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•THE TRUTH ABOUT CANDY
Shall the Candy Factories
Survive ?
The candy industry normally is using 8 per cent or less of all
the sugar used in the United States—at present about 4 per cent.
That is small—very small, considering the importance of the
industry.
Candy-making is the thirty-eighth largest industry in the
United States.
Over a hundred thousand people—mostly women—make their
living from it.
That candy is a food has been firmly established by scientists
and chemists and physicians and proven out by men in the trenches
and in the camps—in all forms of heavy work where bodily fuel
is needed.
The candy manufacturers have willingly given up half of their
sugar, and will go to any lengths to help win the war.
On the other hand, the voice of reason tells us that it is not
a part of the government's program to suspend any industry, un
less it is absolutely necessary—-especially when it is recognized
that that industry is making an established product.
If people do not take their allotment of sugar in candy form,
they take it in other forms—in coffee or tea, on fruit, etc.
It is largely a matter of taste, but we all know that the human
system needs some sugar.
So conserve on sugar, but recognize candy as one way to enjoy
that portion of sugar which the Food Administration allots us
in America.
Please recognize that out of 84 pounds of sugar used annually
per capita in this country, less than 7 pounds goes into candy mak
ing, normally. Today the candy industry allotment has been cut
to half of that 7 pounds, or 4 per cent of the total amount of sugar
used in the United States.
Yet candy is plainly and fully established as a food product.
We claim the industry and the product has a right to live.
If everyone in his home will save a little sugar there, the candy
industry can survive, because there will be enough sugar for the
Food Administration to spare the candy makers.
Save some sugar in the home and use some of your sugar
allowance in the form of wholesome, nourishing candy.
—In normal times the candy industry uses only 8%
of the sugar used per capita in this country. Right
now this amount has been cut squarely in two.
"CANDY as a pOOD has zvon — The Government
buys it by the ton ''
"The Manufacturing Confectioners of the State of Washing
ton have requested the United States Food Administration to issue
an order limiting single purchase sales of candy and chocolates
to the consumer to two pounds per person, the order to remain in
full force and effect as long as there is need for sugar conserva
tion. A pledge is also given to assist in all practical ways the
equitable enforcement of such an order."
The Candy Manufacturers
of the Northwest
The local draft board is arranging
the list of Latah county registrants
of September 12, 1918, in the order
in which they were drawn and hat
prepared the list of more than hat.
of those registered. Following is tm
order in which they were drawn, be
ginning where the last list published
left off:
Ernest Kidder Lindley, Moscow..701
William Henry Springer, Genesee702
Ole John Grendahl, Moscfow. .. .703
Frank G. Shellsbarger, Moscow 1 ..704
Guy Marvin Puckett, Potlatch. . .705
Clyde McKinley Nichols, Juliaetta706
Ira Lee Gentry, Kendrick.707
Curtis Summers, Viola.708
Alfred Erick Alsterlund, Potlatch.709
Elmer Emonuel Vedvig, Troy....710
Selmer Benson, Moscow .711
Edward Arthur Burke, Moscow...712
Archie William Bowles, Viola....713
Marion Elmer Langdon, Moscow. .714
Fred William Cornick, Genesee. . .715
Oscar'Hartman Nordby, Genesee. 716
Carl Frederick Nagel, Genesee.. .717
Soich Nakayama, Potlatch.718
LaFayette R. Parsons, Moscow. . .719
George Quincy Libey, Kendrick. .720
Edwin Heilerud, Park.721
Dave Martin, Genesee.722
Harry Reynold Larson, Moscow. . 723
724
William Asbury Ridenau, Potlatch725
Hanson Taylor Miller, Potlatch.. .726
Nick Novich, Bovill.727
John Henry Bull, Potlatch.728
John Johnson, Troy.729
Asa Edwin Mowre, Moscow.730
Binar Thompson, Moscow.731
salvor Lien, Kendrick.732
Allan Alex McDonald, Potlatch.. .733
Frank Rowan, Ti'oy.
