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i weekly NWJK* foOBde-i June 18, 1886_ ^lFL ËvTP^ li » her ;^ï;Â, t0 ^ d .» y,.,' ,f Idaho county. A«0 J. c (id COLLE®'®® part of Idaho Interest In Ida 1DAH0 the on ventent itors to indtution 3 stimulate of higher learning is should be given serious folk In the that itter all y oung to enter college. it by It wb° P lan thought by of Idaho who have of their state at heart, the bottom of the for a ll residents inter#! is near the percentage iho of students af in state colleges, and resulted In a concerted their own fact has will be made to promote and universities. They for Idaho that L college® [operated particularly they have not been g folk, yet » to all for whom they were lu are good schools, deserving of liberal sup o'g colleges they a re is unfortunate that many It not loyal to the in studentS are within the state, but pre (lions Lo.il® located in other states. L movement has culminated in Lilege in Idaho Week," set for l 2 i to 30, when twenty-seven ( will tour the state, making ters speeches in behalf of Idaho col-, i They will visit ninety-seven high schools, rlth students lu these schools, rel-, to higher education. ,l)o colleges can only be built ij the numbers of students who i them. for you," is the slogan of the and it is an exceedingly rent "There's an Idaho col ters, one. ny a housewife's Sunday Is j Ki with the thoughts of that Mon trash. etnrn it Tuesday. Electric Laun Call 741 Monday a. m. [ ; ; ♦ Senior Class , t ♦ % % Presents ♦ ♦ FIFTY-FIFTY ♦ ♦ ♦ H. S. Auditorium ♦ I APRIL 25 H ♦ ♦++-H-+***+**+++++++k++-M..>.l-+4.++++++*+++++4-* : '''' + Hail! V î : * The time for hail storms will soon be here. Let Ds take the risk of the loss of your crop for you We represent THE GLOBE & RUTGERS FIRE & HAIL INSURANCE COMPANY of New ^ork which has assets of $50,109,794.00 you have the hail you will SURE GET THE MONEY if you are insured in THE GLOBE & KUTGEBS CO. H you will favor us with your business the same shall be promptly and efficiently attended to ev ery detail. ❖ l X If * in î * M. L. AYERS % arm Lands, City Properties, Money to loan * re Insurance, Life Insurance, Hail Insurance. ® ee our new feature, low rate life policy. LUKE'S GULCH Pupils of District 54, the Luke's Gulch district, with an average of 99 percent, won the school prize in the Idaho county spelling contest, recent ly concluded. Mrs. Lucy Tibbs is teacher of the school. Five pupils had 100 percent and one 94 In the district. All pupils who received a grade of 100 will receive a first prize medal, and those above 90 will receive a second prize medaL The contest was written, and com prised fifty words. The contest was under direction of Mrs-, Elta M. Arnold, county superintendent of schools. Following named pupils received 90 percent or better: Percent Kenneth Harris, Grangevllle. 06 Edith Wilkin, Grangevllle— 92 Ethel Broughman, Grangevllle. 92 Jo© Ben Zehner, Grangevllle. 98 Raymond Johnston, Grange vllle Marlon Johnston, Grangevllle- 94 Mildred Zehner, Grangevllle.. 94 Geneva Gregg, Graugevilie— 98 Perry Neely, Grangevllle Harold Johnston, Grangevllle. 98 Alma Cash, Grangevllle Dorothy Wilson, Whitebird— 96 John von Bargen, Fenn Margaret Esh, Elk City Billy Boyd, Elk City... Omer Harvey, Kamiah. Inoz Bonham, Kamlah. Vera Bolander, Kamiah-92 Ruby Thenon, Kooskia— I/epha Davis, Kooskia District 2 2 2 3 3 92 3 3 3 0s 3 3 92 5 28 35 ^ 19 96 21 96 94 96 35 94 92 94 36 Rosalia Stolz, Greencreek Louis Asker, Winona Onia Turner, Winona Gladys Pursley Kooskia— Maurice Knight, Stites— James Puyear, Stites Ralph Knight, Stitjes Ada Collins, Stites-__ Earl Knight, Stites Elsie Collins, Stites--100 Averna Huffman, Stites. Elmer Westman, Kamiah Hazel Westman, Kamiah Esther Westman, Kamiah-92 Maxine Kennedy, Canfield-92 La von Kennedy, Canfield Alvin Kennedy, Canfield. Alice Morgan, Canfleild— Matilda Mattson, Grangeville.100 Earl R. Tnllmadge, Kooskia.. 92 Fern Farthing, Rice Creek-98 Goff Farthing, Rice Creek 43 54 61 ... 96 ... 98 .100 92 ■'it 94 54 .100 54 .100 54 .4100 54 ,100 54 9S * i. > 92 96 61 61 63 92 63 98 63 94 r,2 11 85 92 85 t + LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF I > Bronze Turkey eggs, A. P. 48tf. P. N. G. dance April 30. For Sale $2 per setting of 10. Mrs. Schnell. Federated Church—Regular services next Sunday morning. Church school at 1) :45 ; morning worship at 11. • The Rev. R. D. Osterhout will deliver the sermon in the morning. There will be no evening service. R. R. Martin, pastor. Besides the regular family wash, we clean carpets, curtains, quilts and blankets. Phone 741. Electric laun dry. 14th Grandchild—Mrs. Jack Tllson, of Winona, was grandma for the fourteenth time April 3 when a 9% pound son was born to her daughter, Mrs. Harry Crow. The hai*e has been