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C THEAfewKAHPK&S/KaocUTION VOL. XIV, NO. 21 ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO COUNTY IDAHO. THl'RSDAY, APRIL 14, 1921 $1.50 THE YEAR • CO. BOARD IN REGULAR SESSION ! I 1 I j j Large Amount of Routine Bus iness Being Handled To Date. CONTRACT FOR NURSE Upon Showing Made by Red Gross Officers and Others Action Taken. j I ! I April Term. Monday First Day April 11, 1921. On this Monday, the 11th day of April, 1921, at 9 o'clock a. m., the Han. J Board of county commissioners met ln I regular session held In the commis* loners' room for the transacting of such business as might properly come be fore them. * Present: Dale Clark, chairman, Ed ) ! J ! , . I nual financial statement of the county ; auditor for the fiscal year ending j January 8th, 1921, and approved the | same and the board hereby adopts ., _. . . , J K ' said report, as a hole, as the statement . ._, . .. ' v - to be made by the board, as required ! In sec. 3518, compiled laws of the . T . . . . sana* to bespread oi) 6 «! * °i such statement m HU as On onler of tlie probate Judge, Lena Vesta Cosand is hereby placed on Hie Mothers Pension roll to receive >20.00 per monlth from the 8th day of AprU ' 1021 ! It appearing that Sots 7 and 8, block 10. original U>wn of wero deed- | wflH e J 77 7 I hen ' she was committed to the county farm. tn f, '* W i prope ^ y 18 mortgaged WOrt *' J!w 0rdered •n,™ ana 'Jl " 4 . ^ th<> mort ' a , C 8Ä Jl^ ^ rop " rl - . ° J e )wltng. I nnovnd „nq W 'Ja mS w«rm „io »s . drawln « e curren expense - Dale Clark, salary county commis« oner >175.00 George D. Smith, salary county com- j mlssloner ward 8. Vincent and Geo. D. Smith, commissioners, and Henry Teicher, clerk. The board here examined the an- i fund. --175.00 Bd. S. Vincent, salary county comratss-j loner 175.00 com. 44.32 Dale Clark, expenses eo. Ed S. Vincent, expenses eo. com. Geo. D. Smith, expenses eo. com. Henry Teleher, auditor _ Henry Teleher, deputy _ Henry Te|k*er, salary RobUn Bon. deputy _ Henry Teleher, salary Derrig, ropiest Henry Teleher, salary. Oillettt, extra help _ Henry Tpjcher, quarter _ Henry Teleher, expense auditor's convention W. A. Cain, ance _ Frank Kallean, quarterly allow ance! __ E. Lockwood, quarterly allow ance _ James McPherson, quarterly al lowance _ Mrs. Emma Coffey, quarterly allowance _ Lillian Bassfield. Iowan re_ Mrs. Anna King. lowanoe _ L. Krlhs. quarterly allowance.. James Tierney, quarterly allow ance Bessie Gabriel, quarterly allow ance _ 70.20 2.51 salary county 450.00 salary Harris 390.00 300.00 I 300.00 84.00 expense Tot* 58.11 «9.48 quarterly allow 45 00 30.00 30.00 24.00 36.00 45.00 quarterly al quart *rly al «0.00 2J0O 30.00 90 00 County auditor, Nozperse. quart erly allowance for W. H Dve 135 00 J G Elmers, sheriff. for qttarer _ J. G. Elmers, salary deputy Ar nold _ salary 450.00 375.00 J. G. Elmers, RdthwWl .. J G. Elmers, expensb for quart er _ J G. Elmers, expenses deputy Arnold J. G. Elmers, expense Billiard salary deputy 330.00 218.07 222.34 4 ! case I J. G. Elmers, expense taking Howard McPherson to St. 1 Anthony _ J. G. Elmers, board for prison 134.0« 7.00 J. G. Elmers, board for prison 78.00 I erg - j Leonard Case, salary school superintendent_ j Teonard Case, salary assistant Pearson _ rasp * expense for qnar ter 450.00 275.00 122.04 l/eonard Case, expense trustees meeting _ Leonard Case, expense spelling contest _ 12.67 14.29 Teona rd Case, other expense -- 155.02 Leonard Case, school examina tion 34.05 I Otie L. Cone, salary treasurer. 412.50 Otle L. Cone, salary deputy Knox .837.50 Dille Kittle, salary special help treasurers office___ j Otie L. Cone office expense_ 15.311 j I Ralph M. Pavey, county agent ! expense _ _ _ I Ralph M .Pavey, salary county agent -1-- 10.00 J J- E Byrom, probate Judge, sal I ary - * T - E. Byrom, salary Freda Hes Herman, clerk Freda Hesterman, stenographic work _ 57.68 225.00 350.00 270.00 10.00 350 00 ! 