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! i ! ! A Our Flag ,n mu! Enterprise lli-.»OAY. WILL WELL#, Owner. WILL WELLS. Editor and Manager matter Aug Pay ■ mit. tue Aol ut Congres« i, 1U07, at me postoffice at Idaho Oil THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1918. recent Much has been said to years regarding the il ing genera tion. It he® often teen rtpeatej t ■ - a t Vi,£ young men who must so a take the various statioLS to l..e now fi 1 ed by the older men, wci.ld no; be qualified and trust wor.uy their ways were changed, were too frivolous ini 41 obedinit, and ready to give the old man a . vice. They wanted .o be men before their time. They ara liv mg t o fast. Something must b'e don7. Some change must take place if these young men are to .manage and con duct the affairs of our oui try. That something has been d ne and the change has taken [lac.. The com ing young man hi s pro en to the world his worth and s lend d abl it . Yes, he has been too fast, alt .geth r too fast to suit the Kals r :nd hie millions cf soldurs. The change has taken place. The entire wo.ll js changed—changed irorn the p :dous grip of the world s greatest mom ter, to freedom, prosp.riiy and peace. Let us ever raise our voi e in [rase of the rising genera'Ion thrt are socn to return and take their places uni ss They in life. I France has lost one out of every fifteen of her inhabitants—2,500,000 men. Her factory and inuusliial dis trict has been stripped of all ma chinery, its towns and villages des troyed. France has spent $2-i,o00,000, 00u to this war, only $2,000,UOU.OUO of which is borrowed from tbe United States. This mon y was raiS-d from a country but little bigger than the stute of Iowa, Ihat will gi\e idea of the tremendous cost of the member an of war to France, says French High Commission. German soldiens are showing a ils tinot aversion to lighting Amer - can soldiers, becau e they hare fount that a large pro; ortiiin f ur sol dier® arc cf German ex ra t on They had been told that the German Amer, cans would never ligtt : gai at G r many, but they a e d sc - er; g that this was a false cod. The wap-or »! declared that it would be wrong for Germans of AmerLa to fi ht Ger mans cf Germany. N w the same logic applies, and th.se Germans if Germany see that it s .ust as bad for them to fight the Germans ft America. The German people wi 1 get rid of more and m're of their Illusions and deiil ns as 'h y g f out from under the hynotle c n r l of the warlords aid be? in to Paim the truth. DEVELOPMENT ERA. All over U. S. the mo t pron-ue ed optimism is apparent. B; nk i», n ana ~ facturera and buain s nta b; le e that a great era of dev lop ment 1 < just ahead. The bonis ara in the best possible con itio , anJ have he money to turn the whe s o indu t y and to trän« port out produ ts over sea®. The laboring peope have no cause fer complaint and exp ct to prosper for some time to come. The farmers are a favored data jist now. With sane and c ne r at v; I : i«l - tion, equitable taxation meaz. rrs and a spirit of 'encour-g meat pr d fair dealing toward :nd'«>y. taves menu and labcrr as a naHoa: 1 poi y, .prosperity will a tde with us. It has beem reported by newspanferf tha* Henry Ford wanted no profit fa ttorVs fj !e DECISION RESTS WITH PEOPLE. from any of his yreat whdle war was on.. ThiB la a spirit, but in view of the er at sin-! vices which h.ls ;hops are ren'er-j ing to the GovernTzcmt it mri be rt garded as fortunate t'a* he 1rs imade large profi « to the -as'. One is moved to ask at Wh t st'g-. in his wonderful career it voul- 1 ha e beem advantageous to :he ' ub lc to have had his pr°fi s or 11® nt r r. e t arbitrarily curta led. And tbe same applies to fe'eryi great industrial urd r a in- to Airi'r-; lea, mine®, ort, e'e- trrial dev loV meat, transportation, telephone telegraph, agriculture, lumber mg, to capital juid allowed to make good profits with wliiilch to dtv-loi and (expand, wheie would o r go ernn.ent have been when thfe orb« tame Industry made it possible to '.