John August Olson, Moscow
Ba,sil Mussio) Potlatch
734
735
Harry Procter Fishburn, Moscow.736
■ Ira D. Hanson, Genesee.737
Frank Copeland Jones, Moscow.. ;738
Daniel Hallstrom, Troy.739
Hermon Henry Conwell, Moscow..740
Hehning Johnson, Troy .741
Ed Norman Hylton, Moscow.742
Christian B. Petersen, Moscow...743
Alwin Emil Meinig, Palouse.744
Walter Thomas Bämpass, Genesee745
James Oliver Broyles, Palouse... .746
William Jacob Ball, Bovill.767
Talbot Rowen Phillips, Moscow... 748
Martin Bjerken, Bovill.749
Carl Henry Wendt, Southwick...750
Alvin Patrick Egan, Potlatch... .751
Arthur Martin Cameron, Moscow.752
Henry Joseph Brucker, Moscow..753
Samuel Frederick Hunt, Moscow..754
William Francis Menson, Viola.. .766
Jas. Fred Brazier, Genesee.766
William Jacob Ball, BoViJl.757
Amil Rudolph Fleiger, Moscow.,.758
Henry Hoffman, Moscow.769
Thomas Lowe, Farmington, Wn...706
Virgil Silvin West, Palouse.761
Clarence Gehard Jacobson,Palouse 762
Cecil Clarence Shoop, Genesee. . .763
Lewis Fred Fagnau, Bovill.764 (
Homer E. Estes, Moscow.765 ;
Mirt Humphreys, Moscow.766 |
Arthur Gilbert Burch, Potlatch. .767 j
Antonio Rapoui, Potlatch.7568 ;
Ivar Mathews Dragstedt, Troy...769 |
Willard Elijah Tipton, Genesee. ,770 ;
John Adams, Kendrick.771 i
William I. Weatherby, Juliaetta ..772
William Lyle Maxwell, Potlatch.773
John Henry Mooney, Bovill
John Earl Hodge, Moscow.
Harry Boatsman, Genesee.
Delor DeMers, Potlatch...
James Henry Kidwell, Genesee.. .778
Arthur Clarence Linehan, Genesee 779
Harold Sam Hunt, Moscow.
Harry Ingram, Troy.
George L. Fulton, Potlatch
774
775
776
777
Peter Olson, Troy .
Patrick Smiley, Southwick.785
Lester Wilford Ferguson, Troy...786 I
James H. Peterson, Moscow
Louis George Peterson, Kendrick.788
Charles E. Beerd, Moscow
Henry Kilde, Troy.
Charles Vernon Bailey, Potlatch. .791
John Wm. Hennen, Moscow.
Alfred S. Nelson, Kendrick
I James L. Vassar, Princeton
; Ruben J. Nelson, Moscow..
! Frank Domains, Bovill ....
j Charles Little Thompson, Moscow'. 797
Jacob A. Kyrolamen, Potlatch... .798
I Edward Reilly, Moscow ..
I Charles T. Mulkye t Linden.
Norris E. Walker, Kendrick
Frank E. Pickell, Moscow.
Sherman F. Town, Moscow
L. D. Howard Harris, Moscow... .804
Lars A. Larson, Okanogan
Orville C. Butterfield, Princeton. .806
Russell Eugene Meeks, Viola.807
Frederick William Boyer, Deary.808
Melvin L. Bosler, Kendrick
Higgerson W. Peddicord, Farming
ton, Wn.
John Pete Peterson, Deary
780
781
782
783
787
789
790
792
793
794
795
796
799
800
801
802
803
805
809
810
811
Andrew Albert Sanders, Moscow.812
Jard Morrow, Princeton. ...
Frank Ackerman, Potlatch.
Homer David, Moscow....
Arnold Olia Olson, Genesee
Fred Berdette Perkins, Genesee.. .817
Emil Wm. Erickson, Helmer
John Elmer Trail, Genesee.
Ragnar W. Kullberg, Moscow
C. W. Featherstone, Palouse, Wn..821
James Morley Bolding, Moscow...822
Gustaf Adolph Carlson, Troy....823
Thomas E. Bardgett, Potlatch... 824
Havaner M. Kesparian, Spokane.825
Ray Clarence Bogar, Deary
Tishutaro Tanaka, Potlatch.
John Walker, Moscow.
J. B. Taylor, öroxford, Sas, Can..829
Jerome J. Day, Moscow...
Mike Schwartz, Bovill....
Wiktor Johnson, Potlatch..
Lewis Aas, Deary.
John E. Settle, Jr., Moscow
Robert George Wood, Moscow... .835
Anton Kirchkopf, Juliaetta
Jesse Clarence Oylear, Genesee.. .837
Guy Wilkie Wolfe, Moscow.838
Theodore Lundquist, Moscow ....839
Racy Roberts, Avon .,.840
Isaac Madison Goad, Hillsville, Va. 841
William H. Hengen, Harvard
Arthur J, Draper, Moscow.
Bert Willard Duffield, Moscow..844
Bert Edwin Long, Bovill
Bennie Eid, Moscow....
Edward V. Carraher, Moscsow. .. .847
Jitsujiro Kato, Potlatch
Olaf Paulson, Moscow.
