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CITY BRIEFS
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Mrs. C. O. Clemons returned
her home at Idaho City. Wednesday,
after an over Easter visit with her
A. E. Clemons and V.mily. 712 I-rce
port street
Edgar Hawley» of the Internal Re
venue department, has been in Cald
well the pa*t week on official busi
ness.
J. Ed. Miller, Henry Vin»on and
J. R. Clemons left Wednesday for
brief business visit to Longview,
thriving new Washington lumber
town.
Thomas Daugherty of Wilder was
was a business visitor in this city
Wednesday afternoon.
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Saturday Special Sale on after
Easter hats. A wonderful collection
at a big reduction. M. E. Gilgan
Sarchct. Below Saratoga.
Funeral services were held Tuesday
afternoon at 3:00 o'clock from
Methodist church for Mrs. J. W. Ko
walk who died Sunday morning
lowing a two months illness. Burial
took place in Canyon Hill cemetery.
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for the Western Mews Paper Ln.on
with headquarter, at Salt Lake, was
a business vus.or m this city Tuesday.
J. Sherman Potter returned
Wednesday afternoon from M'ampa
where he has been attending a three
day session of he Preshyfry that was
being held in (hat city.
Fred Hifchings, traveling salesman
Dance given by Security Benefit
at Moose temple, Friday April 25.
Refreshments and good music. Ev
cry-one invited.
adv.
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M. H. Gibbons was a business vis
itor in Boise Wednesday afternoon.
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C. M. Nickle arrived Inme Tuesday
morning from Los Angeles, Calif
where he has been for the past nine
months.
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William Peters of M'owberg, Ore.,
is spending a few days in this city,
having been called here by the death
of his father Geo. B. Peters.
Saturday Special Sale on after
Easter hats. A wonderful collection
at a big reduction. M. E. Gilgan
Sarchct. Below Saratoga.
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Mrs. E, J. Smith left Thursday
morning for Noti, Oregon, where she
will spend thc summer.
ad v.
Arthur Kelchen of Boise is spend
ing a few days in this city visiting at
thc home of his daughter Mrs. Earle
Boyes and famly.
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John Cupplcs was a Boise business
visitor Thursday.
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Fred Walmsley of Parma, manager
of thc Parma Milling and Elevator
company, was a Caldwell business
visitor Thursday.
Vic Stollc and Dr. J. C. Lay of
M'ampa, promoters of the Lakeside
country club were in Caldwell Thurs
day, guests of thc Caldwell Krivanis
club.
BUCKNER FUNERAL SERVICES
HELD
Funeral services for AI. Buckner,
21 years old. colored, were held from
the Peckham Undertaking parlors
Thursday morning April 25. Ser
vices were in charge of thc Rev. G
F Nixon, buricl look place in Canyon
Hill cemetery. Mr. Buckner died
Tuesday afternoon at the home of his
parents 309 Denver street after a
short illness. He has for some time
been employed as a dining car cook
As near as could be learned this was
the first funeral for a member of this l
race to be conducted in Caldwell.
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FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Hear Rev. Francis E. Pond of Wal- J
la Walla. Washington at the revival
services this week, corner of 9th and
Sunday services: Sunday
m.. Praise scrvica '
11:00 a. m., Preaching service, 11:30
a. m. All are cordially invited to at
tend.
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CAVALRY INSPECTION
Federal inspection of the local
iTiiard until by regular army officers
from Salt Lake will take place Satur
day evening April 26. The mounted
inspection will take place at the
park at 7:30 .and the dismounted
spection will be held at the I. O.
F. temple at 8:30. The public
cordially invited to both inspections.
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HIGH SCHOOL WINS
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Caldwell high school easily won
league baseball gamq from Franklin
high Wednesday afternoon. The score
was 16-3. Mickle uncorked a good
game for the local team while his
gamc should have been a shutout but
for an untimely error by Pete Kim.
sistants clubbed out runs whenever!
they felt like collecting them. The
MARRIED IN CALIFORNIA
Word has been received in this city
from Sisson, California, announcing
the marriage of Miss Bessie Pearl
I-aws, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Wil
l am Laws, residents of this communi
ly. to George G. Nicholson, also
former Caldwell resident. The wed
ding took place on Saturday April
19 at Sisson, where they will make
•H» ir home.
friends for their kind assistance to
us during the passing and burial of
2 Ur bclOV,d I,aln, • alSO for ,hC raany
.dorai p)eces , e.pccial thanks to the
W O. W. lodge. Mrs. W. A. Miller,
Mr. L. O'Donnell, Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Quick and Mr. I R. Judd.
