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r A New Spirit of Goad Will r\ They are telling it to their fathers and mothers, their worshipping small brothers, their sisters, their sweet hearts and their friends. It is the central figure in many a stirring story told about the family fire-place. To many a white-haired American mother it means something more, as it goes by, than just a mofcor car. She links it, somehow, with what her own boy did, with what America did, and with what America stands for. Dodge Brothers are proud that theirs was the one car of its type and class chosen by the War Department. They are prouder still that it has been taken into the hearts and homes of the American people. The old folks, and the little folks who don't forget, are spreading a leaven of good will which will endure for years to come. Dodge Brothers cherish this new spirit of good will which has come out of the world war as their most valued possession. Thanks to the opportunity given it by the War Department at home and abroad, a new spirit of good will has grown up around Dodge Brothers Motor Car. Wherever soldiers meet, this car is spoken of in terms of admiration and even affection. Soldiers grow to love the tools and weapons and implements that serve them. They admire especially the inani mate thing that shows grit and en durance in a tight place. That is American—and that is the American soldier in particular—and that is the sort of glory being woven around Dodge Brothers Motor Car. There will always be associated with it the remembrance""of the work it did in the world war in army service on both sides of the ocean., Thousands of American soldiers are coming back now from the camps in America and the battle-front in France, telling how well that work was done. The gasoline consumption Is unusually low Ttaa tire mileage is unusually high CURTIS J. MILLER Nezperce, Idaho n J DJ Y MUST INCREASE FOOD EXPORTS America Called on by End of War to Supply Added Millions. ECONOMY STILL NEEDED. Over Three Times Pre-War Shipments Required—Situation In Wheat and Fate Proves Government's Policy Sound. With the guns in Europe silenced, j we have now to consider a new world ; food situation. But there can be no I hope that the volume of our exports I can be lightened to the slightest de I gree with the cessation of hostilities. I Millions of people liberated from the I Prussian yoke are now depending I upon us for the food which will keep I them from starvation. i Wlth food the United States made It possible for the forces of democ racy to hold out to victory. To Insure democracy In the world, we must con tinue to live simply in order that we may supply these liberated nations of Europe with food. Hunger among a people inevitably breeds anarchy. American food must complete the work of making the world safe for demoe j racy. Last year we sent 11,820,000 tons of food to Europe. For the present year, with only the European Allies to feed, w* had originally pledged ourselves to a program that would have increased our exports to 17,500,000 tons. Now, to feed the liberated nations, we will fcave to export a total of not less than 80,000,000 toas—practically the limit of loading capacity at our ports. Re viewing the world food situation, we find that some foods will be obtainable In quantities sufficient to meet all world needs under a regime of eco nomical consumption. On the other band, there will be marked world shortages in some important commodi ty Return to Normal Bread Loaf. With the enlarged wheat crops jFWtt American farmers have grown, Jpnd the supplies of Australia, the Ap afcentlne and other markets now accès to snipping, tnere are nreau grains enough to enable the nations to return to their normal wheat loaf, provided we continue to mill flour at a high percentage of extraction and maintain economy In eating and the avoidance of waste. In fats there will be a heavy short age— about 3,000,000,000 pounds — In pork products, dairy products and vegetable oils. While there will be a shortage of about three million tons In rich protein feeds for dairy ani mals, there will be sufficient supplies of other feedstuifs to allow economical consumption. In the matter of beef, the world's supplies are limited to the capacity of the available refrigerating ships. The supplies of beef In Australia, the Ar entine and the United States are suf clent to load these ships. There will be a shortage In the Importing coun tries, but we cannot hope to expand exports materially for the next months In view of the bottle neck In trans portation. We will have a sufficient supply of sugar to allow normal consumption is this country If the other nations re tain their present short rations or In crease them only slightly. For the countries of Europe, however, to In crease their present rations to a ma terial extent will