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9 X'V OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER VOL. XIII, NX). 20 ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO COUNTY, I DAIlO, THURSDAY, U'RIL S, 1020 $1.50 THE YEAR NDSFOURTH MAL '49 | I j SHOW 1 ■ ; I I Oowboy Band Members Exert Intf Efforts to Make Affair i " Better Than Ever l SURPRISES PROMISED Hgement States "a Cow »11 Full of Jazz" Awaits Their Patrons 'Days of '49' i The fourth annual Show to tie staged by the memtiers of the Orangeville Cowboy band, will be held at Dreamlnwl hall April 28, 29 and 80 , and the word has gone out the effect that this event will eclipse anything this well known musical or ganization has pulled off in the jiast, i! and you know what that means. WhUe not exactly ready to make known to the public just what is in store for the patrons of the '49 show. It has been whispered around that the management has u uumlier of real surprises up their sleeves which will greatly a«ld to the merriment of the iccasion The festivities for each evening will te opened by a street concert by the ull organization to la* followed by the ipedal features of entertainment pro dded for the main hall, dancing and ndulgeace in the siairts and pastimes >f the real days of '49 closing each venkig's performance. _ In the past standing room has been t a premium when these entertain ments have opened their doors and eople have com«* from miles around to 'arelwake part in the sports and you will Jotlo well to tx* there early each evening, rinesî? All the sporting games of the olden fa.lays will be in full swing and those nclined can simply lict tlieir heads off ~-phooey fenney, of course—ut their avorite games. This week we are not p»>nnit.ted to jay much alxiut this fourth annual how for fear some of the inside mat j i ers he given away, so we will let ISfCflhe public await the official announce lents of th<' ban«I which will appear SWe- 1 010 near future. FOR SUPERINTENDENT'S JOB VC. liss Logut*. I*rofessor in Gooding Col lege. After State Berth Announcement of the candidacy o: rofesaor Leona W. Logue for the re ( uhllcan (nomination for superintend ggrlt of public instruction of Idaho has *en made public. Professor Login* aad of the English department of ooding college, Gooding, Idaho. is a •aident of Twin Falls, Idaho She is i, Spokane this week during the teach cyes; meeting. She will make the ra«x* til» succeed Ethel E. Ihxlfield, wli rving her second term as suiierhi ndent of public instruction of Idaho. ProfcMsor Logue is a native of Mis url and was graduated from the New ezico state normal university. Sue ing ; ifferet Is nothe is had' two years of exiieriemx* in hool administration extension work. 5 From teaihpr in a country school, iwdpul of a high school, sujK'ritvteiid t of dty sehiMils and college proftx« r Professor Ltigue lias sealed the ed ational ladder. She holds a state 8 certificate aud has conducted or ! of «trusted 17 sessions of teachers' u«»r \ ii toatttutes. cg-Ü'lB INVITED TO NEZPERCE Robert Ambler, clerk of the local W. W. camp is in r«xx*ipt of a letter >m the Neziienx* camp inviting the al Woodmen to attend a session of lodge on the 14th <*f April', . which time 25 applicants will be lîjjd down the trail to the Woodmen j arixig." A liampiet and musical pr<> tm will add to the entertainment | those attending. w I ! leal« , i*d Mrs. Tammany C. Vincent j 1 leave next Monday for Santa Ana, ff„ where they expect to locate, j 2:30 » Vinrent sold his home and furnish MOVING TO CALIFORNIA «T 5 _Th«*s<* 8 la the south jwrt of town, every-j m «oeepting their piano. REMOVED TO YAKIMA Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. Zuvor loft yester | tiny morning for Mnviston whore th«' latter will remain until Mr. Zuvor se cures a hntiie in Yakima, oxjiocting to reside there in the near future. Mr. I Zuvor, who will 'em er the real estate j business at that place was aooompai: i«xl by Honnie Castle and George \V. ; Willey, who contemplate investing. Auctioneer Zuvor will I the first of the coming week to cry I the Xuxoll sale in the return here Greeuereek country, and if the weather permits i '»ke liis ear for the return trip lie l in K aixxuupanied from Lewiston by Mrs. Zuvor. LONNIE FRAY EXPANDING Ss a ; ; j Solid Confect Miner) Store and lNtr rhased Larger Establishment A rivent communication from Lonnie Fray from Ellensbur that he has sold his confectionery store and