OCR Interpretation


Idaho County free press. [volume] (Grangeville, Idaho Territory) 1886-current, December 19, 1918, Image 4

Image and text provided by Idaho State Historical Society

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86091100/1918-12-19/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

>1
r rj -
l|(
I
Î
î.
Hi I
;i
i i GOVERNMENT TO CUT THE COST
OF CONVERSATION OVER
THE WIRES
,v r i -
, lj-;
'.;ii
[AIK CHEAPER AT NIGHT
' I,'
New Yorker May Call Up Saji Francisco
- f > m $4. Whereas Day Rat«
** « 6 -
,l f
.
..-î . •.
1<!;
il'Ui ',i Sweeping reductions in long-distance
j t'l and toD telephone rates by the adoption j
'' ' |i; of a basic charge of 1-4 mill a mile, \
y. ( , \ air-line mileage and half the .lay rate-!
, for night service up to midnight and
oiie-fourth the day rate after that hour,
! have been announced by Postnfaster
. • General Burleson. They become offoc
'li'itive next January 21.
The new rates were recommeded in
i>
, 4 ,i
'.î.
■> î the first report of -the committee on!
( J ,1 rate standardization and Mr. Burleson's;
• Istatment said their effect is to equalize!
the toll and long-distance charges over
1 ■ i ; 1 i the couutiy, removing disparities and
1 I, preferences and providing a scientific
/ , t 1 , basis for further reductions eontem
■,. i . 1 plated ns unification of the telephone
v ,
I
u.;,i <
: .
and telegraph wires proceeds.
I .
''A night service rate," said the]
y t statement, ''which is one-half the day
: î irate, is established between 8:30 and)
,; ;i U 12 p. m. Between midnight and 4:30
r. J î
ij-, ja. m. the night rate is one-fourth the
*', day rate. These are greater reductions
■ 11 [/;! in night rates than have
/ made iu any country, and doubtless will I
l),i î V J be extensively used, especially for social j
j';'| -I ' and . family purposes. A person may!
(l-tiilk from Han Francisco to New York:
: I for about $4, whereas the dav rate is i
, approximated $16.
' I
' " A station to station service is es .
, * ii'tablished sin^h as now exists is the!her
balance of the world, that is, when a ■
ii . ... . i ... , -
f ' established with a man
house or office the opportunity to eon
verse is provided :md the station to -
ii' ! station rate, which is the basic rate, up- !
I plies and is payable ivhetheh the parti j
I
1
ever been
'I
i
r
1
person responds or
! 11 This rate up to twenty-four miles is at
Î the-rate is 5 cents for »ix miles and
for great distances five cents Tor each
mile.
airline
«
I 1 eight miles, or about 6 V 4 mills a
, : The distance is computed by
methods and not bv pole line of public
, highways, .he air line distances are
I , ...
commonly about 100 miles when the oth
lore would rnn 150 miles. It instated by.
[the committee that more than sixty)
varieties of toil rates have existed in
-f
the United States
up to the present
The effect of this uniform or
) time.
.basic rate in the station to station ser
I vice is to reduce or not affect about 70
I
I
^percent of the rates though necessarily
«lightly raisftig about 30 percent in the;
.process of standardization.
' Ï "In many large sections of the
I [try the smallest toll rate has not been)
I .liens than 15 cents. Under the new i
; Oseheme for short distance the rates are'
!redue/v| to 5 rents and 10 cents for the !
ewu li
I
[cheapest form of service. The person t
ran talk five minutes as compared with !
three- minutes now, or in some eases only
' '.two minutes or one minute. Free toll
ijaroHs where (he exebau^f rate was «te
r
?
;Mpne«l to eover the free servele or allow
qeharge thereîor are not affected bv
.this order."
:
* .
MRS. ISLEY'S LETTER4
t in a recent letter Mrs. IJ. W. Is|,-v -if
(Litchfield. 111., stu*».
