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BURNS, HRNEY CXHINTY, OREGON. NOVEMBER 16, 19 18
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LET OF SEPTEMBER
Status of Men not Entirely Gear
Information Lacking. Those
Otcr 37 Not to Fill Out Their
Questionnaire Says Telegra n. i
The I'resldent directs that' re-1
dstrants, who on September 12.1
191S. have attained their thirty!
leventh birthday, and who have re
ceived Questionnaires need not fill
out such Questionnaires, but they are
immediately to return such docu-.
meats to their Local tyoard No .
,iirge of delinquency will he enter-;
?A against any such registrants, (or
hi (allure heretofore to fill out and
return his Questionnaires, even j
though the time set for such re
turns is now past. Aad all charges of
delinquency heretofore " entered
smltst Milt registrants of auch ages, I
ao have failed to return their
Questionnaires within the time limit
et therefore will
made of no a((ect.
be cancelled and
141. James A. Dillon, Denio.
142. Joseph Hugman, Burns.
4t. Manuel O. Paquaga, Crana.
M. James M. Cain, Riley.
145. Lloyd K. Hill, Denlo.
146. Lee E. Reed, Burns.
147. Parley O. Williams, Burns.
S4S. Lars J. Johnson, Crane.
349. William B. Davis. Drewsey.
150. Kay Garrison, Blitsen. .
151. Maylou J. Gould, Burns.
H2. Frank Short. Burns.
.,. Willie H. McGee. Burns.
Harry A. Arnold, Suntex.
4harles T. urowu, otvfto.
Odes McElUsou. Crane.
Otto J. Peterson, Egll.
Carlton B. Parker, Bums.
Grover N. Jameson, Burns.
Carl Kobl. Bunit.
Frank B. Henry, Blitsen.
luiuij ('. Kicbman. Cat low.
Frefrtt Jackson. Beulah.
Charley W. Hoibrcoli, Ore
William L. Newton, Narrows
Bert L. Williams, Princeton.
Kusniu .i L. Hasmuseen, Burns.
Leroy H. Haskln. Catlow.
Frank B. Howard, Burns.
Clyde A. Oibbons. Hiley.
Martin Esnaola, Drewsey.
Arthur J, Leelc, Andrews.
Fraud.) C. Jaeqoot, Narrows.
I't rry S. Boyd, Demo.
Claud B. Quier. Princeton.
Charles O. Denstedt. Bums.
Albert A. Traugott, Burns.
HI in' r Jr.BMS, Hums.
Kay W. Barron, Burns.
William H. Camplx -H. Crane.
William J. Taylor, Diamond
Charles Krzlskc, Harney.
Russell K. Smith. Hums.
Osear West, Lawen.
Jacob L. Newell, Drewsey.
John Halderman, Burns.
Kan Hacknaus, Burns.
Hoy D. Stahl, Burns.
Andrew J. Shell. Deckley.
John Tipton, Venator.
QeoygS A. Tburlow, Burns.
Frank L. Anderson, Diamond.
Harold H. McLaughlin, Drew
sey. Thomas M. Seaweard, Alberson
Wilbert H. Hamilton, Dia
mond. Adelbert Cryder, Klley.
Frank Howell. Drewsey.
Austin B. Goodman, Burns.
James G. Kaycraft, Burns.
Clarence N. Wilber, Drewsey.
John F. Koontz, Reck ley.
.lame 1 '.V. (..-urliart, Van.
Walter L. Maazsy. Hums.
Buens B. I.uii.lrica, Andrew..
George K. Hoffet, Dreweey.
Fllipe Bgosctte, Andrews.
Piatt T. Randall. Bnrhs.
dooage a Sebriug, Becl
:, ...i-,... k trhomnsdn, Catlow.
I f 1 1 .
I :. I .
, . .. .;. iCttdtsla. Blltaon.
Prank f. Brows. Wild '
; i Vietor C, Oibsom Buroi.
