year. I eaimot
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tell any difference in mv people
. hrthr ; thev ar .. m e»beni of the
Mefllwliltt Kpiseopal ehureh or an
oth( . r ^ , h(lt *, , iv .
h(> te „ whHh< . r wr ^ „
im.n.rsio,. one
hotlmt | v r«^| our lives to
, . hr|fct ia hmmkU for ,„ u(
, prl , iWlilllf rhrialmi. eHuenabip
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Is the great need of the age
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WIFEY DIDN'T GET MESSAGE
Caret*«« Uar of Automatic Tolophona
Wit) Ukoly Hava to Do Soma
Explaining.
Miss Alma Silkier, 220 Hast Elev
enth street, has been apeeulaung for
several days on the grim [»ossibilities
which might result from an experi
ence which she had.
Miss Sickler has the automatic
telephone. * The only disadvantage
so far discovered in the automatic
telephone is that the fellow who calls
is not certain he is getting tint cor
rect number. He dues not reason that.
even though he calls his own num
ber all human beings are fallible.
His finger might slip; he might,
with weighty matters in his subcon
scious mind, absently dial '.iw wrong
number—-or forget one of the figures
—or leave out one—alas; it has lisje
pened.
The insistently recurring, sharp
ring of the automatic summoned
Miss Slider. A masculine voice, a
strange voue, spoke hurriedly over
the wire, almost before »he could
say, "hello." The voice, for to Miss
Sicklcr it was only a voice, »aid:
"Hello. 1 »han't be Imme to din
ner tonight, darling, I'm detained
downtown and will be at I tie otfiee
" and tits*
until about nine o'clock
receiver clicked before »he could re
cover from the »bock and disiliuaioa
the owner of the voice.—Indianapo
lis New».
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houar had capacity for fire hun
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