also had purchased one of the most up-to-date establishments of the same kind in that city, the latter deal approximating $7,2<X>. He took i»o«ses sion on the first of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Fray are well pleased with 'Ellensburg and state that it is a good place to make money, and there is lots *>f it floating around. Wash., states IDAHO COUNTY VOCATIONAL TRAINING j Four Returned Soldiers Tak-1 m m . _ . lUg Advantage of Federal 1 Government's Offer A«*cording to information issued from St*attle this week by Claude H. Anderson, head of the federal board for vocational training for this district, four s«ildiers from this county who were «lisabled by either wounds or | disease while in the service, are being taught o«*cui>atl<>ns at the expense of the government. Others who are elig ible have deferred their training for various reasons elassifi«*d below. The government is training th«*ne inen Ixsause they were disabled by j wounds or disease which handicap them in following tlieir former occu ! ] is initions. Some are trained in schools, others in shops, factories or stores, some by a combination of both methods, single men rtnx'iv«* $80.00 per month for livlll)r Additional expens<*s. amounts, bringing the total up to as high as $150.00 per month, are allow ed f«ir dependents. District No. 13, which includes Wash ington, Oregon and Idalm, lias trained or approved for training over 2,000 «lisabUnl soldliHx to dato. list from tlds Following is the county : Grangeville—Eugene F. Van Flret, ; agriculture, University of Idaho. Ilarpster—Frank Fraser, commer cial. Rehnko-Walker business college, Portland. I Mt. Idalio making. first notice. James A. Goan, harness Approved ; no response to Placement training. Winona—Frixl M. Leonard, agricul ture, University of Idaho. FRANK Mt'NRO IN SOUTH at Former Deputy Postmaster of Grange ville, Yisited Florida From Indiana This w«x*k the Globe reoeiv«xl a l«'t ter from our former townsman, and deputy postmaster. Frank Mitnro. writ ten at Bristol. Indiana, on the 31st ! March. Frank, accompanied by Mrs. f Munro, moved to Bristol going on tw .years ago. Tliey are still interested in Idaho county and her |»x>ple and dt* sire to learn of their doings through the columns of th«' Globe. j | the letter containing a clnx k for subscription. The letter follows: Friend Smith, Grangeville. Idaho. Did you know that Indiana has some j'winter. Well, I have found it out, and I am tinxl of it, so when I had a chance ! w Hi a party to go and see Florida, it did not take me long to make up my mind to go Our party met at th«* Dearborn Sta tion, Chicago, and wi»re ushered to oilr , -car, u combination sleep,-r and diner. j the evening of February 21 and eaily the next m«iniing we passed the snow j line, and saw the red clay soil of Ken ( tucky and Tennesix*. farms arc surely at th«*ir worst at this time of the year. FENN POSTOFFICE AND STORE ENTERED BY BURGLARS FRIDAY NIGHT Knocked Off Combination Dial and Opened Door; Estimated $125 and Numerous Postage Stams Removed; Fred Morris in Custody The I mst off ice and store conducted by Marion Weber at Venn, Idaho, was 'burglarized last Friday night and it Ss estimated that the sum of $125 and a large number of postage stamps wore taken from the safe. Clucks and other liapers In the safe were not removed us has been reported. The Webers who have living rooms in the rear of the store building were away from home, Mrs. Weber being in Orangeville and Mr. Weber was attending an en tertainment ut the 1. O. O. F. hall. The work of the intruder was not dis covered until the return of Mr. Weber alunit midnight. Sheriff Eller was at ouoe notified and reached the scene of the crime about 1:30. A ninnlier of Fenn citizens joined tlie sheriff in the search for the thief. A light snow was on the ground and aided ; the officer and his men in following The tracks of the person who entered ♦he building. ; tlie store wore shoes that had been fcalf-soltxl ami in following the tracks j which led away from tin* store they led directly to a bunk house, tracks The man who entered "î";!;; 'V' nffwT/'T W ''T visible at different places along the 1 road going the opposite direction. N«*ar «11 outbuilding some one had been tramping bai'k and forth, the snow l>e ing beaten down, as though some ix*r son had lieen kix'ping watch while his companion did tin* work. At the bunk house Sheriff Eller (found' Frixl Morris, an