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A Mendelsshon Poem
♦ All eyes glance toward the well dressed man, as he ambles down the street; his hat and shoes are up-to-date, his outfit is complete. No hiss of scorn the ladies make, nor criticize his shirt; instead, they roll their eyes just so and with him try to flirt. Now if this man with lots of rags can act so deuced remote, why can't some crafty candidate rag out and win a vote? Watch this space next week we will give you another The White Pine Trading Co Not the Largest but the Fastest Growing Store in Clearwater County. Ordinance No. 66. (Annual Appropriation Bill—1912.) AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING CERTAIN SUMS OF MONEY NEC ESSARY TO DEFRAY ALL NECES SARY EXPENSES AND LIABILI TIES OF THE VILLAGE OF 0R0 Fim IDAHO, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING MAY 6, 1913, AND SPECIFYING THE OBJECTS AND PURPOSES FOR WHICH SAID AP PROPRIATIONS ARE MADE, RE SPECTIVELY. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CHAIR MAN AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF OROFINO, IDAHO: See. 1. That there is hereby app priated to defray the expenses of light ing the streets, alleys, thoroughfares and other public places in the Village of Orofino, Idaho, for the fiscal year ending May 6th, 1913, the sum of Five Hundred Fifty Dollars (1550.00) or so much thereof as may be necessary for the purposes aforesaid. Sec. 2. That there is hereby appro priated to defray the expenses of estab lishing, laying out, altering, opening, improving, repairing, grading, drain ing, and sprinkling the streets, alleys and thoroughfares of said Village of Orofino and constructing bridges, cross walks, culverts and sewers thereon, for the fiscal year ending May 6th, 1913, the sum of Two Hundred Twenty Dol lars (1220.00), or so much thereof ss m.iy be necessary for the purposes aforesaid. Sec. 3. That there ia hereby appro priated to defray the general municipal expenses of said village (exclusive of lighting and maintaining the streets) for the fiscal year ending May 6th, 1913, the sum of Eight Hundred Eighty Dol lars (5880.00), or so much thereof as may be necessary for said purposes. Sec. 4. That, pursuant to the provis ions of Ordinance No. 64 of said Village, passed by the Board of Trustees and approved by the Chairman thereof on the 14th day of June, 1912, there is hereby appropriated for the payment ot interest on the Municipal Improve *nt Bonds of said Village, issued on * 1st day of July, 1912, in the sum of MMWO.OO, liie SUm ? f Twelve Hundred j'o lars i( 5i2QO.OO>, sd much thereof ; .... niiiy oe necessary. 1 Sec. 5. That there is hereby appro priated for the payment and redemption of warrants ot the said Village of Oro fino, outstanding on the 7th day of May, liilli, and interest thereon, the sum of Four Hundred Forty Dollars ($440.001, : to lie applied to the redemption of said outstanding warrants in the order ot t' eir presentment and registration. See. 6. That tor the purpose ot rais ing the several amounts hereinabove appropriated, the Chairman and Clerk < i - this Board are hereby authorize.! : .d directed to certify, to the County _. isessor and Ex-officio Tax Collector ro me V'i Î ^' a, '"'ater County, in the State of * Percentage or number ot l 3 L 8 » n ™, h ™i 0 i 1 . a ^ Ü lÄ X * leV, h e i d ,0r al ' Milage purposes on the taxable proper t. within the limits of said Village, for the year 1912, viz: A total levy of '• nirty (30i mills on the dollar on' all taxable property within the corporate i mits of said village. _ Sec. 7. That the \ illage Treasurer and he hereby is, authorized and ■cted, upon receipt from the afore : aid Tax Collector ot the taxes herein above authorized and directed to be levied, or any part thereof, to appor t on the same among the several funds < i said Village in the following ratios, respectively, to-wit: For LIGHT FUND, Five (5) Mills, of t'.:e total levy of 30 mills; For STREET FUND, Two (2) Mills, of the total levy of 30 mills; For GFNÈRAL FUND, Eight (Si Mills, of the total levy of 30 mills; For BONDS, INTEREST & REDEMP TION FUND, Eleven (11) Mills, of the total levy of 30 mills; WARRANT Four (4) Mills, of the total .re REDEMPTION For FUND. levy of 30 mills; : nd shall hold the same in such funds, i espectively, subject to disbangjpent on order of this Board. Sec. 8. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its sage, approval and publication, as provided by law. DU PASSED by the Board of Trustees and approved by the Chairman thereof, this 26th day of August, A. D. 1912. SAMSON SNYDER, Chairman. (SEAL) ATTEST: H. L. WALRATH, Village Clerk. "If you are not using Princess flour you are not using the best." Real Estate Transfers For the week Ending Aug. 15, 1912. Furnished by Clearwater Abstract Co. James Aspoas, to Bank of Commerce, deed nl-2 nel-4 nl.2 nwl 4 see •» „art , ?.? V nl . Wl4 sec 22 P art , nw se *L2 nel-4 sel-4 sel-4, sec 15. el-2 nel-4 sec 21, n5-8 nl-2 nwl-4, sçç 23, ç 1-2 nwl-4, swl-4 nel-4 nwl-4 ; se H àec 5é and sw u nw M sec 14 1 . ... , ' I '"P - '**• n ' r *> e Nawoat Dairy Maohinsry. : A model creamery and farm dairy will he operated at the