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KAHN POINTS
WAY TO ESCAPE
KFAVY TAXES
California Congressman Says
People lV!uat Cooperate
W : f ! : Government
Congn* -hi. tun .IuIIuh Kalin of Cali
fornia. H« iiior mem her of the Military
Affairs Committee of tin* House in a
signed Staten«nt given out it Wash
button. review h hiiefly
problems conirouting tin- government
in post-war finance and tin;«?* th«*
country to help congr«*: u* hold down
taxes. H«< said;
"How Is the I 'tilted Hint« * going to
pay her war debt: which arc* now be
ginning to Hood ti c nation^, *n*a. ury?
The outflow of public fumla tmiay is ui
most on a par with the «•> p«*ndllures
made while the war- was r ing AI
tliougii there are no mo e inunilhuiH or
implements of war to be purchased,
the engines of destruction whi n \m«*i
lean factories created to bring about
tlie downfall of the imperial govern
ment of German!, havi imI all lie« n
• ai I h«* heat y
lm ôf.*nt to r»*adjustit. ;
ar to a «•••act* basis.
Reconstruction Co t He.
It is no m ws to i ml. Mis • >t lr iorv
II* of 111 *
paid for
ex pemliln ms
the wo. lu from a
Th :i t
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to be told II» it the exp«*iiF«'H oi post
war recon inn lion have always b««.*n
as great and manv timed greater than
Hu* actual
Food mud he
io an* Hl 1 on
i aided
ar
m lay
shipped to (
foreign soil
I« * furl ; e * proj*
ur bu>
M< fiev m 1 Ht be
s 1 iving to «lo with
fitting thés«* I. .Ill« heroes of
suitable occupât i ns Tims«
b»*«*n nia'med mu.-' not b* m 1 to
come Into *•
Where l* the m m . to come fi m"
The people th* msehe*. although il * y
lent putt lotto and wholeheatt« *1 up
port to tiie rnnient* war : ; irn
and made unpre* edent* d Harhfi* «*■■«,
keenly felt the efT«*ct ol the lax«- im
posed in tin* tevenue bill Hm*h as th«*y
* had never fuçed b«*î«ire and would I. tt x * *
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PUBLIC LIVESTOCK
SALE
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I he undersigned will sell at Public Auction at their
east of Jerome, on
ranch, 1 mile
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FRIDAY, MARCH 21st
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TUP l-()LL()\MN(i DHSCRIBRI) PROPKRTY:
20 Head of Horses 20
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One black Mare, aj^e six y ears, weight 1700
One brow'ii Mare, aj>e 5 years, weight 1700
One bay Mare, a^e 6 years, weight 1000
One bay mare, age ô years, weight 1600
One grey mare, aj^e 6 years, vvt. 1600
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One bay mare, a^-e 7 years, wt. 1600

One bay Mare, a^e 7 years, wt. 1600
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One black Mare, ajje 7 years, weight 1500
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One black A1 are, agfe 8 years, wt. 15oo
One black (ielding-, agfe A years, wt. Uoo
One bay Gelding-, ajje 4 years, wt. !45o
One registered Cly ciesdaie Mare, 6 yrs. old, wt. KSoo, Peg;. No. 188o < >
Five or six lig-hter Horses

25 Head of milk Cows
Holsteins and Jerseys, fresh and coming- fresh, all good milkers and
plenty size, good bunch to draw from. Majority of them good Hol=
stein strain.
EARM IMPLEMENTS. ETC.
Plows, Mowers. Harness. Chickens, and other articles tot) numerous to mention.
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8 months time will be ^iven on bankable notes drawing, 10 per cent
interest. 5 per cent discount for cash.
Terms of Sale!
EMER1CK BROS., Owners
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Hartshorn & Clayton, Auctioneers.
R. W. \\ ilhamson. Clerk
t*
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Min... i, smb — — ai
• « ui i»mnu '0 to in view oi «•*
1 raorrlinary flrcwiiiHtiiiic^H. Now i tut
ar 1 h ove wh must I mi huiih
way of rainitiv rnoii**y to fliianco tin*
various i< r«*s ary (irojerta eunfrontlug
th« nation
tin*
People Must Cooperate.
Tin? in. a y coopérât«. and they
fan coopérai«* without paying heavy
ta\«*H. 'I ! «*> it continue to invent in
War Savingn St am pH, Lib* Tty Hunds
ami oilier go«» n.i;: nt Hemiritiea, and
help the government by helping them
selves.
Tin* gov«nifu**nt < itern Its citizens u
twofold proposition, mutually helpful.
Funds can he .aim d to help the gov
eminent meet Its obligations, by the
patriotic cooperation of the people*,
who are at the same time making as
afe an investment as cun be mad««
in securities, ha k«*d by the most Mtabi •
business on earth, ih.it of I nde Sam."
Glass Is Thinking of
Fifth Loan—Are You?
