New Spring Goods Arrived
A Ladies Tailor made suit ordered from the Metropolitan Co.
insures a perfect fit or money refunded. Prices range from
$14.00 to $40.00.
Get in the push and
spring out right.
This is the guarantee
bond that goes with
every suit of clothes we
We are exclusive agent.
How .do your feet fe.el ?
There will rm:r be any doubt as % their
feeling good if you wear While House, Shoes
t* Their use imparts a feeling of security also •
This Certifies, that I. & S. Bing
hereby guarantees this garment to be
made of All Pure Wool Cloth exclu*
sively, thoroughly sponged and
shrunk. The garment is guaranteed
to be free from imperfections in ma
terials and workmanship and to be
tailored by skilled woskmen. The
coat is made with unbreakable front
of the best canvas and haircloth, and
warranted to keep its shape. The
garment is guaranteed to befirst class
in every particular. *
m the fact that your feet are properly dressed«
• ■ o .
Ifie high class workmanship never varies- -
The materials are always reliable.
!j|. Enough styles to please any fancy
WHITE HOUSE SHOES
Prices range from $12.00 to 25.00.
Orofino Trading Company
The Biggest Store in Clearwater County.
Real Estate Transfers
For the week Ending May H, 1912.
Clearwater Abstract Co.
United States to Luther A. Dunlap,
w 1-2 nw 1-4 6-36-2. e 1-2 ne 1-4 1-36-1 e.
Ellis Small to Orofino Portland Ce
ment company, n 1-2 sw 1-4, sw 1-4 5-36
2, lots in Wright * Small's add.
United States to Chas. L. Comstock,
nw 1-4 nw 14 23, sw 1-4 sw 1-4 14, s 1-2
se 1-4 15-40-1 e.
L. J. Randall to Edwin Leland, part,
. lets 5, 6 , 7, sec 33-37-1 e. |
James A. Long to L. h. Parsons, sw
1-4 nw 1-4, nw 1-4 sw 1-4 12-35-5.
Wallace N. Dodd to Ransom F. Pep - 1
pie, lots. 20-21, blk !) Orofino.
United States to Benjamin Cloud, lots
2, 3 30-37-2 e 1-2 ne 1-4 25-37-1 e.
Wesley Stewart to Jonas Holland,
lots 1, 2, 3, 4 blk 1, Gormans add.
Bessie L. McCormick to L. F. Parsons,
s 1-2 nw 1-4 sw 1-4, sw 1-4 sw 1-417-37-5. :
United States to Agugust A. Ander
son, e 1-2 se 1-4-33, w 1-2 sw 1-4 34-41-5.
Leep Year Dance
The ladies of the Rebekah Lodge I.
O. O. F. will give a leap yerr dance on
Saturday evening May 18th. Every
is requested to tome and bring her hus
band, brother, sweetheart, or some oth
er girl's brother or sweetheart. You
can pay at the door, as there will be a
graceful young lady waiting to greet
you with a smile and a demand for the
price of a ticket and lunch for - two.
Miss Edna Sanders visited hoinc
John Higgenbotham has moved into
Mrs. Mulvanin's residence.
F. Zclenkn moved his planer up on
the bench the first of the week.
The county surveyor was tip Tuesday
running some lines for Chas. Lynch.
rhe Six 'thousand Dollars, six per cent, twenty-year bonds of School
district No. 22, Clearwater county, Idaho, dated July 1st, 1912,
awarded to the First National Bank, of Barnesville, Ohio, Vor $ti3U1.00. Other
proposals were as follows:
Warne of Hidder
John Kuvecn &• Go.,
S. A. Kean Sc Co.
Bolger, Mosscr Sc Willaman "
C. H. Coffin
Charles S. Kidder & Co. "
10-20 yr 6 per ct. $6033.00. \
20 yr 6 per ct. $5706.00.
20 yr 6 per ct. $6060.00.
20 y r 6 per ct. $6101.00.
20 yr Operct. $6263.00.
20 yr 5 1-2" $6068.00.