employe«' of the Wit he row ranch, who was taken | ! ga of course with the battlefield of Ixiokoiit Mountain and tin* lieautiful ] hills «if tin* Gumherlainls. could l«*ave the car and many snap shots were taken by our party. Alabama and Georga were the n«*xt stat«*s we went thru and Monday morn ing found us in Jacksonville Florida, What a change for u« northerners, As we left that city, we entered the pine for«*sts and many tiirfM-ntin«* stills were seen along the route. The foliage is a beautiful green and gardens are ! filled with vegetables, in many places leople were swn gathering them for ! We were watching to see Chattam Here we i the coming meal. Then along tin* route are continuous 1,lllllls ' ,ive oaks, tall pines, palmettos aiul tho plant lift* of tin* swamps. In uuo'y places the gray Florida inns, i so dense that it has killed tlu* trees The orange and grain* fruit Ugan t< appear, and at Haines City we wer given a chance to gather some as our train stop|N*il 40 ininut«*s. We visited , tin* citrus orchards near tlie siding and came Jjgck laden xvitli fruit. Haines Uity is connected by with Lake Okeecimbix* •anal ' one hundred miles south, and the Lake is also m*etc»l Gulf of Mexits con and vitii III«* Atlantic Ocean liy canal. After a splendid southern breakfast we were ushered into autos »hat had Tuesday morning found our party at its destination. Moore Haven, Fieri *•«, "here the peopl«* were working in th<*ir sliirt sl«x ves. Tliaf eiinchixl ii x,,n. and were driven thru the city of We were in tiic sunny south. Is'cn summoned iiy our host. Mr. Alii Mo ire Haven, over tliree miles •f pnv ed str«x*ts, seeing the sulislantial homes <>f thrift and happiness. As our autos left tin* city we wore ghvu our fir a 5 <mi acre field of cal.! age W'ing harvested. Trucks load vie" of Muck Lands with ts wonderful productions. First "«• saw ■/. «xl ■ iiii •rates as fast as they can return from the railroad. This crop acre, are and this crop is ready for the bringing in another $300 to is selling from $5on to $700 per Tomatoes are planted liefere the ««ts bag«* is harvestixl and in 60 days ri| market, $71'* per acre for the owner. A, ter the tomato crop the rows are age In planted, this time to iieanuts whL-li are harvesBxl in six or seven wix rc'iiriiing never less than $250 ix»r ai-r«*. Then there is a volunteer crop that <xira<*s up later that nets the grow er an average of $80 |x*r aere. I into custody and brought to the county jail. Tlie following day lie was given it rigid examination by County At tor ney K. Auger, and as no further evi dence other than the half-soled shoes was available, Morris was permitted It is alleged that the shoes worn by Morris wore also half-soled, and when picked up by the sheriff at about 3 o'clock In tlie morning the soles and the uppers were still wet. Sheriff Eller was not qhite satisfied with tlie outcome of the matter and prooix'ded at once to gather further evidence in the ease. It Is alleged that Morris had only worked one day at tlie ranch and had drawn no money and was ro|K>rtcxl about town to lie "broke," when taken into custody had almut $30 in his iMisHCHslon ; $25 in $5 bills, 'about $5 in silver anil 1(1 cents in 2 ix'nt jKistage stani|is which he stated he had purchased in Coeur d'Alene. to go. After a still hunt Mr. Eller found a man and wife who reside along the road traverstxl by the half-soUxl sh«H>s, who had seen a man puss their place that night who wore a military over coat. Morris also wore a military overcoat, and while In* d<>nic<l any knowledge of the affair, stating posi lively that he had not b«*t>» in Fenn that night, the sh«»riff again brought him to til** county jail and on Tuesday he was iidmitt««] to bail In tin* sum of $1,000 and preliminary hearing set for 10 o'eloek Friday morning l**f<>re the probate «xnirt. Just notice that during all this time "'♦* have not mentioned tin* horse or the amount of land reservist for hay. <xirn, there are no w«x'ds and tin* soil is ko|it moist by subirrigation there is no inxxi of a cultivator. from seven to ten years. «»n<* grand ! sight was a stock farm where hogs feen* enjoying themselves in tin* alfalfa, "'<* were told that alfalfa is cut from nine to eleven tlnu*s a year. Hermudn Grass is their best pasture as one acre provides pasture for four head of stock each year. After dinner we again took the autos and visited the uiul«'V«*lo|K'd country. f soil that was the fine crops we had stx*n tractor is at work ! plowi..g and discing vetting ready for bfops, the several sections purchased liy our party. 