813
814
815
716
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819
820
826
827
828
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831
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833
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836
842
843
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848
849
Charley W. Stromberg, Potlatch..850
Albert S. Gregory, Palouse, Wn...851
John Reidsema, Moscow .852
Laurence L. Broughton, Potlatch.863
George D. Edwards, Moscow.854
Frank Wm. Qualey, Genesee.866
Robert Jas. Gilder, Harvard.856
Gust Olson, Troy .857
Joe Chambers, Harvard .868
Einar Carlson, Potlatch .859
Charlie Summerfield, Moscow ...860
Walter H. Hamlin, Troy.861
Joday Long, Kendrick .862
William Criger, Genesee .863
Herbert D. Martin, Moscow.864
Clarence Roy Elsea, Potlatch.865
Harve Williamson, Juliaetta .866
Herman M. Shaffer, Genesee.867
Alex. A. Pemberton, Kendrick. .. .868
Fred E. Springer, Genesee .869
Joshua A. Holden, Moscow..... .870
Joseph Gunther, Genesee .871
jJohn Lang, Potlatch ..872
Tormod A. Myklebust, Troy.873
William S. Russell, Moscow.874
Fred Illi, Troy .876
Harry Lee Roach, Potlatch .876
August Dahl, Moscow .877
Herman Baker, Deary .878
Edward C. Vanouch, Genesee ...879
Frank J. Scharbach, Moscow ....880
Charles F. Thompson, Moscow ...881
Charles Edw. Ramsey, Genesee. . .882
Frank Wm. Meyer, Kendrick... .883
Albert J. Casey, Moscow .884
Luard E. Gilmore, Palouse, Wn... .885
William F. Kidwell, Genesee.886
William J. Costigan, Moscow.887
James W. Edwards, Genesee..... 888
George R. Lawrence, Helmer .889
Arthur S. Hillman, Genesee.890
Harold A. LaBolle, Deary.891
Perry E. Colvin, Potlatch.892
Anders V. Gustafson, Moscow. .. .893
Hilder K. Nelson, Avon.894
(Charles Snyder, Juliaetta .896
Benjamin F. Steelsmith, Troy...896
Herbert H. Stevens, Potlatch.... 897
George H. Rosenau, Genesee.898
Andrew Holbeck, Deary .899
Henry John Odberg, Genesee.900
Walter Driscoll, Troy .901,
Robert S. Taylor, Moscow.$02
Charles O. Smith, Troy .903
Thomas Miller, Genesee .904 :
Lars G. Fossum, Deary .905
Jochim H. F. Mordhorst, Moscow.906
Edward Kesel, Moscow . 907
Lee Albert Phillips, Moscow.908
Preston B. Mullikin, Troy.909
Charles W. Atkison, Potlatch... .910
Isaac Gilbertson, Moscow .311
John H. Jonte, Moscow .912
Benard A. Carlson, Palouse, Wn.. .913
Floyd D. Olson, Troy .914 ;
Thomas H. Asbury, Troy .915
Walter Bowers, Palouse, Wn.916
Frank I. Denison, Princeton.917
Grover R. Beckman, Moscow.918
Charles Miller, Troy. 919
William C. Samm, Moscow.920
William M. Whybark, Kendrick. .921
Sam Samovieh, Deary .922
John Wakefield Apted, Harvard..923
William Conachen, Bovill.924 ;
Gilbert Riley, Kendrick .925 j
Elmer Eli Arnold, Potlatch .926 j
Simon H. Johnson, Troy...'.927 i
Clark Parkins, Moscow .928 j
Chester C. Berry, Viola .929 I
Jesse Meador Scott, Moscow... ,, .930 !
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Join the Hundred Per Cent American Club
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FARMERS AND ALL OTHER CITIZENS;
It is the purpose of the HUNDRED PER CENT
AMERICAN CLUB OF IDAHO to give you the
truth about those who are trying to set up a.
Socialist government in our state.
This is an organization started by farmers, but
it asks all classes to join in true Americanism.
Join tor Americanism
Write off the
Get your neighbors together,
following declaration of principles, sign your names
and send to H. B. Powers, president Hundred
Per Cent American Club of Idaho, Owyhee Build
You will be put on IDAHO'S HONOR
ROLL OF TRUE AMERICANISM.
How to Join
ing, Boise.
No dues.
Make a copy of the declaration of principles as
shown in this- advertisement, sign it and send it
to H. B. Powers, Boise, president of the Hundred
Per Cent American Club of Idaho.
Get your neighbors together, farmers, and sign
this real American declaration and then get them
to vote in harmony with its high principles.