necessitate our shar ing a part of our own supplies with them. »im \ Twenty Million Tons of Food. Of the world total, North America will furnish more than 60 per cent. The United States, including the West Indies, will be called upon to furnish 80,000,000 tons of food of all kinds as compared with our pre-war exports of about 6,000,000 tons. While we will be able to change our program in many respects, even a casual survey of the world supplies in comparison to world demands shows conclusively that Europe will know famine unless the American people bring their home consumption down to the barest minimum that will main tain health and strength. There are conditions of famine In Europe that will be beyond our power to remedy. There are 40,000,000 peo ple in North Russia whom there I*' small chance of reaching with food this winter. Their transportation Is demoralized In complete anarchy, and shortly many of their ports will be frozen, even could be realized. To Preserve Civilization. At this moment Germany has not alono sucked the food and animals from aU those masses of people she if internal * transport IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Kidney disease is no respecter of per- sons. A majority of the ills afflicting people today can be traced back to kidney trouble. -The kidneys are the most important organs of the body. They are the Altérera, the purifiers, of jour blood. Kidney disease is usually indicated by sleeplessness, nervousness, weariness, despondency, backache, stomach trou ble. pain in loins and lower abdomen, gall stones, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago. All these derangements are nature's that the kidneys GOLD signals to warn need you You should use M KDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules imme help naa uoirmiatea ana leu ftiarving, out »he has left behind her a total wreck age of social Institutions, and this mass of people Is now confronted with absolute anarchy. If we value our own safety and the ouclal organization of the world, if we value the preservation of civilization itself, we cannot permit growth of this Famine is the mother of anarchy, From the inability of governments to secure food for their people grows revolutlon and chaos. From an ability to supply their people grows stability of government and the defeat of ah areby. Did we put It on no higher plane than our Interests In the pro tection of our institutions, we must bestir ourselves in solution of this cancer in the world's vitals. problem. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Before using this preparation for a cough or cold you may wish to know what it has done for others. Mrs. 0. Cook, Macon, Ill'., writes, "I have found it gives the quickest relief of any cough SÄ STÄ m" says "Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy cannot be beaten for coughs and colds." H. J. Moore, Oval, Pa., says "I have used Chamber Jain's Cough Remedy on several occasions when I was suffering with a, settled cold upon the chest and it has always brought about a cure. Get it done at Doggett's. dioteiy. The soothing, healing oil stim ulates the kidneys, relieves inflamma tions ami destroys the germs have caused it. Do not wait until to morrow Go to your druggist today and insist on GOLD MED-VL Haarlem Oil Capsules. In twenty-four hours you should feel health and vigor returning and will bless the day you first heard of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil. After you feel that you have cured yourself, continue to take one or two capsules each day, so as to keep in first-class condition and ward off the danger of other attacks. Ask for the original imported GOLD MEDAL brand. Three sizes. Moneyre funded if they do not help you. hich Notice to Creditors. Court of the In the Prohate County of Lewis, State of Idaho. In the matter of the estate o Susan L. By waters, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the j estate of Susan L. Bywaters, de fined, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the deceased to exhibit them w ; ( i j[ ;e ,,, < t. sary vouchers, with mon ths after the first pub Î 1 . . , ' . , I mat ion oi this notice, to the said administrator, at the oil ICC ol Inc above entitled court at the court room in the village of Nezperce, fh e same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Lewis, State of Idaho. Signed and dated at Lewiston, Idaho, this 30th day of December, A. D. 3918. 