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Year Fable - -• : e .y , ^. n< : c H £°, n hippopotamus, jackass and elephant assembled themselves together to select a date for a ^Rei-ftofiTof a U the jreprè|en^tiyes of all the fishes of the sea* birds of the air and beasts of the woods, so that they might se who snptnd serv^fpr a term of four years. At this meeting it was decided not only to elect a new ruler every , four years, but thç jackass was appointed to notify all thaMn the years when the rulers were selected they would not be expéetédro for . their d ?'J y in these years they were to voluntarily go on half rations and spend /thethne usually devoted to themselves and families in bemoaning the fact that they were what they were, and also predict T t *-% t things/th^t would happen just as soon as the new ruler was selected. All the animals attentively listened to the i* i ' °* t * ie l ac k' d ss 'e x cept the bees. The bees called a rpeeting, buzzed the thing over, and then issued the following Proclamation: t rr-rt ... ■ ft tf We.thb bees of the universe, have carefully considered you ahd your braying* Mr. Jackass and we wish to say that there will be hothipg dping for yours truly in the''laying-o^f" or''half ration*'line. Wé are satisfied that there will be just as ' *W>»ey in the buckwheat in the years when the rulers are elected as in any other old years and we propose to get it. IIS:- the / eS * ? f 'he hunch want to grow lean and waste one year in every four why go to it; you certaküy have oir pertniskion. Growl and bray your head s off if you choose, but as for us we will keep on gathering honey at the old stand j - V, - We can cispose of the surplus at the WHITE PINE TRADING CO'S.' store at Orofino, Idaho. We will buy our summer goods of them where we find an UP-TO-DATE FINE in all assortments of merchandise Y summer ^i:Si «farBrand s hoes areSetter. Who's Your Tailor? Price Suits are Nobby and Cheap. —Stimmer Dress Goods for th<2 Queens. Royal Club Brand of Canned Goods. Pure and Whole some groceries. t* >■> -, jsJU . -W-. T. M Not the Largest hut the Fastest Growing Store in Clearwater County. n Local News "Princess flour is the best.'' • Mrs. E. N.- Brown, accompanied by her two sou* was an arrival Tuesday from Lewiston. The best grocers handle Princess flour fw£?; Of. Givens, accompanied by Mrs. Alfred Givens and son, John, of Nampa, All ladies are Mnce-flour 1st. hard wheat flour, ÔTST > „ , i Mrs. O. F. Hardy, who has been seriously ill for the past ten days, is On the mend with every indication of a! , U I I The Gltolous Fourth, was celebrated Jlnf*» C p ZC ^ ', n " ?" let w * y ' „ went to ■/•eck, but the most ot them picnicked in and about town. Theflpflnfce^.fcsndle Princess floue. Every School District should instnll le^vStfebbury System of heating and. ventilating. Fo/ prices und-particularsflour. write'TV'M. Chandler, Orofino, Idaho. . , , . , ' "If y*u are not using Princess flour } you are not using the best." .. ! „ : Will White and Nat Brown drove in from*-, Lewiston yesterday morning. They expect to spend some time in the ( interior country before returuing home. , We aim for perfection. The better we can make your watch run thé more .... , Try us, we will do! evexÿt hin our power to satisfy you. .!*!** ' FOR SALE. Eighty acre farm well improved*. 18 acres orchard in bearing; convenisnt to School and postoffice. 1 IPaJXRMRilK. c ~ w *i _ Geneva, Jessie and Clayton Hardy, SSM SÄfTSJS: ton lo visitTrieuds and relattvgp and incidentally to çélebraté the glorious Fourth. wereurrival8 here Monday. "If yfti are nx using Princess flour you are not using the best." The Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet Thursday, July 11th at the Christian Church, invited. speedy recovery. "Princess flour is the best."' th we are. . i Orien D. Crocket, hereby announces iupiself a candidate for the office of treasurer and ex-offieio public admin istrator for Clearwater county subject to the.Will of the vpters at the nomin- ! ating primaries July 30, 1912. t- I 1 George Erb, the democratic wheel- *1 horse of JÜprth Idaho, wns a visitor here ® Saturday Georoe savs he oaturoay ueorge sa>s he is a pro gressive, but westrotigly suspect demo-. cra " c : " e ' s a B° od fellow anyway and his friehds are always glad to meet _ Issioner „„ ,h. „ pu „„o.,. visited the coimlty seat Wednesday. 