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Fhe Grangeville Globe
OFFICIAL COUNTY AND
CITY PAPER
VOL. XI, NO. 25
ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO
COUNTY, IDAIln, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1918
$1.50 THE YEAR
S.P.ATHERTON
IN RACE FOR
GOVERNOR
T« Mobilization and Oo-ordi
nation of State S Resources
| and Economy.

Twin Falls has the distinction of
having the first man to make an an-,
nouneement of candidacy for the of
See of governor In the person of State
Senator 3. P. Atherton, subject to the
wUlof the Republican primaries. Sen
îo'lfïtotemeï? aUth ° rlZed the fo1 -
"I have no policy to announce at!
this time, except to say that if 1 were;
governor I should put the best that is
ta me into the work," Senator Ath
erton said. "The governor's office is
largely a business office. I should ;
bring my best judgment to bear on all ;
questions and see that energy and
economy prevailed in the departments
^. e Tf^hody «lyen a square deal. In I
my Judgment that Is all any man can
honestly promise at this time.
"Questions of what should be the'
best policy are of course bound to
arise In the course of a gubernatorial
term. As they should come up to me
I should endeavor to decide them on
merit with due regard to the opin- !
ions of men of known ability and In- !
tegrtty.
"I am for the mobilization and
gt&te Senator from Twin Falls
First to Make Announce
ment of Candidacy.
t
NO POLICY OUTLINED
Any medical student, hospital ,ln
terae, dentist, dental student, veteri
ü?nï 1 11 ' ' 1 " lar .V student may enlist
m the Medical Enlisted Reserve Corps, j
presentation hy
tne Bcfflstraut to his local board of a
certificate of a Commissioned Officer
or mat army that he has been so en
listed, shall Ik- placed In Class 5 on
rae ground that he Is In the military
•WVtap of the United States. There is
no other p-'uind upon which such per
wins may Ik- placed In a deferred class
"«Hou.
Each applicant must be a citizen of
the United States and able to pass a
physical examination. Only those in
the Registration age are ellgable for
y djw wnt.
Tlmse desiring to enlist in Medical
Rwrve Cnri)s must present to Re
fruiting Officer at time of enlistment
sii affidavit from the Dean of the
"fnool from which graduated or if
student is still in school, affidavit must
show name of school and class of
which he is a member.
After enlistment and presentation to
°f the local hoard, applicants
wm Ik* p| a ,. w i (-i nss 5 Medical
Students will not Ik- subject to call
hnttl they either graduate or quit
, tjnul'iHto dentists, veterinar
d . ni hospital internes are subject
nL o Hf,<T friistment, As enlisted
mm» h 7 ,K ' ''ligtble to apply for
»««» ln 'ho Medical department
"'u win Ik- placed (in aetlve duty mi
vi,.^ _ «»n «lissions when their ser
1 s as offict-rs are required,
inosc securing affidavit from Dean
in o !' 1 p « e ami wish to be sworn
take 1*1 at , t * 10 following places and
Ann,-° a examination:
Him; h-eniiri I1( j Stations at Sjaikane,
rings, Missoula nnd Great Falls.
CO- î
ordination of all our resources for a 1
complete victory ln the war." i
MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS.
Information of Value Given Out by W. !
Kehoe, Recruiting Officer, Spokane
U. S.
needlework guild.
Htwkmn K V hl> "f Mrs. G. S.
tbe Girls- ^ O'-Kiinizatlon known
R, ork of
Aid, have taken up the
Atwi 7- 1 "' Needlework Guild of
astïloM —''riri'h is a National organl
suitable J hoir "riject being to supply
Units t W !' ,U( '" ,S f< "- the outgoing pa
charitoh 1 '"Spital, homes and other
hp|i, hbdltuttous demanding such
ck-tils. ni f : ,r Hie Home Finding so
for th<r!ü^i ttrged Prisoners, aocieties
crueit" „h rotectl °n of children from ;
a «d (iisi.ii ^ 1h an au '"'»l collection
tnnu.i ' "'"tion of clothing which
cepe worn"**" T,U * (iui1 ' 1 oaimot ac
elude (.v, ° 5 . . Use<1 « armt ' l ' t - s , "hich In
a «uh ' V i h " g froni a handkerchief
* ^ B r MMK
as
w object of _ ____
t eijai!r., ,l, 1 eu ' our "ffe those "who liave
f..,, « * ill H Will* Otrnm>K,\A>, .«4
*vr|l fn I...i .. —•/ » v an uj
All hiv» ^ "who have not.