-quip an army and lick the Hints in record surance, fete., etc. If all these great industries had not been brought to a ld:h et te of efficiency by private initiât ve and with Gewnany. •Amer.k'nii ingeauiity, cnterpii e and And now we have a certain cl; as breaking time. of politicians who fays, "ir 'ate pro fits must etop. Let th'- gov rament take over one bt, India ry after an other, the TJ. S. < on«I tu ion was il right once but wfe iue.l something else now," etc., etc. i America faces the- problem of how to prevent officl-lsm from smother 'tog Americanism. 1 he decision will r;st with the people. WIPE 'EM OUT Never again will Kaiser Bill reign and boss his bum base lies around; he's made Ills last play, he's gone far away, he's hunting a hoir n the ground. He was only a fake, bts birth a mistake, he was born with the soul cf a brute; Ills army's disband ed, he'« friendless and stranded, he's a hopeless, disgruntled, ex-plut-• In Holland he'® hiding, in Dutcliland abiding, while the Allies are weaving a rope; lie's licked and he knows it, he's yellow and shows it, he's sorry he sprung "Me und Gott" dope. His nerve is expended, he'll soon be sus pended and swing by his neck in the breeze; he's whining and cring ing, before long he'll be stage tog— be scorching where pretzels won't freeze. The people dre waking, t b ey' r» tired of this faking, cf "kings" «that are camouflaged heroes; race has been drowsing, at the bst it's arousing—arousing and dumpling thi-se "royal" excuses. Nl-k's salt ed away, Bill's the next we will slay, soon we will wipe the whole worthless breed; in elm they're b9got.ten, they're inbred and rotten— a bunch of degenerates the world doesn't need. We've spent out lots of boodle, to ma.ke them skadoodle, to Jobs; tramp t°ar them away from their th 1 earth is all bloody, al led and muddy, where damnhoola have battled defending these »no's. The Yankee boys fought 'em, with guns thp.t We bcurht 'em, and thfev 11 round up the rert of the «camus, hut we've get ,to get busy If we'd to help make 'Cm dizzy—w'-'ve -o* get buey ai~d 4vuy s~me War °tan-ns —Earl Wnylatnd Powmau. THE LUMBER INDUSTRY. ïwc hundred r»pr.s nta Ives tic Wfeat Coast lumbermen met of in coefereotee the p_st we.k and d-du »d the outlook for that iauue.ry was very good. All admit there will be a ttmporar> period of readjustment an 1 on y he immediate future is d.ubtful of aval Manufacturers were seriously con able business. cerned about mai..tainims . resent high wages, and hope! that ma kpt conditions and' demands Wcud en able them to pay the presen' s al . Government price .Ixing reg 1 ti ns expire Jan. 15th mil t eee ' il be sought to be continu d un I lUmamd for common lumber f.r bull ing l ur poses revives. The masses of the re'iT' wj 1 not build or plan construoti n 'h t makes a demand for common 1. rnber at ar'd ficially high wag'ts in tha but.d ng trades. I NOTHING IMPOSSIBLE IN RHYME R. P. wants to knew if we can' find a rbyn«e for Hobenzo.l.rn, Eas iest thing you know; Very few people would give as milch as a do lar'n' A quarter these daj s to be a Ho henzollenn. —The Sun, New York. ; TWIN-CITIEfS RIVALRY Who was that fellow who left the church so abruptly" "A man from Minneapolis." "Why did he leave" "The minister took his text from St. Paul." I SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE Why Is it that from yond< r tower The Colonel's lamp is beaming stil, Though it is pa3t the midnight hour And all's serene o'er v: 1« and hil 'Tie mot the wisdom of the sage«. Nor Army lore his mind en hants; earthlisr task his time engages, He ' 8 sewing buttons on h* pants. 0- H. F„ National Army, in stars a.nd Stripes. "I want to ask your advics about i something," said the confiding per aon. "Dçn't do it," pretested Miss Cayenne. "Anybody with iat-lligfen e enough to u?e advice to advantage would have envugh tc keep cut of trouhl" ln the first place."