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Pioneer Scalps IL'Keaithtrf
A special from suites, tdahq iys: Two more skeleUas of . Indian* long since dead hare Jjcen dug ..up near where the grave &' the ancient chief was exhumed by working men ein ployed jn the CQnstrjjetion of; the new road up Colton wood canyon^ a bout one mile southwest of Elites. .Tiutse two were evidently xm! .chiefs, .as ,none of the regalia, trinket* or other insignia of rank were fourni .buried .wüth them, but one reason for-.thjs dearth of relics may be the probable fact.thattbv skele tons, through several generations, had slid down with the loose slide.rack at the base of which tin, y were burk'd in the lonely canyon.. Dangling in parchment-like.titters at the belt of one of the defunct redskins were six human sca|ps, recognized as those of white men by the color of their hair. It is le.Ute.vatl Iheae that these scalps were taken fromitkihhaldy pioneers, unknown, unwept and un sung; who ventured into,the wilderness of the great west tong before. at;!ual settlers invaded tlie.se parts. Certain it is that the scalps were taken,, and the Indians sepulchered ywars befoe f ' „the Nez Perce war of 1877. For Sab Complete sawmill at a bargain. Ca pacity 20 M. Also 30 H. K. .traction . gine, good as new—eat# iterms «e* SAjMSQJK' snydbk. I Annual School Meeting AMta) hleaUMt'i Notice is hereby given ifibat on 'Abtsi •: <\ay, fifteenth day of April, 1912, it hr... .annual school meeting and «lection ijr .gn^ for school districfNo. 22, iflf .Clear water county, state of Idaiba, .will .fee »help at the school house in «nul 'district -At 1 o'clock p. M. of said day, ' :hqol house, a meeting will te . select a judge and a clerk of «leatinn. net to determine whether cr not dhje qneptjon of a special tax shall he vetted* upen ^t the election; to fix the rate ,qf tax which must not he more than; fifteen mills on each dollar of tex-i able -.Property in the district; to decide, e length of school term to be vote<t«qf)cn, and to transact such other business.pertaining to school interests as mariotime before the meetiiuc. The polls würbe open at 1:30 o'clock of said day an^yjpse at 5:30 p. m. One trustee will be elected for three years In place of John ftj.pecker (Vice J. M. Fairly, signed^*hose term will ekjMré: one trustee far one year in place of A. £. Hinckley .Appointed to serve until the next election, vice F. R. Linn, resigned. JOHN R. BEÔKER, Clerk of flWbpol District No. 22, Clear water CouiÇr N. B. (1) uMone but actual resident freeholders wryieads 0 f families of said district ihall oke on the question of special tax. (2) The thbrtkfdonday in April is the time fixed by Ipy. (3) This should be published in two issues ia.&a newspaper nearest the place of eleattgi;. (4) Three cojhaÂof the notice must ubfc^places—one of them o n« » i | ttt least ten days •oecoreeiection. (6) ' AU elections *h»H be by ballot ;Siid a separate balhtt 1 box is required dor each question sah pitted. (6) There are ova» *00 school chil -drea in our district andove are required by law to have at least aline (9) months . of school. Sec. 64 revkwd code. JOHN R. $ ECKER, Cleric of Board of Trwhees, School District No. 22. Dated and posted this 4th day of April, 1912. .at held sc a ■ upo re .Annual Woo l Meeting and Option 'Notice is hereby given that <u day, fifteenth day of April, 1$ .annual school meeting and elec And (qr school district No. 8, of water couqty, state of Idaho, wilf .be held qt.tne school house in said district. At 1 o'clock p. m. of Mid day, at aittd school hpuse, a meeting will be held fei select a md^e and a clerk of election, and to determine whether or not the question of .