''1 have used;
(Chamberlain's Tablets for disorders ofj
(the stomach and as a laxative am! lit«\
found them a quick and sure relief"
If v
-l .
I.
on arc trouble .1 with indigestion ;
or constipation these tablets w ill -io voe.
I
t!
( Ailv.)
b
• ,
poo ■
LETTER FROM DELMONT DAY.
In Prance,
Nov. 8 , 1918.
_
Dear Mother:
ai «î
They say it s o\or; at least \v«' s t *<' thi*
end: it 's onlv a matter at* a. few months
HOW till we will >*» turning, our faees
. * • .
westward toward our "Little I trey
Hi
Home in the West."
I've had a fling at the game of
Hunting the Hun." It's quit«- a fas- ,
rinatiug game, though like all the rest i
of the Americans T have never given )
-f. moment's thought to the danger I
' have been in until after it was over, aud
/ then it was too lute to hesitate ovei%!
tilings that were past.
When one hears the whine of a big
shell and as it nishe- overhead it sounds
like a midnight express whirling around
i-«r\e and roaring down the mountain
:
o
î'
î
t-'
I
W ' 1 *" n onc i'Cgius to whine we say.
looking for yon." Vet thev have
shTi '-ked bv so far. perhaps they
will stop seren ming at us', soon, as the
tottering. One more misstep
'ill W
1 ', Huns are
<? and all
this letter
over,
I think the war will be
over so we will be home before many
moons.
I have been away from my company
] over a month, and my being transferred
has delayed by getting my rhail, so it
has now been nearly two months since I
have heard from the states. But we
should not care, for soon I'll be joining
them again.
The French say, ' ' the Germans arc
finished." So be it and we can soon
{liegin packing our paraphernalia—so ex
; peet to see your dough-boy before long.
Home for a Fourth of July dinner.
Your loving son,
reaches you.
DELMON-.
Co. K, 322 Infantry, 81st Division.
American B. F., France.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR DEPUTIES.
To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, as provided by law, will apply
to the Honorable Board of County Com
missioners of Idaho County, at their
regular January 1919 session, for one.
»
regular deputy and necessary additional
assistance
I"*iods, to assjst in the performance of |
during the tax collecting
and ex-offieio tax collector, and such
assistance being necessary to properly
conduct the same.
Dated at Orangeville, Idaho, Dec.
1918.
Uminty
OTIE L. CONE,
Treasurer and ex-offieio Tax
Collector elect.
29-tf
' ''Hetnre 1 used < hamberlain s Tablets
* doctore.l a great ileal for stomach trou
!tn, l nervous aud tired all the
time. These tablets helped me from t <•
first and inside of a week's time I had
improved iu every way," writes Mrs.
. A. Drinkard, Jefferson City. Mo.
«
STOMACH TROUBLE..
T
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department ot the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Lewiston, Idahp, Decern
16, 1918. •
Notice is hereby given that Jerome B.
Chaffee, of Spring Camp, Idaho, who,
Apri , 21 . '1914 and June 13, 19 h!
made H. E. 05374 and Add. H. E., No.
05595, for SE*4 SWVi, See. 2, SEVI
■')" 1 • • 11 1 W'/j S10 Vi , 8E*4 SE'/l,
NVV 14 ' Section 12, Township 1 29 North,
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION.
Teachers' Examiatiou for all grades
of county and State Cetificates will be
held December 19, 20, and 21, at the
Court House in Orangeville, Idaho.
MARGARET SWEET,
County Superintendent.
29-3
| Range 3, West Boise Meridian, has filed
1 notice of intention to make three year
D'roof, to establish claim to the land
* boV ? described' before the Bepater &
• Receiver oi tlie IT. S. Dana Office, at
I Lewiston, Idaho, on the 24th day of
; January, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
An i ,,>r . t • ,oh " 8 " n ' ^„^^raeken,
Floyd A. Canaan, Faneho Stubblefield,
al i of Spring Camp, Idaho,
31-5 Heury Heitfeld, Register. J
CLARENCE BULLOCK WOUNDED I
-
KooskLa Soldier Is Named iu Army
Casualty List.
