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IDAHO COUNTY FREE PRESS
WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE ORANGEVILLE GLOBE ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1924 40. NO- 16 ' $1.50 THE YEAR iou i of Study and Regula of Students this Year fo Students This Year. urse tion tion larking System of Colleges and Universities to be Pre yed by Orangeville Supt. course of study has He following prepared by Superintendent Bur the coming school year. for Year: paired: English and Elementary Algebra. Elective : Beginners' Home Economics, Man Latin, General Science, ml Training, (select two). iphomore Year: Beqaired: English and Plane Ge ometry. Elective; Latin (Caesar), Biology, Home ing, Modem Economics, Manual Train History, (select two). Jnnior Year: Modern Hls tory, (If the student did not take in the Sophomore es subject yean. Elective: Chemistry, Advanced Al gebra and Solid Geometry, Home Economics, aomlcs, (select two or three). Sociology and Eco lenior Year: Required: English, American HIs • tory and Government. Btctive : Chemistry, Advanced Al gebra and Solid Geometry, Home Economies, (select two). No student will he allowed to ear ly more than four subjects unless a ■nior in rank, and five subjects are waited for graduation, or unless be student has maintained an av nge grade of A or B in all sub (ws the last semester. In any rent the student must have the posent of the Superintendent! In per to continue the five-subject pednle students, other than sen lire. must make an average grade of »bull subjects at the close of each P weeks test. The subject to he ppped will be determined by the Wsrintendent, after advising with r teachers with whom the student p work. Subjects Required lÄ^mts will l)e required to select so that during their four hk course In high school they will W. four units in English, or three r* in English and two units In a language; two units in math pHc*. (Elementary Algebra and p* Geometry must be taken) ; two F * 8 In science ; P*I' (American History and Qov l( Continued on Page Eight) and two units in ITillTE LIBERALLY TO FAIR " addition to the gate receipts at ' 'fcho County Fair this fall, the of w blch goes Into the enter ent ^ un <l. tiie amusement pro " win be still further strengthen ■' • subscription of approximate 1 wisaml dollars contributed by . men of Grangevllle. Providing this money for the "ment of the visitors to the Purpose is not so selfish as out sider might at first not only do all of the e» 8 houses boost the fair by closing up their places during the busiest hours • die ««Dll for btuiiiesg 4* Jay, te »heran loir many firms contrl N that have no possibll "J direct returns by «owds that visit Grangevllle , e fair - ®ore ,h tfUl im,Ped lf there are • on a few business people o( the It Is Not DARING AERIAL ARTISTS WHO WILL APPEAR AT FALL FAIR 1 fc> - » ■s » .'jJ * (a 4 N J V k ll terns High Wire Per Aerial Thmpsons, World's Greatest formers, Who Will Risk Their Lives Daily for tiie Bnter tainment of the Crowds at the Fair Grounds September 15, 16 and 17. Livestock Exhibit to be Feature of Fair Department superintendents for the county fair report that farmers and livestock men are showing a greater interest this fall in plans for exhibits than In previous years. Especially In the live stock division has a great many Inquiries lieen re through the mails, indicat eelved ing a lively interest in sections that heretofore have been barely repre sented in the Idaho county exhi bits. The increased interest this year, it is thought, results from the aban donment of the live stock exhibitions at practically all of the other fairs in the Northwest. On account of the foot and mouth disease «all shows in Washington have been called off. The Lewiston stock show has like the bargo on ,livestock ,khlpments from Washington and through Washing it is necessary to ship ton, as through that state animals from in order to get Northern Idaho to Lewiston. Big Northwest Show On the other hand there is a vast region in central Idaho that can very conveniently be served stock show at Grangevllle, and he of the isolation of this section by a live cause of Idaho the live stock men feel no bringing their stock ^pxiety about here. In the Uve-stock division Ed