20 yr G per ct. $6104.00.
20 yr 6 per ct. $6122.00.
10-20 yr 6 per ct. $6052.00.
20 yr 6 per ct. $6080.00.
20 yr 0 per ct. *6130.00.
10 - 20 *yr 6 per et. *6122 00 '
in-'Hi i'r e, I •> .. saini nn
1 U--M jrai- *6010.00.
Union Trust & Savings Bk. Spokane
Spokane & Eastern Trust CO.
Union Trust & Svgs. Bank
E. H. Rollins & Sons
William R, Sweet Sc Sons
John N. Wright Sc Co.
Mrs. C. J. Hunter ami children went
to Kellogg Saturday where Mr. Hunter
The fanners are about all through
seeding for this year.
George Wells has purchased the
John Long ranch for *8000.
There is going to be a big ball game
Sunday. Gilbert will play the Russell
I George Gamble and Levi Dixon went
to Lewiston to attend the republican
Democratic primaries will bé held at
Russell hall Saturday from 1 o'clock
1 un tj| 5 m
McLean lett for Nezperce where they
will work in the new brick yard.
Rhodes Gentry and John Wanders
left for Canada Saturday where they
will spend the summer.
Andy and Engle Reckdahl and Grover
A. Aiken sold a saddle pony to J.
Patterson last week,
callers on the hill Saturday and Sunday,
Eureka Ridge Items.
Everybody is improving the fine
Professor Zimmerman and wife were
Mrs. Grant Simpson was in Orofino a
few days last week visiting relatives.
W. E. King traded a span of mules to
C. J. Lester of Orofino for a span of
Chester Groues was on the ridge
Monday on business connected with the
Jas. O'Hara made a trip across the
river last week and brought back n
broadcast seeder. . '
Tom Nygard and Tony Gehört came
up the hill with a six-horse team haul
ing Mr. Zelenka's planer tu the mill
near the ,k>hn Wells place.
F. ELLIOTT SMITH
insu r a n ce
JOHN R. BECKER
Room 9, Burns Building.
North Idaho Title Co.
Capital Stock $25,000.
ABSTRACTS of TITLE.
Maps and Plats
ROOM 8 , BURNS BUILDING
Dr. J. M. FAIRLY
Physician and Surgeon
Office at residence
Orofino Dray Line
Dan Delaney, Prop.
Does all kinds of
Dray Work. Care
ful attention given
Dan Delaney, Proprietor
BEST LAND ON
For Sale By
W. M. Chandler
Land and Insurance
INSURANCE THAT INSURES
¥ , j, ,
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I. 0 . 0 . F. BUILDING
I OROFINO, IDAHO.
Kev. Herbert Percy Hanes, of Spo
' kane> will deliver an illustrated lecture
on his travels thru Europe and America
on May 2 i, 1912 , at the M.
Seven Big Companies
Robert B. Swadener
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. I.icened Land
Surveyer for Idaho, General Euuineerinir and
Surxeyimt. County, City and Township Maps
and Blue Prints.
TELEPHONE MAIN SS
Office Room 1, Court House
W. J. HANNAH
Office Rooms, 19-20, Burns Bid.
DWIGHT E. HODGE
W. M. CHANDLER
Land and Pension Agent
Widows' Pensions a Specialty
I. O. O. F. Building, Orofino, Idaho
Office in the Burns Block.
Practices in ail the Stale and
Office in Lewiston National Bank
J. B. LOOMIS
: Licenses: Idaho, No. 1; Washing
W. E. STODDARD
ton No. 172.
Orofino Electric Company
All Classes of Lumber
See Us Before Ordering Your House Bill.
Clearwater Livery, Feed & Sale
Kinne & Hamilton, Proprietors.
Good Saddle Horses Always on Hand. The
finest of teams and the most experienced of
drivers can be obtained at all times.
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 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
Owl Drug Co.
Base Ball Goods
Drugs and Sundries
Woodlark Squirrel Poison
The Drug Store of Class.
Give us a Call
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