:
1
The name of Clarence Bullock of*
Kiooskia appeals in an army casualty
list, issued this week. He was declsr
ed to have been slightly wounded.
w5U in8Dre - vour »'mployeos under the
Compensation Act. See Uerv
Kothw ell.
The
Maryland Cssaualty Comp.-uiy
29-tf
—*•-*
+•!••(•++•{•+•;••{-{<•}• •{•+.}. -M-+-Î-+ -}•-!•-}•+•{• •}••{•
J ARNOLD & HUNTER !
J 2
11 aict ana Lighting Systems for the Farm «(•
I
->
*
Tinning and Plumbing %
Idaho ^
Çrangeville,
*
COMTNG! COMING!
DEC. 4 AND 6
DR. E. A. SCHILLING
Optometrist
Eyesight Specialist
GLASSES FITTED
)
'rwntlAin b no more nrcMiiry
TYPUnin lh.nSm.Upox, Amir
I I I IllJILJ txporienc« boodcraonsua-.i-d
almost miraculous effl
t*cy, «nd bj^rolcsarA««, of Antityphoid Vaccination,
B« ▼accla^ted NOW by your physic Un, yo u ssd
four family. It is more vital than house Insurance.
Ark your physician, drucirist, OT «end for Have
you had Typhoid?** tell Inf of Typhoid Vaccine,
d „^ts from ta , and danger from Typhoid Carrier«.
THE CTiTTtt LABORATORY, KWCLCY, tAL j
VACCINKS • »SUMS VHDC« W. ». 60 V GCCMAC 1
"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"
whatever the occasion — a
birth, a death, a joy, a sorrow—
you enn best show your pleasure
or sympathy by saying it with
flowers.
'!
j
j
Fred Garhy
t
Store 856 Main St.
Phones;
Store Si3
Res.. 625-R
LEWISTON, IDAHO
iu
!U
I» ANTE-BELLUM
Colleges Prepare for Era of Eeconstruc
tion—Ex-Students Will Return
IN
ARRANGE FOR STUDENTS
SCHOOL AT MOSCOW TO
CHANGE STUDIES
.. . , ,.|
H. Bindley president of
nniveisity, said:
From Army
the
The University of Idaho is planning
to get back onto
pre-war basis at
a
once. Dr. E.
a result of the
the .student army training corps many
students will wish to change their stu
■ lies.. In order to provide for this the
university will offer at the beginning
of the. next quarter, opening January
« î,,,,,;,,,,:,,,. -,
' K s 111 11 • 1 '
ments. Emphasis will be placed ou pire
parution for the reconstruction era now
at hand. Many-former students now in
enmns -ire idanninc- to return to the uni
( 11 e I mg to re tu n to the u
vorsity.
Military Training at School.
''Military training will be under the
provision of the reserve officers' train
ing corps, which will provide compulsory
military work for the first two years
and opportunity to qualify in the up
per classes for officers' commissions.
Although the details are not yet work
ed out it is probable that the war depart
ment will provide compensation for all
members of the corps with generous
provision for equipment."
The annual conference of ail of the
workers of the University of Idaho ex
tension division will be held in Moscow
from January 27 to February 1, inclu
sive. The convention will precede the
annual ''farmers and housekeepers'
week" at the university, which opens
on February 3 aud continues one week.
