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Published eve rv 'I'hunday by W. C. FORESMAN Subscription 91.00 One year • Six months .50 Advertising Local lines, first insertion Subsequent insertions Special rates made known on application .10 .05 Entered March 28, 1912, as second class-mail matter at the postoffice at Orofino, Idaho, under the Act of Con of March 3, 1879. gress Orofino, Idaho, June 6, 1912 The]question'for the voters, of Clearwater county to decide is, shall the people rule? Shall wag on roads be built for public bene fit, or private gain? This is one of the questions that the people of the eastern section of the county are now seriously consid ering. _____ The forces of the president and the ex-president seem determined to fight it out on the line of no compromise, and the death grap ple is now on with little prospects of a dark horse being injected inti the controversy. Like the ok guard at Waterloo, that dies bu' never surrenders, bath faction; await the inevitable. The brand of harmony evi denced at the recent democratk convention at Coeur d'Alene, was the identical brand in vogue at the Lewiston convention. Humar. nature is human nature and petty jealousies, hatred and spite will come to the front just as often as the occasion permits. To err is human, but to forgive has no place in a political convention. The recent bad fire in upper town brings forcibly to our notice the necessity of adequate fire pro tection. A chemical engine sta tioned at a point near the scene of the fire could have prevented the destruction of the building and its contents. This part of the town should be included in the incorporation and receive the ben efits of fire protection. Mr. Kav anaugh's loss alone would pur chase a chemical engine and out fit complete. This vital matter should not be delayed, as disas ters similar to the one of last Tuesday may occur at any time. The resounding whack received by Manager Dubois, of the Clark forces, at Coeur d'Alene this week could be heard all over the state. Fred has not yet been forgotten by the southeast, the force in con trol at the recent democratic state convention. To further accentu ate his feelings, like rubbing salt in a wound, the anti-Dubois ites choose three prominent Mor mons, old enemies of Fred's, as delegates to the national conven tion. Dubois showed poor judg ment in allowing himself to be come an issue at the late conven tion. Had he staid out of it, he could have said, these are my delegates Champ. Now his ene mies can say, these are our dele gates Champ, we repudiate your manager. Sufficient delegates have now been elected to both the demo cratic and republican conventions to insure the happenings of certain things if—but this little word 'if' may spoil the best laid plans of politicians as well as mice and men. For instance, if Colonel Roosevelt secures the seating of his national committeemen to sit in the pending contests he is al most sure of nomination. If he should be nominated it is then to the democrats to put forward a man who can meet him upon his own ground—the popular for um, the speaker's platform—and engage him in debate before the American people. There is but one such man among the demo crats, now in the public eye, and that man is William Jennings Bryan. Champ Clark cannot beat Roosevelt, he has neither the youth, courage nor wit to defeat the mighty lion hunter. Bryan has the youth, wit and courage and a contest between these two champions and exponents of pres ent day politics would be a battle royal. up Call for Republican Platform Convention. By virtue of an act ot the Eleventh Session of the Idaho State L -gislature, approved March 7th, 1911, a id of the authority vested in me, as chiirman of the Republican State Centra' Commit tee of Idaho, a state platform conven tion is hereby called to be he d at Boise, Idaho, at 12 o'clock noon on the 2">th day of June, 1912, for the purpose o, adopting and promulgating the Party principles and declarations o.' the Re publican Party of Idaho for the cam paign of 1912. The Republican Central Committees of the several Counties shall meet or. the 11th day of June, 1912, and elect delegates representing the R -nubb'ean party to attend the said State Platform Convention. The number of