Signed: Mr and Mr, Clay Cox.
an r. and Mrs. ke Jonos.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our faithful
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Railroad to Help
Relief Program
Gnion Pacific Pledges
Co-operation to Pro
ject Settlers
Assurance has been received by R
T. Mur t. secretary of the Caldwel
Commercial club, that the Union
Pacific railroad is intensely interested
in relief proposals for western pro
jects and anxious to co-operate in ef
forts to obtain federal assistance for
hem
This is the essense of a letter re
ceived Thursday by R. T. Hurtt from
Carl Gray, Union Pacific president
•n answer to a communication sent
him recently asking for hc'p. The
matter, Mr. Gray writes, has been re- J
erred to thc agricultural committee
headed by H. M. Adams, vice presi
dent of thc company.
Loeal assistance in keeping the
.•ommiltce informed on needs for fed
eral projects and upon constructive
work sought was asked hy Mr. Gray.
TRIBUNE -
Classified Advertisements
BRING RESULTS
OLD PAPERS for ante Tha Tribuna 1 I»OST—Sunday, between 217 N. Tenth
office, 811 Main St. If wtrcct and Saratoga hotel, a Ston«
I Marten Choker. Reward. Mr». 8 RarJe
Boyes.
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IMtKSS MARINO -Mr. J O T'r'dor
1JS Cleveland ttlvd. 3B-«3p WANTED—A
Wupd.
good. steady. gentle
. manly salesman to handle a Ward r
'• , \I-I- t sed Ford ears. In good wagon In Canyon County. No expert
condition, prl-es ranging from $so erne needed For full parti.ula «
' • fî.ii These are exoeptlonal bar- write promptly to Dr Wards Med I-a
K ord It «'III pay you to Investi- Company. Winona. Minnesota. Kstah
gale Caldwell Motor Co. 3ttfe lished 1S56. 3('.-38i
B — s aeres, house and out» FOR RENT
buildings, alfalfa, fence, pasture
balance under cultivation. Phone S20
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-I'tang, phone 610-J. 33-tfc
W \NTBD—One good Hronze gobb'er
at once
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Phone 487-J2.
You meet the requirements of
Social Etiquette in conventional
printing when you use
Emboss-O-Graved
Wedding Announcements. Betroth
als. Birth Announcements.
Visiting Cards. Business
Cards. Letter Heads, etc.
New Proce»*—Not Engraving, but En
graved Effect* Without the
Expense of a Plate
Ite Caldwell Tribune Pub. Co.
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GIFTS TO FILL
OUT OLD FILES
Local Book Lovers May
Revel I n Piles o
National Geographic;
Just Received
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the value
which can not be measured in dollars
>in ,j ccn j. One is a we'come addi
,; on t£) t i, e reference department
the form of back files of the National
The local Carnegie Library is
rccc j pt 0 j , w0 gjj ,
Geographic Magazine from 1900
1911, inclusive. The list is very near
. -y CO mplcle. .and when bound, will
valuable addition to the magazine
„ hf!veSi antedating the presen- filet
The second and even more win
able gift is a carefully treasured fam
■ ily relie —a copy of the New York
Tinl( , s i, farin g the da'e. April 2?. 186?
The first plge and Iims , o( , hf Iasf
is devoted to depicting the obsequies
of President Lincoln. in striking
contrast with the voluminous presen'
day •'Times'' is this modest cigh'
nage daily with its poverty of glaring
h „ dliner Doubtless every available
j var : iV j on in lyoc was pressed into
»«vice »o portray the elaborate pre
-., ra(ions for the last sad ritM in
^nor of the nation's martyred chief,
fhe first ha!f column contains
oractica „ y a „ of thc heads and sub -
hr<ld# announcing the obseoIlie , of
I one of the world's greatest statesmen.
