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*r ilH OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER V - m XIII, NO. 15 ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO, THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1020 alia $1.50 T11K YEAR to alia to NUAL MEET ■RUSTEES MAR. 19 U I is j »pit >ns .* line I lering At Kooskia on 12th l Forenoon; To Discuss Local Problems. ar - 9 71 th< iM 1080 . •erv I , . [ Telphers Meetings in Three | étions; Kooskia, White iird and Grangevilie. J I I j § t . Thé Annual Trustees' Meetings for ) the 'trustees of Idaho County will be held 'in the hall at Kooskia, Friday, March 12th a. m., and in Grangevilie at the Court house on March 10th at, 10'80 a m ! _ , , - , J OaP morn ng w (e\ot<x to oca UIU a etIUMJUS ° I ,ro grams now being arranged. All, 'tW IE The educational problem has many serious aspects at present und we who i are specially concerned alxiut our local schools must get together and plan wisely before it is too bite to secure results. All trustees are expected and the general public is invited. Terichers' Meetings will lie held for teachers of Idaho County in three sec ,548.8 tions : 00 «.« ,2172 Kooskia, March 13. Whitebird, March 27. Grangevilie, April 3. Special jirogrums are being prepared and every teacher Is exjxvted to at tend the meetings at one of the three places. • trustees' Meeting Grangevilie Registration General Discussions (a) Engaging teachers for the com ing year. Discussion led by Hamptou Taylor, Grangevilie. (1)- Contracts; — (2) Salaries; (3) Qualifications. (b) Homes for the Teachers. Dis cussion led by H. G. Sasse, Ferdinand ko^anl H. C. Matthlesen, Cottonwood. (1) Cost; (2) Location, etc. (c) Financing Our Schools. Dis '765.5; n*i(* good ti t enssion led by- N. B. Pettibone, Colum 400.« bus - ne (d' Improving the Appearance of th» School Plant—Is it worth while? Discussion led by Mrs. Emil Schoot, Oliver, and Mrs. C- L. Ramsdell, Ad (e) Our High Schools. Discussion led by Win. A. Lustie, Cottonwood and 1 eki ymei you us ■ klson. Fred Lukens, Grangevilie. (f) Necessary Equipment Discus ,(e 8,1 Zion led by County Siqierintendent. (1) a * 01 New Building. (2) New Furniture. ng o! Ho Luncheon, Palnra of Sweets. | H| Helping the Children to Use Bet-1 I ter English. Mrs. Nellie Hinkle. j , 2.1 Primary Reading, Mildred Hart. | ' 3. ' Music in the Rural Schools, Win- ) I ifred Hobson. I 4.1 What Children Learn by Manag- j trig Their Own School, Ora Buesher. I J|5. I Successful Seat Work, Miss Eva : m Afternoon Program. Music. +*** Address. Forest Service in Idaho County, S V, Fulbiway. ■ Mosic. m Little Children In Our Rural Schools Miss Eva W'iseman. 50 Orgn nization. Morning Topics Reviewed. § Program Teachers' Meeting '2:00 Program at Court House. , man. Reading Circle. Each teacher. Our contracts. What they should 'Sp. Mae Lannlnghain. I .... K My school for next year, Each j School Exhibit. Notify Superin- ) HBicr. Hi nt tf Plan and Date. H. Organization. Visits Schools. bring the past two weeks Miss Mar- ' Sweet County Superintendent visited fourteen schools In the J She reports that I are still many cases of flu in j th«t country but that most of the ! ere was little snow but much ice ; Sheets of I rwater section. Kbeols have resumed work. see lU'Il J jpg the mountain roads. Ice'are still stacker! up to the height, ft live to teu feet along the margins m the Middle Fork <>f the Clearwater.) Idaho County Spelling Contrat. The Idalio County Spelling Contrat will be held at the Court house ou the afternoon of Saturday, at 2 o'clock. Mnrch 20th, Every school in the county has a right to send two repre sentatives to this contest, one to repre sent grades three to five, the other, grades six to eight, stumps and awarded the winners. War savings Thrift stamps will be It is expected the majority of the eighty-seven dis tricts of the county will 1* represented Visitors will be welcome. OLDTIMER LOCATED. Delos Carr, One-Time Resident of Tolo Section Sieh in Old Mexico. years ago ! Delos Carr, father of Mrs. W. L. Lane of Whitebird, and at one time a resident of the ToU> section, who left this country 23 years ago for Arizona, has recently been heard from by his daughter who was called to his bedside in a hospital in Old Mexico. After leaving Arizona 12 meml>ers of the family had not heard from Mr. Carr until a message was re ceived last week from a doctor con nected with a hospital at Empaline, Mexico, calling the daughter to his bedside. ^ rs - Lane departed Monday week for Unit place and Mr. Lane receiv ,, ( j word Saturday stating she had ar rived safely but that the sick man was showing no improvement. BOB MeCULLEY IN OHIO. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. McCuUey, until last fall located on a ranch in the Boira section of the county, and Avho depart ed last fall -for a visit through the east, have bx*ated at Mansfield, Ohio, where Bob lias purchased property and decided to settle. In a letter to the Globe he states that Mansfield is a great mauufaeturing town, the Ault man-Taylor threshing machine works | ' being located at that place, besides dozen of other large shops. Before taking his homestead near Boles Bob spent considerable time in and around Grangevilie where he is . His address Is No. 8 ! well known. Superior street, Mansfield, Ohio. j | I ) TAKING CHECK ON TRAFFIC. Department of Public Works Requests Highay Board to Keep Tab. The department of public works with (headquarters nt Boise has requested the Grangevilie Highway district to make a check covering a week's traf fie on the North and South highway leaving Grangevilie and the Ha n is ter road over which the proposed South ! Fork highway will enter the city and compliance therewith men have been stationed nt the Doc Jessy [dace and af Eke Mike Reynolds place on the Harpster road. The state as Is well known is assisting in the construction ot the North and South highway and has also proposed aid in the construc tion of the South Fork highway the : • first link of which the department of fagriculture lias appropriated $13800 Portalnd Monday evening. Some six weeks ago Mrs. Zuver went to Port land to enter a hospital fr an oper ation which seems to have txx*n eu t i rely successful for the lady return ed with the statement that she had not felt so well in twenty years. Mr. Zuver went down to Lewiston to meet bis 1 »etter half and accompanied her home, and the Grangevilie Highway is operating to the extent of $50,000. Just the exact need for the cheek on this ! traffic which is to be taken nt thrra i Tin* ^ checks are to bo made in March, June and September*, nnd cover one full different, periods is not known. wtH>k from 7 n ' ra 0 P* IU - ——o ! RETURNED FROM PORTLAND Mrs. J. A. Zuver returned from : i 1 WANT CAVALRY HORSES. The war department has Just tek* graphed the adjutant general of Hu 1><> authority to purchase horses local >.v through Idalio for the regiment of cavalry now Ixdng organized in this state. Colonel Patch is now getting 1» touch with horse dealers and own ers to secure desirable mounts of the i cavalry type. EARL HAMILL AT BROOKLYN. Karl Hainill. for a number of years a well known resident of this county, I >>* now hx-ated at 134 Wiiliughby ave j «Me. Brooklyn. N. Y. In a letter re ! wived from him this week in which was euriosed a remittance to have the! ; Glolx» sent to bis address. Mr. Hamill | I conveyed lx*st wiiihes to his friends | who w'l no doubt be phased to hearjing from him. He did not state In what j line of work he was engaged. IMPROVMENT DISTRICT FOR MAIN STREET PAVING; TO CALL BOND ELECTION ! Engineer Completes Preliminary Estimates and Makes Re port .to City Council; Pave Five Blocks; Macadam to Highway and Depot. I To pave or not to juive 1 That Is the question that the projierty owners of the city of Orangeville will soon lie culled upon to decide. At u recent meeting of the city council the matter of paving was taken up and discussed pro and con by the members of that body, and decision was reached to have a <*oni[x*tent engi neer come to the city and after going over the stm*ts proposd to lx* improv ed, submit ai»proxiinate estimates of the cost. I*. 1*. Oehler, of the engi neering Him of Van Osdoi, Booth & ! Oehler of Ijewiston, was the man se I lected for the work and met with the council at their regular meeting Tues <lu\ night and submitted his report From the ligures submitted tin* total outlay for the improvements proixwed will be approximately $69, 519 and will include the imviug of Main Street from we8t Une i of MU1 street to west line Llnho avenue, the width of jNiving to lx* 56 feet, and an 18-foot macadam roadway from the corner of Idaho avenue to depot, and from the corner to a connection with the North and South state highway, in the neighborhood of the Madison Meyers' same in tbe southwest part of the | < '* t * v » following ' Brewery corner. Main street to the Property to Fay Costs It is now proposed to create an im Pavement district to embrace the prop . <r **' n^nttlng both sides of Main street, tile city us a whole to lx*ar the ex ! 