Örl« UI ^ _^ •.
work
Guild i s
a way everybody can af
IM 'hooi girls and all other
—»lied J„r ...» —..U iur »um nir
of Aaerk-u M ln The Needlework Guild
Mit trïïrn th Bridge could tie
l«Uuil ... ... ke Island i»f Waste to the
- uu w Want, how
I
at
Isith would hene
Tonimv « „
* LuKiiii.l M r? , a I °T CottonwiKKi was
'isitor iu- the city Monday,
1
PERCE
Errors Net Visitors Game; Heath
• itehes Excellent Ball.
WIN IN !!TH.
*«■
when the \e/,--r ' , USt Su,,<la >
hats with the
ThI WVor of the former.
. Hrilllant field work
\ Isiîors wen» iiii$ii »u. . IK
™ rd
|S ÄÄi
! misjmSX* l fiol<l Pm ' r * a '"* 'ostu :
j ÄSä TnXt
overcome, although thev came back
,4 Swrirw» »••«•»«
Into the team bv tie U i'r S
team ' were ulk m » e «f nses üf the
! sstïâ; , V s " r '■
of i 2«th at this place ' l ' Ul ' f ° r tUe
an-, _ ' „ _
of
POPP GIVEN HEARING
the I -
Sen- Council of Defense Investigat
fo1 - i (harKeS ° f i >isloyal Etterancef!
at! Charged with making unpatriotic
were; utterances and failure to purchase lib
is «ty bonds when t«,,,,-'t, A l v
P»I*P. from near Cottonwood "
is *»» the Idaho Defense council Tuet
; ^ "'«ht The investigation showed I
all ; that Popp had later purchased a bond
and a, "> ft the hearing pledged his sup
I^rt to the flag and ull war activities.
In I -o
can 1
the'
to
me
on
!
In- !
'I
of
as
is um
the
t runs.
IDAHO RAISED
$10,966,550
IN DRIVE
î
!
Report Given Out From Boise "
on Ann o u -i.
States 80,000 Subscribers
Were Secured.
,ln
- of
j Tlu ' tutal subscription to the third
hy liberty ioau for the state of Idaho
a totalled $10,8öb.o50, says a dispatch
Horn Boise, liiere were 80,000 sub
scribers or approximately one subscrlb
on er J" wery torn- people in the state,
rll ''- s< ' figures were given out very
is recently by E M. Hoover, secretary A
of thl ' ^ate liberty loan cominiitet*. t ,
"'ho made a careful check-up on all
the late repris received Saturday.
of Mr. Hnever slates that every county
a in the state exceeded its quota and late
in reports showed several counties had
increased the amounts previously re
iMirted. \lr
A b>tal of $340 ,<hki was subscribed
by the employes of the Oregon Short ]>,.
Line, which sum was apportioned out ci«
«
if h . v the subscribers
A telegram
of governor of the federal reserve bank
in this district, advising the commit
to tee to have the chairman of all county m
hoards retain all the data compiled by
them in this campaign for the next
drive and advising them that the pres
cut organization was to be maintained.
CO- î
a 1
i
W. !
the counlies which was designated
received from tha
was
(
BED CROSS KNITTING CLUB.
The Red Cross Knit ting club met at
llic Columbus school house May 9.
It was mostly a business meeting.
The chairman expects to have work for
tin- members by the next meoling May
23. which will be at the school house.
The following new names have been
added :
Edgar Wortman. F.