—W; ah'n- - ton Star. I' i NO CAISE FOR ADVICE Cole's Hot Blast Heaters make a big reduction to your coal bill— sre oadVhelr advertisement and guar ante . LETTER FROM THE FRCNT , Tells Eergeqnt Lyle J. McL.aug. I in of hard Figiiting. Octobtr 26 , 1918. Hear Folks—I have a change lo wnlc today so will take adiaatage : 0 f y,i u ar e s tili up near tue front all(1 are now in rtä erve. We WDt through some hard 1'igh in; this time but managed to make ull our back In tbej now. Don't know how long we w jq be here but expect relief eure objectives and we are most anytime, then 1 hope we get a leyr m toutes re «t as we surely ueed almo.t w e have taken part In every drive that the first army has been in and bare retaken a lot cf ground for the French. We are now fighting the Kaiser's best armies and they are a stubborn bunch and all we have gained we have h d 1)u t up a bard fight for. to i I was made a Sergeant yesterday all( ] was glad to get the boost. I am plattoon Sergeant and have ! fourth of the company under me. 1 'think I will like It fine but of one course it is quite a responsibility, es pecially when we are on the l.ne. We are dirty and wet most of the (toie on t b e Unes and yesterday was ttle f(rst ti;Iue j had a c h a ,nc'e to wash my hands and face for two weeks, jt has been raining off and on for th e last month and we dig holes and craw l in them to sleep and lets of times I have had to sleep in puddles cf wa t vr , but iit doesn't seem to hurt us aTiy and there 1« hardly any sick-' ness la t hç bunch, The Boches have left all kinds of pquipmenl in the woods and a fellow : could pick up a wagon load cf sou-i veniers. I am wearing a German belt| which has a brats buckle aboui 212; by 3 1-2 inches in size, on it is writ-j t".n "Gott mit uns.'' regards Give everybody my best and tell them I would like to write mors of the folks but ft is impossi pie to find the Urne. I am e.tttog on the ground out in the brush writing this amd my desk is an old ammuni-; tien box. The pencil I'm using one I found dn an old house the G'er mians .had used for their headqujrt ers ß [ s a German made and seems is to .be a good one. I ami sending a map of the lines we are now on and y cu can see what we accomplished in 27 hours. Must close now with love to all. Sgt. Lyle J. McLaugh in, Co. B, 168th U. iS. inf. A. E. F. | The above letter is a clipping from the Schaller Herald, an Iowa paper, The writer of this letter was a fa vorUte of the Editor of th" Enterprise years ago; a black-eyed, curly head ed little chap of about five years when we last saw him. He was at our home the greater pant of his later est have home time. We have taken great m many of his letters wh'ch Icwa been published in our paper. He is a member of the Rain bow Division, and has been wounded twice. His father was a partn'-j; of; ours in business years ago, and if he possesses the same pluck as his father, he is a good soldier. He has brother two years older who has a year fighting the =r , served over Boches from the air. ALIA|6 SUMMONS tbe pis! riet Court of th Sev enth Judicial District ot the State of Idaho. In and for the County of Payette. Hill, Albert Wilson and Mounie Olsen, I laintifls. In John vs Vogts, The Unknown Dec; abed John Eva Eniison, Martha Clark Tharp, of Henry Ccle, and th» Unknown Heiis of P. Tharp, Deceasid. Defendants, William Heirs I YOU ARB HEREBY REQUIRED TO APPEAR In an a tion brought against you by the above named plaintiffs to the Dis ri t Court of th» Seventh Judicial District, State of Idaho, in and for the County of Payette and to answer the complaint ! THE STATE OF IDAHO Sends Greetings to the Above Nam fed Defendants. filed therein (a copy of whi h Is hereto attached) within twenty days (exclusive cf the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served with'n this dis jtrict; or If served out of this dis trlct, within forty days. The said action is brought to quiet ti le in des plaintiffs to the foliowing cHbed relU estate ]o at(<] ln Pay ette County, State of Idaho, t'-wit: The South-east quarter of the Secti n 18; Half of the North-west the South-west quarter of Sect on 17 8 Boise re North-east quarter of tbo j^ ou ]j being located in Township quarter and the north half of North. Range t West of the Meridian, with the water rights there to belonging, all of will: h mors ful of y appears from the complaint the plaintiff on fi e In the above en titled action, whi h is hereby ferred to and made a part hereof, or further parti-ulars. AND YOTT ARE HEREBY b(OTt FIEU, That if you fail to appear and answer the said complain», as above required, the said plaintiffs you as Given under my hand and the seal will take judgment arainst prsyed in said complaint. We run no Sales GOLDEN RULE We run rio Sales » MAKE IT RIGHT STORES We price our goods right at the beginning of the season You know, when you buy early in We run no sales. therefore it is not necessary to run