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The Grangeville Globe
VOL. II, NO. 4 GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO, W EDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2.1, 1908 SI.00 EHE YEAR CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS City's Churches Will Observe Event Appropriately. arrangements made Yuletide Music and Songs to Evidence Christmas Spirit. i As will be noticed by the programs published this week the different churches of the city have made more elaborate preparations for the proper observance of Christmas than ever before. The little folks who are to appear on the programs have been studying for weeks upon recitations, songs, exercises and dialogues and all are well versed for the event. In most of the churches a large Christ mas tree will be in evidence and the distribution of gifts is one of the numbers upon the program which the little folks are eagerly awaiting, programs published here are to be rendered in the churches as listed on Thursday night, Christmas Eve, ex cept in the Catholic church where no services will.? occur until [ Christmas day: The What the Presbyterians Present. Chorus, ''With Exulting Tribute," Sunday school; chorus, Shepherds Watched Their Flock," Sunday school; recitation, Mac Leonard; recitation, Vivian Jones; "Ring the Bells,' "While song, primary i "W 7 aking Out of K class; chorus, ■ Silence," Sunday school; recitation, I Frank Anderson; recitation, Bessie I Eimers; chorus, "The First Christ I mas Song," Sunday school; concert I recitation, junior classes; recitation, I Zaueis Parsons; recitation, Homer I Eimers; chorus, "All the World for ■ Jesus," Sunday school. At the Christian Church. Song, church choir; recitation, "Wee Word Welcome," Montie Turner; recitation "Katy's Wants," Marie Phillips; vocal duet, 'Bells of Heaven," Virginia and of ■ 'Nlnrr R f'l I >> /' > n - v I itai "T-lT b V - " " Addie Phillips; recitation,""Buna! of Moses" Fannie McGrew- dra maticànd vocal recital (one hour,) r- ,. • . 1 aS ' 0n | , 1( C I U 1 ' day k b h0 ? p Ch, dren ' ■ e Methodists Program. Rev. Ruth Branscomb; recitation, "Under the Stars," Eva Hesterman; recitation, "The Old Song, congregation; prayer, A. W. Roberts; song, "Anthems of Sunday school ; exercise, Welcome Everybody;" duet, Holy Night," Mrs. Roberts and Earl recitation, "Missed Santa Cotton ; solo, Fulton; recitation, Why I Love Xmas," Laura Twil ligar; Claus," Margaret Sasenbery; §§ Bethlehem's Star," I rene Cotton ; exercise, "Lights for the King;" recitation, "A Wish," Ethel Perkins; solo, Lallah "The Lost Sheep;" ■ anthem, choir; collection; distribution 9 "f presents. exercise, A. "Christmas," Program at the Baptist Church. Anthem, choir; prayer, Rev. C. Saxton ; recitation, Wilford ; "To .en a recitation, Beulah Briscoe; recitation, A Real Grandma," Homer Camp bell; recitation, "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," May Broughman; ■ Santa," motion song, primary pupils; recita tion, "If the Christ Child Came," Ruby Wilford; recitation, "Mysteri ous Santa," Jacob Briscoe; recitation, "T "573 m *■> (■ <4; <y • I j'fxv&t' ïj, i*W vtfffl ' ' a V 'T, : ^7 QP 1 QP % ÎUC ' $ m 'r ( v. fit if «to .wvju. ; • ' r i V •f ?w ! $ Y v5' Él-ÿ Mr 1 ^ . V.rV I; *K 5,T !'7v ' * v. 'A' •■ mi / v - V >Æ:l & m » . 7 . -.ft / /' f l. V- • r-i. t ' • CkJ •• 8àâi W Ep%| Ms « S The A Merry 'pi #• - / » rp Globe Christmas / » ■x . Wishes and a AY f Mm :V O I One Happy -V .s Si f Pf/ i.,JY 7 •I & d and All New Year I 8 '»J ||i 3» l) I U ft 93 mi r\ r\ " Wg&i I KK n U ymkm Ih! ,?c •'^71 t A.Zt'Y » V-Sv -A' !il tÿ ' * i l-'l ••• ■fiA' m t I v v ■ -IÄ k "V. "rfe >s-. Y'âÎY.x' •» « x P ft ! ■ i v V N, s* '\NV O» vi; / ^ cJfc> c/b ' v V ;.S \ f ( •}-jA s s' '•Vs — "The Child who Came on Christ mas," Lita Adams; recitation, "At the Window," Zelma Brown; ex ercise, "What Jesus Brought," hv six boys; recitation, ing Star," Mary Harris; recitation, 'Missing Santa," Esther Teicher; recitation, "Christmas Dream," Edith Briscoe; recitation, Santa," Donald Carpenter; recita tion, " Ehe Shepherds W atched Their Flocks by night," Ruth Monroe; Song, primary and intermediate "The Wander i ; < ■ "Hello, pupils; remarks, Rev. A. C. Saxton; "My Gift," W'allace recitation, "Little Joe," ' 'Scar recitation, Van Buren ; Marjorie Monroe; recitation, ing Santa," choir; 'Ehen —? Evelyn Saxton; anthem, ! Program at Trinity Church. 