1 l|iey report crop prospect? good in t|eir section and republicans thicker than hops in harvest time. 1 1» glancing over the list of those that 1 filed for office in Lewis county we ' riotice the name of our friend, Rosalind Armstrong, out for the office of super iptendent of schools. Miss Armstrong tias manv friends here who wiah her nas many friends here who wish her success in her aspirations. .. ( Mrs. Charles Reynolds, of Qberlin, Ohio, is a vikiför here this week with the family of tier brother, P. E. Me Roberts. Mr. Reynolds accompanied his wife west, but stopped enroute to attend business matters and will arrive here some time this week. •"■Jack Crabb-aud E- A* Patterson of nore, candidate« for sheriff mid , I Princess flour is the best." Judge Hogue played a trick on his friends throughout the county last week by making a quiet sneak into the auditor's office at the last moment and filing for ifêjîresentntive on the demo cratic ticket. We predict that the judge will make a gentleman's canvas as his opponent, Mr. Cunningham, fs an oid triend and-netgUUur and each highly esteems the other. ''Ptlacta KlourM " - ... Mrs. Dahlem called on Mrs. Wescman Monday. , Allen Scoles is staying with his par i - • Adolph Johnsen spent Sunday and Monday, with Edas Weseman. ■ ti,„ .... • , . . I The cherry crop on W hiskey creek is nearly harvested—by the robins. I Mr. and Mrs. Selvage, of Orofino, will spend the Foùrth with Mç.Dow neySl I ! r There will be a picnic the Foiirth on on Whiskey Creek, near the Fixinur place. , •' . - ' - The he*t graoers handle Princess . < ^ } Eureka Ridge Items. ! ... : Atidthfer tide rain just when needed it. ( humi .„_ , T' . i * „„hÜÏ t and back last week. J. Martin and son, Lander, have been doing somff slashing across the river. H >Aiktm Had a hsrn rnlsiiur insf q , ... ' . ^ ' w ^*' ^ evt ra ot l * H neigh bow were 1 present. "w™to th«.«,,,, seat and claimed tue- bounty on a » coÿote scalp last week, " «• tiie Best. •■ ut.— Whiskey Greek All kinds of grain bid- fair to make a over to Oil we to fall and run a sharp snag in under his arm, causing n painfiif wound. C. A. Pittwood had a bee Tuesday and moved his old log house that built in pioneer days and will build new- one on the old site, was , a ' I For Sale 1 • A nine horse power portable Engine *1 early névVt Has been run only two 11 ® ea * on * d «i;, in K Harvest time. Apply to Orofino Electric Co., Orofino, Idaho. lt , i ' Geo. Rubedew was a visitor here | this week from Moscow. • t w Mi " J " h "" f CWr b her, .hi, ! wcAïk from Lewistow visiting friends. f 1 lls wee , vis, bng friends and relatives. ; County Attorney Hannah was in Elk River on professional business this week. . J» h " tîorma '' and Frànk Sigk re ' ur,UH ' 'com an estimating trip in the White Pine °° untr y Wednesday. ! ----- j ALAX K.ASRFRG ' Attorney-at-Law „ ■. Practices in all the "Stale and ■ Federal Courts i ■ Office in Lewiston National ftaiiV eewision rsauonal Hank ! Building LEWISTON -IDAHO his j his oid Mr. Taylor Explains . *>• • Francis Taylor desires us to atktc ^ that lie is a republican, and..Jhp candi date of no clique Or faction and if nomi nated and elected he expects to do his whole duty to all the people, fully and fairly, without flavor. Mr. Taylor Was brought out by his neighbors and w friends in this section and exocets to m make his race on his merits' ata man ! and a citizen of the •community, in | I which he hasresldcd for-many-years.-! • _ .if. a.. ; C i, hr Treasurer . Frank Marqüette wishes to announce ! .MÜ.Ä'SÄI'J the voters at the nominntiiur nrimnrie« tn mw U P nmanos . J is Commissioner ist District C. VV. Space, desires to announce |S s 1 candida py for commissioner from frçm-cÂ ' [ Wl . 