The department of dairying at the
University of Idaho is starting a earn

$]
PracticaLPresents
A
USEFUL GIFTS
Metfiovni
Uauam Qltaaer
Hot Point Ovenettes
Hot Point
Cleaner
i
r
03 AÄ-»
I
;
/
'Vi
Cleans Easily and
QuicKly
Ready in an Instant to Roast or
BaKe at Any Lamp Socket
/
/
«
Hot Point Radiant Grill
\,j%
A THOR
i
Si
è-Wwi
y
-
*
Will Put
to Wash-Day
W orries
Find
an
y w
Boils, Broils, Fries and Toats
I
Orangeville Electric Light and Power Co-
- | ? | . ' i n .
j.aigu to increase dairy products and
■ their use to a greater extent.
in dairyin
eneou ra <?e
The short <-|ourse
opens
January 6 .
Miners' Short Course.
short course opens Janu-,
I ary 6 and continues six weeks.
The course includes the study of ore
j forming minerals and the manner ot
! their occurrence, special attention being
minerals, sucli
Th miners
quicksilver and the like which have been
great demand during the war. Ihis^
! work will be supplemented by blowpipe
and other simple tests for the common «s
I well as the uncommon metals.
The course also includes a laboratory
training necessarily brief, of course, in
fi re-assaying for gold and silver and in
some of the simpler wet methods foi
j determining a few of the more common
j e j emen t s . Following this, experimental
given to the less common
as tungsten, manganese, molybdenum,
I m
„ . ,
One of the most generally appreciated
features of t)ip course is a series ot lee
turcs covering in a general way the
work in testing ores by the different
methods of treatment is carried on in
the Idaho mining laboratories which
are everywhere recognized as second to
none in the west.
t -j P i ( | 0 f mining and ore treatment with
a brief discussion of mining law. Where
a sufficient number of persons with nee
essarv preparation desire a course in
simpler mine surveying, such a course
w i!l be arranged '
*
Wanted—Housekeeper. Address X.
y -, , are p ree p ress
_
T . , „
p or p, rPj Burglary, Livestock, Steam
Boiler, Life, Health and Accident in
surf nee, see Hcrv Rothwell. 29-tf
I
If you want pictures for Christmas
get busy or you 'll get left A pretty dis
play of pictures worth seeing at the
studio. Barker's Studio, Ffeufer block,
Orangeville.
Very timid. Comes to uaqie of ' ' Pete. "j
Arthur McSpadden, Canfield v Ida. 30-2
27-tf
Ten dollars reward to anyone tolling
me of the whertabouts of my little
Shepherd ilog. White on breast, left
front foot an 8 part of leg; also on other
feet.
Small portion of tail cut off.
I t!
Let Re«d loan your money.
Eire insurance—Ayers
27-tf
Rolled" barley for sale. Will deliver.
27-tf
Denver Flour Mills, Feun, Ida.
.
*
FERDINAND
vV «'--$><?' <$>
Fred Warren left the Alcorn
.
Mrs.
hospital Saturday evening and returned
: to Cottonwood.
Mr. Peacock of Orangeville was a
-, vjsitor in t hj s vicinity for a few days
wpek
( (; 0 |„ Nezperce visited her sis
i
)
Miss Borgbill Huff who has been
ter,
very ill with the influenza.
T. W. Sunderlin of Nezperce was here
j ^ p ri( | av on business.
^j r MeMurray and children are vic
^ ^ iut|upnza this wee k.
Mrg Hovey and son, Ivan, have re
j tim , (| f0 their homP in Portland after a
^ n . ppks - at ay with Mrs. Hovey 's
Dr ( ; ora A i POrn .
Mrs (; H Hammer and children are
,
j
j
with the influenza.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department, of the interior. U. S.
Lan) , office af Lewiston, Idaho, Decern-1
her 1 3, 1918.
We will do custom rolling. Denver
Flour Mills, Fenn, Ida.
27-tf
Fret- Press ads pay.
I
hereby given
o^HHS
nUM j (> pj E. 05156, and Add. H. E., No.