; c tsr I'd" rson, Bill.
tdelvln H. Denaitn, Crane.
Li,!., a Parker, Hum.
i nomas Cleveland) Drea '
i at bee 11 Curry, crane.
'0 Hill II. Bryant, Hums.
121. London L. Noonehester, Bmi
Thomas Hutton, Kuulex.
I.ucio Alzuaran, Harney.
:4. Cortes Elliott, Voltage.
125. c.arl A. Ciieiiin, Hums.
126, Josepb K Pope, Hums.
127. Frank Oaiterson, Lawen.
428. Fred Oltmann, Hums.
429 Daniel K. Coleman, Princeton.
EBERT PULLED LAST
PBOP FOR PEACE.
1 'WS vMnUKWIBr pj ,
Hers Is the maa who nulled the
last prop from eadsr Boclem at
home. It Is Merr Bbsrt. Otrman
SoeUllst leader, who told the kai
ser aad bis salutary leaders that
unless they accented the allied ar
mistice terms In their entirety as
offered by General Poch tbat the
German Socialists would not guar
antee that there would not be rev
olutions at home the kind that
brought Austria's end.
Daniel n. Thome, Suntex.
David Slgrrtdsoh. Burns.
Pete Pelonto, Denlo.
Joseph Foster, Crane.
Henry E. Felton, Denlo.
Frank tCneny, Ueekley.
George D. Robinson, Burns.
I.ee Howrli, Drewsey.
William W. MlllerfcDrowsey.
William J. Petterson. Blitsen.
Charles E. Tullorh. I'
George il. Parker. Trine.
Waltor i:. Kesslnger, Suntex.
Frau !:ut;t, Vial
Edward Anderson, yarrows.
. ri - W. Chapman, Anil i
, !i I. Nihic, i.'r.siU'V.
sfsawl N. Thompson, Dmiio.
i a P. Dunn, Nan
4nrl i I i iii '!). Kuriyi.
i:.,r.-rt a urani 1V : i.n-
Will . ... Princeton,
Claude H. Brown, Burns
Charles Kohn, Hums.
Eugene H. Dathrlek, Denlo.
Clyde L. MeKelvey. Fields.
Claud I... Austin, Hums.
Robert I). Maker, Bam.
Kranklin O. Jackson, BuriiM.
George W. Holian, Hlitzcn.
James K. Weaver, Crane.
Samuel L.. Elliott, Alberson.
Pedre Artotla, Melds.
Charles B. Oady, crane.
Jarvis 1). Smith, Draws,
Alfred C. Welooms. Iiurns.
Rlemere U Mass, Hum-.
August Wllkle, PrtiiceiDii.
William S. Snyder, llurns.
Alonzo J. Jones, Hums,
liewey M. Quicr, Prineeton.
Jeo Rayas, Fields.
Pete G. Mai.ltey. Diamond.
O.orge Craddoek, Hums.
Albert Gibbons, Rfley.
George W. Johnson, Suntex.
Home D. C4M lit, Suntex.
Herbert B. Wright, Burns.
Manuel Darrageta, Fields.
George H. Bollenbaugh, Nar
rows. William T. Van Derveer, Drew
sey. (Continued on page four)
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SCHOOLS MAY OPEN ,
CN MONDAY, DEC. 2
No New Cases of Influenza een
Reported in the Last 24 Houia
And Improvement in Situation j
Looked for Within Short time
Thn Tlmu.-HnriM la Irtfnrmnii Rv
a member of the board tbat the
schoohi of this city will not open be
fore the first week In December at
least. Spanish, lnflajenxa still prevails
gnd has spread since last week there
fore it is not considered expedient to
attempt to raise the present quaran
tine regulations before that lime.
