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W o! Some Shoes rr> r' vüfy" t+ \ Copy of a note attached to our Spring Fill in order: »> _ Gentlemen, from the number of Shoes on this order it looks as though you were buying for a Chain of Stores, but think you will need them all from the way you have been selling Shoes during the last Six months. Thanking you for your nice order I am, Yours, G. A. SMITHEY, representing Roberts Johnson Rand Celebrated Star Brand Shoes We certainly have been selling some Shoes as Smithey says. The Best we can get for the money. Find a Star on every heel and they arc all guaranteed The White Pine Trading Co Not the Largest but the Fastest Growing Store in Clearwater County. Whiskey Creek ! Mrs. Downey and son, Frank, were | shopping in Orofino Tuesday.: Marcus Delbarn had a run-a-wap - last Wednesday. No serious damage done, j All the ranchers are hurrying 1m fin- ! ish their planting before the ml rain | comes. Mrs. E. J. Weseman returned! from Spokane Sunday and repwAs, a very pleasant time while there. Wells Bench ? Fred Mooers visited.- on the bench j Sunday. Mrs. McCracken indi family moved to Orofino this week. J. M. Sanders is; putting in his spare time building a barn.. Mrs. Frank Mooenswnd children vis ited friends and relativ«* on the bench last week.. Miss Edna.Sander« returned to Oro fino Tuesday after a short visit with ffiends and relatives. Fords Greek. Planting is.«thing of the past in this vicinity. Mr. Harlan expects to take his children to. Orofino soon where he has gone into business. Born, JXine the 4th, to the wife, of It is Nels Lindstrom, a daughter, thoughtl the father will recover. Thn Fords creek boys came off Vic torians in the ball game Satu rday. The score stood ten to nine in favor of Fords creek. F. A. Mooers want to Orofino the last of the week. His wife and babies returned home with him after visiting j friends and relatives on Wells bench and Orofino creek. ! Russell News Bun Coffer made a visit to his Greer friends Monday. Wm. Shockley was in Russell business the first of the week. Georg Weaver and Levi Dixon Were down to Lewiston last week. on : j ^ i I j Alpine team will play Russell Sunday, June 9th, at Russell hall grounds. Come to Russell for good roads. We have a first class road overseer now. as a Frank James went to Spokane delegate to the Farmers' Union last week. Andy Harbke went to Coeur d'Alene to attend the democratic convention Monday. George Gertje has quit camping on the hill so we all think he has got his crop in. Mrs. J. W. Tyler, Mrs. W. Bennett, Leatha Gleason and Jesse Tyler were to the county seat Monday on business. Hoorah! Hoorah for Gilbert! They < are all right when it comes to playing I ball. 8 to 7. What's the matter with Russell—to slow. Reds Prairie The prospect is fine for huckleberries this season. Granville Hall made a business trip to town this week. Mrs. Wm. Hail is on the sick list, professional nurse from town was called to care for her. Wm. Hall and wife made a trip to Orofino this week. Geo. Courtz spent a few days on the ! meadows this week. | Granville Hall made a trip to Lenore j this week on business. ! M. Frear and son are busy breaking | so d for Francis Taylor, Francis Taylor left the meadows for Orofino last Saturday. T. A. Johnson will move to his Wood land ranch in a few days. M. L. Hatch has a force of men at work on the county road. j George Courts made a business trip to the meadows this week. The Ladd boys are hauling for F. A. Johnson from the meadows to town. The weather has been nice the past | The farmers will finish Gus Grube has been selected to go into the forest reserve to select timber . .. ... ._ _ for the state. He will leave June 10th. Fred Lanphier, of Orofino, crossed the prairie enroute to fire patrol head ... , . „ j „ quarters with a load of goods for the camp. W. J. Williams crossed the prairie enroute to the fire patrol headquarters. few weeks. their seeding. ~ _. , ... , : Two men wanted to help split cord wood and drive team. Good wages, Apply to M. Carroll, 1 1-2 miles east of I 1 j I j I i ! . j ! 1 Two Men Wanted Orofino. For Fire Insurance that Insures j ! I Get a policy in the American Central St. Louis Fire Association : of Philadelphia Germania of New York Milwaukee Mechanics . .... i _ " u 1 Nnrthwestern National 1 » OnnWestern IMaUOnai »? Milwaukee _ . Royal of I ivernool St Paul Firp and Marinp ****** rire ana Marine of Si. Paul Lowest rates and prompt Settlement I Nc tice is hereby given that in pursu i ance of the laws of the United States of I Amei "lea and the laws of the State of Idalu, i, in such cases made and provided j Willk un J. Harris, whose address is i ( < I AY. M. Chandler Agent I. O. O. F. Building OROFINO, IDAHO United States Land Office Lewiston, Idaho. Noti 'e of Publication of Application for Patent Notice No. 04347. Box 1891, Spokane, Washington, has made application to the United States fora patent to mineral lands embraced in the Consolidated Central Placer, a placer claim situated, lying, and being in the Pierce City Mining District, Clearwater County, State of Idaho, and consisting of 180 acres of placer ground bearing placer gold and other valuable mineral deposits, which claim embraces land described as follows: E 1-2 E 1-2 NW 1-4; the E 1-2 W 1-2 E 1-2 NW 1-4; the E 1-2 