14.01 m.so 1 B Au(?er * Ralarv P ro8ecuttn K At ' ) torney _ ! B. Auger, expenses prosecuting J attorney _ ! Effte Davis, salary county sten I ographer___ ; Ira E Smlth , 8alarv Janltor ._ j <T(Vbn D Ix>nj , salary fourth | quarter 1920 _ . , T »» , ' A. J. Maugg, salary coroner 12.50 r> a o* i . i » - g. S. Stockton, salary county ! nhv . M . n „ ... .j". 7." P. M. GlanvlHe, quarantine sui> pBes - 57.60 I W. A. FoskefiL, professional ser- 1 cf vices- 40.00 I foot j. r>. shinntek, professional ser- of vices_ 40.50 Ing w. p Orr, professional services 60.00 r Chlpman, examination of tn- den ! sane .. 10.00 on h. B. Blake, report vital statis | tlc8 ... t5.25 ' 8 StO0kt ° n ' ^^r vlta l ata - him fistic* . 11.25 (j. 8. Stockton, professional ser v,oes .*. 174 -' V > ' Calvin Hazelhaker, salary coun " ty asfioHsor - 450.00 tifo I Calvin Hazelhaker, salary de wh ite - 337.5" j IV « Calvin Haselbaker, salary spec ial help. Btttle- 273.00 j to - Calvin Hazelhaker, salary spec- ! i B i ho vp. Ada Sweet. 59.501 Calvin Hazelhaker, salary field j i 5.82 «2.50 ! 171.00 deputy, Powell _ Calvin Hazelhaker, salary field Warren ___ Calvin Hazelhaker. salary field 180.50 i .... 150.00 deputy Nau _ Calvin Hazedbaker, salarv field _l.li.Mi deputy Saunders_ < alvln Hazelhaker. salary, Ers klne 45 HO ( alvln Hazelhaker, expense for quarter ___ Calvin Hazelhaker, expense field deputy Warren Calvin nazelbaker, expense ^-Ul deputy Powell__ Calvin Hazelhaker, expense field deputy Nau ..._ Calvin Hazelliaker, expense field Saunders _-*_ j. 'îeorge Barker, horse hire for sheriffs office_ Alexander-Freidenrich, supplies for .7 ,H. Bullard indigent.. 2Î.I» 1 _ 40.00 58.85 13.8C j I 72.55 ; 18 00 i 12.54 ; pense, small pox. White Bird 31 r .75 ■ Geo. H. Arnold quarantine ex Alexander-Freidenrich, supplies for county - farm_ W. S. Rice, keeper of county farm _ 201 U0 j . 20.15 W. S. Rice I »ist for county farm 21.00 Alexander-Freidenrich, supplies .1. F. Brown. Indigent._ 50 00 H. C. Oliver, supplies for Pretty man. Indigent _ : 2197 5999 Alexander-Freidenrich. supplies Fd MHtin, indigent_ J. M. Verberkmoes professional services__ H. W. Wentworth, profossioual servi«*« —_ H. W. Wentworth, professional services _ A. Mulledy, supplies for indi gent _ Sassman A Swingler, supplies | for Jones, indigent._ 27.85 I. T. Green, supplies, indigent (cut $27.80) L. R. l'r<H*ter, supplies, T. O. LI rise y _ Kooskia Drug Co., supplies, quarantine_ (OontJOued on page 6) Iter - 194 <<» in nett 13 00 to 1 •"15 <H* .19 65 j . 75.00 No. per, out 10.00 _ 26.20 THE BEST SPRING TONIC X ts rz \l/ *2 DCC CQMMCN 3IHÏÏS C ! i m f i ' wo mst / Jj.4 fl J3;JE mri — J I I 7 i »I» Ï: -; V.* i j M r it. class Event of Year to Be Held At High School , Auditorium. 1 SENIOR PLAYWILL ON FRIDAY APRIL 22 ltorium April 22 The play is a story cf college life. Woolf", a dlsaipated foot ball player, limit, ug the sucies, j of the <i>m by ref isi u lo obey trala Ing rul. ■. Grant Hayden is urged *o .upplart him on the tram. But H «♦ den is working every -pare moaimit on a piece of clay modeling, which he j uieiids u enter in a • a petition, sc -e*,y , c ping that .he t .T • will en. . e him and his broth- to remain <* tchool. Woolfc. in a tit of jealous misrepresents Haydeu to Watassa and | mites her to destroy the model. «#■ tassa finally understands Woolfe's mo tifo but not before she has wrecked the model and Woolfe has been exi>elled. IV ith Watassa s help another model Is completed barely In time for Hayden to enter the game thus saving the, team from defeat i ■ ; The Senior Class will present "The Touch Down" in the High School Add ! I Albert Taylor ; Stanley Stanhery The Cast : Grant Hayden expert foot