Nel has been appointed superintend of the cattle department; J. B. Karl Killman. son ent horses ; McDonald, sheep: John Funke, swine. have charge H. F. of the Church will poultry exhibits. who find the county fair an asset of 1 any great Importance in a business way. However, the town of Orange ville appreciates the Importance of a fair as a stimulus to agricultural and live stock raising, and feels fur thermore that at least once a year It owes to Its community a few days of recreation and enjoyment | It is provide the committee in charge of the entertainment with ample funds to secure a high class program, the Grangevllle business men stand staunchly behind the fair from year to year. The finance committee this year consists of A. N. Dyer, A. H. Wetherbee and G. W. Eimers. that credit may he given to reasons____ ' next week will take space to publish I the subscription list for the Idaho fount y fair that commences the 15tb 1 of next month. In order whom credit is due, the Free Press to The farm products department which assumes proportions of unus ual importance this year, because of the splendid showing that has been made by Camas prairie farmers, des pite the handicaps of drought and adverse weather conditions, has been placed in charge of M. L. Ayers. Mr. Ayers is anxious to have a big rep resentation of every class of farm product In the this year, and wants every farmer who has something that he thinks would be of interest, to get in touch with him. farm exhibit haU Splendid Grain Exhibits Grain exhibits this year will, if the farmer desires, lie arranged and prepared for the exhibition for him. All that is necessary for him to do is to gather good large sheaves of grain, and turn them over to Mr. Ayers. Arrangements have also been made to leave exhibits with Marion Weber, of Fenn; office, at Cottonwood ; prise office, at Ferdinand; the Moun taineer, at Kooskia ; and the Senti nel at Stiles. Exhibits left at these places will be gathered up in plenty of time and carefully prepared for at the Chronicle the Enter display. Another department that will as greater important this year snme will be the Arts and Crafts, Pantry under the and Kitchen products, direction of Mrs. W. McAdams. Mrs. McAdams wants the cooperation of in the country in all of the women making this exhibit the finest and most comprehensive been shown at an Idaho county fair. that has ever DAIRY MAN VIEWS CAMAS PRAIRIE I Prof. H. G. Bendlxon. of the Uni versity of Idaho, who Is on the last leg of an Inspection trip of Idaho cheese factories is in dairies and Grangevllle. Mr. Bendixon is Assist professor for the Dairy Manu ant factures of U. of I. The product of Idaho dairies shows an Increase of over 200 per cent since a year ago. Camas prairie has an Ideal climate, cultivation of clover, ensilage, of for the The number and dairy feeds. that feeding Is required on; ot exceed those of dairy states In out that months the prairie doesn the most successful nation. It 1" pointed profit netted from dairies factories there Is no the Industry should not be Camas Prairie. the from the and cheese son why l successful on rea ' ° MISS NYREEN IS BRIDE Nyreen Miss Edith Florence Keuterrille. and Martin T. Tucker, of married by Justice Bend. Ore., were of the Peace. J. E. Byrora. on Satnr-, day, August 23. All Parties Have Harmon ious Conventions on Au gust. 27th. M. Reece Hattabaugh Posi tively Declines the Nomina 1 tion for Attorney General. Twin Falls, Ida.,—The democratic state convention just closed was one of the most harmonious ever held by this organization, were made by acclamation, ly semblance of a fight on the con vention floor came after the reading but la-fore the adoption of the report of the resolutions committee. Nomination of State Ticket The entire ticket as nominated is All nominations The on as follows : Presidential electors, Jns. A. Har ris, Welser; R. J. Harbing, Oneida; Weeks, Kootenai ; Mrs. George F. Cnrtos F. Pike. Boise. United States Senator, Frank Mar tin, Boise. Congressman first district, Perry W. Mitchell, Nezpercie, Ida ; second district, Asher B. Wilson, Twin Falls, Governor, A. L. Frechafer, Payette. Lieutenant-governor, I. H. Masters, Twin Falls. Justices of the Supreme court, John C. Rice, Caldwell, and James G. Gwln, Fremont. Secretary of State, Alex Campbell, Fo<-iÄfeUo. Auditor, Arthur A. Beard, Bonner. Treasurer, F. S. Crnlkshank, Bear Lake. Attorney-General, M. R. Hatta haugh, Grangevllle. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, George H. Curtis, Butte. William Snow, Mine Inspector, Lemhi. REPUBLICANS RENOMINATE Idaho Falls, Ida.—United States Senator William E. Borah and Con Addison T. Smith and Bur gressman ton L. French were all renominated by acclamation as party Candidates for those offices by republicans of of Idaho meeting IK state oonven present republican state officer«, in eluding Gov. C. C. Moore, and select ed Raymond L. Givens, of Boise, for the office of supreme justice, made vacant by the retirement .bllJustlce tion here today and tonight. The qonventlon renominated, all McCarthy. The republican state ticket In full, follows: Governor, C. C. Moore; Lieutenant governor, H. O. Baldridge. Justice of the state supreme court, Alfred Budge and Raymond L. Giv e ns, the latter to succeed Justice Charles P. McCarthy, who will retire when bis term is up January 1. Secretary of State, F. A. Jeter; state auditor, E, G. Gallet, state treasurer, F. D. Banks; attorney general, Albert H. Connor ; superintendent of public instruction. Elizabeth Russum, mine inspector, Stewwart Campbell. presidential electors chosen Jed Jones, Sr., of Oneida coun ^ ^ ^ A } Ken( , of Boundary county; The Guyde of Shoshone county and Theodore Turner 0 f Bannock county, harmony convention entirely filled Tuesday night and this morn the convention adjourn Progressive Ticket Named Boise, Ida.— Unusual reigned throughout and the state ticket was the ing, and then cd. The ticket follows: For United States Senator, Wm. E. W. Perry Congressman. Borah ; Mitchell, of Nez Perce; first district; Wm. A. Shuldberg. of Franklin county. second district. H. F. Samuels, lieu Governor, tenant governor, J. Loe Reed, of Gem county; justice of the supreme court, A. A. Wilkie, of Bonneville county ; secretary of state, A. B. Lucas, of • state auditor, Chas. Jerome county II. Berger, of Minidoka county: state (Continued on Page Eight) CANDIDATES EXPENSES VERY SMALL hard times wore Temporary shown In statements of expense reports filed with the county auditor, Monday. Amounts ex pended ranged from the ordin ary goose egg tip to as high as $21.50, the successful ones In some cases spending a few cents less than those who were defeated. It Is a self evident fact that the good old days of free cigars has gone forever. Selah. TRY L NEXT mining claim, whlch has been lost for forty years, will not he uncovered this year. The search for the lost bonanza came to last week, of another The Lucky Piper an end for this season when Tom Myers, and Frank Laib, who have been at the claim all sea in an effort to uncover It, pulled son their stakes In quest grubstake. Tl^e claim, found and abandoned forty years ago, by William Piper, has nearly been uncovered, accord ing to Mr. Myers. Myers and Laib arc approaching old age, hut their eyes twinkle in display of their faith that they will locate the lost bonanza. Mr. Myers refers with emphasis to the wealth brought out of the Florence section with him. "We will be back early next year, with a new grubstake and new en thusiasm and uncover it. place where the gold lies is in an old river-l>ed, in a half moon turn, de posited there ages ago. cover It next season." that Lucky Piper The real We will un GUY AUSTIN RELEASED ON HIS RECOGNIZANCE Guy Austin, who was arrested last spring for passing a worthless draft John Gllhertz, Ferdinand mer on chant, was released on his own recog nizance last Saturday, passed the draft ou Gllhertz while employed os a salesman for a Spo kane firm, then departed for Canada. in the United Austin had He was placed hack States by extradition and nabbed by Washington officials, who held Aus tin until he was county officials, obtained by Idaho the to answer charge. Austin was without funds and after by his friends to get ball, he was released when It was found Impossible for him to ob tain ball. He must appear on the op unsuccessful efforts ening day of district court, however and answer the complaint filed a galust him. GRAN GE VILLE MEN HARVEST MANY ACRES - Two combines operated on Camas p rH | r ie recently finished acre mn rk and are still running, ac cord i n g to Harvey Bales, the 2500 who with his father, Lonnie Bales and Walter McAdams, have been operating two of the ; :1 rge machines. xhe combines, with a twenty and s i x teen foot cut respectively, averag e( , ninety acres a day throughout The combines were drawn the season. by tw0 i arge tractors; operated by h1x tcn t0 twe , ve hours each machine, averaging men on running time rach day . The lowest yield of grain encounter ed during the season turned out more than fifteen bushels to the acre, and the highest yield averaged more than forty bushels. The estimate average of the yield on the 2500 acres the Bales machines cut was about bushels to the acre or slightly high ■j:; er. STITES NEWSPAPER CHANGES HANDS Enterprise is now of the former of Stiles. Idaho County under management proprietor, A. J. Stuart, The change of management was nouneed last week, French R. Hay who has been editor for a short an time, has announced no plans for the future. i SUBJECT OF MUCH TALK Tourists Have Nothing But Praise for The Grange ville Free Auto Park. Registry Book Shows Com ments From People All Over the United States, Sometimes one overlooks the beau ties at home trying to see the re ported ones far away. The Orange ville auto park is a point in question, i, a st made a trip over to the park to see what could he picked t»P In the way of news, and found the most heautl for that particular purpose in Idaho, or for that mat ter, anywhere in the west. While there are not perhaps the gas or electric cooking accommoda tions to he found in some city parks. the writer Friday morning ful little spot yet there is plenty of wood, water, shade and grass, and what tourist wopld forego the three latter for a gas stove when the outdoor cooking facilities are as good as they are In Orangeville? An Inspection of the registry hook shows that the tourists, and there are many and from far places, ap preciate the effort Grangevlllte and Its citizens have made to make them comfortable and happy during their brief stay with us. A number of excerpts have t»een copied from the registry hook. Read these: "You have one of the finest camping parks I have ever been in." ,1. M. Styles. San Francisco, Cal. Aug. 6. "Finest little (-amp ground we have Mr. and Mrs. E. M. come to yet.' Roberts, Gunnison, Colo., Aug. 9. 'Been five years tour Or this one: Ing, been everywhere, and am going hack, thank you." Mr. and Mrs. L. Warden, Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 9. Tills fellow is coming hack. Lis ten "Been to the top of Idaho, am going home by same park." Geo. Har rison, Mubton, Wls., Aug. 11. Mrs. quite enthusiastic. Hear Cowan Is her: "Best little camp on earth." Mr. Spokane, Mr* Chas. Cowan, Or: and Wn. , Ang 9. ground, ton, Oklahoma., Aug. 11. Another Oklahoman expreases his "A fine camp Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Pat opinion : "The finest camp we have seen In the west." O. W. Spence, Mlama, Okla., Aug. 11. "You have a park." A. R. Ollson and J. P- Gish, Weiser, Idaho, Aug. 11. "Fine accommodations. Mr. and Mrs. very lieautlful little A couple R. more: Blanco, Seattle, Wn., Aug. 13. thank you for your beautiful park, we enjoyed it very much. Mrs. W. J. Eastman, Chehalls, Wn., 'We Mr, and Aug. 11. Nothing hut praise might make us a little toy heavy, and so a certain gentleman who signs his name G. C. Countryman, and who says he hails from Everett, Wn., while silent on gets this off his chest: takes the road the park. "Hope no one else from New Meadows to Grangevllle. Worst road In the world, bar none." Now isn't that exasperating? Just we SO much letter than it was a way couple of years ago, to have this fel low tell us that it is "the worst in the world." Never mind, maybe he had a boil or something, or burned a Anyhow, hearing out of his Ford. Old Top, If you will come back over that highway in 1926. we think you will declare it to be: "The finest In the world." After all, It is a point of view, for I will lift up mine the hills," and the next 'And the devil took Him one will say: unto one repeat: up on a high mountain." WARM WEATHER vislted by a in the past grain to hasten in Camas prairie was spell of warm weather week, causing ripening.