E 1-2 SW 1-4; the NW 1-4 SW 1-4 SE 1-4; the SW 1-4 NW 1-4 SE 1-4; E 1-2 NW 1-4 SE 1-4; the NW 1-4 SE 1-4 SE -1-4 the SW 1-4 SE 1-4 NE 1-4; and the E 1-2 SE 1-4 NE 1-4; Sec tion 16, T. 37 N., R. 5. E. B.M That the said Consolidated Central Placer Claim is composed of a part of the following location: The No. 2 Placer, the original location notice of whtch is recorded in the office of the District Mining Recorder in and for the said mining district in Book "F" i | of placer location at page 17U and is fur the ^ recorded in the office of the Re corder in and tor Shoshone county, Idaho, in Book "N" of placer location at page 252; that the notice of amended location of the said No. 2 pla cer is recorded m the ottice ot the Dep ut y R ecor d er in and for said mining district in Book "N" of Mining Tocation ?,* Page 56 and is further recorded in the office ot the Recorder ot Nez Perce an County, Idaho, in Book 6, of M. D. at page 148. The Complete Placer, the original no tice of which is recorded in the office : of the District Mining Reeordea in and : for said mining district in Book "F" of m iding location at page 224 and in the office of the County Recorder in aud fur Shoshone County, Idaho, in Book "N" of placer location at page 257; that a notice of an amended location of I the said Complete Placer is recorded in 1 the office of the Deputy Recorder in and for said mining district in Book "N" j nt page 57 and is further recorded in I the office of the County Recorder in and for Nez Perce County, Idaho, in j Book 6. of M. D. on page 150. I To the applicant's knowledge there is i no adjacent mining locations or claims ! except such as belong to the applicant. Any and all persons claiming adversely said placer mining ground or premises . or any part thereof are hereby notified that unless their adverse claims are I duly filed, according to law, within six ty days from date herewith the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office at Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho, they will be barred by the vir j tue of the provisions of said laws. ! Dated at Lewiston, Idaho, this 6th 1 day of April, 1912. Forfeiture Notice To Fred Veatch and the heirs at law ^ A. F. Spotstvood, deceased, and their administrators and assigns. You are hereby notified that I have expended during the years 1909, 191Ü 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, V j Z; Th e j ron ç a p ( recor( j e< i j n 1,00k 7 at page 598; the Copper Queen, re eordedin book 7 at page 4oo; the Black Lead, recorded in book 8 at pag and the black Quartz Lead recorai book 8 at page 40, of the mining records of Clearwater county, Idaho, in order to hold said claims under the provisions of section 2324 of the reviseu statutes I of the United states, and the amend ment thereto approved July 22, 1880, concerning annual labor upon mining claims, being the amount required to hold said lode claims for the period end ing December 31, 1911. And if within ninety days from the personal service of this notice or within ninety days after the publication thereof, you fail 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 come the property of the subscriber, your co-owner who has made the quired expenditure by the terms of said section, apr 4 T. H. BARTLETT, Register. First publication April 11th, 1912. Alex Kasber cant, Lewiston i rg, Attorney for Appli , Idaho. e 39, ed in vv L. F. WILLIAMS. FOR SALE Two nine inch and two fifteen inch SURFACERS and MATCHERS American Wood working machin ery company make All in Good Con dition. Price very Reasonable. i n .« . « » . lOtlatCil L/U111061" CO» Potlatch, Idaho. The Monarch is King of Ranges A*'Stay Sat Isfactory"Kang* Dn 'Stay Satisfactory "Kara* 2 1 We have them in all Stylesand they never wear out. We carry the most complete line of HARDWARE and FURNITURE in the Clearwater valley. Wellman-McRoberts Company. Ball Game at Peck Sunday. There will be a match game of ball played next Sunday between Peck and Orofino at Peck. This is the second game of the series and a good exhibi tion is expected. Will Settle Business F. L. Frazier wishes to announce that he has disposed of his Feed & Flour business to J. P. Harlan and Louis Soderberg, and that he will collect all bills owing on old business and pay all bills contracted by himself. Signed, F. L. FRAZIER. Ice ! Ice ! Ice ! I am now prepared to furnish ice in quantit i e s to all p a r t ies wishing it. Call phone 544 Ingavort Hansen. For Sale A nine horse power portable engine nearly new. Has been run only two seasons during harvest time. Apply to Orofino Electric Co., Orofino, Idaho. We aim for perfection. The better we can make your watch run the more pleased we are. Try us, we will do everything in our power to satisfy you. F. I. LINDUREN. For Sale Complete sawmill at a bargain. Ca pacity 20 M. Also 30 H. P. traction en gine, good as new—easy terms, see SAMSON SNYDER. For Sale GO acres of fruit land overlooking Orofino; 5 unimproved lots in Small and Wright's Addition; one business house and lot on Johnson Ave. ; one fine res idence and 4 lots on Johnson Avenue. Terms on all this by paying small cash payments on each piece of property. For further information see J. C. Bullock, Orot'ino, Idaho. Just arrived, a ear of farm impie ments. If in the market get our prices Orofino Trading Co.