delegates to be elected by the Count/ Central Committees shall be in number equal to three times the number of Stute Representatives to be ele ted from each county at the General Election for the year 1912. No proxies w.ll be al lowed in the State Platform Co ivention. The number of delegates ea ;h county is entitled to in said Platform Conven tion is as follows: Ada, 15 delegates. Adams, 3 delegates. Bannock, 9 delegates. Bear Lake, G delegates. Bingham, G delegates. Blaine, 6 delegates. Boise, 3 delegates. Bonner, 9 delegates. Bonneville, six delegates. Canyon, 15 delegates. Cassia, 3 delegates. Clearwater, 3 delegates. Custer, 3 delegates. Elmore, 3 delegates. Fremont, 12 delegates. Idaho, 6 delegates. Kootenai, 12 delegates. . Latah, 9 delegates Lemhi, 3 delegates. Lewis, 3 delegates. Lincoln, 6 delegates. Nez Perce, G delegates. Oneida, 9 delegates. Owyhee, 3 delegates. Shoshone, 9 delegates. Twin Falls, 9 delegates. Washington, 3 delegates. Dated this 20th day of May, 1912. CHAS. L. HEITMAN, Chairman Republican State Central Committee. E. O. DAVIS, Secretary Republican State Central Committee. Republican County Central Committee Chairman, Samson Snyder, Orofino. Secretary, W. B. Kinne, Orofino. Anoka, Ahsahka, Louis N. White, Ahsahka. Fenton, Ford Creek, Fraser, Gilbert, Greer, Orofino, Pierce, Weippe, S. M. Snyder, Wejppe. Joseph Duffy, Dent. E. F. Bruning, Orofino. C. R. Fisk, Orofino. Frank Harrison, Fraser. J. M. Murphy, Gilbert. J. L. Coontz, Greer. J. O. Bullock, Orofino. J. B. Collins, Pierce. Take Notice All parties knowing themselves in debted to Orofino Flour & Feed Store will please call and settle at once as wish to close up our business as possible. we as soon F. L. FRAZIER. Notice to Contractors Notice is hereby given that competi tive sealed bids will be received by the board of trustees of school district No. 22, in the county of Clearwater and state of Idaho, up to 8 o'clock p. the 8th day of J une, 1912, for the struction and completion of two one story frame school houses, on the school grounds of said district, in the village of Orofino, according to plans and specifications on file in the office of the undersigned clerk and in the office of R. S. Loring, architect, 221, New Idaho Trust Building, Lewiston, Idaho. All bids should be addressed to the undersigned and a certified check for $500.00, payable to the order of A. E. Hinckley, county treasurer, must company each bid. The board reserves the right to tract in whole or in part, or separately, for said buildings, and to reject any and all bids. in. on con ac COn By order of the board. Dated May 23, 1912. JOHN R. BECKER, Clerk of the Board of Trustees of School District No. 22. Room 9, Idaho. Office address, Burns Building, Orofino, Notice of Time Appointed For Proving: of Will, dec. In the Probate Court of Clearwater county, Idaho. In the matter of the estate of Roder ick Mac-Kenzie, deceased. Pursuant to an order of said Probate Court, made on the 27th day of May, 1912, notice is hereby given that Tues day, the 18th day of June, 1912, at 10 o'clock A. M., of said day at the court room of said court, in the Village of .ndstVfM i^ 0U h ty i° f Cle4rwater ; ana ötüte OI Idaho, has been appointed I as the time and place for proving the will of said Roderick MaoKenzie, de Hotel Orofino Horace Noble, ProprietoJ Finest Equipped Hotel in Clearwater County Everything New and Strictly Up-to-date White Help only Employed. Clearwater Telephone Line Connects with Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, giving direct Communication with all outside as well as all local points. Quick, prompt service a specialty. I respectfully solicit your business. — — — ' — Samson Snyder, Proprietor, Orofino, Idaho. Webster Defines— 'Abstract of title (law): An epitome of the evidences of ownership." The negative evidences are, in practice, even more important than the positive. It is from these negative evidences, which are frequently overlooked, that nine tenths of all title-troubles spring. T!_.