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Clearwater Republican
VOLUME I.
OROFINO, IDAHO, THURSDAY, July 4, 1912.
NUMBER 15.
58
Alice E. Bell
Conservative
Progressive
Bank of Orofino
Orofino, Idaho
Statement oi' the Condition dune, 14th, as
made to the State Bank Commissioner
(Condensed)
RESOURCES
Loans, Securities, Etc..
Overdrafts
Furni ure and Fixtures
Cash and Sight Exchange
Total
Correct—Attest:
THEO. FOHL, Director
Safety Deposit Boxes for rent
LIABILITIES
$56.330.94
Capital Stock
Undivided Profits
Deposits
Other Liabilities
Total
$ 12 , 000.00
11.41
3.542.22
i
3.392*4«
12,190.45
71.93!,28
. 50.389.00
NONE
.
571.931.-48
The abuvé statement is correct.
A. L. THIELE
Cashier
4 percent Interest paid on Time Deposits
Good Service
There Is a Good Position open For You.
If you take our personal-help plan of study in short
hand, - bookkeeping, typewriting: and 1 penmanship.
Students may ènter any time. School opens September
9. Write for booklet "Picture Stories of Success."
Lewiston Business College, Lewiston, Idaho.
Save Your Eyes
Save Your Temper
Save Your Money
Use Electric "Juice
and most powerful illuminators to spread it with
The Tungsten Lamp
. Both furnished by
Orofino Electric Company
C. F. Cunningham, Mgr.

Report of the Financial Condition of
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 22
In the County of Clearwater and State' of Idaho
The Board of Trustees of School District No. 22, in the County of Clear
VMer and State of Idaho, submit the following report of receipts and
pendilures from Adril 1st, 1911, to the dale hereof.
RECEIPTS
ex
Apportionment
Special Tax,
Licenses, .
Transferred from other districts....
Balance on settlement with Nez Perce County
Library Fund Apportionment
*3869.10
2401.82
50. (X)
415.37
207.76
101.50
1
V
Tola) Receipts .. ! J/-'.'.'.:..'.' .':.'. r .h:t *7045:55 ■?
EXPENDITURES (APRIL 1st 1911 TO JULY, 1st, 1912)
To Whom Issued : Itclfl
Interest on *1750 bonds
Teachers' saliiiy v March 1911
Tuning am]- repairing organ -'
4 1-2 days labpr. on grounds
Janitors salary', March and April
Teacher's salary, March 1911
- 1 ' " April & May
No. of order
Bank of Orofino,
L. Belle Reed,
,v 'Amount
t 93 00
70 00
- 5 00
11 25
45 (X)
120 (X)
240 (X)
140 00
180 00
210 (X>
180 00
22,50 •
1
1
3
Hugh Willong,
John Pickerd,
E. Maud Mix,
W. Ray Smith,
C. W. Groves,
Bertha Hackett /I
Abbie Mix
Ruth Linn
John Pickerd iqpy Janitor services, May
John J. Pickerd ' Washing towels &• milking key
C. M. Miller ..Changing seats
Owl Drug Co., Ltd. Supplies and books 1
Clearwater h-inry'- - Hauling 3 loads wood
Oscar Austin Water, Feb, March &• 'April
John Pickerd Glass for door
Orofino Merc. Co. 4 brooms
F. It. fan n Clerk's salary, Ma re It and April
Wellman-McRoberts Co, Three shades
DoCourcey X- Walrntli Rent Fohl building, 4 months
Orofino Trading Co Janitor's equipment
Oscar Austin Water, May, June X- July
W. M. Chandler, Treas Rent I. O.O. F. hall, comnieiicem't
A. E. Hinckley, CoTr. Interest on *171X1 bonds
Orofino Drug Co, Ltd
J. I). Carter
Leo Bueseher
Titos. M. I,(-wins
Oscar Austin
Jesse Mel'(ilium
William Cavanaugh
J. N. Mel.can
Dale Lanphier
Abbie Mix
Louis A Zimmerman
Rachel Smith
Margaret Kress
Alice E. Bell
William Cavanaugh Janitor, September 15th to 30th
Rachel M. Smitli Taking school census
John Sargent Decorating school house
A. W. Crandall Frt. and drayage on desks
Dale Lanphier Janitor, annex,-1-2 month
Milton, Hrudley Co Kindergarten supplies etc
N. W. School Furn Co School furniture.
A. W. Crandall
Nez Perce county
Nez Perce county
F. 11. Lanphier Hauling gravel'
Welluian-MeRuherts Co,Janitor's equipment etc
F- D/Bouth; Inspecting school building
Dan Delaney Hauling wood and desks'
Louis A. Zimmerman Principal's salary, O'ctobir
Rachel M. Smith Teacher's salary, October.