ball player, amateur sculptor — Robert. Hayden, Grant's younger brother Alfred Woolfe. a dissipated foot ball player-Kenneth Richards ; Gene Clarke, coach ..Laurence Foskett Junius Brooks, heavy weight soph- i Willard Rush j omore George Holman, football substitute Lee Petfibone Henry Sumner, one of the young _Fred Hanger Watassa Faulkner, girl student and foot hull enthusiast professors ! Margrette Krakau Rena Maynard, girl student, eo ! quettish Magery Carson, a Junior who lisps _Mayme Richards Dollie Sylvester, one of the S.vl vester twins_Marie Kennedy Evelyn Sylvester, Dollie's echo.. _, Margaret Kerle* Priscilla Parmclee, Dean's assist Jessie Keeler , Naomi Manring The play is under the direction of Miss Dryden. high sehoul English teacher. ant HERE FROM MONTANA Mrs. A T. Barnett of T'homiison Kalls Mont, was au arrival here on Sunday and will make an exlended visit with relatives In this section. On hearing of tile misfortune that iiefell Iter sister Mrs. T F. Holman, recently in having her ankle broken Mrs. Bar nett at once departed for Grangevillo to assist In earing for her sister. While here Mm Barnett will also visit at the home of Mrs. Harnett's parents Mrs. R. N. Barnett in tin* ! i Tolo section. The ladles of Camas Social Oluh No. 2 will give a dance on Friday night CAMAS SOCIAL CLUB DANCE. April 22nd at the I. O. O. F. hall at Fenn. Idaho per, $1.50. Tickets Including gup Good music will be prj Tided and everybody Is Invited to come . out and have a good time. i U. S. Biological Department To Place Man Here To Poison Squirrels. PLAYWILL POISON ON VACANT LANDS I I .si Prairie are to be exterminated season the Idaho County Farm Bureau I j must have rhe co-opeation of every l farmer, no matter whether he resides j on deeded land, government or school lands. Indian lands or lands belonging i to unknown owners. j s , t , |n . D , wt)fIll th)8 _ j tIon thi v r n) p un ,irc*ds ^ I vigilance Is employed thousands of i rtollarH of damage will Is- visited upon j | t lie farmers. Through the efforts of , h<1 Idaho County Farm Bureau and the County Agent, Pavey, the U. 8.! biological department will put a man! j n j^ a bo county to take care of the squirrels on the vacant lands. Recen'- ; Iy ttle biological department put the ! proposition to the farm bureau In the i j in I if the hundreds and thousands of 3 ! ground squirrels that Infest Ou mas this I following manner: "The government will poison and exterminate squirrels on its land where It adjoins deeded i land that is poisoned. The government j will furnish the poison and oats and ; place a man In the field to assist in mixing and the distribution but makes the demand that farmers who have ' ; adjoining public land must poison their squirrels and render aid In putting out i the poison on the public land. Fur- j j thermore the government will go over every piece of land the second time." I If you want this work done It ]» j up to you to set* your neighbor and talk the matter over. Those who get started in the cumiaign first will n.a ! encounter the obstacles that present thnras<4ves later in the season This week letters * were sent out to ! all farmers who have lands adjoining public lands in which a frank expres sion of their intentions along this lino is contained therein. The county farm bureau has the , poison on hand at $2.00 per ounce and this added to 10 quarts of oats makes 700 squirrel baits. 'The county agent is her to. give mixing démonstratif Notify him and be will lie pleased t > visit any community. The following are the community leaders in the different sections wher * been 'them for information and poison: ms. OI "i?*iiizatloi) has effected, see Keller: Keutervlllo. Rudolph S(Throe '1er; Kooskia Sam Ho-ig: Ferdlnanl. Greenereek. Joe Sattler; Winona, T Edgar Fry : Cottonwood. M.