Ruzicka. Louis Ruzirka. Jin- Ruzicka,
Alberta Ruzicka. Mrs. Anna Ruzicka,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Willey. Mr. and Mrs
A. ('. Dahl. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Mattson.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Erp and ('has Lamb
Wm. Wort man.
S.
who
find
Monday
been
EXCURSION TO MONTANA.
There is an excursion on
May 20 leaving Grangeville for Shelby
Montana, which promis,-.- to |h- e--m
«»odly number <' 11 »^'
H-oni the » amas and \e/.;*-.,-e atmns.
A min .. bad already pmim-,1 on „o
I»« at ibis time and -.tli.-rs
that all rnilrond fares
va need Twenty five
; *rd have eoneluded t,
,M, f or<
Information
Harris from A. P. Mitchell at N,-z|--r,c
.i" st as '\ ,v m,ll \ « ,,, 11P ,
Botter join ..j'»wd " 1 'Re tin I
.
the
this
Dr.
learning
Ik- all
ai June
ire t.
-nt
|K-t
make the trip
'Hi is
»creased,
phoned to L. M.
lb.
•a tes
was
arc
to pit
-n
JUDGE ZENT WILL SPEAK.
Judge W. IV. Zent of Spokane will
Ik* the principal s|K*akcr at the patri
otic program to be held in connection
with the Tractor Demonstration at
Vollmer Friday and Saturday of "ext
for several
-shield of the Washington Bar
enviable record loan
imtriotie
week.
years prt
Association and has an
as a siieaker, especially
topics. He has lately Is-en active in
the Liberty Bond campaign and has
I been met with large crowds at every
He will give an address
lays cele
1
ilic
appearance.
Fr.day niornlng of Hi,* two
bratlon.
CALL 51,600 CLASS 1 Ml
FROM 24 STATES;
IDAHO EXEMPT
Extends 0ver T "° r«m May 20 to 24 and From
May 29 t0 June 2 ~ Non e to
Camp Lewia -
'r'Ä"»d Ä,Ä:
", "àV re , ca ! le<l U P°" tonight by Pro
S
"Ι for general military ser
- -- ».
'■ rr »■« »
were fixed "bJ-si, JUm * These dates
during the five
'TMmni M!!,!,"* n Ia ? approximately
he moving tn th! *** f " r recently wU1
T i n- n ° al T' .
velonment ,,f tL * further de
for hastening men S
(ate'the '/raining <™!tera "in
non drift...- ln . a11, ^ 84, '
v i . i t "' ,IU T yl ': K / rüm
m„ v „
erois «.IhTfor ','T'
I .pmlilicd men. thc t. tal immtoTÄ
moned during May ta somethin* IK
30(1, « 00 , nearly half ot He ÄV«
),cted to Is- called this lear '
While officials did not explain why
1 1 '
TEACHERS MAKE REPORT.
Examine Lunches at Request of Coun
ty Food Administrator.
î , ' a ! < ill A I ,1- ri County Food Admin
istrator V ictor Peterson sent out let
ters to ull the school teachers of the
county requesting them to examine the
lunches of the pupils the first Monday
or Wednesday (wheatless days) fol
! lowing Their reports show that 55
out of .H 6 pupils, or 17.4 per cent had
" ,7 '»read. This is a lower iiereent
»ge than some counties have shown hut
indicates that many families are us
1|IR t0 ° Im,(, h wheat flour.
Anyone using more than six pounds
of wheat flour per month is eating that
which should go to our boys In France
and our allies.
Most churches, lodges and similar
bodies are refraining from banquets,
and all are requested to do so by the
administrator. If. sometime a feed
must He given let nothing Ik- wasted
F n . , , . . .
A „ Ä wlîlîn hÂGÏstanro S
t , K> rallr „ ai , ^ lolll( , Inl ',rkwtt-,, when
s0(>( jj . .... .. . ' [
b ' '
".'"'nt and raise a garden.
following is tin* report: |
\lr Itlnhu
(irangevillc
]>,.
ci«
m
Woodland
bread !