The Times-Herald had a telephone
conversation with Dr. Smith this
morning aad while there has been
but one case reported la the hut 14
hours there are several suffering
frosa influents and eases are salng
heard of out In the country. Several
Of the country cases have been
brtnignt, to town for medical treat-j
pent and nursing which increases the)
risk and exposure. Dr. Smith be
lieves that the situation may be defi
nitely considered within the next
three or four days, but after tbat It
is considered best by the school au
thorities to wait a time before re
The same circumstances will g
tii the opening of the churches, '
odges. etc. to regular serv'-e ant
rORMKit IIAIINKY (Sii'STV hoy
hU.I 1 AtTION
Word has been received by Mr.
gad Mrs. c H. Johnson, of Ontario
ih.it their son Elbert C. Johnson had
di( t in eetion In l"ranci Oct. the
ML This i nef message "Killed In
all the d tails given
Blberi Johnson wni railed from
i .; ; i;iii but ropol 'ed for duty
Portland oa the 24th of June. 1918 give to your own flesh and blo.od.
aMI was Inducted at Camp Howls but aroj strengthening the pulse
i In ii after three we,-k transferred to beats orhe naflorfal heart. There
Camp Kearny later from there to fore, carry on and do your utmost to
Camp MIiIh Irom v, here lie sailed lor make this wise and noble campaign
France on the eleventh Of August.
He was In Co. c. ISlth Inf. but
wa.i transferred some time In Hept-
I ember to the nith Machine- Qua Co.
i He leaves besides his fathi'r and
mother of flntarlo, his Wife and little
daughter atarjorte, who are with
Mrs. Jolinson's parents in Portland.
Besides these ha ha a brother Bm-
mett Johnson In Frame and two
sisters Mrs. Edd WBi'd of Drewsey
and Mrs. Harvey Hour of Ontario.
Fiber! Johnson was horn Aug. 12,
1895 at Burns and moved to Ontario
In the spring of 191:1. Ho was mar
ried on ."he
2Sth of July 1917 to Miss
I'lorencr Van Valkenburg of Payette,
but formerly of Burns.
Th- actual siguic.K of the arm-
Isttce and 'ho secession of war at
tJie lie Sea lb BOUT on the eleventh
day of the eleventh month will he a
mallei of history and u date long
remembered by the entire world. We
should change our Thanksgiving day
to conform to this date and make It
a world holiday
weather has become rather
ALLIES' HARVEST MOON
C00KCDL OF DEFENSE
hBj$ WAR WORK DRIVE
Unanswtr ble and Unavoidable
Obligation of Home People to
Pr a :rtc Welfare of Men Who
Crossed Over to Fight For Us.
The fohVwiug message was receiv
ed by tUe Rteto Council of Defense
from D. M. Beynolda, of tho National
Council ot Defonsc, Waihlngtnn, D.
C, with request tbat It be released
for publication in all papers In tho
State of Oregen:
"Grosvenor n. Clarkson, Acting
Director of the Council of National
Defense gad In charge of State
! Conncil activities, has asked the un
ited support of the one hundred
eighty thousand four' hundred units
of the contrail of defense system
throngho'it the country for Tue Unit- i
ed War Work ampalgn. Clarxson
has telegraphed all Bute Councils an
"I earnestly ask the grest council
of defense system to use all of its
vigor throughout its more than ene
hundred eighty thousand units in
almost every eoramunuy of the na
tion in support of The .United War
Work Campaign. In theae tremend
ous davs, when out of the asrfes of
em .ire new aspirations and hopes are
arising for nil rlvillzed peoples, we
who hav stayed at home have an
unanswerable and unavoidable oblig-
anon to -preserve tho welfare or the ,
men wno nave croscsn hair a worm
to fight for us. These men are a part
of the prorqlso of the coming years
for America. Anything that we can
do to maintain the freshness of their
outlook, to conserve their usefulness
to tholr native land, to show our
xratitode for what they havo offered
to lay down for us and for the decent
principles of mankind, wo are In
lmpli lienor bound to do American
tatk i.) the war Is not done until her
men pome home again. When you
an overwhelming success.