'Ehe Christmas eve exercises at I rinity church Sunday school will he 3t / ° c ' oc * c p ' m ' 0,1 * hursday. ^ A " fr ' endS cordia!iy invited - rhe ^rciseTntitled' ''ShlohTrds ofTon^ d S 1 Lone TL one . ProcessionaI "Christ ' " rt one - Processional, Christ mas Bells March;" chorus, "Chime Again, Glad Christmas;" responsive Scripture reading; prayer; procession of the months, junior and boys' class W hen Christmas es; chorus, Comes Again;" Procession of the Nations, primary class; chorus, "Sing a Song of Christmas Trees." "William Tell;" recitation, "Shepherds of Long Ago," Flora Stantial; recitation, "Ehe Shepherd Moses," Lanningham; recitation, "David the Shepherd," Helen Stantial; carol, "The King of Love My Shepherd Part two: Pastoral. .aura " Ehe Night the Shepherds Watched," Phoebe is;" concerted piece, Gillett, Lydia Parker, Lester Lan ningham, Mabel Stantial, with carols; final carol, "While Shepherds Watch e d Their Flocks by Night." Catholic Mass on Xmas Morning. 'Ehe services at the Catholic church are to consist of three Masses Christmas morning, as follows: Early Mass at 8 and 8:30 o'clock and Solemn High Mass at 10:30 o'clock. on To get the news— get The Globe. hv N. P. TAXES ARE PAID Tax Commissioner Settled Com pany's Assessment Thursday. AMOUNTS TO $3,864.98 Assessor Nash Warns Taxpayers of Delinquency Date. Jay Sedgwick, tax commissioner of ! the North . . . . . •., . pany, was in the city last I nursdav. at Xhe cause of his visit here was to he pav [ j le taxes () f t h e railway company ^ j n t ^ e CO unty for the year 19U8. As the new railroad was not completed l,ntil recent,y nothing of , thc prairie line was assessed but the right of way " ^ been in possession of the ral ] wa y company for several years. The taxes upon th j s right of way, which extends f rom this city to the Lawyer ' s canyon bridge, were g 438 . 74 . That portion of the Clear water short line in Idaho county brings in a very large percentage of the railroad tax paid into the ern Pacific railway com the county coffers, this year's assessment that line being §8,426.24. of the against These amounts total §8,864.98, the amount paid to County Assessor J. V. Nash by Mr. Sedgwick. Last year the Northern Pacific paid the sum of §7,195.69 as taxes upon its lines in Idaho county, increase in the amount collected this Ehe year over last year's assessment is §1,669.29. Must Pay Taxes Soon. Tax money is coming in about as usual from the taxpayers of the county, according to Assessor Nash, who wishes to give publicity to the reminder that Saturday, January 2, ; 1909, is the last day upon which taxes must be paid. After that date all unpaid taxes for the year 1908 are delinquent. See that advertisement on page 5. i Ralph William», of this City, Popular 1 in Debates at State University. GOT HONORS AT U. OF I. Ralph V\ illiams arrived home on and will y\ s the Friday evening train spend the holidays visiting here. most young men do who go to col lege from Grangeville, Ralph has things at the been accomplishing university. In a tryout for positions on the regular debating team of the 1 university he won out over all his opponents and captured the honor of Williams is a prep fi rst leading the team, at the university and this is the time in the history of the institution that a student in that class has made the regular debating team. nual Ridenhaugh prize was awarded. The prize goes to the student win-! highest marks in the try-out for the W. S. C.