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0 O TKS PA' ,ks « ji i TKN PAGES O O u - A We«kly " N „ w "fJUpa '' Dov.., t n ri to the Interests of the Settlers of th North Slcie T r at cj t. no. ;i-' VOlr » JEROME, IDAHO, THURKDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, ItMU «2.00 PKK YEAK. orRKSKN-TS II» AH«» '• ^ N v ilo> AL IXI.N'EKRENCE It Lloyd KuberlH. pastor of local Presbyterian church, left Monday for Ne» Vork City, to be between ' « 1 Robert« Missions committee, represents the state of I mil meeting of the HC amt three weeks. is chairman of the joue i.f' Idabo Kurdgn and w Idaho at the "" national com ml nee, which Is now In York Pity. There will , bCMlOn III Ne only be 0110 r, 'i" e tute, ami that honored »111' Hie chairmanship tentative from each Rev Roberts bus ( Ur this »I" 1 '' Indicates that he Is Kid In considerable esteem by his two Sundays, : lellu» pastors He will be bulbs pull'll »'H 1jo 'Hied by other i Sundays as will absent partie« thune two K announced in the church column I ! o( this newspaper HI1M> MOVE I The Federal Abstract & Invest | \l C Stoll manager, j zeal company bare moved from their offices in the poll office building lo their new to dlkm In tin' east half of the build ing vacated by the Armstrong de partmeal store This Is an Ideal lo cation for au abstract and real es tate office, and the room ban been pirtltionril on. and fixtures of the latest type bav • been installed. Monday afternoon the hypnotist »ho goes with the carnival company no« operating on Main street placed cue of his subjects in the front show tmdo* of Mr .Stott's place, where h remained In a sleeping condition for eight hours Above the sleeping mo .c» the sign, If you are not lilMP get your abstracts, insurance and loans from the Federal Abstract i k lavMtmcnt company." The west room of this building is j 10 » occupied by the Cush Grocery | «or». Hugh Goff proprietor, he hav Ill moved last ... from his old kMtlOll ill the- bloc k next West. This Il tlM a good location for a grocery Hore, and with the addition of some it» Silures and an increased slock ; ; lit Golf now bus a cheerful looking | «or* j NORTH tl'IMJCTON Mr Roy Matt in has sold hts ranch nid »UI have a -ale of personal ef («fi next week fffam to Finland the near future Mr William Henning, of Jerome *u railing on old trtecdi lait week He Is planning to ; with his family In neighbors -and Mr« Charles Anderson nrcoiiipan M by Mr« Kayslnger, motored to Heir Lake« for fruit. Mrs. James Perry, Jerome, ha« beet, quite 111. to» much improved. Mr and Mr« Buck, of Buhl, bulatu callers at the Charles An Jetton home northwest of | hut Is ere recently. Harold ami Frank Carton were M>ln Saturday night campers at filuf Lake«, bringing home fruit The boys thing this Ih s fine •*y lo combine pleasure and work Mr Bürgerin* has bln °»1"1 In Oil« ** bu«y (or on 1 threshing neighborhood and some time. «Ill ont ml»-; Jl h 2 " acco " nt of n »light cave-in 1 e (op, has been repaired and Is *** | n In good shape. Richard», and Everett« Saturday bi tin Mf- Dodson '«Uly by from M The well on he James »•<'« which has been out of < Culver no:. AVhohreys. Ander were at Wendell ■ Mason sale crowd, added lo his flock re a purchase of some fine r. S Tr.tiber. HLl.ldt their CISTERNS The ... cannl through Jerome ,olr * »llhoiigi ,ac Ji ihap ror.er > not completed, wan In e as to allow the passage w»tor through It beginning, '* rl °r of ti,,) for the three last Friday. The In c-nnul is completed. Dill hanks require th« Mt-rlor of th 0 '«•Merabi.. work yet, ryhocly who had cisterns;' a« . advantage of th " orde <l them "J »ater Mo«t fVl* 'ook opportunity and stored quantities sufficient to water the stock, «Onslderablo length of lime. lor a ANOTHER carnival here , 7,18 United Pllche, «« Mm «•«bill Roast shows have Hielt -•'I at the customary place " «reel and will close their Saturday. This Is the sec . ttr "lv"I for Jerome this season -u IN Ho| *E ON BUSINESS n«y ^ n ' 5 8u P»rlntendent Mr». Kear „.b,: 1,0180 Ihe flrsl three day» hlr i. n °l attending the »Int« f ' bul "chuol business. MOTOU TO I AUKiKM V Mrs Si.