ç
I ;; 1
14
18
17 1
15
4
3
11 ;
9
79
Wheat No wheat
School
Lunches bread
10
s
20
... 14
o
liver
arwater
Whitebird
Highland
Fenn
is
1
15
0
1
()
Westlake
3
0
111
:ins
9
I
( Li
»creel
. 70
9

4(1
11
1 !
I'ol|oe|<
1
(1
Slites
1 !»
17 I
Luelle
. 1 «
1(1
0
Stock < 'reek .
1
4
lnde|K>ndont .
5
l
s
Caribel
12
1
11
Rocky
Canyon 10
8
310
201
MOKE NAMES ADDED.
\oililg Men Who Were Omitted From
Koster l-ast Week.
I
In publishing the names of the boys |
who have entered the service of their
•olumtis last week we
find the names of the folbnviny were j
inadvertently omitted.
imssibie there are
been omitted nnd if such is tin
country in tlu-i
it Is entirelyj
ithers who
have
case î
the committee in charge of preparing j
this roster would deem it a favor if
their names wr-re sent to A. J. Maugg.
Dr. F. E. Wood, or to this office. Fol
lowing is the additional list:
Elmer Rii|h-. Grangefiile.
Carl Knighten. Grangopille.
Frank McMahon. Grangeville.
Chester Rhett, Cottonwood.
Delmar His-kersniith, Cottonw
Earl Van Piml. Spring Camp.
j
LIBERTY BOND QUOTAS
EXCEEDED IN COUNTY
Since the close of the third lilierty
loan campaign the reports have ts-eu
coining in rather slowly and we were
secure the full details for
,. ,
tumble to
| a >-.t issue from ( hairman A. N.
A full list of the purchasers of
lycr.
ilic IkiiuIs will Ik- given next week. Fol
lowing are ttie names of the districts,
1
'
only half the states
, , were asked to
furnish men at this time, It is under
stood that the sections to be drawn
upon were arrived at through con
sideration of the proportion of quotas
already called in some cases, and of
the location of vacated training camps.
The camps selected for the régis
Hants affected by tonight's order are
not all national army camps, showing
that men are to be sent wherever room
may Is- found for them. In several
instances men from certain states
ordered to go to camps to which men
from their states are not usuallv as
signed.
1 he western states drawn upon and
camps assigned them art- as follows:
For the movement from May 20
to 24 ÿ
California,
are
1,500 to Fort McDowell,
Colorado, 1,500 to Fort Logan, Colo.
W ashington 250 to Vancouver Bar
racks, Wash.
For the movement from May 29 to
June 2:
Oregon 1,500 to Fort McDowell, Cal.
Wyoming 500 to Fort Logan, Colo.
Cal.
l
M. FREIDENRICH TO MARRY.
Portland P
tion in
»per Gives Report of Recep
Honor of Y'oung Folks.
"A smart event of yesterday after
noon was the reception given in honor
of Miss Flora Rosenblatt and her
fiance, Milton FreUlenrich at the
home of the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Rosenblatt, ou Park
avenue. Exquisite floral decorations
all gifts from friends to the bride
elect, adorned the rooms, making a
charming foil for the dalntv gowns
Of the fair guests.
and friends called during the after
noon to tender their l*est wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosenblatt, parents of
the bride-to-be; Mrs. Aaron Freiden
j rich, mother of the bridegroom elect
™d Mrs. S. j. Freedman, his aunt, '
Mved with the young couple,
Miss Rosenblatt, wore a handsome
Sown of pink velvet, enhanced by
< ,( 'fsage of orchids and lilics-of-the
valley. Mrs. Rosenblatt was admired
ln « «own of ew"
ve,vet ' " ith «''»rsage of orchids. Mrs.
[ Freldenrlch wore a gown of black
net elaborated with jet sequins and
Mrs. Freedman u gown of black
| broidered net.
Over 20 relatives
re
a
W.