'I'hru these sections runs ; ia series of «litclies that flow into Lake ! Ifi«| taiiiks. black buss arc oats, «*tc., to carry our stock tliru th<* winter. Why? i tax'd the horse. Because we do not Our work lias ls*en rarritxl along with a tractor and as E Sugar cant* is a productive crop as one planting mises a continuous crop s«x*ing the same kind raising and alrend) the , •lux' and as we stand upon tlie . s«x'n in abtiud- j ! ' aime. U I m >n our return to Jacksonville. Mr. Allison insisttxl H|h> n a side trip to the Fountain of Youth. Thursday a. in. a large auto was chartere«] and 1 after a sight • ■it y . mir Augustine, u her«* \\e sights and satisflixl tin* longings of every stiujcnl who remomliors the seeing trip around the I cliauffer li t the trail for St. j ■njoyed the tored America. Fort with its ditugixins for arly , history of the brave tin-n wlm first en There was th«' old tortur«', 1 the moat, the quaint old cannon, sup !«>se<l to sliiMit four miles, th«' Gates to the city, tin* oldest liottse in the t'nit •*d States which contains many relies d«*ar to lovers of history and last ajll. tin* Fountain of Youth, amazing to note tin* effect •f j ^ It was f the wat on file memliers of the party, but as we were all sworn to sixTtx y. I dar«» not mention any antics. If you are contemplating a trip south, do not hesitate on account <e ag<*. Th«» land of sunshine will add fifteen years of happiness to your life, ! and your bank account will grow ITS in j , , proportion. So like the «-ream of wheat add, I wont Ik* happy until I get south fori g<x>d. 1 : Yours n*s|xx'tfully, FRANK S. MUNRO, Bristol. Indiana, I STOCK POISONED I'amiers Losing \niinals From Various Causes; Stark lint toms and Influenza Senator X. it. IVttllxnie was in the oity last Saturday from his farm miles north from t Gntngt'villo and in talking over goner : Tiotne ahout 12 ill conditions with a representative of the Globe, stated that while «"xoroislng the strictest kind of economy in ftxx 1 iiur his cattle he had lost twi tirade cows that week. good Fix'd was get ting a little short and in cleaning up a stack iH'ttom lie gathered up some moulded hay which was fed to the eat 1 tie. The weather was rather severe ami the animals were given a little more hay than usual. The following morning when Mr. Hettllame went out 1 to his fix'd lot two of Ids grade txnvs | were lying demi. About tlie middle of March a malady j broke out among Ed chase's horses and as a result he lost two valuable animals las. week. The affliction ! seemed to affect tlie head and neck j and lasted a little over two weeks be- | fore deuth overtook them. During their | illness Um' horses seemed to have good appltltes and drank heartily at alt times, but gradually grew worse until the end. He ts at a loss to know what was the trouble but state«! that it acted like influenza. None of his other stock was afflicted. j , j I FIND GORDON DEAD ON I SNAKE i i While in Ix'wiston a few days ago Remoitn? of Charles Gordon, Young Trapper, Who Dis appeared, Buried S. Gordon of Asotin, re|Hirte«l tin** finding of tin* dead Itody of his son, Charles, 17 years old, who «lisappearod D«*c«*mlK'r 12, while engagixl in trap ping on the upper Snake river. The information was received from Roy Gordon of Riggins, and stated that the lusty which was found by a searehiug party of ton men, was buried where found. The remains were in a sitting l«isition and tlie hoy had lax'ii frozen to death. S. ; l.i'* s. 'J'la* boys ! Grc building in a tool of The lsiy had a lint* if traits along the Snake river above l'it.tsburg Ismd ing and a visit to his cabin in January indicated that lie had not Imx'ii then* for some tim«'. It was stat«xl Unit tin* body will lie removed later. BOY SCOUT NOTES Last. Saturday Graugevilh* Troop I. ■ ecnits, ;io strong, hiked aliuost io I In top of the hills smith of town. ; of tIn* made the trip ivc* them sonp along forestr« • were instructed ia Ranger Itussell Cunningham b m *ii I Forestry off.ix wiih the troop and g very instructive work snow . Len! 1 '.' succeeded in building four fires j ' tie tor each Patrol. Lunch was ! around tin* fires liefere the a an u ■ ret urn Gap was made. In i. ing the n 1 iicri' Tuesday night at tin* high school p was given the l< i-] U examination under the direct-1 I ion of S. V. Fullaway, M. Reese