Abbie Mix •* •< "
4
5
6
7
8
9
" Mar, Apr & May
10
11
12
13
05
14
2 50
15
;«)
16
, . 1 50. „
4 50 '
17
18
80
19
2 :«>
20
. 4 00
21
1 20
22
40 (X)
23
2 05
24
4 Ml
5 IX)
117 50
öiixr
nt
26
27
2 leitet-, files for clerk
20 cords wood ns per contract
Piling 20 cords of wood
Carpenter work, 20 hours.
Water rent, August
2 days labor
7 days labor al school house
Painting and oiling floors
5 days labor at school house
Teacher's salary Sept
Principal's salary, Sept
Teacher's salary, Sept
IX)
28
5 Oo
30
lu (X)
31
1 50
32
5 00
:<3
17 50
50 00
12 50
70 00
1(X) 1X1
75 (X)
60 00
(X) IK)
10 00
10 05
38 (XI
10 35
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
2'50
46
16 19
140 I«)
2 00
2236 62
127 82
47
48
Frt and drnyage.l on supplies
Outstanding registered warrants
Interest on same to date
49
50
51
1 50
52
4 60
......t ■
53
19 10
54
9 50
*
55
100 00
75 00
70 00
68
57
58
Alice E. Bell
Margaret Kress
William Knvnttnugh
Dale Lanphier
Dan Delaney
John R. Beck
GO 00
«0 00
•20 00
50
GO
Janitor's
G1
" (annex)
Frt & drayage on fire escape etc
Clerk's salary May to Oct. and
telegram and postage
N. W. School Furn Co 12 yards slated cloth
F. H. Lanphier Fixing and moving desks, black
boards and wood
Clearwater Tel&Telg, Phone message to Upsilanti
North Idaho Title Co Abstract on school property
R. H. Leeper Repairing stoves
Oscar Austin Water for October and repairs
Owl Drug Co, Ltd Maps, books, etc
Dale Lanphier 2 days labor at school house
h rank Sisk 2 months rent
Orofino Lumber Co Lumber to cover wood pile..
Nebaho Lumber Co Lumber for rear porch Sc Steps
Orofino Trading Co Decorators' supplies, etc
W. F. Hurst, Treas Rent of church, on account
Louis A. Zimmerman Principal's salary, November
Teacher's " "
5 DU
62
3 90
63
er
15 00
12 00
64
65
12 00
66
1 45
67
18 75
68
2 50
69
4 25
.70
41 20
71
5 00
72
24 00
a 20
10 10
46 35
100 00
100 00
75 00
70 Q0
70 00
60 00
60 00
20 00
7:;
74
75
76
77
Rachel M. Smith
Mabel Corwin
Abbie Mix
Alice E. Bell
Margaret Kress
William Cavanaugh
Dale Lanphier
Dale Lanphier Balance, janitor's salary, Nôv
Safety Fire Escape Co One safety fire escape
Rachel M. Smith Two weeks salary, Nov * Dec
Louis A. Zimmerman Hrincipal's salary, Dec.
Abbie Mix Teacher's salary, December
Alice E. Bell Teacher's salary
Margaret Kress Teacher's salary
Hot_el Orofino Expense, substitute teacher
to Kenwnrd Railway fare and teaching
Wm Cavanaugh Janitor's salary, 4 weeks
Dale Lanphier " !' 4 weeks
A. E. Hinckley, CoTr Interest on 04700 bonds
Rachel M. Smith Bai salary to Dec. 22d, 1911
Mabel Corwin Teacher's salary
D. L. Lakey Repairing door and seats
100 Nebaho Lumber Co Lumber for church partition, etc
101 White Pine Trd Co Mise supplies and map
102 I. B. Hunsperger 7 days labor putting in windows
103 Milton-Bradley Co Kindergarten supplies
104 Oscar Austin Water, Sep^nd Nov
105 Orofino Tribune Adver for wood, and cards
106 Dan Delaney Moving seats, etc .
107 Wellman-McRoberts Material for partition, etc
108 Owl Drug Co, Ltd Supplies ...:.
109 Wm. L. Palmer One stove for church
110 Orofino Electric Co Oymnasium lights
111 G. J. Buschka Setting up desks
112 John R. Becker Clerk's saly, 2 mths, Sc telp
113 Dale Latnphier, 7 1-2 days work on windows and
114 U. G. Worden Making table and work on parti
tion at church.,..