0624Ü, for S>4 SW J A, Sec. 5, E% NE 1 /,,
| NE Vi SEVi, See. 7, & W% NW'4, &
XVVk * SW ^> Section 8 , Township 29
North, Range 1 West, Boise Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
three year Proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before Hamp
ton Taylor, U. S. Commissioner, at
Orangeville, Idaho, on the 22nd day of
j am iary, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Haniel H. Hill, of Joseph, Idaho; Wil
Horn Hehl, of Canfield, Idaho; James
M. Lyda, of Boles, Idaho; Thomas P.
Watson, Boles, Idaho.
31-5 Henry Heitfeld, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. 8 .
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, Decern
her 13, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Thomas
P. Watson, of Boles, Idaho, who, on
May 29, 1915, made Additional H. E.,
No. 06141, for SEjq SE14, Section .31,
Township 30 North, Range 1 West, Boise
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
t 0 make three year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore Hampton Taylor, U. S. Commission
er, at Orangeville, Idaho, 011 the 22nd
tl ay of January, 1919.
Ham Hehl, of Canfield, Idaho; James
AI. Lyda, if Boles, Idaho; Mineard G.
Gillespie. Boles, Idaho.
Henry Heitfeld, Register. '
31-5
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S sat»
DEB ALIAS WEIT OF
Im the Probate Court ,,f i.uf ,, Ti °N.
State of Idaho. ' l "° County,
First National Bank 0 f ft«
Plaintiff, vs. C. A. Steele ,, /"»»ill«.
Under and by virtue of a» aI" 4 ""
of Execution, issued out of tht'p ? rit
Court of Idaho County, State % Pr .° b -
on the 18th day of No'veï^Â
the above entitled action wh,.Le ' 14
National Bunk of Orangeville !î*jS
tiff, on December llth 19 p- ' ,as Plait -
judgment against C. A. Steele ÜT " 64
dant, in the above entitled P®* 6 "'
sum of $366.75, and on
unpaid and due the sum ofÄ"
am required to make the sum offri®-«!
with interest thereon at 7 percent ^
December 27 1913, and ac?«*?**
I have levied on all the right 1
claim and interest of the said dell i'
C. A Steele, of, in and to the t£?'
described real estate, standing
records of Idaho Countv. 1 ,| ah l
name of Inger Steele (defendant Wl!
to-wit: i.ots 1 and 2 in Block "MV.
and Lots 3 and 4 of Block "R>>
-■
Hall's Second Addition to the tv
( now City) of Orangeville, and all
tract described as follows: Comm7
ing at the Southeast corner of Fin,«!'
%nd North Second Streets in n&lT*
Second Addition to the town (n 0w m«.?
of Grange ville, Idaho, runs thence a
along East line of Florence St "nO f!!.
thence at right angles with eaid fV
enee Street East 217.8 feet; thence at
right angles «North 200 feet; thenc.
West
e at
j place
1 'idâhoC'ôuft?"! S""*
■ Public Notice-is Hereby Given, that on
Saturday the llth day of January
| '919 at the hour of 10 o'clock, A M. of
said day, in front of the Court House
door, in the City of Orangeville, Idaho
County. Idaho, I will in obedience to
] said Alias Writ of Execution, sell all
the right, title, claim and interest of
I the defendant, C. A. Steele, of, in and
to the above described real estate, or so
I much thereof as may be necessary to
| satisfy said judgment, interest, and
costs to the highest and best bidder for
lawful money of the United States.
Date/1 at Orangeville, Idaho, Decern
her 19th, 1918.
31-4
of
or
L. R. YATES, Sheriff.
By T. E. QUINLAN, Deputy.
HENRY L. JESS IS WOUNDED
Want to buy land. Geo. M. Reed. 1-lf
Winona Soldier Named in Casualty List
From France.
Henry L. Jess of Winona has been
severely wounded while fightinp is
France. His numo appears in casualtr
lists issue } d by the war department for
publication early this w-çek. Nature of
Mr. Jess' wounds is not disclosed.
CITY LOANS. Geo. M. Reed. 1-tf

xml | txt