-lia ,1 M «ore Her uou U u by i„ |,„ lo "la. un.l will re until i|„. a<'i:oui;i|)it:,.,l All«. I'allfot «Ith him •mis next Jo,,,. ] 'Heading l.eland Stanford font Darlington, anoth er of the graduates of j H s , year, will al.,o attend Sla-.f„.',, am! Hie Ihre. .main there 'bool yuar • Ruby is ; university auto in to "ip uverlai.il h } DON I FORGET! I I T, Ha 1» Salvation Don't allow this lo pass with further this week Army opportune eek of ut doing y oui Pari !.. Worthy >our appreciation cause, and show , . Hie Splendid I work performed gratuitous h> , hi - organization ( ur of hoys dollar definite g will cm there. made to count for sonn. In the w urhl Don't wait t over I'- very ill he ml be personally soli, ii ed. Mall your c heck lo I K H, treasurer, Jerome come county's Lofs g cm.ell. Do n now' allotment 1 » jir.tm. Je over. Salvation Army Committee GOT THIim 1 1 \ Vs Claude Lee who Eden some ns arrested at | weeks ago for running a , u . Ks , , rv n l)lvrm , , «ILL NOT REORt.AMZI M.\V still, by Sheriff Wb tie. and later turn- " the federal authorities ed over ti ; pleaded guilty it the federal court elileni ed to thlr- ! last w k and w. ty days in Jail seem that it Is not fense to engage In the At this rate it ould a vi ry serious ef lure manu: of moonshine whiskey Friday evening at the Falls school house hold lo consider the city a mass meeting w.t matter of re Fttlls City highway County Commissioner An ... district was present lo repre sent the hoard of county commission ders Anderson •TH The Falls City highway district was at one time r.n organized high way distric t, under the old law. and voluntarily annexed some territory, j » IHch. w hen the county divisln:. took I place, was cut off from the distric'l„( leaving them with their • gi ,.il tc-i. rflory They naturally s*.pp d the d l( .v organized law ful', [territory in the with this first plac e , a id had not reduced their territory tit ion. they would remain an ..rg. i livision or v.lin lied distiit after But. as the existing district wn di vided when the county Was divided, and as the new law clnr-llbs them as an unorganized dlstri l. It sec-ms |llyey cannot transact hmi.iess as c highway district until they !• og.cn lie*, and to do so they must h. c- a million dollars now have only about three fourths of that valuation, and will therefore! remain outside of any highway -i s county if valuation. They trlc.t until I belt '■ luntlo. in. reuse ; to one million dollars In the meantime they rond overseer, »elected at this nia-s meeting and later In be appointed be the board u ho 111 h: vc- a -f county coninilsslom-r road Im ill superintend the* provemenlH In tin I locality be paid for by the county They will lie furnished with a gicb ' nn ,| other neecsserv tools out of the b-' -ril to same county funds A. L. Dewhlrst those resent, numbering about t ly-flve, ns the road overseer l'> I elected was "ID 1 SEN A TOB IIEISS RETURN s returned i the* I ■asi j AA' A Reiss Senator Tuesday from a month's Hslt in •eilt Ii.* ami Mrs. Ilclss east. York City, slopping as far as Neu en route at Niagara Falls and Bnlin ,f their i Nil Jo, hut the main part in Morrison. Illinois, which Is was Clark. Their son. their old home remained in the east to Miend mill tary school, and Mrs. H.-tss did m.i -ome homo with her husband, but clay « w be I ; r ten week Hit wbocker. . a |so visiting In Morrison will return In a «til. Mr and Mrs an WILL OPEN ART GIFT MIDI* Mrs L L. LnmbUth and d night Monday for ball business Miss Will«. ' l ' ft 0,1 Lake City on a and pleasure trip of « week s Hon. Mrs. Lamhuth Is opening ' , art and gift »hop in the bn.bln . 