1 sense of paving the intersections nt the cross streets. The estimates show that this part of the improvements will j cost approximate $56,375 for a 56 | foot [lavement, or $14.93 jier front foot, I the annual cost being $2.38 per front ) foot. Preliminary Work Under Way The preliminary work in arranging for thl . , )om . ok . ttloI1 was placed in the , lam , 8 of the 8tandill(î committee on street« and sidewalks with instructions ! to employ suitable counsel to attend to the legal end of the matter. This committee lias, selected Attorney R. F. Fulton, who hus successfully handled legal work of this nature at various The committee is D. Smith, A. It. Wi times in the jwst. Composed of Geo : ley and C. C Call. Assessment lists of all the abutting property in the improvement district will be prepared and the notice for publication of the intention of tin* city to pave the street in front of the prop erty within the district, and a time if pro occurred when tin* lutter was driving) a ear over fire hose during a fire after j Ixdng waned not to do so by Oliver ! who was serving as a sjx*cial officer Norville Johnston was not driving the car but was riding in it at the time. , H . 8et Jor thi . hearlng ! tosts i ^ A CORRECTION, in our report of the court proceed- ) ings in our lust issue we erroneously i ! stated in eonneetion with the ease of the state vs. James Oliver that the alleged assualt on Norville Johnston . MISS PATRIC IA ELMERS HERE. \ Miss Patricia Eimers, weight eight l [annuls, arrived at the h>>me of Mr. j and Mrs. Gilliert W. Eimers, early I : Tu *silay morning for an indefinite i vlsi.. 'lhe little miss seems to appre- ! 1 claie lier surroundings and all eon-I cerncd are very much eluted *>ver tin new t nier. 4 1 i •■ALL TEAM 10 i 1 Ib*^... : I A large delegation from the high ' ■cli» 1 and townsfolk aeeomiianled the j school basket bull team to IiPwlston I on this morning's train, where a bask et ball tournament is to lx* pulled off tonight and tomorrow night. Quite fa w mix*r of teams will com|x*te in the contrats and the winner will enter | tin* contest that Is to follow at Moscow. | Th * bxsil team has made a flue show hearjing (hiring the year and it is felt that j they are going to "bring home the |bacon." I I i ! ; l'rom the present outlook it seems to lx* generally conceded that a sufficient ttumlxr of the property owners along Main street realized the urgent need for this improvement, to justify the, calling of the bond election. Tax of 43 Cents I'er $100. Eor the paving of the intersections , and the macadamizing of the other) two pieces of work to the depot and) to the North and South highway, the basis of a total cost of $20,300, the annual cost would be approximately $3,237, the present assessed valuation <>f the city being in the neighborhood of $750,000. This would result in a levy of 4 3-10 mills for the ten-year lieriod as is proposed to have the bonds run, or an annual tax of 43 cents [x>r year on each $100 valuation. Regardless of (lie success of the bond issue ways and meups must be pro vided for a connection with the North and South highway. A large number of |x*ople fu il to realize the vast Ix-netits to lx* derived from paved streets, and while the bur den seemingly will fall heavily ujxin those who own nonproduelng jiroporty within the improvement district, every) merchant will more thitn save tin* ad ditional tax in having his goods nnd wares transported from the depot to their laces of business. There are also on otlier advantages in having paved streets, among them Ixdng the favor ,, » , . 1 able advertising the city will receive , , in the outside world. From Ixw.iston ! 1 through tin* Palouse country to Sjxi kuiie mostly every town and hamlet already boasts of paved streets and all are highly commneded for their en terprise. Ollier Paving Planned It is rumored that certain owners of projx'rty along side streets have offered to bear the <*x|H*nse of [raving blocks connecting with Main street if the city would pave the street inter sections at the end of the blocks. First Paving Always t'npopular. Winn paving is first proposed in country towns almost without excep tion tile improvement meets with much disfavor and not until the work is installed do some realize just wlmt it means to a community. Many in stauras are known that when the first improvements of tills nature are completed proiierty owners in adjacent blocks ask for improvements districts lx* created that they might, enjoy the benefits thereof, which also en hances