11 of . H>e voters at the nominating yet fe'hnanevdgty ^0, 1912. ■ , - Commissipnvr Second District 'Francis 'fityter deSftiCs'W'to state and that he is a candidate for the office of S'cieanlmter ^* cond d ,'^ r " :t ickit sob &Ä «"'hewbhean ! V ot l H i i ot V,, at tpe nominating primaries, July 30, 1912 Samson Snvder desires in „„„mmw .that lie is a candidate for the office of ' assessor on the republican ticket for Clearwater county, subject to the will 0 f the voters at the nominating pri maries, -J*dy 30th. a » Stephen Crai hims^fire* efts» ■wi -t 1 Political Announcements. rs * • * ■ Surveyor Robert Swadener hereby andounces his candidacy for the office oi county a surveyor on the republican ticket for Clearwater county, subject to the will of the voters at the nominating pri maries July 30, 1012. Assessor School Superintendent ig herçby announces mdidate foa- the office of pntendent up the reptili y ticket for*" tsWrK ater county', subject to the will of the voters *jt jjh^ncmsinntlsi^: primary to be held Pro hate Judge J. C. Bullock hereby announces him self a candidate for Probate Judge tor tile county of Clearwater on the repub lican ticket subject to the will of the voters at the nominating primaries July 30th. * a ... ", ■*, Cou 't^' Atprney 11 J. Hannah i hereby announces iiimself a candidate for the office of f.connty attorney on the republican ticket for Clearwater county subject to i the will of the voters at the nominating | i ,rima *' y 'o be held July 30, 1912. | t Çommisskmer ! yjjgf S T'ÄK[? h g r '*,rSSl j,of commissioner of the Second District, j ; at the nominating primaries July 30th. O. V. Allen, of Boise, wishes to an bounce himself a candidate fqr re-nomi Zn\Z repubfin ticket! subjertTo^the will of the voters, at the nominating ! primaries, July 3tnh. j Sheriff ' Seymour M. Snyder desires to ini nounce himsêlf a candidate for the of fice »f sheriff on the republican ticket f° r Clearwater county subject to the primwies JuWUth ^ i State Treasurer ■ ■ nominating Commissioner Frank Harrison, of Weippe, desires announce himself a candidate-for commissioner, on the republican ticket, for the 1st district of Clearwater county, subject to the will of the voters at the ! nominating primaries, July 3t)th. Real Estate Transfers ! s .. ( j ^ or wee * t Ending May2t, 1912. Furnished by Clearwater Abstract Co. United States to Charles J. Larson, w 1-2 se 1-4,' sw 1-4 ne 1-4 lot9 33-41-5 e ! m . , .. . ' oe ' ! Im P' to Oscar Austin, | I )iu I ' scc b e - • U. S. to. David E. Hoar, s .1-2 ne 1-4, ; C 1-2 se 1-4, 17-38-3 e. Same to Addison Alexander, s 1-2 n,w 1-4, 9, s 1-2 ne 1-4 8-38-3 e Malcolm M. Clend'ening to Andrew Clendenine s 1-2 se 1-4 « w u. w u ! "J e ' ! J- McCleary to Clearwater «.CB-H«».. ! - - —debted Princess flour is a hard wheat flour, ' absolutely guaranteed. _ ■ ___ * | T n R rn »her Shaw J j ' [ George wishes to say that he has not yet beeiv forced to close tho Republican , doors as he threatened to do when Mr. Shaw fired him from the Tribune office and asked him to wait for back wages due. The Monarch is King of Ranges IWSUy Sstlsfaduy'iugi Ik* "Stay SatisfactoryR&ngo I F H 2 H S -r—jtt I We have them in all Stylesand they neve.r wear out. We carry the most complete line of HARDWARE and FURNITURE in the Clearwater valley. Wellman-McRoberts Company. ! If your watch isn't giving you good j service try. us for betterment. F. I. T N. "If you are not using Princess flour you are not using the best." For Sale ,, . . ... . sawmillat a bargain, ^ ® £*■ Also 30 H. P. tractic gine, good as new—easy terms, SAMSON SNYDER, Two men wanted to help wood and drive team. Good wages. Applyto M. Carroll, 1 1-2 miles east of Oyotino. M »rtie. taojing themselve. in-| to Orofino Flour & Feed Store will please call and settle at once as we wish to close up our business as soon i as possible. F. L. FRAZIER. . Will Settle Business F. L. Frazier'T^TTo announce that he lias disposed of his Feed Sc Flour business to J. P. Harlan and Louis Soderberg, and that he, will collect all bS « ^'hle^ 0 hv b him^ " nd m ^ contracted by himself. Ca see Two Men Wanted split cord I Take Notice ! North Idaho Title Co. Capital Stock $25,000. ABSTRACTS of TITLE. Trusts, Insurance, Surety Maps and Plats Bonds i ROOM 8, BURNS BUILDING W. E. STODDARD UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER I Licenses: Idaho, No. 1; Washing ton No. 172. ! Orofino Idaho. Ice ! Ice ! Ice ! I am now prepared to furnish ice in quanti! i e s to all part ies wishing it. Call phone 544 Ingavort Hansen.