named Chester. Small Rauch for Crop Rent. G, W. Heming. A. W. Talklngton, Surety Bonds. Freshman Frolic members of the freshman class gav( a surprise party on Grant and War ren Green, sous of Dr. and Mrs. <. A. Green, at their residence on South State street, last Friday evening, radio concert, music and games iuad( the evening merry. Save money and time by placing cour magazine subscriptions at the ■Smoke House. I7tf it. About thirty Campfire Girls—Grangevllle Camp fire girls took their play to White bird Saturday evening. Receipts of $25 from the performance were given to the newly-organized Campfire girls at Whitebird. Mrs. Whitney Gorman is guardian of the Whitebird girls. Have your suit or coat cleaned and pressed for Easter, It will look like new when Soltman does It,. Sells Cars—Walter McAdams re ports the sale of a Dodge touring car to Henry Meyer and an Overland touring to Lester Wilkins. Have your suit or coat cleaned and pressed for Easter. It wlU look like new when Soltman does it,. Jazz Black Quits — Mis« Irene (Jazz) Black, on Monday resigned as teacher of the Highland school, Greencreek. The term will be near completed by Mrs. R. D. Mack, of Grangevllle. Scout Carnival—Don't forget the Boy Scout carnival Saturday evening April JO, In the Community house. The boys need the money and you need the fun. Have your suit or coat cleaned and It will look like pressed for Easter, new when Soltman does It,. Episcopal Services—The Rev. D. J. will W. Sommervllle, of Lewiston, hold services in the Episcopal church, Grangeviille, next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. New Auto— B. F. Shaw has taken delivery of a new Jewett touring car. livery of a new Jewett touring car. For Sale—7-passenger Buick. Splen did condition. For particular fall Mrs. Clyde Van Sise. Mail Clerk Exam—Railway mail clerk examination will be held nt the Grangeville postoffice, May 3. 47-2 A di 5 IrfnnL * M \ 1 7f IL Ü; 1= I Do you demand the utmost in millinery. ' Of course, you do. Then ' I you will find every re | quirement ■ • our display of hats. fulfilled in Ù R i i Soltman's Stylo Shop I Style and Quality Assured <11 * ONE ELEVEN" cigarettes forföf Mah Jong—Mrs. D. H. Sasenbery «ud Mrs. A. N. Dyer entertained at Mah Jong In the Sasenbery home, Friday evening. T. H. Shrontz and Mrs. M. Refvem won high honors. Buys Car—M. H. Baulch is driv ing a new Overland touring car, pur chased through the McAdams agency. PERSONAL II. E. Sweet, of Lewiston, has been in Graugevilie during the week. Frank Reeves was in the city re cently from Riggins. Charles Layton, of Whitebird, was in Grangevllle this week. Tom Gerdeau, of Salmon river, was In the city Wednesday. W. H. Zumwalt was In Grangevllle this week from Orofino. Mrs. C. P. Ferguson and son have returned from Clarkston, where they visited relatives. A. W. Bihrens, bank cashier, of Whitebird spent Wednesday in Grangevllle. /Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sims will leave the first of the week on a business trip to Seattle and Tacoma. Joe Dysard returned late last week from Cascade, where he spent the winter, O. Hoff, superintendent of the Whitebird school, was in Grangevllle Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brockman, of Ferdinand, were in Grnngeville Mon day. Barney Luchtefeld, of Keutervllle, transacted business in Grangevllle Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Parr Collins, of Lukes gulch, were in town over Sun day. Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Shlnnlck and childrep, of Cottonwood, were in Graugevilie Wednesday. Miss Elizabeth Parker is home from Washington State college, for the spring vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jess, of the Winona country, were ville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ripley, of Canfield, and D. M. Ripley, of Clark ston, were In Grangevllle Monday. Revillo Johnston, stockman, of Lu cile, was a recent visitor in Grange vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Wren have returned to their ranch home near Fenn, after spending the winter In California. Chester Arnold was here from Col fax, Wn., Tuesday to attend the fu neral of Henry Humiston. Neil McMeeken returned last week from Snake river, where he spent the winter. , Mrs. B. In Grange L. Mitts and daughter, visiting Mrs. Mitts' mother, Mrs. M. L. Tei cher, and other relatives here. Mrs. Charlotte Thompson has gone to Gresham, Ore. Mrs, Thompson is organizer for the Neighbors of Wood craft. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wortman were in Grangevllle Monday, enrqute to their home at Whitebird from Cot tonwood, where they visited relatives. C. J. Gerlch, of Spokane, was In the city during the week. Mr. Gerlch is identified with the Wood Hardware company. D. Romain, Joe Klapprieh ami An Sprute, commissioners of the district, were drew Keutervllle Highway in Grangevllle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Wright and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sims went to Lewis ton Sunday, returning Monday eve niug. Craig L. Spencer, of Seatble, and Cnl., Alex M. Wilson, of Ontario, In Grangevllle the first of the were week. C. N. Sreaflley, deputy U. S. tornal revenue collector, of Lewiston has been In Grangeville this week cheeking real estate transfers on in PC cord In the Mrs. W. M. Gregg and baby were in Grangeville Sunday, onroute from Whitebird to Libby, Mont, where thev will reside. Mr. Gregg is identi fied with the forest service at Libby. Mrs. Elta M. Arnold, county super intendent if public instruction, been visiting schools in the Cotton wood and Keutervllle sections this lifts week. Mrs. Arthur Mundt. teacher in the Turner district, in the Winona sec tion. and Mrs. Emmett Browning, in Grangeville Saturday from were Winona. Mr. and Mrs, W. P. son, George, havb removed from Whitebird to the J. H. Mitchell ranch, twelve miles north of Grangeville. Mr. Wlkoff has leased the ranch and will farm it this year. O. J. Munson, of Moscow, was in Grangevllle Tuesday. Mr. Munson re cently acquired the Wilks building by trading an orchard tract at Lew iston to J. W. Wilks, and was hero looking for a tenant for the building. J. P. Manning who, with Mrs. Manning, has been spending the win ter in Lewiston, spent a few days in Grangevllle the first of the week. Mr. aqd Mrs. Manning expect to re turn to Grangevllle in about a month. Mrs. Lucv Kirkham, of Whitebird, Trident, Wikoff and , have departed for Trident. anu Mont, Mrs. Kirkham will make her home there with her son. Another son, Eari Kirkham, will leave later for Trident C. A. Pangborn, a known resident of Grangeville, was here on business this week from his home at Tacoma. Wn. While a resi dent 'ot Grangeville, Mrt Pangborn in the real estate business with former well was ■ the late Mark Howe. Clyde Van Sisf departed Sunday for Redwood City. Cal., where he will be employed by Grant Smith & Co., general contractors. Mr. Van Sise has been with the Grant Smith concern for several years, both in Idaho and California. Mrs. Van Sise and son will leave for California at the close of the school year. FOR 0 IDAHO Applications are lieing received for recruits for the Citizens' Military Training at Fort Dougins, Utah. The course is earlier than last year, starting June 12 and ending July 11. Transportation, food, medical attention and equipment are furnished those who are accepted. While the training 's somewhat intensive yet there Is ample time for recreation and amuse ment, it is pointed out It is a vaca tion with expenses paid and so obli gation for future military service. Idaho county's quota is only six. Those anxious to go should file their appli cation early, it is stated. Last year Idaho county was allowed two more than the quota and the same thing may ho (rue this year, hut those who are serious should make AFTER-EASTER BALL AUSPICES Knights of Pythias p. • : *mm: "yarn. :.-Mm Thursday, April 24 ; G00D MUSIC DREAMLAND HALL iksmmzr. ■MM I9MC aMpnMnSMBMMMMMMMHiBMHHMl More New Dresses In beautiful woven crepe», cool and airy for warm weather. Wonderful shades of grey, Lu cille green, black and flame. We are offering these dresses for only $9.50. Easter Calls for Pretty Footwear There are many new num bers that certainly are attrac tive. Satin and suede, in shades of black, grey, otter and brown Beautiful patterns in Terry Cloth, a very rich and beautifully arranged patterns. Large birds and Floral design. Only $1 per. yd. ♦ n i All are of C. J. Breier Co ITHE HUBI C. P. Ferguson, Mgr. in î w I —il mm wi I ♦ City Meat Market Fresh and Cured Meats Constantly on hand Fish and Poultry Cash Paid for Hides Come in and Inspect Our Modern Market CITY MEAT MARKET John Callan, Prop. eZTsmm: their application at once. The American legion Is much Inter ested In the military training camps and the following men In Idaho coun ty will give in formation to prospective recruits : Montie Shuck, post commander, Whitebird. Frank Alberts, adjutant, wood. Frank Rice, adjutant, Kooskia. Charles Simmons is chairman of the county organization and will give In formation and assistance to those In terested in and near Orangeville. Ap plicants must be physically fit and of good moral character. Cotton FOR SAFE 1 Singer Sewing Machine. lx IT - i ranch. 1 9x12 Axmluister Rug 2 »mall rugs 1 library table 1 kitchen table • 1 dresser 1 small rocker 2 stand tables 2 small mirrors 1 medium cabinet 1 9x12 tent " «, 1 good riding saddle 2 milk cans Other small articles. BERT BAKER. Wanted -Man and wife^to work on Enquire Joe McDonald. Fenn.