NO POLITICS, BUT JUST PATRIOTISM
All other citizens are asked to join. There are
no dues, but we will appreciate any donations for
our
SOCIALISM, IMPORTED FROM NORTH
DAKOTA.
This is to be a permanent organization to help
every farmer and every other legitimate industry
in Idaho ahd to promote genuine Americanism.
1 f you can do so, come to the headquarters of
the Hundred Per Cent American Club in the
Owyhee Building, Main street, Boise, and join.
Remember, friends, what Roosevelt
•lias said about the leaders of the Nonpartizan
League. Do you believe Roosevelt, who is your
friend, and other leading men of this nation, or
these league leaders ? You may have been deceived
these Nonpartfzan leaders. Even Roosevelt
H. B. POWERS, President.
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Declaration of Principles
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We, the undersigned farmers and laborers of Idaho, being ourselves
100 per cent loyal Americans, believing that many of our friends and
neighbors have been misled by overzealous leaders of the Socialist
party who are willing to create national disorganization and class
dissension in exchange for political advantage, and being satisfied that
a majority of the members of the Nonpartizan League are honest and
patriotic ;
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Therefore, for the purpose of proving to the public, the state and
national governments, that a large body of farmers and laborers repudi
ate the methods and practices of these leaders and giving our support
to the SAILORS on the sea and our BOYS in the trenches in this
hour of our nation's peril, do hereby bind ourselves, each to the other,
that we will do our utmost to stamp out the insidious propaganda
represented by Townley and Townleyism, and to free our state ffom
the menace of disunion adroitly promoted by the founders of
German propaganda, and for the purpose of putting the farmers and
laborers of Idaho in a true light before the people of this nation, do
hereby constitute ourselves the Idaho One Hundred Per Cent American
Club,
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by
ROY SHURTLEFF, Secretary.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:
I. Lee Truax, Meridah.
A. J. Cramblett, Gooding.
H. B. Powers, ex-Officia Chairman.
Dave Farmer, Meridian.
John Jullion, Boise.
W. B. Mitchell, Parma.
(WE ARE FARMERS)
This Organization is (Composed of Democrats and Republicans
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Ulysses W. Madison, Moscow... .931
Emil Peterson, Bovill.
Oscar Lewis, Avon .
Earl Fay Macklin, Russell ..
Waldo E. Terteling, Potlatch
Porter Dallas Bowers, Moscow...936
Arthur F. Southerland, Deary....937
William B. Byrum, Potlatch
Marion M. Frazier, Troy .,
John P. Gehrke, Genesee...
Emil E. Johnston, Potlatch
Otto W. Nelson, Troy ......
George Edw. Hewitt, Potlatch.... 943
Dan Chas. Ohms, Kendrick.
Robert Ely Emmett, Genesee
Francis A. Thomson, Moscow
Carl L. Olson, Moscow.
William K. Armour, Moscow
Ford Chipman Drury, Deary. .. . .949
Ernest Wm. Mufphy, Kendrick. . .950
Carl O. F. Osterberg, Avon
Louis C. Fleiger, Moscow.952
Howard K. Benscotter, Bovill, .. .953
Charles H. Fleiger, Moscow
Robert B. Leitch, Moscow..
Harry B. Thompson, Garfield, Wn.956
Dewey Campbell, Moscow
Clark D. Butler, Moscow
James E. Wurman, Palouse, Wn..959
Carl G. Wostberg, Troy...
William H. Knowles, Viola.
Levi T. Shortridge, Avon..
George F. Rogers, Moscow.
William H. Dent, Deary...
Elmer T. Bigham, Kendrick
Leonard J. Yost, Moscow..
William Nelson, Troy.
Louis C. Cone, Princeton...
John A. Smith, Troy.
Joseph W. Thompson, Potlatch. . .970
Ernest R. Danneman, Potlatch... 971
Albert Halverson, Moscow .
Wallace V. Glaisyer, Moscow
Carleton M. Stockwell, Bovill... .974
Loeaus L. Urvand, Potlatch
John H. McLain, Clarkston, Wn...976
Alfred Johnson, Troy ....
Myron L. Darrow, Potlatch
Frank H. Butler, Troy ...
E. W. Hickman, Farmington, Wn..980
Claud L. Reeder, Moscow
Emberson R. Greer, Palouse, Wn..982
Henry H. Esser, Genesee..
William A. Bull, Potlatch..
Harold O. Decker, Moscow.
James H. Holt, Bovill.
James A. Liddle, Deary....
Fred H. Collins, Moscow..
Henry Femreit, Deary ....
Peter L. Smith, Palouse, Wn
William S. Briscoe, Troy ...