'formerly occupied by the < ream I cafe about October 1st, and it 1» connection with Ibis that the Miss Will» I» comhln ed til nil eii Is being made. lief week's vacation from stenographer in \\ Joying « duties ns Peters' law office. A " H I. ENG AI. E IN ' ! ' K ' 'Mll.i; BUSINESS At a meeting of the stockholders 1,1 Ul " 1 'iml company and Pumping company, held »'I* 1 *'lecided to lo « "•'«». on the on September 13th, it organize a stock com bi the •ngage mercantile '- principally the lumber hus basin. North side tract, f the stockholders It Hie opinion Hiat lumber and building material generally could he secured for the •opt than Is now by organizing the settlers at being a less charged, propose»! o m pan y . When $50,000 v ' ürl1 ' of stork lias been purchased organization will he completed. If is not nece the esKiu y to he a stock *" ,lller 1,1 Hie ( anal company or the ''""'Uto* coin,.at,v to buy stock In the Hew . cm but on the contrary •Olll so is in purch.r e stock. Stockholders only will share in the any one who wishes to d vited ti dividends of one. whether the company, hut any a stockholder ur not. can purchase lumber at the regulation price which may he set. The concern hopes Hi'' more rapid development new to aid it '.I the trie l. Bl MPER CROP Ol STUDENTS Schools and tin- country days, since been as heavv colleges throughout are experiencing sunny enrollments have never When the selective educational in draft dropped iiiln ' " 1> itiOIIS tiler e » nothing left but dormitories and threatening The Federal gov v aea in usury deficits eminent stepped imo the breach and Used the different Institutions for supplying technical and academic training tc members of the Student Army Training Corps. Then immed iatelv upon the signing of the misfire this corps was ar ilemohllized, ("I." - .' Ing w hich the schools and col ''ge pulled down their shades, or utilized the opportunity t paper und redecorate Il w a - at this stage of the shift in affairs of tin educational institu tions that a piece of work was done by E K Hall, business direc tor of the Student Army Training Corps, thin completely disproves the undent theory that red ti pe c annot he un governmental operation: Mr. paint. tit-.l In II11 w a confroute d with the problem utelh, Is fc. r cm; colleges and schools ith ihe govern ment aggregating $H.aäC,4 7 4 Field forces and special agents of the gov ernment were utilized In promptly providing Initial rec onslruc tlot that had ontr.o Is collecting all data In connection with the cancellation of the contracts, and within three months from the* tlnn* the lirHl claim.- were* Ille I all claims hut ere* ad justed and paid. During June the balance c-f the claims were* settled, establishing a record of settlement of the entire* 686 claims amounting about a hundred tll $.s;*r. l _■ 4 r.7, in prac tically fern It is doubtful whether th 111 olltll : if Ihe whole war re niflent service in con administration veals more t . t ion with any of ihe transforma t icitis connected world upside down, and putting L right side up again. Tin* colleges and sdn reaping tin benefits from the seeds lin y sow ed when they gave llndi support to Uncle fa the ith turning ds are now loyal and patriotic S im by enlisting twetr complete I jin ics. for the* boys of the country having secured a taste of Ihe rl< D of higher education, are io*« entering the* accredited voluntarily I institutions all over the* country which is one of He bool centers of the nu Washington. principal » Hun, dormitories and rooms in near buildings arc* all tec-rng taken if the fall term, and d' by for the reports from trv Indicate opening other parts of the con that Ihe most successful the* history of these Instil year Hons Is at baud SOI.D (> Alt AGE disposed of bis garage \\ W .. ill ( «III t i II it ] ll eut Ion Iiieni-poriiled under the firm name Oliver Hill b.-i-. business S. Paul, who Auditor ('minty t AA'flson and W. the* business at Ihe old Hill garage, having ni the d Auto company. Hie tc-roiin* HOME from THE FAST anil Mrs. H. O Hill have re their eastern trip, huv litg been gone about a mouth. They art of this time In New A oi k loisl Mr I.ed from spent 1 * ami transacting visiting I on the return (lev HC»». the «Ici b trip visited Th '• .m Minnesota, allied from Mlnnesot: l*t un by • ttccnp Hill'« parent«, and also bis bi-otu visiting here for to Cali .