the value of all nearby prop erty. by the seniors of the local high school, will Is* issued by tiny Globe Printing company, this t> HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL. ) - i Contract Awarded to Globe for 1920 Edition of "Prairie Nugget.' The 1920 edition of j "Prairie ; Nugget." tlu* annual publication issued i the an with the contract Ixdng awarded week on competitive bids. The Prairie Nugget, it is stated, will cover all the different phases of selnxd life and will lx* up to the standard set with the initial publication in way and in some every es[x*ets will excel Anything heretofore issued. The lxx>k \ let will contain upwards of lot) pages. A higln lass brand of pn|x*r lias lxx*n l j I ! an ' 1 1k ' b,1 ** at - ,,,! I alln i tied «•over. 1 leather thongs. HERE ON VISIT. E. M. Berry, a rerant arrival from : tlu* east and who was reranlv dis I charged after two y ears sévira in ' Franra, came In a few days ago und j ^ visiting at the home of his sister I Mrs M. Refvem. Mr. Berry, who Is not enjoying the best of health will make an indefinite visit here and at Whitebird, where his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. H. Berry, reside. COWBOY BAND DANCE. Bills are out announcelng another Cowboy band dance at Dreamland hall Saturday night March 6 Music will furnished l>y tin- Cowboy orchestra. ! RED FLAG OK STAKS AM» KAKS. trank K- Good ini; Makes Vigorous Ap peal for Americanism. K.v Hon. FRANK It GOODING. We hear inueh about loyalty today, understand the but 1 atu unable to man who can be disloyal to country as this - a country where such a every man can be a freeman, and soon woman « 111 be every freewoman, with a ts|unl rights to participate in its af fairs and direct them for the best of all the people, are those in our midst who ganizing to tear down this and destroy it. A grout bishop said not many yivirs ago, "if this government should ever fall, when the story is written of its downfall, it will say that it crumbled and went down to destruction because the business men failed to do their I duty to their government." I that they have become stich slaves to their business, that hundreds of thou sands of them never take time to go to the iHills and vote. Must Combat Menace. I have refused to permit myself to think that there is any grave danger of the downfall of this republic, but when 1 look around and see the gov ernments that, have been destroyed in n night, and the spirit of unrest that exists in every country on earth, I am impressed with the thought that unless the business men of this country be come aroused to the danger that con fronts us, and organize ugainst the radical element, the story of the down i fall of this republic may yet be writ ! ten, and we may have to tight to see w hether the Stars and St ripes shall still lx- our emblem of liberty, or by ; the red glare of the bomb at night, the red flag shall take Its pints*. Roosevelt Was Right I interest Yet there are or government It Is said , Theodore Roosevelt was right, as usual, when lie said that Townie,v. and Ids leaders were as dangerous to this form of government Trotsky were to Russia, nail their ling to the mast and defend as ionine and Those who ... . . . . .. 1 it. and oiienily preach destruction of this form of government such as Bill Haywood. Bebs, Berger, and that, no ! lorious Sociulist, Kate O'Hare, who 1 said, "The mothers of this country who sent their Ixiys to war were no bettor than the brixxi sows on a North Da kota farm," ans not half as dangerous to this country as Townley and liis leaders who pretend to be loyal, but who preaches class liatrod and a divi sion of the people. Towuley's organization that he call ed the. Nonpartisun League is the most dangerous organization that Ibis country has ever known. II is a com mon thing to hear Townley's agita tors! saying t liât tin* Bolshevik govern ment of Russia is tin* lasst form of government tin* world lias ever known. That is not strange, for it is the form of government they lxslieve in. It is socialism. There is no difference lx* tween Socialism and Bolshevism. Bol shevism is jut a new name for Social ism. Russia A Hell on Earth. me tell you something about wlmt tin* Bolshevik is doing iu Russia. Bolslnwik is the name of tin* Soviet S.xdalist party that is controlling Rus sia today. Soviet iu I'ussia means tin* same tiling as Nonpartisan means iu this country. Under the new Soviet constitution mnn who employs lnlior >n the farm, in Hie mill or in the shop, or any other line of indus t| K |«-nuittcd