"I uay that It take« a higher
type of patriotism to serve thin
nation today that it required in
ih<* delirium of wui. ami that it is
the duty of the American people,
and 1 h«*liev»* the> will regard it
as th»*ir pri'. i!« g«*. to approach
that «I u-slion with some «leim-«- of
patriotism ami i i altogether upon
a commercial basin."
Secretary of the Treasury Gar
ter Gland.
Then* m*\«*i w
time in tiie his
tory «»f the United Slat**.- when the ut
most possibl«* stimulation of tin* sa\
in , habit meant so m ich to Individ 1 il
md national prosperity as it do«*s
rimer H Vu U. man, editor u!
Tl»e Hankers' .V
s-azine.'
We have won the war w •« must keep
.»ur arui> equipped to h* Ip enforce
peure hills must h«* met I>*nd
your inonex to tin- government Bu>
War ba'ings Stamps
VICTORY LOAN
QUOTA NOT TO
HINGE ON W. S. S.
Failure of Some Districts to
Reapportion Causes
Caange in Plans
Victory Liberty Loan quotas will not
h" affected by Thrift Stamp »ale» as
planned by the Treasury Department
tiie first of the year, it was announced
last January by Lewis 13. Franklin,
director of war Having» that wherever
Thrift Slump guolas were exceeded
the amount of oversubscription would
be taken from the coming loan guolu
and that if the Thrift Stamp quotas
were not reached the deficiency would
he added to the loan quota.
Cloveruor James K Lynch of the
Federal Reserve Hank has just
received a telegram from Washington
advising that the plan to adjust Vic
tory ls>aa quotas in accordance with
the sale >f War Savings Stamps has
been abandoned. The reason given
was that some of the Federal Reserve
Ih'trP'- were not reapportioning
Thrift Stamp quotas
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THRIFT MEANS
8p< -, Im.
ant iivei'a .
the -F ol
w.aelv io Hat.Bfy Iruport
' the present ami saving
one's Income to meet Itn
portant iji-i'ds of the future, leal
»ponluij lor trltlea today deplete
one's leaourcea so that tie cauuot nn el
Important needs and opportunities to
morrow. Thrift, like suceeaa, requites
two thing», planning; and will power
to carry out the plana. In abort, thrift
means success.
Thrift Stamps will help you to plan
and will hack up youi will power.
REGENERATION
Refoie I went to war I lived my
Hie
In lux iry and softness, seeing
naught
Of the despair and sad. unceasing
strife
Of thousands with whose lives my
ease was bought.
Kefore I went to war I took no
thought
Hut hcecjless. careless, dallied on
with sin;
Sa» not the price at which a soul
Is bought.
Nor knew the souls men buy as
mine own km.
I went t«> war-lore out ray dying
roots
From th«* stagnant soil and flesh
wad bedded in.
I'd thought to find my comrades
uncouth brutes—
Instead, found men. and learned
that sin is bin!
\nd Liberty! 1 learned to know
thy call
N God's own call to help th*
wo. Id in pain
Sj iod. I pray thee not to pardon
all.
Hut >h
not Jei nie clone m> eyes
addin'
Li.- .tenant .John H. Minns
Disraeli said. The greatest secret ot
suce, ; g in life to be* ready when
your opportunity comes Prepare with
r * ar Savings Stamps.
Of course tohocco
costs mom"
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"Everyfhinfi
\V h m
G'Vvl f T r f f*.
Clll-N
'mailer
n!'(;er life is
'j. * >. Mutine
docs.
Avant to do ;■ in
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cost i SÎ. to
'•dinary
fiennisu: iuh.-cc- sui
istaclion. 1 xv ni
money hv su itciiint
from or Jim
to C ravel >..
clifvv mail
p!u*i.
11 rite lit
fil.M 'N (jRAVHLV
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DANVILLE. VA.
chewing plug.
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Brand
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug paclu'd in pouch.
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First National Bank
A Problem Solved
ARE 'i OUR LIBERTY W ADS IN A SAFE PLACE?
theft? A
Are they protected against loss hv lire
bond is just as negotiable as a $i(,0 bill
think ot leaving such .t bill
desk. It is well to take
or
coupon
Y ou would not
arou .1 in a bureau drawer or in a
as good care ol your LIBERTY
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BONDS.
We r.ffcr you the protection of nur
FAR 1 MEN I for vour bonds and gtve
1 hen everv six months
S XFE KEEPING DE
you our receipt in
clip the coupons and
•*\ f »lange.
p.ace them to your ci* dit in out
w
W
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Sa v î n gs D p rt men t
At 4 per cent interest
duct of vour affairs.
Learn us our facilities in the
con
•Vhe institution
lo deal with
First National Banfy
JEROME. IDAHO
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Dont Forget lo Buy W .\R SA\ INGS SI AMPS
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$523.00
$500.00
$475.00
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$750.00
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