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MRS. VICTOR BALDWIN DEAD.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Zuver ('ailed Suddenly at Portland. Residents of this community received a severe shock last Friday afternoon when I. K. Zuver received a message from Portland stating that his sister Mrs. Victor Baldwin was not ey|K*cted to live, which was followed within very short time with unother message announcing lier death. The remains were shipped to this city, arriving here on Sunday evening's train, and funeral services were held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Zuver Monday afternoon lit 2:80 tadng nthtidcd by an immense throng of friends. Rev. J. A. Pine, of the Christian church, conducted tlie ser vices and Undertaker A. J. Maugg di rected the funeral. The [Kill bearers being selected from (lie K. of P. lo,lgv Interment was made at Pralrleview Tiler,* was a profusion of flowers among them la*ing a beautiful tribute from Meier & Frank of Port hum, with whom Mrs. Baldwin had Ik*,*ii associated for tlie past year. Mrs. Baldwin, who was 28 years 2 months and 7 days of age at the time of her death, leaves to mourn lier sudden deltarture, band, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J A. Zuver, and two brothers, I. E. and William, all residents of this plais*. Lizetta Zuver was ltorn in Ross county, Nebraska, on February 25 1891,, and moved to Idaho with her I mi rents in 1X97, where she resided un til lier marriage with Victor Baldwin, February 25. 1912. Late the same year ,v moved to Heppner, from there to The Halles, where Mr. Baldwin en tered railroad work, later Iteing trans ferred t cemetery. the bereaved lius Portland. The husband was required to Ik* away from lionie a great deal of the time and Mrs. Baldwin accepted a position with Meier & Frank in order to tss-upy her lime, and just prior to 10 o'rlork Friday iug was putting on lier luit preparatory to going to work when stricken. A. Zuver. morn Mrs. who went to Portland some months ago for medical treat ment and recently released from a hos pilal. was enjoying a visit with her daughter and time of lier death, and with the hus band accompanied the remains to this city. was with tier at the WEAK YOUR BADGE. Victory Loan Itiitton Considered a Mark of Honor. Bois,*. Idaho. May 5.—"Wear your Victory Linn Badge." That is the re quest of tlie officials in eharge of the Idaho Victory l-oan Caui|>algti. Tills IA a button Ik-h ring a V and . IKiiuls in size and color to tin* chevron worn by returning soldiers. "It is a mark of dlstietlon for the soldiers" said chain,mn Gwlnn, "showing they have I »erfomied their duty. A Victory l-oan badge Is also a mark of distinc tion showing each citizen wearing it has performed his duty." Unusual pr,)s|K*rity is promised the farmers of Idaho tills, year, and for that reason tlie officials in charge of ihe Victory I .min have not liestltated to urge (he forming population of the State to Ik* uiiusur.liy UIrwhI in the purchase of ImhiiIs An unusual wheat erop Is promised and (tie price $2.2(1 a bushel insures large return* from that source. Heavy crops of fruit, IxK-ts and other pro duce will add lo tlie agricultural wealth of tlie state. "It is not only tlie patriotic duty of our farmers as well as all other of citizens to invest as heavily as |N)ssihle in these Victory Bonds'" said Chairman Owinn. "but they offer a pi,-inlid Investment. Tin* outlook for tin* farmers in Idaho Is most assuring, lint in some future years conditions classes O • o > S-0-M-E Goodies! "—the that m-e-l-t in your £' mouth JQKMÉ|iJ —light, fluffv.tendc^S ife' cakes, biscuits and doughnuts that just keep you hanging 'round the pantry all made with CALUMET BAKINS POWDER the safest, purest, most economical kind. Try It—drive away bake-day fail urea. " .You aave when you buy it. You aave when you use it Calumet cont eins only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. HIGHEST ÏSÏÏS N! may not tie ko satisfactory as those prevailing at the present time. It is the duty of farmers, therefore, to take advantage of the prevailing prosperity to lay aside something for a rainy day and there is no better means than tlirough the purchase of these Victory Bonds. ' Montie B. Gwlnn, Chairman of the Idaho Victory Is,an Committee said a few days ago that the cuiniialgn tinned to drag ill some parts of Idaho, lie state,] that If Idaho was to get In the honor class it was necessary for the iss, pie of this state to respond a bit more promptly and he eypresaed the he ll,>f I hqy would do so and cleaif the state quota up the early part of the He said thnf there was no ques tion Idaho would meet its quota. He was extremely anxious that the amount In* raised before the end of the cam paign next Saturday in order that Ida ho should Ik* given the credit for hav ing lined up with other states in go ing over the top liefere the limit had expired. coll week. ÏV smms r « I : ;V. ■ * y*. ' »V . t Vs ■> t Wmm -a*'. & . i— am -: * .'y® IT ■ ÜeïS 1 1 • •( 6 m i ./o* " 1 V A. * ! il tex' Li ÿsfll'. to o Nw .j ■» * if-hit^. As we are going to quit farming on Camas Prairie, we will offer at Joint Public Sale at the James Adkison Farm, 2 miles west from Grange ville, commencing at 10 o'clock on matou «um MOND A Y , MA Y 12 The following described property: 11 HEAD OF HORSES 11 1 bay mare, 8 years old, weight 1320, will bring colt. 1 black mare, 4 years old, weight about 1275, colt by side. 1 buckskin mare, 5 years old, wt 1175 1 blue gelding, 10 years old, wt 1100. 