«*ni
Both wore corsages of
orchids and pastel-hued sweet ik-hs.
! Miss Rosenblatt
young woman and a talented
1 elan.
known young club and business man
11 'f 'his city. Both young |H>ople arc
1 iKtpular siK'ially, arid much entertain
big will Ik* done in tlielr honor. Wed
iicsday evening Miss Elise Oberdörfer
will entertain at dinner for them, and
; Friday evening Mr. anil Mrs. I. Sichel
will Ik* hosts at a like affair in their
honor.'
Is a charming
j musi
Mr. Freidenrich, is a well
ns
the
and
a
lo
Ik
or
is
war
and

!
A SON BORN.
On Saturday. May 4. al the local
hospital, a son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Barney McMahon.
Mahon reside on tbe Clearwater where
they have a ranch.
I
Mr. and Mrs.
SELLING OLDSMOKILES.
Within the past few davs. Si. . 1 . and
.1. L.
.McHugh
f Tei
of Fenn, and 1). F.
Mile.
Morrow,
took delivery
join Oldsmoblle Eights and . 1 . II. Me
.Donald is driving a Six.
Walter Me
Adams is tin- local representative for
tills car and seems
o Ih- doing a land
itlioe business in this community.
Ik
will
as
VISITORS FROM PORTLAND
Mrs. Walter W
»den, and daughter,
Miss Helen, sister and ueiee of P. M.
(Banville, arrived here from their borne
at Portland on Monday evening's train
und will sik-ikI a few weeks with their
I'ehrtives at litis place.
-o
RED GROSS DANCE.
There will be a Red Cross dance at
Winona. Saturday night, May 18. Sui>
jK-r will Ik- served by the ladies of the
Music for tlic dance
"ill be furnished by the Basil Harris
.Tazr-rs' of Grangeville.
will
I be
the
cash
Winona auxiliary.
..
tbe amounts of the quotas and total,
sums subscribed :
Quota Subscriptions I
(.rangevllle ...$132.000.00 $174.450.00
Cottonwood .. 60.000.00 65,750.00
Ferdinand .... 13,000.00 15,880.00 '
RiMiskia - 15,000.00 18,050.00
«4 o'*. 7,000.00 7,400.00
M hiteblrd .... 13,000.00 14,350.00
V. M. C. A. BENEFIT.
Young People of Christian Church to
Have Basket Social and Program
The young people of the Christian
ehureh are planning for a big time |
on the evening of May 24th at the
new school building, at which time a
basket social and tine literary
gram will la- rendered,
on the evening of the day the 32 draft
boys are required to report. The boys
are cordially invited to attend and j
enjoy the hospitality of these young
folks as their guests for the evening.
Everything possible - will Is- done for J
their entertainment and at the same
time the affair will materially assist
the coming Y. M. C. A. drive hi which
the United States will raise $100,000,
000 to carry on the work for our Imys !
everseas.
In addition to the basket social the
Overture- Hartman Orchestra
Male Quartet. H. S. Boys
^' a<ltn K .Miss Opal Harlan
Vocal Solo-Miss Reta Underwood
Recitation . Miss Helen Pim*
Plano Solo-Miss Haille Sehlleter
Reading.. Miss Dorothy Barker
Address . Rev. T A. Pine
1 oeal Duet - Harlan Sisters
Address.. Dr. O. A. Green
Patriotic Song—"Star Spangled Ban
_- Audience
W ith Orchestra Accompaniment
Sale of Baskets
pro- j
This will he !
I
BALL GAME AT KENN.
Next Sunday a world's championship
ball game will 1, played at Fenn, tbe
contesting team« being the undefeated
aggregation of that place and a bunch
of Dali tossers from Cottonwood. The
nor"
game will undoubtedly be a fast and
Interesting one as have all the games
that have been played on the Prairie
this season. The proceeds of the event
will be donated to the Red Cross.
The Cottonwood hand will give a
concert before the game. Make it a
l H, int to bo in attendance. j
2D RED CROSS
CAMPAIGN
MAY 20
!