Work at school house, $5.26, Lum
ber, »7.04
116 Dan Delaney Fr't and dray on six desks
117 Louis A. Zimmerman Principal's salary
118 Rachel M. Smith Teacher's salary
119 Mabel Corwin Teacher's salary
120 Abbie Mix " "
121 Alice E. Bell
122 Margnret Kress
123 Win. Cavanaugh Janitor's salary
124 Dale Lanphier " " (Annex)
125 Oscar Austin Water renLDee., Jan. and reoairs
126 Owl Drug Co. Ltd Supplies
Orofino 1 l ading Co Windows, furniture and supplies
128 J. D. Carter 1 1-4 cords of wood, delivered..
j_29 DeCourcey & Walratb Prem on 3 yrs. Insurance
.. Window frames, and two days work
78
7!«
so
81
82
83
Janitor's
84
(annex)
5 00
85
5 00
86
34 50
37 50
100 00.
70 00
60 00
60 00
87
88
89
!H)
91
92
8 00
93
7 00
94
20 00
10 00
117 50
22 50
70 00
95
96
97
98
99
2 00
14 15
2 70
35 00
1 46
2 75
4 10
1 (XL
14 75
4 85
10 00
6 85
2 00
8 70
18 75
15 oo
115 F. H. Lanphier
12 29
1 55
100 00
75 00
70 00
70 00
60 00
60 00
20 00
10 0 )
6 50
5 20
127
47 90
7 25
57 00
20 00
26,10
00 00
100 00
75 00
00 00
70 00
20 00
10 00
130 U. G. Worden _
131 NW. School Furn Co. Six small Triumph desks
132 Alice E. Bell Teacher's salnrv
..I
Teacher's salary
133 LouisA. Zimmerman Principal's salary
134 Rachel M. Smith Teacher's salary
135 Margaret Kress " "
136 Abbie Mix
137 Win. Cavanaugh Janitor's salary . . .
138 Dale Lanphier Janitor's salary (Annex).
139 F. H. Lanphier Cash paid Tyra for sawing wood
Orofino Tor Sc Lbr Co Two cords wood
141 Fred Trotskey Repairing two clocks
142 Mabel Corwin Teacner's salary....
143 Bank of Orofino Int. on »1750 bonds
144 . Louis A. Zimmerman Principal 's salary
145 Rachel M. Smith Teacher's salary
146 Abbie Mix " " 1
147 AliceuE. Bell
148 Margaret Kress,
149 Wm. Cavanaugh
150 Dale Lanphier
(151 Mabdt Corwin
■ i 152 Adolph Meifert
■ 153 Orofino Tbr Sc Lbr Co
154 John Welch
155 Wallace N. Dodd
; 156 Oscar Austin
157 A-E.-Hinkly
i 158 ; John R. Bicker
i 159 Adolph Meifert,
jlOO Wm. Cavanaugh
' 161 Oscar Austin
3 00
140
9 00
2 50
70 00
93 00
100 00
75 00
70 00
60.
60
Janitor's services
Teacher's salary....
Sawing and splitting knots
Four cords of wood
Painting four windows..
Raising bell and hanging shades
Water rent Feb. and repairs
Cash paid for Encyclopedia
Clerk's salary to April 1st.
Sawing and splitting wood
Cleaning school house
Water rent, March
162 Weilmair-MçRoherts Mise, equipment ,r>. .« u amg
I Kill Orpfino Tbr Sc Lbr Co 1 1-4 cords wood . ' * ' ' "t$ 60
1164 Win. Chundler, Judgment on breach of covenant 3Ÿ5 00
! 165 Louis A. Zimmerman Principal's salary
1 166 Rachel M. Smith Teacher's salary
167 Alible Mix 1 Teacher's salary
168 Alice E. Bell
169 Margaret Kress
.170 Win Cavanaugh Janiior's salary
171 Dale Lanphier
172 MubuLCorwin Teacher's salary
173 Louis A. Zimmerman Principal's salary
174 Rachel M. Smith Teacher's salary
1 175 Abbie Mix " 11
176 Alice E. Bell
,177 Margaret Kress
178 Wm. Cavanaugh
Willard Merrill
20 00
10 00
,„ 70 00
7 50
18 00
4 00
3 50
3 75
20 00
6 00
3 35
10 00
1 25
100 00
75 00
- , 70 00"'
GO 00
i 00 00
20 00
10 00
(•--c--'
75 00
70 00
60 00
60 00
20 00
10 00
25 00
18 75
17 50
70 00
15 00
15 00
:
'an**
("A— J-' «
Janitor's
179
" (adtieX) £*..