31 w4 f i c< Chamberlain's Tablets. >t" >'»" f digestion m constipation, take Chamberlain's Tablets, strengthen the stomach and en a ^] 0 p er f orm its functions f „ indigestion is usually • . , , -, accompanied by constipation and is aggravated by Jain's Tablets cause a gentle move ment of the bowels, relieving the constipated condition. Idaho Trust Company, " Administrator. They Cha inher it. TAKE !T IN TIME Just a* Scores of Nezperce People Have. Waiting doesn't pay. If you neglect kidney backache, Urinary troubles often follow. Act In time by curing the kidneys. Doan's Kidnely Pills are especially for weakened kidneys. Many people in this locality recom mend them. Here's one case; Mrs. G. W. Carter, 264 S. Almond St., Moscow, Idaho, says: "My kid neys were] disordered and showed weakness in different days. My hands and feet swelled and I suffer ed with rheumatic pains. Hearing about Doan's Kidney Pills I got a box and they helped me from the first. I continued taking them un til the swellings left and the rheu matic pains disappeared. I was able to get around again, for Doan's Kid ney Pills did me a lot of good in every way." i-rice (>0c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan s Kidney Pills — the same that Mrs. Carter had. Poster-Mllburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo. N. Y. Trade with NEZPERCE HARDWARE CO. and save money. Lewiston Flower Shop CUT FLOWERS foi all DESIGNS of all kinds. Potted Plants and Ferns. occasions. Oldest Flower Store in Lewiston STILLINGS & EMBRY, Proprietors Phones 1147-394L S30 Main St. The Kamiah & Nezperce Monument Works Karl C. Frank, Prop. F All Kinds of Tombstone Work at Reasonable Prices WORK GUARANTEED Nezperce Work Done at Nezperce Shop—Opposite Kincaids State of Ohio. C'lfy of Toledo, Lucas County, as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. W. OLEASON, Notary Public, Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken In ternally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold by all druggists, 76c. Hall's Family Pills for constitution. FRANK J. CHENEY. A. D. 1886. (Seal) fl it I] V <r OU have made some fine holiday presents in your home. Now let's see about the realities of life. By installing one of these ma chines you can take the work and drudgery off your good wife's shoulders at least 52 times per year. Y Think This Over and see if you do not think this would be worth while. The cost of current does not exceed two cents per hour. Orangeville Electric Light & Power Co. A. H. Averill Machinery Co. Spokane, Wash. Steam Engines Have a large number of second-hand Steam Engines that must be sold re gardless of cost, to make room for new machinery. Gas Tractors Our new stock of Gas Tractors is now here for Fall and Spring Work. Can Guarantee IMMEDIATE Delivery. Pour SIZES, all of the 4-cylinder type" and 3-speed transmission. Call and Choose Yours Say It with Flowers » Whatever the occasion — a birth, a death, a joy, a sorrow— you can best show your pleasure or sympathy by saying it with flowers. FRED GARBY IDAHO LEWISTON. Store, 856 Main St. Greenhouses, Phone 625-R. 422 15th Ave. ORDERS FRATERNAL HIRAM LODGE NO. 36, A. F. & A. M., of Nezperce, Idaho. Reg ular Communication on the Monday evening on or before the full moon of each month in the Fraternal building, ing brothers are cordially invit ed to attend. Visit J. 13. White, W. M. J. M. Mitchell, Secy. . AMERICUS LODGE NO. 43, K. of P., meets in Fraternal Tem ple, every first and third Thursday in each month. Vis iting brothers cordially invited. Herbert Booth, C. C. P. W. Mitchell, K. of R. & S. I. 0, 0. F.—NEZPERCE LODGE No. 56, of Nezperce, Ida ho. Meets every Saturday even ing. Visiting brothers cordial ly invited to attend. Sanford Stapleton, N. G. E. L. Schnell, Finan. Sec. W. R. Emerson, Rec. Sec. NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT Reservation Banner Circle No. 337 meets at Fraternal Temple second and fourth Tuesday ev enings of each month. Visiting neighbors welcomed. Emma Perrine, G. N. Jennie Blakely, Clerk. PRIMROSE CHAPTER NO. 25, Eastern Star will meet on the the regular Masonic meeting. Mrs. Nellie VanSyoc, W. M. Alvin Caldwell, Sec. NEZPERCE PUBLIC LIBRARY —Open to public Tues., Thurs., and Saturdays from 2 to 5 p. m. Mrs. A. G. Sorenson, Librarian. NEZPERCE LOCAL NO. 2. F. B. & C. U. of A. Meets every first and third Saturday in each month. Visiting members wel- N. H. Jacobs, Pres. II. A. VonBargen, Sec.-Treas. come. W. O. W.—NEZPERCE CAMP No. 445. Meets every second and fourth Wednesday even ings of each mouth in the Fra ternal Temple. « J. W. Akin, C. C. B. L. Schnell, Clerk, EUREKA REBEKAH LODGE No. 57 meets first and third Tuesday of each month. Mrs. Pearl Heston, N. G. Lena Emerson, Secretary. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. J. F. GIST, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Calls Answered Promptly Office in Union State Bank Bldg. Phones: Office, 7338; Res. 7620 DR. E. S. PETERSON DENTIST Appointment by telephone day or night Parlor over Union State Bank Nezperce, Idaho P. W. MITCHELL ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Offiiee in Union State Bank Bldg. H Store Goods Bought and Sold 1st Door West of Postoffice H. 0. PAIGE, Prop.