to I, et j of Itiissia no ; either i exercise vote or any right iu t lu* affairs of his govern ment. «»lily Hie working men as they call them can lx* [xTinitted to vote, and to hold office, and to carry arms. The land all Ixdongs to the govern ment, and a man's right to till tin* soil and where a man shall make bis home, is under government control. Live st«x*k all Ixdongs to the government and is leased out to the farmer on tin* shares. To show their contempt for the farmer in Russia, In* is given but * very little representation in the affairs j of bis government. All priests and ; ministers and all those who had la-eii |,< inployed in religious work are denied ! the right of franchise. 1 A hundred thousand lives every j month in tin* great eitles of Petrograd and Moscow is the toll that is taken to keep the Soviet Socialist republic ill power in Russia. Whenever a man opposes Ix*iiino's government, he is shot and his whole family is destroyed, so there is no one I left of his race to avenge his death. It is a war of extermination in Russia. Marriage a Mockery. But worse, r. hundred times worse than all this, is their attack on the j (Continued >u Page 8.) NEW CITIZENS MADE LAST SATURDAY Special Examiner G. W. Tyler Here From Seattle Rep resenting 1 Government. JURYREP0RTSFR1DAY Syndicalism Cases First to Be Heard; Divorce Granted to Clara E. Rose. Saturday was naturalization day iu the district court when Judge Wallace N. Scales following an examination conducted by G. W. Tyler naturali zation examiner from Seattle adinlit ed Christopher Steine of Ferdinand, Anton Peters of Whitebird, Hurry N. Moore of Sûtes, norman B. Elx rluirdt of Spring amp, Carl Schurra of Cot tonwood and Cyrus Overman and Wil liam Halford of Grangevilie to citi zenship under the Stars and Stripes. The petitions of Kasper Sommer and Miehnl Keiidzierski of Cottonwood were continued until next term and the IK'tition of Alois Simlxick of Gtange ville was dismissed owing to the failure of one of bis witnesses to qualfy as to knowledge of tin* ix*t it baler's residence in tin* I'nited States. Judge Seales granted a divorce Wed nesday in the ease of Clara E. Hose vs. Frank Rose. The damage sail brought by Roy Nail against the railroad company has lMx*n set. for trial on March 13. Tomorrow. March 5. the Jury reports and the trial of the State vs. Sandeen and the State vs. Harolds,,n, charged with criminal syndicalism, will be heard by tin* jury Friday and Satur day. Tin* jury will also lx* busy all next week. JOINS COWBOY HAND. Jimmie Bellmaine, a recent arrival from S|xikane, joined the Cowboy band organization Ibis wrak and can be found most every Saturday night at Dreamland hail where he will assist tin* Cow I xi y band orchestra in the part of trap drumming. Mr. Bellmaine la an expert mechanic and is employed at the ('entrai garage. MRS. ANNA BENSON DEAD. Mrs. A. .1. Benson a well known res ident of this county in former years, INisscd away at Seattle, Wash., Thursday. February 26. Mrs. Benson, who conducted a hotel at Florence in tin* days of tin*. Iss, m [lerlisl, was the on mother of Arthur Meyers, who is now a residenl >f Black Diamond. Wash. After leaving Grangevilie Mrs. Ben son located at llo. The news regarding her death was very meagre. MRS. J. T. ORBISON DEAD. Word was re<olved hen* this wrak by Mr and Mrs. .1 .1 l'tflse announcing tin* sudden death on Wednesday, Mar. 3. of Mrs. J. T. Orbison, at N»*z|x»ree, who with her husband iu former years conducted a store at Denver, and that tin* funeral would lx* held at that place this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Deceased will b<> laid to r«*st beside her husband wlio passed away a few years ago. V ,ohn ,Vars,m * Representing State ■ 8,anle Department Here I-ast Week J John Pearson, lns[x*t<>r of dams and ! fishways for the state game depart | nient was a business visitor ill the ! 4 'R. V *•«' latter part of last wrak. While lieiv Mr. Pearson made a trip to the electric light rompnay's new dam on tin* Clearwater to look into tin* mat ter of establishing suitable fish lad ders at tbut plnra. Satisfactory con clusions were reached and the work of establishing tills fish ladder will l>e taken up by the company as soon as weather conditions and the stage of the water In the river will )x*rmlt. The ladder will lx* constructed of rament. WILL Bl ILD FISII LADDERS Mr. Pearson was a former resident of til's section and is well known to u large numlx*r of the older inhabl I tant» of this section and while here I enjoyed a plynsunt visit.