*l Pierce - BOUGHT ('l l l CAFE Y. Hondo and family were arrivals the first Mr. Hondo has* taken of S|sikatl* , -f the week. over tin* man ! «gement of the Citj, Cafe from Frank i Ando and in the future will •ati r lo the needs of the public at that place, Mr. Kendo is ucconqiaiiicO by his wife and two children. um<h ! Mr. Ando, the retiring proprietor. : is as yet undecided as to just whyt he will do In the future, hut for the ; . time lieing ^ going to take i reeded r«it. FULL TICKET NAMED MONDAY IN| CONVENTION; MAYOR IS RENOMINATED i City Clerk and Councilmen in Wards One and Two Also Re nominated; Contest for Councilmen in Ward No. Three. The convention called for last Mou duy evening to nominate candidates for mayor, city clerk, treasurer and rwo councilmen from each of the three wards, passed off very smoothly after ] getting under way. j Mayor Wilbur L. Campbell called ; the convention to order and asked for nominations for chairman of the meet ing Victor Peterson was promptly j choeen for that place as was Superin ; tendent of Schools P. E. I.ukens as secretary When nominations for city officers wen* called for there seemed to be a feeling prevalent that the present 1n cumbnts were "good nough," and some argument was entered Into along tlmt 1 I Hue. Upon calling for nominations for ! I councilmen Chairman I'eterson deolaf .si H short recess and the residents of I Bauleh to have received 25, Jesse 26, l Bonstrom 17 and Wiley 18 votes each ' j «"«• on presentation of the names of ' the two former they were nominated i by the convention. , j ' ^ "7 J" W . " 7 * Z convention Th. tl 7t r tT " ' ° ' i I " ' " • I i j Pioneer, Statesman and Historian 8.! Passed Away Sunday John Hailey, ex-represent alive from Idaho In congress and librarian of the ; Lialio State Historical Society, better ! and more familiarly known as "Uncle John" Halley, died Sunday morning the three wards went Into caucus. On reconvening Ward No. 1 offered the names of the present councilmen A: N. j Dyer and C. C. Call who were promptly mijniiiated. Ward No. 2 followed suit in nominating Geo. D. Smith and O. T Lingo. There were four nominations ! j I presented In the caucus In Ward No. 3 as follows: M. H. Haul-», Doc,. J-sse A. R. Wiley. (Incumbent), and' <'laret.ee Bonstrom. The ballot showed 1 UNCLE JOHN HAILEY DEAD at p o'clock at his home iu this city <>n State street, says the Capital News, i He was 86 years of age. For the past j two years he has been gradually fail Ing in health and It was known by relatives and friends that his recent illness would be the last. Death cam * . I ' peacefully. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at 2:80 o'clock in the rotun j da of the state capitol building. Rev., VV. W. VanDusen. pioneer minister and ■ I close friend of Uncle John Hailey, of ]» j Belated and burial took plats* in the j Vliisonle cemetery beside bis wife. : I For 59 years Mr. Hailey was a reel nf ld «ho an< l was closely idea-. w * ,, ' >ls "pbuibRng and history While he was generally ' known | j j j I thmughout the state as the pioneer ' stage owner and driver he was also | engngerl iu many other enterprises. to WINS ARMY SHOES I I j y > * E. E. Murphy, Former Orangeville Ijid Captured Prize in California IIimMngtoii Roach (Cal : News :—F. Glöckner proprietor of the Army; and Navy Store on Main street, last week offered to the person whom they would tit. a pair of hobnailed shoes, size 15 FF. army City Garage. n the shoes Saturday, and they The shote.s were pre- ! F. F. Murphv proprietor of the vulcanizing shop in fh<* seated to him by ^Tr leather iu thi- ? .* fried * T titt<*d bin nicclv iloekner. Tii * of -lux's cost the! U. s Government about 10.00 Murphy i< 20 year« old. is 0 feet weigh- 204 , '■'•'i. inches In height, and pounds. Ed Murphy here, is the s. , as h Is better known f Mrs James Murphy, ; with her family lift Imre win some months ago.