I
AC
Plan of Operations and
counting as Applied to
Branch Chairmen.
I
'
I
Ttic second Red Cross war fund cam
paign will start next Monday and will
continue for one week. For the infor- i
'nation of the public County Manager
W. W. Brown, has given out the fol-!
lowing:
Purpose of Campaign. __
The punaise of the campaign Is to I
raise $Kmi,U(mmkmi or more for the war;
fund of the American Red Cross. Every
et*ut of the money so raised will be
used for actual
•elief work.
Quotas.
At least $300,000- will be raised in I
Idaho.
This has been assigned in part,
ns follows:
Idaho county
Lewis county ...
Nez I'crcc county
.$ 8,000 1
.. 5,000 j
. 14,000 j
The quota assigned to each county is
the minimum which the American Red j M
Cross exiK-cts from that county. Each '
county will be divided into districts
and the quota assigned to the county as '
a whole will be divided and assigned Hi
lo llic districts therein, according to
valuation and ixipulutloii.
Larli county district or subdivision will "
therefore have an assigned quota, !
"'hieb will Ik- the minimum It will
Ik- exjiected to raise. The districting
or subdividing of each county will be
done by the county manager thereof J ,
Branch War Fund Campaign. 1
In every county to which
is assigned, thcri
war fund campaign, appointed by the i
county manager, who will build
large an organization of committees
and individual solicitors
iiSSI'SSI»(l
quota
a
will lie a branch
as
as may la
necessary for the success of the cum
puigu in his community and who will
direct the actual canvass therein. The
branch war fund chairman will not I
appoint a treasurer or cashier hut will i
Ik- personally res|K)iisll)le for the de
liosifing of all rash in a bank to be'
named by the county manager and
will forward all liberty bonds
as contributions, to the chapter
fund cashier.
received
war
Lewiston, Idaho. He !
will Ik- held n*s|H>nslble for the official
receipt books delivered to him and will is
be required to make
the chapter cashier.
Contributions may be made in either
cash or liberty bonds.
dealty r,-|K»rts to |
I of
I is
! the
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APPOINTED NIGHTWATCH
As a result of the expression of the j
business men at tbe meeting held Mon - 1
day night at the council rooms on
Tuesday Mayor Edmundson apiKilnted !
Richard B. Créa to the position of
nightwatch, recently made vacant bv t
the resignation of Van Robert^ J
A movement for the abolishment of 1 a î
'he office was started some time ago
and one of the arguments advanced
was that no arn-sts had been mad.- r
during the past year the change is- 1
ing desired in the Interest of economy
The meeting was called by order of
the council. The proposition met favor m
from two business men hut a lâî^ "
majority of those present desired the Ü"*!
council to continue the nightwatch
NOTICE GIVEN
POOL HAU
OWNERS
to
|
a
j
__
J "nenn S Office Sent Out Copies
n — » r,_ .
°* ® overnor 3 Proclama
tion This Week,
!
fI\JkIIA UM I) MCACITDC
*WAnU "AK ffltAMJKt
Pool Rillinrria
r °? 1 ' ßmiar(l3 . Card Games,
Dice and Other Amusements
n,i«inir TIot»
OlOSed During Day.
j
he !
In compliance with proclamation la
sued by the governor last Thursday,
Sheriff Yates bad copies of the order
issued to all proprietors of pool and
billiard halls and places where other
I games are Indulged in, either in ex
elusive halls, club rooms and other
an,U8e "»* nt rendezvous, closing them
, e llonr °* s "" r *se until six
ocock at night.
lf *- s ««id the purpose of the pro
Clamatiou Is to make all
manpower
«'Presented In frequenting such places,
available for use In war industries,
A11 lwcal officers an. called upon to
HffMly enforce the terms of the
clamatior, which follows:
a Whereas: The people of the United
a States, hi the titanic struggle against
j the |K>wcrs
pro
of militarism, autocracy
and barbarism, have vowed one with
another that this War must and shall
be won and the principles of civiliza
tion, liberty und denn saucy be re-estab
lished throughout the world ; and
In onler to win this war,
it will require the mobilization of all
the resoum-s of this country, especially
the man power. In order that an army
and navy may be equipped, shipbuild
ing and ammunition plants erected and
operated and agricultural pursuits in
teusifled ; and
!