180 Ldttfe'A. Zimmerman Principal's salary one wealfv
181 Rachel M. Smith Teacher's salary, one we£k
182 Abbie Mix " " • - • »-**
183 Mabel Corwin
184 Margnret Kress
185 Alice E. Bell
186 Wm. Cavanaugh
187 Willard Merrill
188 Oscar Austin
" month.
"■Week **?::.■
Janitor's ." "
Janitor's " "
. , April water rent
189 Dwight L. Wheelock Hauling 8 loads dirt
190 Clearwater Lime Co Lime Sc cement (new
}91 Dale Lanphier Cleaning annex and moving wood
192 Clearwater Republican. Printing ballots Sc bond notice
199 Orofino Lodge I.O.O.F. Hall rent for commencement
194 Wellman-McRoberts Co, Ballot and safety boxes.
19& A: Flnnnagan CO. Three diplomas
196 John R. Becker Clerk's salary, telegrams Sc postage
to June 1st, 1912 .
Balance rent of church .
Total expenditures.
SUMMARY
5 00
2 50
25
indows)
6 00
6 90
wt
12 00
— J3 00
5 (X)
2 45
3 50
13 90
98 90
197 J. S. Hogue, Treas
• 9963 88
8 9053 88
122 29
Total disbursements *10076 17
Total receipts 7045 55
Overdraft *3030 62
* ldaho > this 1st day of July. 1912.
,,, . A. E. HINKLE Y ' JQHNR. BECKER
Chairman of Board of Trustees Clerk of Board of Trustees
Total orders issued ..
Interest paid by county treasurer on registered warrants
1
Wilson & Marshall
The above ticket was nominated by the democrats at Baltimore,
after one of the bitterest fights in national convention history. To
Mr. Bryan, Mr.] Wilson owes his victory, for his merciless onslaughts
on the New York delegates, leading the Clark forces caused the con
vention to shift from the popular Clark to the cold and scholarly
Wilson. Thomas Marshall, governor of Indiana was chosen for the
nominee for 4W-vice presidency. The convention
dorsed both nominees.
unanimously en*
l
Who's Your Friend Mr. Timber
Baron?
We understand there was great
commotion in the assessor's of
fice this week when George Re
bedew, representing Rupp Sc
Holland, appeared with his at
torney and advisor, one Joseph
Majloy, and made strenuous ob
jection to. certain assessements in.
the North Fork country,
pears that Mr. Rubedew has been
buying timber in 38-3 of late and
paying some fairly good prices
thejrefor. Mr.Rubedew claims his
quarters are being assessed -at
$4000, while timber of the same
quality belonging tö the Potlatch
and Clearwater companies is be
ing assessed at $2400 per quarter.
Mr,. Rubedew thinks he is being
treated unfairly in the matter of
assessments because he would
not "come through" and buy
certain timber tracts in the North
Fojrk section, at as he claims, ex
horbitant
Thomas Jefferson, can it be pos
sible that the great and pure de
i^cracy of Clearwater county
would stoop so low. Forbid the
thought, but brush—maybe the.
tiifiber is really worth it and the
balance in that locality should be
raised to meet this new valuation.
Anyway it seems up to Brother
Joe to strike the balance and
thé poor taxpayer has confidence
in jhis great powers as boss fixer.
! * Taxpayer.
"If you are not using Princess flour
you are not using the beat."
It ap
prices. Shades of
m
I
Nygard-Zelenka.
Thomas Nygard and Lottie Zelenka
were united in marriage Sunday, June
30, at the home of the bride's parents
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zelenka, Judge
Kinne officiating. The ceremony
witnessed by only the immediate rela
tives and a few intimate friends. The
contracting parties are well knpwn
here where the,groom ownes a splen
did home. The best wishes of every
onte go with the young couple for a
long and happy wedded life. Mr. and
Mrs. Nygard departed Monday morning
for a short honeymoon trip to Spokane
after which they will be at home to
their friends in their handsome home
in the Day Addition.
was
When your merchant tells yon he
hajs flour aa good as Princess he does
soi because he can. buy inferior flour
much cheaper.