THE IMTKII WAH WORK CAM
PAIGN. (Wm. Farre Four-Minute Man.) .
The war Is over, but the duty of
the people toward the boys serving
the country at home ami abroad la
not furthermore, II will not ie torn
Ioiik time to i ome and who, but the
selfseeker will refuse to give to those
boys every comfort and pleasure
wlihln his lower, with a heart full of
thanksgiving for what tluy have
sacrificed and doue.
"Sell seekers carinK for themselves
To duty, honor, guClude are blind;"
lnt remember the day of accounting
Is yet to come, the only sacrifice mot I
of us have ;.,.n .ailed Uion to Blake
Is using "a little substitute flour"
and "limited sugar rations". When
the boys come home and each of them
are handed a verified list showing
the name of every individual In the
County, what they huve done to sus
tain the morals of the beys and, when
the balance sheet Is "final" the man
who has been allowed to slay at
K4M y W
Friends of Congressman Simeon
O. ress ef Ohio havs launched a
boom to make him speaker of the
Houss of Representatives. Re
sults In the recant elections will
likely cans a- warm contest fox
tbs speakership and give Champ
Clark another battle almost as
Stirling as his If jt congressional
race in Missouri.;
home and attend" tr his" profit" re
sulting from this wai-f and has shown
Utter indifference, or only given a
mere pittance of his time and sub
stance In return for soldiers .liven j
and saerlflies, will ocrupy an uu
envlfttJ,e ft0sUU,B , ,hm broad land
and can forever thereafter name his
own social status.
The true patriot will not only de
fend his country In time of war hut
he will, In times of peace protect its
rights, Its institutions and purity,
and share every reponslbllit Of
Hive to the Y. M.. V. V., K of C .
Salvation Army, Jewish Welfare
Hoard. Library Association and the
War Community Service uml you
help make a soldier, sailor or murine
happier and hitter.
Let every American citizen do Ills
full duty. Answer the nations call
ami Cilve All Vuu Can.
HON T I EAR SKIM Mll.li." BAYS
Skim milk contains not only the
riKht proteins but overyihiiiK ataa
including mineral matters needed for
,ne krowih oi the young.
"Don't be afraid of saim milh lu
ii... su it has a low commercial
value. gays u. V. Cbappolli assist
ant iinle.sor of du rying at ill
Oregon Agricultural College "Every
one kjiOWS that whole milk is an In-'
iilspeiisible foou for the young. It Is
comparatively senomlcal in the dial
of the adult. The only nutrient taken
from it in skimming is the hutlerfat.
"All of the sugar, which is appro
xlmately five per cent, all of the
..i 1..1111 matter, and aii o. lus prote ii
:-emaln alter skiiniiiing. As a ' I
builder skim niiiii is the equivalent
.if whole milk, but not as an energy
and heal producer. The tissue build
ing materials ure usually continued
in the more expensive foods, such as
eggs and meat, while the In at yield
lug materials are largely found in
,)ie cheaper foods, such as bread and
"Itecent experiments show that
skim milk contains an unknown sub
ttance (vitamlnes) absolutely -s
ential to the normal growth and de
velopment of the young. This sub
stance is (0Upd In but few oilier
roods. A really successful substitute
tot NS Ilk pr .iiii milk Iia-i do) yel
APPitK' ATi;S .lliiS. Wll.SONS
Airs. Chailes Wilson placed her
car.l in ( lit' (OS of pair ol' sm l,.i she
. mi foi i ui H d Cross and racelved
; he I'niieiVhij: mile r, appreciation :
Cams ' ewl .. Wash.. -N'ov. P., i
;; : F. A. I'..il(. C,
Mrs. ('has. Wil
I reels ed a pair Of SOOkS wllh
I our name in ilieni and I want I
thank you for them they are sure
Yours very trulj
It a Miml'ort to look at Orion
uml rtlrlus In these clear uutuuin
nights and to think that our boys
"over there" are watched by the
same kindly stars.