-u Mr. Aft et er and wife*. time the parents will go make their home in future. a forain, lo I I. W. \V. PUH IJ CATIONS SEEK TO RUSSIANIZE AMKKIOA If you do not believe that there is a deliberate propaganda to bring about an industriel revolution in our country and Russianize our Institu tions, read the following ex cerpts from the official bulletin of the Industrial Workers of the World. There are 4 60 publications of hand to band among the workers in large industrial centers from British Columbia to the Mexican line in all western states. A revolution is sought to be forced on the free country in which we live and where the average citizen has had more prosperity, high er wages and better living conditions than anywhere *n the world and where government is based on the right to peaceful ownership of pro perty and peaceful pursuit of inclut try, whether it be large or smell, with a free field for all citizens to devel op the talents God has given them. Are you aware that ell this freedom of individual initiative and enter prise is attacked and condemned as capitalistic by the revolutionary ele ments? Program for the Overthrow (From I. W, W. Official Bulletin. Fresno, Calif. ) "Organize and put the boss In a pair of overalls. "The six-hour day looks good to the worker, and like h—1 to the boss Boost for the six-hour day. "The earth and the fullness there of belong to the workers! Organize ai il take them. "Organize and get the six-hour day "Organize ami free the class-war prisoners "Organize and get better wages, hours and conditions. "Organize and take over the mines for the workers and put the masters to work * ♦ "Capitalism In Europe is slowly dying and the workers are being driven into the streets to fight the police powers of the dying states be hind the barracks. It is inevitable that the same conditions will arise in this country, but we have more time in which to prepare for the cata clysm. Prepare now while it is yet day. 'for the night cometh when no man can work ' "Build your industrial organiza tions now and il will lessen the shock of revolution and facilitate the tak ing over of the means of production and distribution of the needs of life by the workers when capitalism falls. ''Industry cannot be run without the* industrial Union. Build the In dustrial Union now and you will not have to build il in the chaos and an archy and disorder that will follow in the train of tin* revolution. "Industrial solidarity uow means more of peace and order in the dark days ahead." AI I. MEN RETURNED FROM SERA ICE SHOULD ENROLL The meeting that was called last Friday evening for the formation of a local post of the American Legion was attended by a considerable num ber of returned soldiers, sailors and marines, and twenty-five names were enrolled as members. Lieut. John 1 Hillman was elected chairman; Harry Nitns, secretary; and Lieut. E. D. Piper. Lieut, Cloyse Nims and Capt. C. R. Bulky publicity committee Tlic* application for membership of the Jerome post in the national or ganization has not been sent in yet, as it is desired to enroll more names before seding in the application. Accordingly another meeting is called for tomorrow evening. Friday . September 26th, at eight o'clock in Masonic hall, to which all returned soldiers, sailors t.inl marines are in vited. and urged to attend, as it Is hoped that at this time a much lu crevied membership can be had. and I Pb'D-d lion the organization can he com WILL A ISIT IN COLORADO Mrs Warren Park, of Hailey, came to Jen,me Tuesday, and Wednesday she and her nloce, Mr.". Ralph Bur roughs. left for their former home in Colorado to visit friends aud rela tlvos :• few months. RETURNS FROM NORTH 11 » All*» Mrs. L. A. Wright returned Tues day from a six weeks' visit in Boise and Payette, her folks