sales, the season that vour neighbor will not get the same article at a less price than paid. you For that Man Oar Coat Section is a veritable beehive of activity these days What shall you get him? Now just take a friendly tip from us. Gilts for men for many years and we want to give you advice. We've sold Christmas little The unusually large collection of handsome, warm Winter Coats now on display here reflect most minutely the advantages to the customer of Golden Rule buying and pricing. Any woman in need of a uew coat this season will really do herself an injustice if 8he does not inspect our stock before buying. a GIVE HIM SOMETHING USEFUL — something he He doesn't want useless trinkets or curios. can wear. Tilts is the men's store for practical things Kerchief, Neckwe. r, Underwear, Sweaters and everything else a man needs. for men—Socks, Shirts Velour, Borilla and Black Plush Coats at Mackinaws $22.50 i Tin collection of splendid coats we're selling at $22.50 will ud smart style and good quality The models shown reflect all that a Men's Gloves in Dogskin and Washable Cape priced at $2.00, $2.50. $2.75 and $3.00 Some of these are silk lined Washable Dogskin Driving Gauntlets— Can be • vash ed with Ivory soap and water and will dry out soft. These are priced at $3.95 Washable Cape Driving Gauntlets at $3,50 indeed interest those who dem at a moderate low price, new anil desirable lor Winter wear and many of thorn have the » much favored collars of fur. V Slippers istmas . Warm, cozy slippers will solve many a gift problem because they bead the list of useful tilings one may give. WOMEN'S SLIPPERS are shown in more styles than usiinl here this season and include Juliettes with*!eathor soles and fur trimmings. ; Sweaters-- Make a very acceptable Gifts We have them in a great array of colors All wool worsted .Jerseys in plain colors Men's sizes $3 50 Fancy Jerseys in pure wool or silk stripe priced at $4.95 These values are exceptional ij i Also soit felt ra-v st' les with cushion sobs Prices at 89c, $1.25, $1.50, $1 75 and $1.98 Boys sizes $2.98 y, I Comfort styles priced at M 'üds in Rameo. iOver^u mu 98c to $1.75 8 Ne v/ Winter Gloves make Admirable Gifts Women's real French kid cloves in black^and colors priced m t $2.00 A Iso lam b a mi dog sk i i SILK SHIRTS-ln a great variety of patterns, just the thing for the man who cares. Price $4 95 priced at $1.98 and $2.50 Parisian Ivory Gift Stationery A Christinas showing that includes everything for the dress ing talile as well as other useful articles. Those seeking remembrances that are useful and inexpensive may afely choose any of the many manicuring articles. Among- other things shown in Ivory are -Mirrors, Trays of all sizes. Hair Brushes, Combs, Those seeking attractive and appropriate gilts will enjoy making selections from our complete showing Every popular style in envelopes is here and the boxes are unusually novel and beautiful. There are especially assortments at Hair receivers with Powder Boxes to match. Picture Frames in different shapes and sizes, Clocks, Perfume Bottle* 39c, 48c, 75c, 98c, $1.39, $1,48 and Sets. GOLDEN RULE STORE Idaho EVERY DAY A SALES DAY AT THE GOLDEN RULE > of the District Court of tie enth Judicial List.kt of the State ot [daho, in and for the Co nty of Payette this 21st day of Octob r in tbe year of our Lord one nine hundred and eighteen. Sev thousand (SEAL) i W. A. Cl'.ud, Cle'.k. By I. E. Jen i ngs, Deputy Lle:k. F H. Lyon, residing at Payette, Idaho, a.t.r ey for the Plaintiffs. Dec. 5, Jan. 9, 1919. ■ At a meeting of the exacutive committee of the Joint Ctofertnce f Agricultural, Liv.s,o k, Engineer ing and Irrigation socie.les cf Ida ho the datis of the Conference were set for January 13 to 16 inclusive at Twin Falls. Among the matters ess-.nt al DATES FUR JOINT CONFERENCE vOF IDAHO SOCIETIES SET. Twin Falls, to the farmers of the State that, will be treated by experta, both Gop ernment and private, will be that of the farmers marketing problems, Prior to the fixing of prices other control by the Government the; farmer marketed his products in a more or lese haphazzard manner, this .was due largely to the lack of indications jare such that unless some definite organization. Prcs'nt action is taken those same condl tiens will prevail