«special tax shall be voted • upon at the election : to fix the rate of special tax which must not be more than fifteen »«fis mu each dollar of tax able property m the district; to decide upon the length of school term to be voted upon, and to transact such other business pertaining to school interests as may come before th« tweeting. The polls will be open at 1:39 »'(lock of said day. One trustee will ba elected for three years in place of H, 0. Loseth, whose term expires. .Mon the in , c J. M. SANDERS, - Clerk of school District No. 8, Clcar wate.i County. There are thirteen children in our school district nnd we are required bv law to have at least five months school. Dated and posted this 4th dav April, 1912. of . ! j ! 1 i ! , , j ! Please Kill That Fly! Why? Because:- 1. Flies breed in manure and other filth. 2. Flies walk and feed on ex creta and sputa from people ill with typhoid fever, tuoerculous, diarrhoea! affections, and many other diseases. 3. One fly can carry and may deposit on our food' 6,000,000 bacteria. 4. One fly in one summer may produce normally 195,312,500,000, 000 descendants. 5. A fly is an enemy to health —the health of our children, the health of our community. A fly cannot develop from an egg in less than eight days; there fore, if we clean up everything thoroughly every week, and keep " manure screened, there need no flies. e Will you help in the campaign ^gainst this pest? aOUTM'AGL HOTEL .. ö. F, Hanft&V# Toprietor. Good Service. iK-yery thist? ?vew acyljFirst Cl»o. ! j j ' Owl Dreg Co Wall ''Paper Base' Ball Goods Drugs and Sundries Woodlark Squirrel Poison : i i Give us .a Call The Drug^toro 0f<3 lass. * Orofino Feed Store j F. l~ F«?ier, Proprieh r (Garries »General Stof k <?f Flour, Feed, Hay, Grain and Poultry [Foods Grass mi (Garden feeds. --^j — THE MERRILL HOUSE - Ji W. ,Merrill,j Proprietor New House Clean Rooms ( Conwiodieus <S**j«ietRoen* (Orofino Idaho Orofino Steam Laundry L. M.ctkachfan, Proprietor AäU Classes of Laundry work-Skillfully han&ted. 'W# guarantee Satisfaefen in wuftk and prious. "TelenlWHteMitlouM ~ tüaofino of the chil of T J. M: FAIRLY if^ysidan and Surgeon dPffice at residence Oftfino . Idaho CED and w moth exam >4R «.CHESTS—Storage of omen garments—dual proof 13.00 payai the fee for a National Casu ■ccident .mmntei *nd Iho b.»efi(. ! are equal tottnie paid by any company. ! Get your hea^^d accidenf insurance j from W. M. CSwdler, keep the money ! »t home tn^iwe mopey yourself . ; Annual Bchpq l M g & m f »nd Election ; Notice is hereby given that on Mon -1 day, the fiftee«* of April, 1912, the ! annual school meqtwg and election in and for school diBtrSrNo. 31 of Clear h M er V ,i ount ï' st fI e * Idaho, will be heW at the school hqww in Mid district t At 1 o'clock p. m. of paid day, at said .and to determine wlX 1 or not the question of a special tax «ball be voted upon at the election; to fi$ the rate of special tax which must not be more than fifteen mills on each daHar of tax able property in the district^ to decide upon the length of school ten» to be voted upon, and to transact such other business pertaining to school interests as may come before the meeting. The polls will be open at 1:30 o'clock of said day. One trustee will be elected for three years In place of Junius Dobson, whose term expires. B. H. TRUTTON, Clerk of School District No. 31, Clear water County. Dated this second dav of April, 1912. ^ ' Notice for Publication tors .be aittd fei the of tax be for the in - bv of Department of the Inter» . . . United Staten Lir.d ! Office at Lewiston. Idaho, April 10th, 1012. j Notice is hereby given that JAMES H. SMITH ! of Orofino. Idaho, who, on December 14ih, 190t| ! made homestead entry No. 11833 serial No. 018121 1 for sw 1-4 se 1-4 see b and lot 1 and \v 1-2 ne 1-4| i sec 7. twp 38 n, r 4 e b m. has filed notice of ini ! tention to make final five year proof, to cstabi , lish claim to the land above described, beford , register and receiver. l\ S. Land Office, at Lew4 j iston, Idaho, on the 10th day of June, 1912. ! Claimant names as witnesses: John Lewis, Claude Wilkinson, Robert La4 mont, John Colwell, all of Dent. Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT. Register. I Notice for Publication De paument of the Interior. U. S. Land OflicJ at Lewiston. Idaho. April 13th, 1912. Notice is hereby iriven that GEOROE S. FRIES of Orofino, Idaho, who. on February Mh. 19071 made homestead entry No. 12309, serial No. 02075] for sw I -4. sec 15. twp 37n.r4 c b m. has tiled notice of intention to make final five year proof] to establish claim to the land above described! before J W. Merrill. I*. S. Comml" sinner, al Orofino. Idaho, on the 18th day of May. 1912. I S laivnant names as witnesses: I yron Frear, Joseph Neyens. Jasper Callandl Charles Frear, all of Orofino. Idaho. j T. H. BARTLETT. I Reinster. I Notice of Sale of Real Estate. In the Probate Court of the Count] of Clearwater, State of Idaho. 1 In the matter of the estate t nd guard ianship of Edman Snyder, inst nc. Notice is hereby given, that in pursul ance of an order or die probate court the county of Clearwater, str* A village of Orofino, Clearwati Idaho, all of the right, title at MT|| Dray Lise Dan «tofaney, Prop. ©»cs M kinds of •DrayWotk. Care ful «stentie© all business - ßwUriw^r, Proprietor 'K §êr iusaîU. ' the i t^guarX^of «aid'^tote^rin^ret pufc £ auSîon^thfh^hert * to^j£*g£ ^saldr f2 ud ', ® n Sftt.Urdaj'. tfc 18th May, 1912, at W o'clock am af the front door of the court house' in the of thelÏÏ Ed^SM iniaiTe. to and to all that certain lot niece or dmv cel of land aituatT^iÿiîid b^.bJ^ to said Clearwater county, »täte of iAho, and bounded and described as follows. to-wit: * of the southeast thirty t seven e ^37°) n north 2 ra t n^ rnSh,P . i. i^ a !f V D n w 7 JSSîÂknSÎ® 8 " u'i e aer P gn? , ?« l « nlng e iSi* ty t0 the record rdat^hltövlf accord,n K t0 the reCord plat thtreof ' Terms and conditions of sale: one ha,f cash, gold coiu of the United States and one half payable in one year, interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum; said payment to be secured by real estate mortgage the land sold. Ten percent of the purchase price to be paid to the guardian on the dav of sale, balance of 1st payment on confirm ation of sal y by said Probate Court, Deed at expense ofr purchaser. A. t. HINCKLEY, „ Guardian of the estate of Ed mom Snyder, insane. Dated April 4th. 1912. r # on 1 A Few Points About O. K. Brand Poultry Food Fvr some time we have been contemplating a Poultry Food Industry at home, bnt hesitated until we found out absolutely what a scientific pro portioned food should consist.of. We have been some time been gath ering statistics along this line, and have now succeeded in making a food .that meets with the .approval of poultry experts of many years perieuce. O. K. Brand poultry food is so proportioned that the fouls get exactly what is needed. ex : Q. K. Chick Feed. i i This is absolutely guaranteed to be unadulterated, containing only cracked grains, seeds, etc. no grit or shell. This is au ideal chick food, balanced to meet the demand ol young chicks,. Large poultry raisers use this food entirely, claiming it not only practices better results but is cheaper because there is no -waste. * O. K. 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The best poultry food is the «.Cheapest, ö K. brand is the best \W«e .also «wry a complete line of all corn chick food, Kaffir Com, ground hone, oyster shells, millet seed, charcoal, grit, beef scraps etc. Ask your Äeater tor O. K. Poullrytood and if he does not carry it send us your order. ; y y Jf y.our watch ton'it giving you good «qrvice Ary us tor betterment F, I. UNPGREN. OFFWiAL BONDS—&o«Je for all eCHttqi« furnished by Motional Surety Company- W, H CHANDLER, Agent. The Monarch is King of Ranges AiRqrSaUAcWylHli Dw "Stay StttsfactoryK*i«a fr» ■> j — ; We have them in all Styles and they never wear out. We carry the most complete line of HARDWARE and FURNITURE in the Clearwater valley. Wellman-McRoberts Company. <,y »• . • ^ We aim for perfection. The better we can make your watch run the more £££*£« Try us ; w « , wiU d0 everything in our power to satisfy you. F.I.UNDGREN. Grandpa Vanperpool is seriously ill at his home here. ; Agents Wanted I Agents wanted to solicit Accident «nd Health Insurance lor the National „ • „ . _ Casualty Company of Detroit. Good i contract offered. W. M. Chandler, District Agent, Orofino, Idaho.