living at the latter place. the c-roj) around Payette is wonderful, and the people are ex Mrs Wright says that most | tremely prosperous and happy. "SBCKET SERVICE" In "Secret Service," a Pararnount Arlcraft special at the Rialto Thea tre Friday and Saturday of this week, the management promises something unusual. There is plenty of genuine emotional and dramatic action and plenty of thrills. The great actor, Robert Warwick, plays the stellar role, and is ably supported by such notables as Wanda Hawley, Theo dore Roberta, Raymond Hatton and Irving Cummings, This is a special feature In every sense of the word There will be prices of admission, and everybody should see this great picture. no advance in the I J»OK WHO'S HERE Arrival« at tie North Side Inn for I he week : C. S. Eddy, Spokane; P. J. Hurley, Boise ;T. G. Mays, Salt Lake; Jas. Hughes, Bluckfoot; J. W. Jefferson, Boise; Ray McKaig, Boise; H. F. Samuels. Boise; J. D. Brown, Boise; W. J. Miller, Omaha; H. R. Miller. Salt Ldke; C. W. E. Miller. Salt Lake; Griffith. Denver; Miss Lois E. Smith. Pasadena; Frank Lewiston ; J. Lew is, Deeth, Nev.; A. V. Shuler and wife, Minneapolis; L. W. Cutler and wife, Minneapolis; Mrs. Minnie Cra mer, Spokane; N. G. Smith, Boise; G. N. Conard, Chicago; Otto Bagley, P. Harper, Chicago: Wm. H Salt Lake; E. S. Campfield, Port land; Joe Cohen, Boise; J. P. Kay, Spokane; A. M. Ashhaugh, Portland; V. D. Cloud. Salt Lake; V. R. Mill er, Kansas City; W. E. Schulpe, Salt Lake City. OUT OK LOVE C LUB NOT ALL JILTED ONES No. the Out of Love Club is not made up of Jilted girls. Many of the members have beep jilted—nay. cruelly used by conscienceless men in the past—but that isn't what the name means. It Just means that what is done by it is done out of love and affection and good-will for all those who suffer and need a help ing hand. Commander Evangeline Booth stated recently that 85 per cent of the unfortunate girls they had taken in for reclamation had turned out well. Hundreds of them have been placed in service and it is the rule of the Salvation Army to follow up the girls who leave the home, to keep track of them for throe years at least and see bow they turn out. Sometimes the girls are only .on glad to report frequently. There was the girl who sat out to starve herself to death on a park bench. It vvs one autumn night when a man's voice called up the matron at this home and told her that he was much concerned over a girl who had sat for several hours on a bench in the little park opposite his house He watched,her in the early morning and at night, he said, and he was convinced that she* hadn't moved: he thought she seemed in great trouble. So the Adjutant of the home, which faces the same park, ran out and hunted up the bench where the girl sat. "Come! Come with me and 1 will take you to a place where you will be more com | f orta ble." she told the poor creature who was n pliable object indeed, her hair matted, her face thht and drawn, her eyes vacant and glazed, her c lothes torn and wet. The girl shook her head. "It's no use talking to me -I'm going to sit here till I starve to delh," she* said in a dull monotone. For un hour the Salvation Army woman pleaded, argued, tried every way to induce Ihe half crazed girl to go with her. Finally, not daring lo leave her there, she told the girl that if she didn't come a policeman would be culled. At this she gave in . im) W0I1 , Ii look weeks of nursing and care to win from the girl her story. It was one of misunderstanding and trouble at home and harsh treat ment that had driven her out into the world, where lack of training made il impossible for her to get work and she was soon without money. Now that girl is an assistant in the Out of Love Club, where she Is busy and happy all day. and the matron says she* has saves many another girl who was tottering on the brink of despair. MARRIAGE LICENSES John W. Phillips to Mrs. Lela Baker. Theo. H. Rantzan to Vivian L. Markte. R. E. Land to Beulah