as socn as Govern ment control is relaxed. Government and State heads of the Farm Mar kets Bureau will be at the Joint Conference in Twin Falls to discuss tliis vital problem with the farmers. The management of Idaho's irri which the present time the management of all Irriga gation waters is a matter will receive the attention of Joint Conference, tion affairs is vested in the State Land Board and it Is proposed to revise the present laws so that this control may be placed In the hands of a State Board of Control to be created for that purpos'e. This Board would be riven the power to settle dispute« arising from the use and furnishing of water far irrigation the At ... now placed upon users for attorney fees, etc. would be el mtaated. In terested parties would have the I purposes and the heavy expense i ■ the opinion right of appeal to thç courts from the decision of the Board. I Prominent juris:s of Idaho have expire seed j frequently that most irr.igati-cn troubles which i are brought into court coud be set tied by such a Board. Go: d will have a prominent place on the roads Conference program as will al o the whose premium iState Seed Show list carries close to $1000 for exhib jtor8 Amang tihe Societies in the Joint Conference are: The Id-ho So iety of Engineers Idaho Irrigation Con g re38 , Good ' Road8 Assertion, Ida ho State Livestock Asso ia 4 n. Ida ho State Dairymen's Association, i da ho State Swine Growers Assn., i da ho Wool Grow'ers A6 sd., Idaho Seed Growers Assn , Idaho Potato Growers Assn., Idaho Honey Pro due ers Assn., Idaho Beet Growers Assn., Idaho State Threshermen, Idaho Poultry and Pet Stok Assn, Cattle and Horsemen's As-n., Fed ferated Rural Women's Clubs, and_ to for the next few years there I? an imperative duty upon state leg iC-atoree to cut out all frills. Si ate and city and county taxes Hard NO GINGERBREAD. With high war taxes of ail kind» should be trimmed down to lack only and the army holders should be asked light r,i6»t war demands and effects on Ihslr business and property have had to cut frills amd gingerbread. Good citiEtoB will pay all nacee sary taxes but are demanding that the costs be held down in proportion of o'f ce to march Thousands of private citizens to to te.nefl't® received, Go °d business men amd reopanTble taxpayers should be placed in con t r °! of legislature® and the fqt fry ' n S politiciens let out. - FOR SALE: Remington Typewrit er, nearly new. Inquire at this of flee. ' ' 1 4 ' Inseparable Mu: In modern S;:a: cical Instruments, ni.sh dances one finds the woman gracefully waving a tam bourine, while lier male partner agi tates the bones, or "castanets." The two seem to go together. Indeed, it has been so for thousands of years, They were played together as an ac companiment of amorous, and par tlcularly of bacchanalian, dances In ancient Carthage, In Athens long be fore the Christian era, and in Rome, On the Road to Success. That young man is wife who makes a or g"'>lz''s hi« ambition, and makes each day contribute som -thing to " ard Its fulfilment. Success often waTforthose who "re getting Tead^ or It. Over the desk of the boy or girl struggling with haul lessons that may seem at the present quite useless, let it he written in letters of gold: "I "'Hi study and get ready, and may he my chance will come." ^ 4 Auctioneering I my business I work for your interests on the Day of your sale i»Tj J. M. Swanson LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER Payette, Idaho Phone 118-M Tmi»0i May t . .. .eurce of Gil. It Is believed that large quantities of an oil with many commercial uses can be obtained from tbe nuts of the coyol palm, which grows prolificaliy in central and tropical South America. n p - wl10 lla< * to & P ea k in u ncr thern town traveled up from Lon don the night before, taking only TAKING NO RISKS ? small handbag with him. The train was very late in arriving, and the M. P. engaged a room at the first he came across. A servant and after showed him his room shuffling a bit, said: "Please, sdr, my instructions are, atty ba * gage t0 ^ h ™ . t0 P ** y advance " But 1 ve eot ' u SK a £ e ." «aid the f 1 ' P ". indienan< ll' Pointing to handbag, the "I know, sir," said the servant sternly. "But you've stayed too long on that already."—London Answers.