RED CROSS WORK GOES
ON FOLLOWING PEACE
Cessation cf War Reveal Picture
of Misery in Eur jpe Such as
World has Never Seen Before.
Continue as America's Agent.
The following message received
Nov. 9th from the War Council of the
A in er lean Red Cross and Oeorge B.
Scott, Oeneral Manager, is of vital
Interest to all of us:
"On February 10 last year nearly
six weeks before the United States
declared war National Red Cross
Headquarters advised its chapters to
prepare for war. That which has
followed In the record of the Red
Cross In helping to win this war and
to relieve the suffering growing out
of It, constitutes something of which
every American cltlsen has a right to
be proud. Every American Red Cross
worker must feel a sense of gratitude
In having had a share In It all.
"The moment Is now come to pre
pare for peace. Actua. peace may
come at any moment; It may be de
ferred for some time. Until peace Is
really here there can be no relaxa
tion in any Red Cross effort incident
to active hostilities.
"But with peace, let no one sup
pose that the work of the Red Cross
is finished. Millions of Amerli in
hovs are still under arms. Thous
ands of them are sick 'or wounded.
Owing to the shortage In shipping, it
may take a year or more to bring our
boys home from France. Hut what
ever the time, our protecting arms
must he aim ui them and their famil
ies over the whole period Which
must elapse before the normal lHo
of peace can be resumed
"Our soldiers and sailors are en
listed until tho commander In' chief
tells them there is up more work for
them to 96 in the war Let every
Red cross member and worker snow
our returning soldiers and sailors
that to care for their health, welfare
and happiness, wo are enlisted for I o
less a period than they are.
"iii.. c." it ion ,of war will r '
a picture of misery such in the . I
has never seen before, aapeoiall In
the many countries which cannot
,ip ibesnaelvbs. The American
pie v.iii eapect the Red cross to eo l-
tinue tO act as their ageni in cm .
lug broken spirits and broken bodii i.
p. sob terms and peace coatutfons n I
determine how ere may heal minis! r
o t be a-t str.c' - n areas a. i eb h
been burrowed by war. a.ul in this
great ae( of mercy, the heart and
i rt of tho American people mu t
untlnue to be mobilised through the
rican Bad Crow.
on behalf oi the War Council,
we aen rdlngly ink each member ol
our splendid body or worjceri
throughout the land to bear In nili ii
the solemn obligation which POStS U -on
each one to "Carry on' we ca -not
abate ono Instant In our efforts
or In our spirit There will he
abundance of work to do, and speci
fic advices will be given, bill aVOB at
the moment of peace let no Red
Cross worker falter.
"Our spirits must now call us n
show that it Is not the roar of cannon
or the blood of our own alone that
directs our activities, but that u gr. .
people will continue to respond great
ly and freely to Its obligations aid
opportunity to serve mankind."
c. n. BTIMBON,
Division Mamigi r,
Mrs. Prank Trisha has b it
sisting in nursing the InfluoH w p
tients at the i i md Raj ch Bhe r
portl all impro'.
,1. O. Cawlllehl n a I Hi-
Clerk's office a the co I nous
during the enforci d abaoi
Carroll who i i;i lul lU81
Hied II. T. Suhr. aged aboul
I eat I, ai I be oounty hospital s e it e
day. The luneral ua- conducted ti
dgy by Rev. Qeorgd A'ri.d of th
Naaarene church a'l the oemeter
Deceasod was a native Of Qermgur,
ii. ii. Ken h. familiarly n now n
Daddy" recently received a li
from h's son In-law, Mr. nv tatlti
that Mrs. Joy had died ol Spanish
Influenza and thai he and two dill,'
run were in tho hospital sick with It.
The family has been in Wa-hingio
for some time but they forinerh
aided at Hawen.