John Swanson, one of the captains of
the fire patrol, visited town Wednesday
and reports r severe electrical storm in
the region to the east of us last Satur- !
day night. The lightning was incessant
and many trees were struck and blown !
down during the storm. No fires have
as yet been reported owing to the ex-1
treme wet weather prevailing, but Mr. \
SWanson thinks they will be showing
Was Heavy Electrical Storm
Up now in a few days. The heavy
rains hf the past month wiH greatly hid
iu keeping down fires throughout this
section and there can possibly be.no
repetition of 1910 the coming year. ;
!
V Wells Bench
Rain, more rain,.
Those who celebrate in this district .
Wiil not be annoyed with dust. !
Johpy Higgenbqtham is visiting his j
parents, having arrived from Seattle
Friday. !
- There will be a picnic near the Sand- 1
ers cefnetery Thursday if the weather
Is favorabie.
While out fishing Sunday on Whiskey {
creek meadows, some men ran across
the patient who escaped from the
asylum a short time ago. They brought
him back Sunday.
i
Dent Items
..
Joe Duffy of Anoka was a business
callfr Saturday.
Cjias. Peters is home for a few days
putting up his hay.
jio. M. Robertson left Sunday for
Fort Lapwai to begin harvesting.
Witt. Jenks took his wool crop to
market last Friday by way of water.
Messrs. West and Roberts, of Lewis
ton, were angling in the North Fork
last'week.
Sc
Mr. Woods passed through here Sun
day enroute to Orofino.
He says he
will, not be a candidate for reelection.
Mr. Blaolcer has been cultivating-'his
orchard and vineyard. He expects to
build and move his family.hero,
neritly this fall.
perma
A petition signed by about thirty of
the legal voters or school district No.
32 was sent in to the county superin
tendent and commissioner*, asking the
board of trustees to build the school
house on the site that the original pe
tition was based upon.
About fifteen of the settlers turned
out last Saturday to help Mr. Blacker
strètch his ferry cable across the North
Fork at Durosa' and as soon aa the
"Ineland" road is completed the boats
will be put in operation. We may
want to move some of our citisens to
the county seat this fall, and some of
thd people from there mty want to
come up on a homestead.
A. D. Kennedy, the popular sales
man at the White . Pine Trading com
pany's store, ia taking a vacation this
week. Mr. Kennedy played base ball
last Sunday and is now laying off and
nut-sing a badly sprained left ankie|
With the aid of Atherton's crutches he
is *ble to get around the house
some,
but will not be able to appear on the
strieets for a week yet.
Orofino Dray Line
Dan Delaney, Prop.
Doès all kinds of
Dray Work. Care
ful attention given,
all business
I ."
Daa Delaney, Proprietor
Bank Statement.
Report of the Condition of
)
Bank of Orofino
at Orofino, in the State of Idaho at the
close of business June 14th, 1912.
RESOURCES:
: Loans and discounts .
44,008 06
: Overdrafts,
unsecured.
I Warrants and other securities U,722 89
I Furniture and fixtures. 3,302 48
Due from banks 6,874 fÇÎ
Checks and other cash items 127 85
Cash on hand (lawful money
! of the United States)....
!
LIABILITIES:
CapitaJ Stock paid in . 812,000 00
\ Undivided profits, less
secured and
11 41
,193 78
Total
IA,<
ex
-'penses and taxes paid
Individual deposits subject to
check . t ... 49,917 84
Demand certificates of de
: posit 200 00
; Tim« certificates of deposit 5,178 02
1,003 20
90 00
3,642 22
Certified chocks.
! Cashier Checks outstanding
Liabilities other than those
above stated
NONE
71,931 28
. _ . .
! SfrATE Of IDHAO, .
j County of Clearwater J ss
I, A. L. Thiele, cashier of the above
! named, bank do solemnly swear that
1 the above statement is true to the best
df my knowledge and belief.
A. L. THIELE, Cashier
Correct. Attest:
. THEO. FOHL, Director
[Seal \
{
:
Subscribed and sworn to before me
dune > *912.
I JOHN R. BECKER, Notary Public
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