Mae Mason. DISTRICT COURT CONVENES UN JEROME OCTOBER 27 The first term of district court ever held in Jerome county will con vene at the court room in Jerome on October 27th. It has prospects of be ing a lengthy term if the docket is cleaned up, as there are already be tweeu 150 and 200 docket. cases on the It can naturally bo sup posed, however, that a large number of these will be settled out of court at the last moment, and also that a considerable number more will be continued to a future term for one reason or another. A WONDERFUL STORE During the past month or so R. J. oats has been building some fea tures in the rear of his Jewelry store which are now almost completed, and which give this store the distinction of being the only Jewelry store in the slate having sound-proof booths - for the demonstration of talking machines, Mr. Gouts did most of the construction work himself. There are three double-glassed, sound-proof booths on one side of (lie hell, and on the other side are the office and optical testing room, both having the sound-proof glassed walls. Above the latter two rooms is a balcony to be used for the manu facture of optical goods and phono graph repair work. The wood work is mahogany finish and has a very neat appearance. Mr. Coats also has built a record rack which has a ca pacity of 3,000 records, and he ex pects to stock up with records until it is full. With the front room already ele gantly fitted out with expensive fix tures and a large stock of Jewelry and Edison machines, this is a very up-to-date establishment. ELDORADO HEIGHTS Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kays and fam ily. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Salladay and son, and Mrs. Harmon Davis were callers at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. George Salladay and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Griffiths on Sunday afternoon. At the community sing last Wed nesday night, it was decided to meet with Mrs. Albert Strain for the fu ture "sings." There will be another one on the night of October 1st. Miss Ursula Watrous, of Jerome, spent the week-end with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Griffiths. Mr. Cassins King has a Sludcbaker ear. The Christian ladles aid society spent a very ei.Joyr.ble afternoon with Mrs. Eckert last Friday. They tied two beautiful comforters aud later partook of an elaborate luncheon served by the hostess and hoe daugh ters. George Salladay and hia father made a business trip to Twin Falls last Friday. Mrs. E, C. Frost has been quit« sick for a few days this week, hut is better at the present writing. Little Marjorie Ca rlson, of Je rome, spent several days this week with Mr. and Mrs. Bishop tffhlle her parents were in Salt Lake. Vivian LeMay is working for Mr. Tooley. Irene Rigney, Maude Heasley. John Sharp and Reed Brooks spent Sunday afternoon with Margaret Strain. Dale and Esther Atwood left Sat urday for Corvallis. Oregon, where they will enter school, not expecting to be at home again until next June. On last Wednesday evening a fare well party was given in their honor at their home. A most enjoyable ev ening was spent by the large crowd otlheir young friends w ho w ill greai ly miss them. Miss Mabel Fainuan called Sunday evening at the Griffiths home. ADDRESSED FARMERS' MEETING A meeting in Amusement hall Thursday evening attended principal ly by farmers was addressed by H. P. Samuels, of Salmon City; Ray Mc Kaig. of Pocatello, and Joe Burns, of Pocatello. They are all reported as being good speakers, and their speeches were mr.de front the Non partisan standpoint. WORKING ON LINCOLN AVENUE The surface is now being laid on the pavement on Lincoln avenue, and in a few days this thoroughfare will he opened up to the public. As soon as Lincoln avenue Is com pleted It !s the intention to then start from Lincoln avenue and pave that portion of Main street lying east of Lincoln avenue. This will open up three approaches to town.