„ ' against the title, taxes, assessments, judgments, mortgages, liens-whether title has properly passed by will or administration, probate or heirship, etc. The mtormation about sueli tilings is widely scattered in the public records, hut in jur complete records every existing piece of evidence is gathered together and tiled together under the individual piece of property concerned. That's why we can furnish abstracts as firmly constructed as a steel building on a rock foun dation. If we tell you a title is clear, it is unassailable. Come in and let us ex plain a service really scientific. spring. They show whether there are standing mortgages, liens Clearwater Abstract Co. Bonded Abstractors. Orofino, Idaho. COTTAGE HOTEL G. F. Hardy, Proprietor. Good Service. Everything New and First Class. Orofino Meat& Cold Storage Co. For Fresh and Cured Meats, Poultry, Etc. All Meats Prepared in our new, SANITARY Packing Plant. IDAHO OROFINO Orofino Livery and Feed Stable J. D. Fairly, Proprietor Driving Teams, Light Hauling, Saddle and Pack Horses Mountain Transportation a Specialty Orofino Idaho ceased, and for hearing the application of James E. Babb for issuance to him of letters of administration with the will : annexed, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the ! Denartment of the Interior. United States Land Notice is hereby iiiven that same. Dated this 27th day of May, 1912. WILLIAM B. KINNE, Clerk. Notice for Publication LOUIS C. BOEHL of Orofino, Idaho, who, on September, 10th. 1900, made homestead entry No. 02005, for s 1-2 sw 1-4 sec 24 and n i-2 nw 1-4. see 25 twp 4i n r 4 e b in, has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before register and receiver. U. S land office at Lewiston, idaho, on the 25th day ! Of Jiine. 1912. C laimant names as witnesses: Abe Armstrong, (L'orge Gleason. Charles J. Larson, Fred Freibe, all of Orofino, Idaho. T. IL HART LETT, j Register, j ! Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, United States Land I Offic; at Lewiston, Idaho, April 10th. 1012. Notlce is hereby given that JAMES H. SMITH of Orofino. Idaho, who, on December 14th, 1S05. made homestead entry No. 11630 serial No. 01812, for sw 1-4 se 1-4 sec 0 and lot 1 and w 1-2 ne 1-4, sec 7, twp 38 n. r 4 e b m. has filed notice of in tention to make final five year proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described, before realster and receiver. U. S. Land Office, at Lew- 1 iston. Idaho, on the 10th day of June, 1012. Claimant names as witnesses: John Lewis, Claude Wilkinson. Robert La mont, John Colwell, all of Dent. Idaho. T II MARTI FTT Register. * Notice to Creditors In the probate court of the county of Clearwater, state of Idaho In the matter of the estate of Emma : C. Harlan, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of Emma C. Harlan deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit Vr ... ,, , of them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publi cation of this notice, to the said John P. Harlan at room 9 of the Burns build I. • .. , -, tng in the village of Orofino, the same being the place for the transaction or the business of said estate, in the county of Clearwater, state of Idaho. Noticc of Hearing Petition For Ap pointment of Guardian. - - In the Probate Court of the County of Clearwater, State of Idaho. " Signed and dated at Orofino, Idaho ... 7„ . .. . ' this 21st day of May, A. D. 1912. JOHN P. HARLAN, Administrator of the Estate of Emma C. Harlan, deceased. Af. In the matter of the guardianship of Micheal Baum, insane, : Notice is hereby given that Hervey E. Eller has filed in this court his peti ! tion praying that the judge of this court nominate and appoint a fit and proper person as guardian of the estate of said Micheal Baum, insane, and the same will be heard on Monday, the 3rd day of June, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. in. of said day, at the court room of said court in the village ot Orotino, county of Clear water, state of Idaho. All persons interested are notified to then and there appear and show cause ... , 1 1 , muac, " an y they have, why said petitioner's nrnV nf dim 1 1,1 ., . , ! P' a yt * Should not be £1 anted. Dated May 22nd, 1912. J ' |>eal] j j WM. B. KINNE, Clerk. Church and Lodges ! I METHODIST CHURCH. Services at I Pimm and Orofino. Idaho! as follows: Or!X^Su day school every Sunday morninis at HI o'clock Preaching service on the first and third Sunday s,mZv'!wcn!mV^J 0 - C -«i hwular service every on Thursda? evenin')! 