1 brown gelding, 6 years old, wt 1300 1 bay mare, 4 years old, wt 1350 1 bay gelding, 3 years old, wt 1250 1 bay mare, 2 years old, wt 1200 1 roan mare, 2 years old, wt 1200 2 bay geldings, 4 years old, wt 1000 each 17 HEAD OF CATTLE 17 Nine good milk cows, now giving milk Five head of yearlings Three good calves 14 HEAD OF HOGS 13 head of shoats from 100 to 125 lbs. 1 brood sow due to farrow Five dozen chickens Nine New Zealand rabbits FARM MACHINERY, HOUSEHOLD GOODS MACHINERY AND IMPLEMENTS 1 16-inrh John Deere sulky ulow I .... . 9 ! W **°" 1 Wttn W ÄL P * OW8 1 grind atale " 3 ^ UWe8 ' ^wing uwehtoe, I 1 inch wagon Wm *° n I Chatman fanning mill \ $ >od , brM £ hinR harness p "'""graph and records, _book cam, I n!hi h Y 1 7 toot McCormick binder } sWe sLldle^""'* 8 1 sadd,e <UpM>anl worki "K table, dining table 1 light spring wagon l 7-Ioet drill 1 d a "umber of collars (extension), washing I st* W Ä - ! Ä- *, = asSSSS* S^SSSS ETC. A FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON TERMS—Sums of $20.00 and under, cash: all sums over th»r time will be given on approved bankable notes bearing 10 DerLnT^ 1 " 6 ™ ontl ?* date. No property to be removed uSttlK * fr ° m * R. S. CASE and S. J. ELKINS = BANK OF CAMAS FRAIRIE, Clerk By L. M. HARRIS I* E. ZUVER, Auctioneer IliMlllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllillllllllllillliiiiiii Christian Church. Regular servie-* next Sunday as fol lows: Bible school at 10:00 a. m. ; com munion at 10:50 praise service and preaching at 11:00. The theme of the sermon will Ik*. ''Religious Forces and the Future of America." Senior and Intermediate Endeavoi at 7:00 p. preaching at 8:00. the sermon will Ik* that which was announced for last Sunday evening viz: "Courtship find Marriage." This theme was ixmtpnued until next Sun day night by request of some of the young people who could not Ik* present last Sunday evening. m. ; praise service and Tlie subject for CARD OF THANKS. We desire to publicly express our appreciation of the many kindnesses and words of eonsolation tendered in our bereavement, and ,*s|K*cially for the lM*uuriful floral offerings and to the mem Ik* is of the K. P. lodge. VICTOR BALDWIN, MR and MRS. J. A. ZUVER, and FAMILY. us THE IRRIGATION WORLD. Vol. 1, No. 1 of "Irrigation World," for April, 1919, with J. Robb Brady of Pocatello, at the helm has reached desk. Irrigation World is publish our ed at Pocatello and is devoted to the reclamation of all the arid lands of the west. It is put out in magazine form and will Ik* issued quarterly, the subscription price being $2.00 per year. The magazine is well printed on good lK,iK*r and is handsomely illustrated and contains many valuabje articles on the subject of reclamation and will undoubtedly Ik* greatly appreciated in all tlie arid and irrigated sections of the west. The editor and publisher is the son of Idaho's late senator from Idaho .lames II. Brady. RKWARI) OFFERED. LOST—On Tuesday Ik; tween the light plant and this city, a pooketbook containing money, a stickpin, and draft registration palters. Finder please leave at this office and receive suitable 24-2t reward. CELEBRATED GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. William Hunt, Pioneers, Observe Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. William Hunt, pioneer» of this section, but now residents of celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at that place on the 24th of April surrounded by their children, six of whom were present. It was intended that all of them, eight in ntuiilier, should l>e present, but Fred of this place, missed the traiu that morning, as did a daughter, Mrs. J A. Keller, of Winotla. Those in at tendance at the anniversary were: Mrs. Fithel Greene, Orangeville; Mrs. A. A. Smith. Han ms ter ; Mrs. J. L. Higgins Ho; Thomas Hunt, Winona; C. S. Hunt, Kamiah ; and Robert Hunt, Lew iston. At the dinner which was serv ed the following were also in attend ance: Mrs. Joe D.vsard, Orangeville; Merle Smith, Winona ; Mr. and Mrs William Reynolds, Clarkston. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt have 1« living grandchild ren and one great-granchild, Ernestine daughter of Mrs. Mildred Williams of Olarkston. Clarkston, NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT the District Court of the dicial District of the State J mV iu and for the county of Idaho. 0 *® 0 Merchants Credit Company, nl< .' lnM . vs. Phoebe M. Snyder. defeS 1 Notice is hereby Riven that ^ of Attachment was issued out .r above entitled court in the „t, * ^ titled action on this 2nd day 0 f « 1919, against the property of' the named defendant ab0T « In Witness Whereof I have her,.**, set my hand and affixed the sea! , court this 2nd day of Mav inio 84,1 (SEAL) HENKY TELOHF* ' . Clerk of the District rw Hamid Harris, Deputy clerk A. S. Hardy, Attorney f„ r idninm? Residence ami Postofflc* fGrangeville, Idaho. ""iras; In Jo a Wri t By -o BELTING FOR SALE. S|ieeial prices on 8-inch 4-pl v belting, and KMneh extra heavy mo leather belting. ' J " a ' 24-2t MILLER HARDWARE CO