Spokane Inter state Fair, and visitors may see the newest dairy machinery In actual op elation every day during the week of sept. 30. J. M. Fairly to C. R. Fisk, lot 18, block 13, Orofino. John R. Becker to North Fork Lum ber Co. Same property. Eugenia Fairly to C. R. Fisk sl-2 lot 17, bloc6, Orofino and part 3d st. D. S. Cowgill to J. E. Griffith, deed lota 3 and 4, sl-2 nwl-4, sec 1, 39, 3 e. John Dingle to A. F. Duplisea etal deed, s3-8 nl-2 nel-4, nl-2 nwl-4 sec. 23, twp 35 4 e United States to John E. DeLane, pat. lots 5 and 6, sec 10, nl-2 ne 1-4 sec 15 twp 37, n r 1, E P. J. Zimmerman to A. C. Robertson, deed, lots 5 and 6, Wright and Small's addition to Orofino. Carl Thompson to John R. Becker, deed, all of lots 11 and 12 and part lot 3, sec 34, twp 38, 1 e 73 86 a. Clarence F. Grant to John J. Rupp, deed, lot 6, ne 1-4 sw 1-4, se 1-4 nw 1-4 sw ne 1-4, sec 6, twp 38, n r 3 e. "Princess Flour is the Best." Street Car Facilities. Many of the largest eastern fairs are handicapped by lack of street car fa duties, but Spokane is especially for ' lunate in having two double track car „ . y , „„ . 1,lu ' s t0 lts l ' ,,lr K r,>,lnd *- Tlle fnre is only 5 cents. #ml the ride takes only fifteen minutes. During Fair week, Sept. 30 to Oet. 6, each company will operate cars on a minute schedule— that Is. a ear leaves town once each Bion space at the Sisikane Interstate of of a regular part of Spoknlie's park sys tem and will tie looked after In the fu miuute during the busy hours. Sale of Concession Space. The nnnunl auction sale of conces Fair grounds will lie held at the Fair grounds on Aug. 20 of this year. At this sale all space for restaurants, candy stands and other privileges are sold to the highest bidder. Full par ticulars iuay tie secured by addressing Robert II. Cosgrove, secretary, Spo kaue. Improved Fair Grounds. The S[K)kane Fair grounds ore now ture by the Spokane park board. This means that they will tie greatly 1m proved and wilt present a beautiful ap pearanee this fall. Sept. 30 to Oct. 6. when the Nineteenth Annual iuter state Fair Is to he held. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sale of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. In the Probate Court of the County of Clearwater, State of Idaho. In the matter of the Estate of Henry Elmore Frey, deceased. Albert L. Harper, the administrator of the estate of Henry Elmore Frey, de filed in this court his ceased, having petition duly verified, praying for an order of sale, of all of the real estate of said Henry Elmore Frey, Deceased, for the purpose therein set forth It is therefore ordered that all per sons interested in the estate of said Henry Elmore Frey appear before the said Probate court on Thursday the 19th day of September, 1912, at the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M. of said day, at the court room of said court in the Village of Orofino, in the County of Clearwater and State of Idaho, then and there to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said administrator to sell all of the real estate of the said Henry Elmore Frey, deceased, and that a copy of this order be published at least four consecutive weeks in the Clearwater Republican, a newspaper printed and published in said county. The real estate hereinbefore referred described as follows , ' I 18, lot to is to-wi particularly The Northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter and the South half of the Southwest quarter of Section (Fourteen), and the Northeast quarter of the Northwest quarter of Sec tion Twenty-three (23) all in Township Thirty-six (36) North of Range Two (2) East, Boise Meridian, containing 160 acres more or less, according to the Government survey thereof. Dated this 14th day of August 1912. WILLIAM B. KINNE, ProbateJudge. Professional Cards Dr. J. M, FAIRLY Physician and Surgeon Office at residence Orofino Idaho W. M. CHANDLER I.nnd and Pension Agent Widows' Pensions a Specialty NOTARY PUBLIC I. O. O. F. Biiilding, Orofino, Idaho F. ELLIOTT SMITH Attorney-at-Law Real Estate Insu r a n c e fu ELK RIVER IDAHO DR. BRITAN DENTIST Office in the Burns Block. DR. THEO. BELETSKI Veterinarian Tel. Red 592 Orofino Idaho JOHN R. BECKER LAWYER Room 9, Burns Building. Orofino Idaho 6. W. J. HANNAH County Attorney Office Rooms, 19-20, Burns Bid. Orofino Idaho Robert B. Swadener County Surveyor U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Licened Land Surveyer for Idaho. General Engineering Surveying. County, City and Township Maps and Blueprints. TELEPHONE MAIN 66 and Office Room 1, Court Houae OROFINO IDAHO W. E. STODDARD UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER ^Licenses: Idaho, No. 1; Washing ton No. 172. Orofino Idaho. Ice ! Ice ! Ice ! I am now prepared to furnish ice in quantities to all parties wishing it. Call phone 544 Ingavort Hansen. The Monarch is King of Ranges MStiy Satlshomylufi Hm'S tay Satisfactory "Rangs 1 a B. j Yr i • ff! rife r&.MEZPJ g -y^er □ r§ SS! We have them in all Styles and they never wear out. We carry the most complete line of HARDWARE and FURNITURE in the Clearwater valley. Wellman-McRoberts Company. 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.