0 „i — r mee,ln V on Kridnv eienin!?! V^oir Prachce S n j evenings at 4. JO o clock. Ignore — ev ^ ry Sun " ?hird^nd fifth S^iinri 0,1 lhe first * 1 ,nira and ,ir,h Sunday mommas, n «ptict w ........ meeting h™«« p/n Meets m the Christian 'mnïtk 01 ? ?* fourth and first Sundays in each month at 11 a. m. and <:30 p. m. * OU are welcome * w * D M HAYES. Pastor. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible school Sunday at 10 a. m. GRACE LARKIN. Secy. J' S. HOGUE, Supt. tV. C. T. V. Meets every first and third Thurs day of each month at 2:30 p. : m. MRS. N. A. HOGUE, Pres MRS. MINNIE CRISI*. Sec. KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS. Orofino Lodge N°- 3 *:-Meets every; Saturday night in Odd attend. Eugene worden' 0*0 *° (iE0 UEURANCE ' K R * s - PYTHIAN SISTERS. Evergreen Temple No. 23.—Meeis second and fourth YVednesdt of each month. V isiting members welcome, MRS. maud frazier. m. e. c BERTHA mooers, m. of r. a c. ay to I. O. O. F. Orofino Lodge No. 6J—Meets every Tuesday nicht in Odd Fellows' hall A cordial invitation extended to all Odd Fellows in good standing F. W. luttropp, n. g. WM . m. CHANDLER C sÜc y ETZER ' V ' C ' royal neighbors of AMERICA Clearwater Camp 6020- Meets first and haik The^r^?^,.efe C of Ta O e n h h m o„th°i. 0 t he " adaTTiolmhero™ eco^d™*' >N 0r * cle ' REBEKAH. Blue Belt Lodge I. O. O. F — Meets in Odd Fellows' hall every second and fourth Wednesday of month. All visiting mem bers invited to atiend. mrs. bertha delaney n g BERTHA MOOERS, Sec y. Af. W.of A. Orofino Camp. 7RIO Meets every Thursday nicht. Visiting members cordially invited to attend. . R. D. LUTTROPP, Consul. J. G. BULLOCK, Consul. The Clearwater Timber * * Co General Office, Orofino, Idaho Buys White and Yellow Pine Palace Meat Market John Wells, Proprietor Sausage Our Specialty During the Spring and Summer months we Intend to keep on hand a full line of Fancy Sausage, of all kinds. Also cooked meats in connection with our other Fresh and Cured meats. Our Sausage Season Opens April 1st. Come and See. E. J. SULLIVAN Cigars, Confectionery, Ice Cream, Pool and Billiard Parlors Elk River Idaho Convention and Primary Dates. Kepublican National convention at Chicago June 18 State platforms conventions meet at Boise June 23 Democratic National convention at Baltimore June 25 State primaries, for state and county officers July 30 State Central committees organize at Boise Sept. 3 General Election, November 5th. Real Estate DeCourcey & Walrath Farm and Timber Lands, City Property. INSURANCE Money to Loan on Improved Farms Orofino, Idaho FRED TROTZKEY Joweler and Engraver Watch Repairing a Specialty Full Line of. Rodgers' 1847 Silver Ware OTKt e in the I. O. O. F. Building Orofino Idaho Mammoth Gooseberry Patch. Lewiston, Idaho, June 1. Special_J. C. Whipple, manager of the model Indian Cache orchard in North Lewis ton is advertising for a cr ew of goose berry pickers to handle the 38-acre patch which is perhap« the largest commercial berry patch in the north west. He will use a for-je of 15 to 20 people and the entire crop has been sold to the Sprague Sanitary Preserv ing company of Lewiston. In ïhe patch are 23,000 hushes and' it is es timated, although the planting was madi : but 20 months ago, the yield per bush will i reach two pounds. The patch hi limited to the Oregon Champion variet' 1 , which has proven best adapted to co nditions here. It is also a large berry a nd is a prolific bearer, free from mot tld and likewise free from worms. Immense Fruit Crop at Lewiston. Lewiston, Idaho, June 1. Special—J. Sprague, manager of the Sprague Sanita ry Preserving company of this city, believes the Clarkston-Vincland season district ont P ut will reach this over 1(XI carloads > while the greatest out P ut * n a,, y single past year has been Wty carloads - He has no specific in format '°n as to the condition in the Lewiston Orchards but has been nd v ' sed that growers there will turn off at least thir 'y- f ive carloads, "The output of our plant this year," i he sa i d > "will surpass in volume that of any l>aat year - 1 cannot state definite * y a * ^' s time the amount of fruit we handled last year hut it was between e 'Khty and ninety carloads." John Sargent is building a new house on his property in Olenwood.