Thc classified ads and the local
foohall hour are far more conspicuous
j in thc present cVty news sheet.
The account is detailed in the ex
treme, even to .t description of the
appearance of thc remains and the
rapid approach of dissolution. The
undertaker is named, a'so the photog
rapher having exclusive right to take
pictures of the event in various set
tings.
Thc texture of the paper itself is
more like thin parchment than our
present day product.
This historic sheet is the gift of
our fellow townsman. Mr. George II
West, as is also thc Geographic mag
Thc magazines will be in
azines.
valuable for research work and the
copy of the times will probahlV hr
placed under glass for protection,
and will form the nucleus for a col
lection of valuables of general inter
est.
Weak Eye*? Camphor
If you have weak, ach ng eye, try
-impie catmhor witchhazel, hvdras
irs ctr as mixmt in f avop'tk eve
»ash. One small bottle helps any
ase weak, strained or sore eyes. Al
uminum eye cup free.
Cold Weather is
Feature of Week
Idaho
Southwestern
Fruit Generally Suf
fers from Cold
Although some afternoor- were
moderately warm, the week a.
cold for the season and
of
whole was
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heavy to killing frosts were
most nightly occurrence,
turcs for below freezing were recorded
in the warmer valleys. Con-j
fruit resulted.;
Tempera
! even
j sidcrablc damage to
I Estimates as to extent of damage
I vary greatly and it is probably
of L, )]r to lùrm a V cry accurate opinion
| j n t [ lc mattcr There was considcr
j a j > j e c j ou dine*s but t>o .appreciable
in amoun t of precipitation occurred
E r j s k w ; nds obtained much of the time
rapid loss of soil moisture
in
to raus:n g a
farm work made satisfactory progress
j,ui g rowt h of vegetation was much
] rctardcd by lack of warmth and mois
turc.
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The lesson of caring properly
for the teeth and mouth is one
which many of us did not leant
early enough—to our present
sorrow.
For the kiddies of to-day. how
ever, the lesson of mouth hygiene
is easy to learn and pleasant to
practice when the Klenzo method
is usod.
Common-sense Klenzo Dental
Creme twice a day regularly—ap
plied with a good Klenzo Tooth
Brush. And a daily gargle or
washing with Klenzo Liquid Anti
septic to complete the work.
A simple formula but wonder
fully effective.
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It add, a lustre of newne,, to your old clothes. We can
. .-c v , ery bad,y , 8oded garment and restore it to the
beautiful garment it was.
We will call for your dresses, suit*— in fact any piece of
a ringToday^ retUr " ll * at »*fying results. Give u*
take a
Men's Suits Cleaned and Pressed
^0 per cent off
$ 1.00
on everything else
Troy Laundry & Dry Cle aning Co.
We call jot and deliver
Phone 250
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Moaning of ••Equinox."
menas literally
Tbe term equinox
"equal night.' There are l«u equi
noxe*. tbe vernal and tbe auluuiu<'
When they oeeur Ibe
north or south, oier tbe
in each year.
»un pas sea _
equator, and tbe length »I night and
day U equal over the entire «orld.
The equinoxes occur about tbe 21st
lUrcb and the 21st of September.
Mother Was Particular.
^ mistress nutsed her maid through
, tack ut measles and then sent
; ^ aw(|; ,„ r „ Ml'» liothtrfjr. On
return the girl gave notice
exclaimed tbe amazed mis
"After I've nursed you throu-h
"That's Just it. mum."
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y 0 ur Illness!
replied the girl; "mother's part-cuts.
that I should lie with a lady,
lady would have
her
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j anxious
too-and she tags _nu
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Not Without Beer.
A Dutch con.x-ri t» m social enter
iu.umeni in which everj man s.u,h bis
own song at tile same time Ibal Ins
in wbicb
neighbor is sing.ng bis, or
each |HT»on present sings in turn one
song he pleases.
some
list'd as a
verse of any
well known chorus being
burden after each verse.
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For economy and
efficiency in the
settlement of your
estate.
Appointing this institu
tion as your executor is a pro
cedure justified by sound busi
ness judgment.
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