Whereas :
Whereas :
A large part of the man
I tower available will ho compelled to
go across the
wenn t«t the battlefields
of Europe, nnd upon those who are
left at home v/ill devolve the necessity
for a larger activity and a greater ef
ficloney ; and
IVhcrcas :
It has conn- to mv knowl
edge that within tin- State there
certain places of amusement ,
I games art* indu!gt-d in and people (*on
gregate during working hours, and the
' only use of such places is for the
I
i .
l '" 1 pleasure ,,f rho idle,
, oontr ? ry the spirit of the
American peopb* in this critical hour;
t New, Therefore, I. Moses Alexander,
I Governor of the State of Idaho,
the county mid municipal officers
"'c ftatc to sec that every plai-e
t,H ' s,a, '' of Idaho that lias a
billiard table, a pool tab!o„eard tables,
dice tables and other
lo call
I m, ' n < ' an Phry
matter wheth»
rendezvous,
vale
levices where
ames of amusement, no
in public places, stores,
club rooms
fraternal
•losed during the horn
o (t o'clock p,
these devices i
other of pri
nizatlons, lie
from sunrise
m. each day. ami that
• f amusement be covered
or
1
j
j
j M 1 "" L ' ,ln " - 1 »Hev e ' in Mich places
' ,l "' " ,M, ve s|kv!I 5- I hours,
Officers are requested to use every
' resource at their command to see iUnt
Hi ■ men of their community be not
allowed to devote their time during '
above sfK-eiflod hours lo playing games
" f amusement and then tore shirk their
! duties to their Government by wasting
'fine that could Ik- used to
Hie war—tlic great task which is
before the Nation. We must let
J , '''- vs 'he battlefield know that
1 >>ntn<
i
help win
now
o»r
we at
are doing our duty,
Hi testimony Whereof, I have hereun
to set my hand and have caused the
Great Seal of the State to be hereto
affixed.
(SEAL)
Done nt Boise, the Capital of Idaho,
til's Ninth day of May, in the
of our Lord
Hundred and Eighteen, and of Ha
lf the United States
I
i
yen r
Thousand Nine
Otic
I ndependonee
•he one Hundred and Forty-second.
M. ALEXANDER,
Governor.
Attest :
W T. Dougherty, Secretary of State.
!
is
farm tractors tills
TRAITOR DEMONSTRATION
of particular interest to the farmers
tlic Tractor Demonstration
| *'eld nt Vollmer Friday and Saturday
I of next week. Results in the use of
spring is so varied
that the need of such demonstrations
Prof. .T. C.
lepartment of agricultural
I is apparent.
! the
Wooley, of
I engi
.
j f, M ° f fhp ^"'versity of Idaho,
1 '.fî.* supervise the Vollmer dem
J las ^ nst «'"'P^ted a sur
! ° f th , e far . ni tra< 't"rs in use in the
Àf'th Ktnfps . th;lt seventy iiereent
t thon ' a ™ l>rovin « profitable to the
T,M> fnilun ' nf tho ''«lams- he
1 a î tr *^butes to two facts, that the oj»er
fhlT.h« *" 0t kno ". th,,ir "-actors. ...
Ltl tv|)p P Mr< *hased is unsuitable,
r ! h '' tr,lotor demonstration gives the
1 a " opportunity to see the dif
,n H< ' tio "' fln,] to soourp
T. at L v i ,,e as to ,h< ' ,r operation. All
m . akers of t , far m factors have been ask
" p,rt i clpa,f »' the demonstration,
Ü"*! e, "'V'« h hnve already accepted to
,h< ' s,MX,ps " of the demonstra
or

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