-Idaho debate, and comes in the shape of a S25 check In ad- : dition to this honor Williams won the Ridenhaugh prize of which a Moscow paper speaks as follows: "At assembly on the 16th the an It is taken from Mrs. Ridenhaugh. by a preparatory student this the first time, Mr. Ralph W'illiams, of Grangeville being the recipient." year for Death Claims James Tilley. James Tilley, the thirteen year old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Tilley Diphtheria Several other members of the family have been suffering from attacks of the disease, but are died last Friday night, was the cause of his death. improving slowly at present. Ehe deceased lad was a bright and promising boy. He at tended the local schools and his playmates join his older friends in ex tending sympathy to the bereaved relatives. Stores Keep Open Evenings. Most of the stores of the city have been open every evening until 9 o'clock this week and will continue the practice until after Christmas, merchants all report a brisk A number of very ; Ehe ht)ljday trade pretty Christmas windows evidence around town and much are in preparation for the usual holiday shopping rush has been made. MANY LAND TRANSFERS Expected Boom in Sale of Town Property and Farm Land On. BUY MAIN STREET LOTS Real Estate Firms Report Large List of Sales in Past Week. Grangeville is right now embarking upon a season of unusual prosperity for all concerned in the city's de velopment. The completion of the railroad has established the fact that Grangeville is sure to go ahead steadi ly and both local and outside capital is being employed to cinch some of the money-doubling offerings in city and country real estate that are being put up for sale. Several deals trans fering property on Main street were closed this week and an unexpected lot of building will he done along the principal thoroughfare next spring and summer. An idea of what amount of real estate is moving may he gleaned from the following reports of sales made during the past week by local real estate firms : Batty N Bond have sold six lots north of the railroad track belonging i to Chris Keefer to B. D. Knorr; 1 one lot of W . 1*. Schmadeka s to J. H. Ashby; one lot of C. W 7 . on Schmadeka s to R. J. Bond; one will °I k has. y\ s one lot to Mrs. Wiggins and a tract Main lot Miller's to Roy Batty and col- °I twenty-five feet frontage on has street belonging to F. E. Fogg to J. the w - Ashby, of Lewiston. Parker & Melvin sold to R. B. the 1 B^H a lot in block four of Schmad eka' s fifth addition to Grangeville. his of L. M. prep s; ik of a lot belonging to W H. rst Casady on west Main street to H. A. Harris & Co. report the J ess - A lot adjoining this property the west, belonging to F. E. Fogg, sold by this firm to L. Grahski. Messrs. Grahski and Jess have an nounced their intention of erecting a brick building on the Two lots next made on win-! for continued business. and wast he only Chinese laundry in the check ad- : was won a an- spring. No Chinese Laundry. Hop Sing, the laundryman, has dis Hop's place city and his retirement marks the taken <Je a th of the Chink washee house in city's for Grangeville. At one time in the history there were 4 or 5 such The story is told that the present laundryman's establishments here. name is not Hop Sing but that when was purchased several old t } ie laundry years ago the sign over the walk, which reads "Hop Sing, Laundry" looked good enough to the buyer, have whose real name is said to be Chung, the anc l rather the change the sign tn at Chung changed his name, a at his ex Will Market Wool Here. C. J. Hall, of Lucile, w'as in the city last week and reported that he recently sold the entire clipping of wool from his sheep at Weiser at 12 'gc per pound. Hall states Mr. that there were about one qi^rter of have a million pounds of wool raised in 9 the Salmon river country the past year. He says that the advent of the railroad into Grangeville has made brisk this city a much more profitable very shipping point for the wool growers much south. in than Weiser and other points to the Buyers in the city during the present week paid 15c per pound for wool.