—Editor. lo Canyon County Product Contained Idirge Number Dodder Seeds. Boise,.Idaho—The State Department recommendation Of O. B. Ahhmu, Deputy Seed Inspec ! tor, filed complaint in SOI,!) IMTl'RE SEED : ; of Agriculture upon Ganyoti the Mayor Wilbur L. Campbell. Clerk and ex-offlcio police Judge— Hampton Taylor. Treasurer—Geo. W. Manning. Councilmen—Ward No. 1—A. N. Dyer and Ç C. Call; Ward 2—Geo D. Smith und O. T Lingo; Ward 3—M. H. Haulch and P. Y. Jesse. Executive Committee Selected An executive committee of seven "'«tubers I" compliance with the npw law I» till vacancies If they occur, was also selected by the convention as fol lows: 1). 11. Susoutiei'y, R. F. Fulton, W. W. Blown, John 1*. Elmers, J. U. Saflcy Geo. A Smith and M L. Ayers. Nominated by Petition. Wednesday a petition was circulated """"f re8l<leUt * of Uu ' ,hlrd " ard and BufU, ' ll ' nt "l**"'™ were soon-found to ^ iu '' umU " tUou A * H Wlte * a " d ("arence Bonstrom as councilmen from that ward. ' ® not overlook th< ' fuct that 11 Y° u ' vm ' 1 Participate in the city election t0 ** '* 0,1 tll< ' " Wth ot ,hls "W"!'» ttr ® required to register. City er av * or w * 11 vou any 7^/7 "Z**"' yoUrae,f af hla of ' i °?i u" ' ? H,k ° f I ' <,Ur,nK n " fc » While there was a very large attendance at Che convention, friends of Mr. Wiley, at present coun cilman from Ward 3, are reported to haV ' e sUle<1 Ulat ,he resld, ' ttt " of «W WÄ f\* dl<1 not have 8ufflulent vo1 « making tlie-seledtion, hence their j tion. Mr. Bauich was formerly ao Wr ,° fll, ' '"o""«'! but "as defeated for 1 r€M * lectk> i n , ' Wo yaars " K ° h >' Mr - WHp y Votera Must Register. a mem Camas Prairie County courts against 8. J. Llvesay of Caldwell, for exposing for sale seed of alfalfa which did not conform to the pure seed requirements of the state law. Commenting ,>n the ease, B. F. Sheehan, State Seed Commissioner, said : "This is a case of a farmer of fering seed for seeding purposes which did not conform to the regulations of our pure seed law. The seed was »old thru the Caldwell Sales Company had never been tested and ui»on examina tion was found to contain some 540 dodder seeds to every pound of al falfa. "Farmers selling seed of alfalfa er I the doers to another farmer are re to conform to the snm< * regulations us any seed dealer ■ * n ,own An - V offered must ha and conform to the minimum j F< ' lllir< mp|11s q ill ml by law our law. "This department is going to enforce regulations in every section of We have a law* against the : I thi*« t .»( state. sa .*' ° "" grade sts-d ami this law Is | L "' 7 to r< ' H ''<' < ' t ' w l* 'Today there is much low-grade seed in the hands of the producer, which j if allowed to be sold and seeded In j the srtate will only mean more trouble j for our small seed growers In another I year ' | If Idaho growers expect to oom I pete with the small I states, they j high quality seed, blunting a high quality seed." mis of other must necessarily raise a : Ti do this means MARRIED FOLK'S DANCE. °!der People Had Great Time Last Evening ; Will Continue Dantes Such a line crowd was in attendance and the enjoyment ef the evening s, ! prevalent at the mau led folks* ,lane evening : ; the i o. o F. leeiiksl to until lint! thill it thes •ontinue further issued by tin* the next slated for Wednesday was popular affairs Bills will be notice t»lobe in (lue time advertising , dance vliicli is ! veiling April 27. ; _ si NT UNED BROKEN On having her LIMB ranch on Snndav morning April 3rd Mrs. T. F. Holman had the misfortune to slip in the deep *•">«' near tjic house and sustain t a severe fracture just above tlie right ""^le. Dr. Stockton was call«! an I reduced the fracture and the lady Is ns-overing as rapidly as could lie ex Reeled afbr an Injury of that kind.