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The Richfield recorder. (Richfield, Idaho) 1909-1931, December 29, 1916, Image 4

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Advice to Women's Clubs
(Continued from page 1)
the broader the alms of any organi
zatlon, and the more It seeks ot s,
straight the crooked social
the more simple, direct, and slngb
must be Its methods.
> y ways
One may be
dilettante In art and letters, but L
social, civic and sanitary problems
one must be a practical worker will
a definite purpose.
If Ute General Federation of Wo
men's Clubs Is still working for tin
intellectual and social benefit of U
Individual members through club In
toreats and club gatherings, then
is fulfilling Its purpose.
But If It desires to take Its plaç
as a power of permanent coimnunltj
betterment, for better municipal con
ditions, for a squarer deal for women
and children In the home and out ol
it, then It must concentrate Its mag
nlflcent alms and energies, and do
few things thoroughly and well.
Men, women, and children by the
hundred thousand work day after da>
In factories which are fire-traps,
around looms and machines which
endanger their lives. The American
Federation of Labor, two million
strong, Is trying to have better fire
laws passed, better protection guar
anteed to workers. If the six million
federated club women would Join
hands with the two million members
of the labor unions, the miracle would
be worked.
Politics and personal greed, to say
nothing of downright Incompetency
among school boards, squander the
taxpayers' money and waste the time
of our children. If the six millions
of federated club women gave one
year to practical work. Investigation,
and reform In their local school con
the school
women has ten departments, Its en
ergles and Interests are too scattered
to secure permanent results In any
The steady pressure
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A chain Is only as strong as Its
The weak link in the j
ditlons, children would be safer and
better educated, and
boards would do the work with econ
omy as well as efficiency.
But when a club of two hundred
one direction,
of public opinion, exerted through an
«organization, counts more than
ported speakers, local jjubllolty, and
high-sounding resolutions.
■weakest link,
federated clubs Is the lack of con.
contratjon and uniformity In met!»
The hlgJ\ Ideals of a national
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president can be realised only wh*en
iwh and every local club, each and
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every Individual member, understands
those Ideals and lives up to them.
Every Fall, local papers publish ex
tensive plans and programs for the
local clubs. At the end of the year
how many club members compare the
plans with the accomplishment, the
promises with the product delivered.
Why not do less and do It well?
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Legal Advertisements
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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Ok
ESTRAY HORSES.
Notice Is hereby given that on or
about the 10th day of December, 1916,
Mr. James H. Lane took up the fol
lowing described horses:
bay gelding about Ten (10) years old,
weight about 1000 lbs., branded ^
on left stifle; One (1) black gelding
about Twelve (12) years old, weight
about 1000 lbs., two (2) white hind
feet, and Indistinct brand on right
shoulder.
Under the estray law and pursuani
to the Statute of the State of Idaho,
I will sell the above described horses
at public auction, to the highest bid
der, for cash lawful money of the
United States, to satisfy the lien for
keeping said horses, at the James H.
Lane ranch, located % mile south of
Richfield, Lincoln County, Idaho, on
Saturday, the 10th day of February,
1917, at 2; 30 o'clock P. M.
Dated this 27th day of December,
1916.
One (1;
CLARENCE WHJEELER, Sheriff.
ByL. S. JOHNSON, Deputy.
H29-J19
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
ESTRAY HORSE.
Notice is hereby given that on or
about the 25th day of November,
1916, Mr. L, E. Fender took .UP the
Ond (1)
brown geJ.dlng about twelve (12) y^ars
old, wejght about 900 lbs., branded
PF on left stifle.
Under the estray law and pursuant
to the Statute of the State of Idaho,
I wlE, sell the above described horse
it public auction, to the highest bld
der,, for cash lawful money of the
United States, to satisfy the Hen for
kp eping said horse, at the James
I .ane ranch, located mile south of
'Richfield, Lincoln County, Idaho, on
Saturday, the 10th day of February.
1917, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. i
Dated this 27th day of December,
1916.
following described horse;
H.
CLARENCE WHEELER, Sheriff.
ByL. S. JOHNSON, Deputy.
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Richfield, Idaho
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And Remember Orange Judd
WANTED
TENANT
FARMERS
For
40 , 80 , 120 , 160
Acre Farms
or
Larger
at
Dietrich, Richfield
and Shoshone
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have a number of partially improved
farms, principally on the Richfield and
Dietrich Tracts, upon which we will place ten
ants for terms of from three to five years. Will
lease these places under agreements providing
for completion of improvement under the direc
tion of the Company and an equitable division
of expense and income. Terms and conditions
can easily be met by men of small means. We
are prepared to enter into mutually profitable
arrangements with the right parties. Appli
cants who have not had farming experience on
this or the Snake River projects will not be con
sidered. Men with families will be given the
preference. Both husband and wife must like
the country and have ambitions to eventually
own a farm of their own here. We will require
from applicants references as to honesty, indus
try and farming experience, unless they are
known to us personally. The more capital,
livestock and farm tools a man has the more
profitable arrangement he can make. While we
are not offering this as an inducement, it is an
excellent opportunity for the man of small
means to gain a foothold which may enable
him to become an owner at the end of the lease
period. A few farms are ready for occupancy
now. Others will be ready early in the spring.
Applications in writing should state fully
extent, character and location of farming ex
perience. size of family and age of children ;
amount of capital, livestock and farm tools;
kind of crop and livestock with which applicant
has had most experience. Applicant must fur
nish names of at least three references (not rela
tives) who have personal knowledge of his stand
ing and reputation, at least one of which must
be a banker or merchant with whom he has done
business. Applications will be received up to
Nov. 1st., for immediate consideration and
to January 1st., 1917, for consideration in the
Spring. The first applicants will be in line for
the best places. Address applications to
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Idaho Irrigation
Co., Ltd.

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RICHFIELD
IDAHO

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