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Olnmissioner Wallace Talks.
Believes Taft Will Control State Con vention at Lewiston.-—Ia Non Committal on State Politics. That Taft forces will be in control of the republican state convention at Lewiston, Idaho, next month, but that an uninstructed delegation will be se lected to go to the nutional convention at Chicago is the prediction made by •lames H. Wallis of Boise, state pure f jod commissioner of Idaho, yesterday. "CMir state convention will be held at < a tline when it will be practically de termined what forces will have control of the Chicago convention and it would be folly, therefore, for us to tear off each other's shirts in on effort to elect either Taft or Roosevelt men to go there," said Mr. Wallis. I do not mean to infer that there is no contest going on in our state between these opposing '•force*, because that would not be true, but there is no bitterness and every body seems to feel that when the dele gates get to Lewiston .they will be in better position to decide what is the proper course to pursue. For that reason the very best men are being selected and with but two or three ceptions, mixed delegations have been elected in every county where conven tions have so far been held. "I hav.e failed to hear of one instance where any county convention has failed to indorse President Taft's administra tion. ex Thia was even true in Boise, where the Ada county convention lected a full set of Roosevelt delegates. There is no disposition even among the anti-Taft people to discredit hia ad ministration, but rather a feeling that it would be best for the republican party to agree upon some third man, such as Supreme Justice Hughes, to head the national ticket. The disposi tion is growing to select eight of strongest republicans, men in whom the party as a whole has the greatest confidence and let them go to Chicago with their hands free, there to do what their judgment tells them is for the beat "Heated contests in might lose us the legislature and this we cannot afford, for it would mean the defeat of Senator Borah for réélec tion and this would be a calamity to Idaho. The democrats have been in creasing their strength in the last three sessions of the legislature and it would only take a few counties to give them control. Since we lost the head of our ticket last election when tiovernor Brady was defeated for reelection, there has been a disposition to get together ahd under the wise general ship of our statexhairmsn, Judge Heit man, much has been done to accom plish this. If this unification of the , party should continue and no deep ; seated antagonism will result from the campaigns that lay before us this mer, the republican party of Idaho will win;" se our our counties sum Commissioner Wallis was asked whether he considered the Lewiston convention would take any hand in selecting a state ticket. "Most de cidedly it will not. Such action would be abaolutely in violation of our state primary law and would spell defeat for any candidate whose representatives might try it. Of course, when two three hundred prominent party work ers get together it is natural to suppose they will discuss their favorite candi dates and the Lewiston bunch will be no different. Undoubtedly men will leave there with some better idea of what they will do." Asked as to who seemed to be the strongest candidate for governor on the republican ticket Commissic ner Wallis declined to express a preference if he had one. "The party," he said, "has got to put up a strong man to beat Governor Hawley, I know that much. There are some who seem to think last or ows fino any one can put it over him, but the sooner they disabuse themselves on this score the better. With the exception of his full valuation scheme, which disturbed matters at the time, but with regard to which there is divided opinion even among the republicans, there has been very little to criticize in Governor Hawley's administration. hay this his soon ranch j work He is clean, fair, frank, and intensely loyal to his state and her interests, and none know them better than he." Odd Fellows Secure Rates I The Northern Pacific Railway com- estate pany and the Camas Prairie Railroad company have granted reduced rates for the I. O. O. F'. celebration at Oro fino on April 26, from all points on the Northern Pacific between Marshal Junction and Orofino and from all '° points on the Camas Prairie railroad the east of Lewiston to Orofino. tickets pay full fair and take on In buvino a rt'r.d.o i th» mo-.... , receipt, îe u Vù P d and present to °f W. M. Chandler, secretary of the Anni- I . * versary Association at Orofino who ,a will countersign the same »n<t wh „ so «».ntersion JA , -, When ?,? so countersigned it will entitle the the holder to a return tieket for one-third the reaufar fare . 1912, the regular fare. Tickets will be on sale April 25 and 26, nnd good for re- d ® r turning ud to and including a.„.i the turning up to and including April 29. No reduced rate will apply to any sub point where the fare to Orofino is less than fifty cents, nor will any return front ticket he sold fr.» i—« . sold for less than 25 cents. COTTAGE HOTEL G. F. Hardy, Proprietor. Good Service. Everything New and First Class. OWL DRUG CO. Wall Paper Base Ball Goods Drugs and .Sundries The Drug Store of Class. Give us a Call Orofino Feed Store F. L. Frazier, Proprietor Carries a General Stock of Flour, Feed, Hay, Grain and Poultry Foods Grass and Garden Seeds. THE MERRILL HOUSE J. W. Merrill, Proprietor New House Clean Rooms Commodious Sample Rooms Orofino Idaho Orofino Steam Laundry L. M. Cochran, Proprietor All Classes of Laundry work skillfully handled. We guarantee Satisfaction in work and prices. Telephone Main 63 Orofino Idaho Dr. J. M. FAIRLY Physician and Surgeon Office at residence Orofino Idaho ALAX KASBERG Attorney-at-Law Practices in all the Stale and Federal Courts Office in Lewiston National Bank Building LEWISTON -IDAHO 1 hero was a dance at Charles F rear's I last Saturday night. | W, Mn, Harry Do.l k home from Spokane. Reds Prairie Frear and sons are sawing wood. Ed Hall of Orofino was on the mead- 1 ows this week. Paul Rassmussen is at his uncle's, Nets Palson, at present. Like spring weather overhead, snow is