Hatln j baugh, and John Eimers. coinmittix*. Nine t roop i 11 tin* f the lie vs siloece I in making various tests SUCiX'SS I , fully, uauielv, llarry Bradbury, Fred Dai. Earnest Day. Jesse Fol'dlmtll, Glia:' Ilaiison. Marion Bley, Lari Smi 1 erbiirg. t Saluuel Keliliehter, and Gus Seliultz. A niunbor passed the oral quiz but fell down on Hit* knot tying. Each boy W ing required to tie ten different knot-'. Another hike is planned for the last uf the w«X'k. S. A. would like t j country districts who are interested in sfurtlng scout patrols in their school districts. Stuhl is, tlie master, hear from boys in tlie scout ! INFANT Al GUTER DEAD Tillie Ruth Ketron, 2-year-old (laugh j , Iter of Mr. and Mrs. Rotiert Ketron, di d at the family home at Denver early yesterday morning from pneu Funeral servlms were held at inonia. the residence at 11 o'clock today, In 1 ferment lx*ing made at Denver ecu»* : tery. MEN INJURED IN ROCK SLIDE Powder Blasts and Heavy RaUlS Caused Rocks to SÜD Over IleaVV Cut " TAKEN TO SPOKANE Assistant Superintendent Per . ttt i tx r, eFS ° n S ^ teS Work Be De layed for Ten Days the crew were jimxl. A rock slide which swept down the steam shovel crew at Grant Smith & ( 'o.'s on camp No. 1, above Douineeq last Friday, caught tlie shovel admid ships and the three men i-omprlslng more or less badly in Tlie slide occurred at u point where a doop cut had lxx»n made in the steep hillside a short «llstnnce from the bank of the Salmon river. In mak ing this cut a large amount of powder Jiad lax'ii us«'d which bnisenixl up the rtw'ks alx>ve and the following heavy niins caused the rock and earth to slip from their moorings The shovel was of the caterpillar t.viic and when the rock «xmimenced to de the «'»terpillars were fell soon cover oil nlileh tends to hold the shovel erect mul kept tlie machin«* from ing into the river. go The «'iiglneer, O. Wiles, jumptxl from the dix-k of the engine when he saw tin* sli«i«* hit the machine, iiinl sustained severe injuries to Ills left hand and arm in doing so. H. Hiekinan, the fireman, also jump ed and received a broken shoulder The criiiiesnmii, Win. Welch, fured worst of the three liy being pinneil to Ids s«*at. with h«*avy rocks anil was al most (ximpletely burhxl and consider alde time was r<x|uli-ed to dig him out. add to Ills difficulty a steam plfie was broken almost in Ills face and he was n«*iir suffocation nxx'iving a broken ankle and burns from tin* stimm. Tin* accident oecurred in th«> after noon and tin* men wer«* brought to this oily on Saturday and shipped to the Sacred Heart hospital train. T win'ti reliev«d. s«*vem Sunday's on A. O, Vterson, tendent at that end in from Spokane last evening and re assistant sii|x*rin of tin* work, came |»orts the injurixl mending as rapidly si s could Ipo e\|M'otod, stating that none "ill have permanent injuries. A new steam shovel crew was sliqi 'nn* peil to camp No. 1 this morning, slide covered a distance if fifty or sixty feet an« I eight or ten days will la* required to dig out the shovel and make neix*ssary roi mi 1 rs can lie resiiuiixl. liefere work Peterson will leave for camp No. 1 Friday morning. Mr. C. I*. CONE MISES EYE Returned From Portland l.as( Friilay After Three \V«*«*iis' Treatment Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Com* Friday came evening's train from in on Portland, where the former hud lax'ii taking Tlie treatment for an injurixl eye. treatment was of no avail and minus his right Mr. Gone returned opt ie. Tht* injury was received nne ten Gone was riding " lien Mr. years agi after cattle. Sonic of tlie animals bad Im* hcadixl off and Mr. t Gone was riding through the brush after them when a twig caught in his horse's bridle and whip] ill the ey e. He tins Imx'Ii di I I tack strieking hint ■toring tb«' «' since that time and lias bix'ti a «•onstaut sufferer. tlii Dn their way home they stopped off at Glarkston fo visit for a short time 4vitli friends, among them tx-ing O. M. Chamberlain, one of til«* • id tim«*rs of While in Portland Mr. ('one visited Powell Gibson who is now reeii|x»rating from a severe «qiorathin. minify. MRS. VON HEDGE IU RIED The funeral of Mrs. Katherlna Von Berge was held from the residence last Saturday fon»i...<m and was attended by a large number of friends from th<* surrounding country, the servi<x*s tie ing conducted by Rev. H. the Federated church. S. Randall of Undertaker A. J. Mattgg directed the funeral.