Floyd D. Kelly, Moscow....
Charles O. Carlson, Deary.993
Murry A. Conser, Palouse, Wn.. ..994
Roy A. Naylor, Moscow...
Alvin E. Evans, Moscow..
Walter A. Fiscus, Potlatch
Willis A. Perryman, Juliaetta... .998
William I. Clark, Moscow
Isaac E. Smith, Potlatch. .
David Clatt, Potlatch ....
E. T. Kirkpatrick, Garfield, Wn..l002
Dewey Galloway, Kendrick
William J .Schmidt, Potlatch.... 1004
Wm. F. Cunningham, Genesee.. .1006
Floyd N. Baker, Potlatch ..
George F. Evans, Troy ....
Leo E. Benson, Troy.
Paul A. Cole, Moscow.
Vaios V. Solonkos, Potlatch
Fred Nye, Moscow.
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964
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Credit Reference
One of the essentials in opening accounts with
storekeepers, etc., or for Other credit purposes is a
connection with a good bank.
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J. S. Heckathorn, Cashier
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Alva F. Williams, Viola...
Isaac B. Hibbard, Potlatch
N. A. Kaklegian, Spokane, Wn...l014
Jessie E. Clark, Bovill.1015
Egan S. Nagle, Palouse, Wn.1016
Zackarias A. Aas, Kendrick.1017
Thomas E. Whybark, Kendrick. .1018
Charles N. Grieser, Jr., Genesee. 1019
David F. Gentry, Kendrick.
Joseph W. Schloesser, Troy
Roy C. Woodruff, Moscow. .
Robert Pavich, Bovill.
William M. Chaney, Troy. .
Antonio Milani, Potlatch ..
Charlie E. Schuh, Moscow. .
Gust Varelas, Potlatch ....
Joseph L. Dewitt, Troy ....
Toney Valorg, Potlatch ...
Normal L. Lamb, Denver Colo...1030
Godfrey C. Ottosen, Juliaetta. . .1031
Ephraim Otterbine, Troy .
Edward J. Walsh, Moscow
Edward L. Stortz, Moscow
John A, Kambitsch, Genesee. ... 1036
Eugene E. Bershaw, Genesee. .. .1036
W. W. Allen, Walla Walla, Wn.. .1037
Delos F. Peasley, Bovill
Nestler W. Cameron, Potlatch. . .1039
H. G. Burton, Garfield, Wn
William H. Buck, Bovill....
Harry H. Gallup, Moscow...
Archie E. Harris, Genesee. ,
Christian W. Qualey, Moscow... 1044
Alfred M. Larsen, Moscow
Frank B. Peterson, Deary.
Andrew E. Gisness, Troy.
William C. Miller, Moscow
1012
1013
1020
1021
1022
1023
1024
1025
1026
1027
1028
1029
1032
1033
1034
1038
1040
1041
1042
1043
1045
1046
1047
1048
Charles W. Lenhard, Moscow... .1049
Robert A. Osterberg, Avon.,
Harold O. Field, Moscow. ...
Andrew Markhus, Moscow ,
Allen Geo. Sleed, Juliaetta.,
Walter R. Tuft, Palouse, Wn
Henry L. Manson, Viola....
Elmer D. Nichols, Moscow. .
Delmer G. Mathes, Kendrick.
Angelo Veziris, Spokane, Wn....l068
Walter S. Dill, Palouse, Wn
William E. Lee, Moscow...
James I. Keeney, Palouse* Wn.. .1061
Jesse W. Kershner, Moscow... .1062
Peter Severson, Troy . . .
Herbert Cartwright, Troy
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1062
1063
1064
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1066
1057
1059
1060
1063
1064
George H. Teas, Garfield, Wn...l065
Mart Johnson, Potlatch
Walter E. Kislig, Garfield, Wn...1067
Burton E. Oliver, Genesee .
Vincenzo Montani, Potlatch
Theodore L. Bjorn, Deary..
Ritchard D. Benton, Moscow
Charles V. Maxfield, Moscow... .1072
.1073
Charles A. Campbell, Moscow. .. 1074
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1068
1069
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1071
K. Doi, Potlatch
Orval C. Cummings, Troy....
Arthur Carpenter, Moscow ..
Ira Roy Prince, Troy .
George Furentin, Potlatch ...
Carl M. Jacobson, Moscow...
Robert D. Morgan, Juliaetta. .
Willson E. Hearn, Potlatch. ..
Jacob Burshur, Genesee.
Leon H. Marcy, Moscow.
Floyd C. Olson, Moscow.
(Continued tomorrow.)
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