fast disappearing. Qus Grube of Cow creek was in Oro fino this week on business. The Frank Johnson and wife made a business trip to Orofino this week. Harry Hatch and Mr. Lane are hauling hay from the top of the hill to Orofino. Bazel Fry came up from Lewiston this week enroute to his home at Cow creek. Wm. Hall of Orofino expects to move his family to upper Whiskey creek as soon as the roads will permit. H.» b,other, h..e «rl,.d on their ranch on upper Whiskey creek to go to j work putting in spring crops. I James DeCourcey, the hustling real estate iqan from Orofino was on the prairie the past week with some parties looking for real estate, .... '° ,he t,mber t0 do some estimating for the c,earwater Timber company, John Swanson and Robert Gray were on the meadows a few days ago enroute c . . „ , _ . i tu 'plu , Sal ' f _ Re " 1 k* ta,e In the Probate Court of the County °f Clearwater, State of Idaho. • I . * n ," e ?5j! er estate and guard ,a ™"P °! *4 man Snyder, insane. Notice is hereby given, that in pursu ?,? ce of an °5 d * r of the probate c°urt of the county of Clearwater, state of Ida made on the 18th day of March, 1912, in the matter of the estate and guardianship of Edmot. Sny d ® r > tn**ne. the undersigned, the guardian of said estate, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, sub J ect to confirmation by said probate SÄh? at lot^'ockV 1 'ml, a^thl front door of the court house, in the village of Orofino, Clearwater county, Idaho, all of the right, title and interest Orofino Dray Line Dan Delaney, Prop. Does all kinds of Dray Work. Care ful attention given all business : Dan Delaney, Proprietor of the said Edman Snyder, insane i and to nil that certain lot, piece or par cel of land situnte, lying and being in said Clearwater county, state of Idaho, and bounded and described as follows to-wit: in I The west half of the southeast quarter of section two (2), township thirty-seven (37) north, range one <U East B. M., containing eighty (80) acres, more or less, according to the record plat thereof. Terms and conditions of sale: one half ''«sh, gold eoiu of the United I states and one half payable in one | year, interest at the rate of eight per Ääl ÇZÏ '.SÄ- £ the land sold. 1 Ten percent of the purchase price to . pa ,' , 0 tbe guardian on the day of sale, balance or 1st payment on confirm ation of sale by said Probate Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. „ A. E. HINCKLEY, Guardian of the estate of Ed mon Snyder, insane.' Dated April 4th, 1912. Do not let your grocer tell you he has flour almost as good as Princess, cess Flour leads, try to imitate but do not SUCCeed. |-,_!_ „Æ StÄSSÄSÄnSSS administrators and assigns, You are hereby notified that I have expended during the years 1909, 1910 and 1911, the sum of eleven hundred dollars in labor and improvements upon the Black Lead group of quartz claims, situate in Clearwater, county, Idaho, viz: The Iron Cnp, recorded in book 7 page 598; the Copper Queen, rdeain book 7 at page 4oo; the Black ok 8 at page 39, Lead recorded in Prin Othcrs Forfeiture Notice at re co Lead, recorded in and the black Quartz book 8 at page 40, of the mining ret ords of Clearwater county, Idaho, in order to hold said claims under the provisions of section 2324 of the revised statutes of the United states, and the amend ment thereto approved July 22, 1880, concerning annual labor upon mining claims, being the amount required hold said Icxfe claims for the period ehd ing December 31, 1911. And if w ithin ninety days from the personal serv ice of this notice or within ninety davs after the publication thereof, you fad or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure, to-wit: four hundred and fifty ($450) dollars, as a co-owner your interest in the said claims will be your e^wS^wh'o has" madftÄ quired expenditure by the terms of said section, apr 4 to L. F. WILLIAMS. Princess Flour This flour is absolutely guaranteed to give sat isfaction. It is a very high patent made from the very best Hard Turkey Ked wheat blended with Bluestem. By actual test this wheat is conceded to be the best milling wheat grown in the states of Idaho and Washington, having a larger percent of gluten than any other wheat. That is what makes good bread. There is no use buying flour made by eastern mills and Pay about $2.00 per barrel more than you ought to pay. Clearwater Flour This is a flour that can be used successfully for all purposes. Although not a patent it contains all the good parts of the wheat and will make you a fine, light and fluffy loal of bread. For pastry it has no equal. Get in the habit of using Clear water Flous and make better bread all the time. Farina ! Here is a fine breakfast food for a reasonablo price. In making Farina we use only the germ and most nutritious part of the wheat. Try some of our Farina. .You will like it and so will your tamily. Use four times as much water 9s Farina, put in a double boiler or cooker and wait till the water boils Well, then salt the water to your taste and slowly stir in the Farina. Let boil for at least forty minutes and when done cream and sugar. I've with good se i Graham We have absolutely the best wheat in the country for manufacture of good Graham, in other words no one can compete with us oik the quality. Any one wanting brown bread cannot do any better than use our Graham. It is clean, pure and wholesome' For Sale by all Grocers. Ask for Our Flour LEWISTON MILLING Co. L't'd If your watch isn't giving you good service try us for betterment. F. I. LINDGREN. OFFICIAL BONDS—Bonds for all officers furnished by National Surety Company. W. M. CHANDLER, Agent. King of Ranges The Monarch is At'Sby Satisfactory~Iai4a Ik* "Stay Satisfactory ~K*i«e ÏJ F' IF .h jn >L s' r I < 7 $, A/ dC I JO '' I r o; f I :â *\ i V ►A ,j '=q Pin I m 4 J6 * We have them in all Styles and they never wear out We carry the most complete line of HARDWARE and FURNITURE in the Clearwat er valley. Wellman-McRoberts Company. Princess Flour is a hard wheat blend. Why buy on* n. _ 1 When you : can buy Princess Flour for ! almost the same money. A * ents Wanted t0 solicit Accident and Health Insurance for the National Casualty cJmpany of Detroit. Good contract offered, Agents Wanted W. M. Chandler, District Agent, Orofino, Idaho.