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Cl,EAR W \TER REPUBLICAN
Published every Thursday by
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Local lines, first insertion
Subsequent insertions
Special rates made known on application
Filtered March US, lilt'd, i s
el iss mail matter at the postoffice at
Q ofino, Idaho, under the Act of Con
gress of March 3, 1S71I.
L-rtlsinti
fifth
I
second
e
After carefully reading Senator
Borah's speech, delivered
Méridien, on the night of Septem
ber dOth, in which he declared
his attitude toward both President
Taft and Ex-President Roosevelt
and the people of the state ol
Idaho generally, we are
the opinion that the state of Idaho
cannot afford at this time to dis
with the services of thi:
Whatevei
at
at

the
1
ing
cent
Mr.
law,
that
fit
of
still nt
pense
brilliant statesman,
else he is, or threatens to be, hi.«
record for the last six years ha. 1
been for legislation looking to tin
betterment of the condition of th<
masses of his countrymen. Sen
ator Borah, like Brutus, may well
exclaim, "not that I love Caesai
less, but Rome more. 1
The first fair given by the coun
ty of Clearwater will take place
next Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday. The Fair officials have
striven with limited means ti
gather together a creditable exhi
bition of the county's resources
in grains, grasses, vegetables. &c.,
and an excellent showing will be
made along these lines,
amusement features have been
carefully looked after and a fine
program of sports arranged for.
Now on this occasion let the citi
zens of Orofino and Clearwatei
county strive to make this, out
initial fair a success in every par
ticular, so that those from the
outside may go away with the
best of feelings toward us and oui
little city. Boost the fair it boosts
your town.
C
ihat
Tht
A Masterful Team
George A. Day, state chairman
of the republican party, is admit
tedly one of the best executive
men in the state of Idaho and has
demonstrated extraordinary bus
iness ability in conducting the
state land department which was
virtually reconstructed under his
guidance during the administra
tion of Governor Gooding. He
is at present Commissioner ol
the department.
He came to Idaho in 1899
taught school in Cassia county
for a number of years, and
served three terms as representa
tive and senator the same county,
and is regarded as one of the
most aggressive party factors
and organizers in the state and
will more thoroughly cut..'.cat the
various factions than will, Tubt
less, any other man w'ihi ; the
party. He has an effective or
ganization perfected this early in
the campaign and stands on the
basis that all republican ;. i e
spective of any fanciful notion or
grievance they may entertain,
this year should stand wholly and
solely for the straight republican
ticket headed by president Taft.
George Day is a genial, forceful
and vigorous character and his
, j , . . i
leadership augurs for good.
Captain E. G. Davis, secret
of the state committee, was ur.
imously re-electeted and is cor. j
sidered one of the most eff'ricn
Le hm
workers in the party,
had the benefit of cons'bu,.'
!
experience in the active ca
paigns of the last four y» . a;
has the utmost confidence » f :
leaders and partyites.
graduate of West Point, wltciu
he was instructor, served during
the Phillipine campaign, and is
thoroughly trained in all the es
sential details that constitute har
monious and effective organiza
tion. He is a thorough Idahoan
and was born in this state in
He represented Oneida
-
lie is
1873.
county in the legislature the last
session, since that time he has j
resided in Boise in the practice of
faw. Capt. Davis is a man thor-|
departmental
been
He is a
oughly versed in
work and his services have
invaluable to tlit* party.
for every
conseioncious worker
thing pertaining to successful Re
.publican interests, is efficient, sy
tenmtic and bas a pleasing per
sonality that has made him friend:
in every portion of the state.
The headquarters of the
located on
state
tin'
committee are
fifth floor of the Empire building
nil the public generally is extend
I a hearty welcome and urgent
visit headquarters
e
invitation to
at any time, and Republicans in
articular should not overlook

the opportunity to do likewise.
Three-Year Homestead to be Revised
Owing to numerous complaints to the
1 ical United States land office concern
ing the three year homestead law,
cently enacted, Register T. II. Partiell
conferred with Senator Borah in a re
cent visit to Poise concerning amend
merits and revisions.
The cultivation clause, according h
Mr. Partlett, must be revised. The re
mainder of the lands in this territory
which can be taken up ns homesteads
cannot meet the requirements of thi
law, which states that lit) of every HR
acres taken as a homestead must In
cultivsted, with the qualifying clause
that if the secretary of the interior sees
fit the required area may be reduced.
A great portion of the lands that now
;ome under the homestead jurisdiction
cannot meet this requirement by virtue
of the topography and the heavy timbei
growth upon them.
Up to date there appears to be little
interest manifested by entrymen ii
making final proof under the new law.
re
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Clagstone On the Issues.
Mr. Clagstone denounced as abso
lutely unfounded the report that was
sent out from Poise that he had ac
cepted the progressive nomination.
"I cannot understand that report,"
said he. "I have never at any time said
ihat I would be the progressive eaudidate.
There was no foundation for any such
report."
Mr. Clagstone, in reiterating his re
fusal to accept the progressive nomina
tion for governor, said:
Hawley a Rcactionery
"A very peculiar political situation
exists in our state. Not only is the en
tire body of progressive democrats,
forming at least 50 per cent of that par
ty, unalterably opposed to the react
ionery methods of Governor Hawley,
but the entire body of farmers is up in arms
against his absurd taxation scheme,
which has driven investors and settlers
away from Idaho.
as
can
in
e
or
*' eon ass > stin K > n stocking Alder and
Reed creek's with fish,
j hou.d be given Mr. Lindgren for his
...latency in reorganizing the district.
Wells Bench
Mrs. Nellie Slocum and children left
for Wawawai Sunday.
Mrs. Frear and Mrs. Fitzsimmons vis
ited at Mrs. Sanders Sunday.
John Higgenbothems family moved
onto Fred Mooer's place Snturda -
where he has built a cabin.
Miss Edna Sanders arrived hoi.
Thursday, of last week from Sileott,
Washington, where she spent the sum
men.
Frost was noticed in several places in
this vicinity the first of the week, hut so
far no serious damage has been re
ported.
Whiskey Creek
Charley Scolcs was a caller at Twin
Spring ranch Sunday.
Mr. Dahlem returned from the har
vest fields Saturday night.
Mrs. Flogger of Spokane, is visiting
Mrs. W. Downey for a few weeks.
Mrs. H. Griffith, is hoarding the
teacher, being the nearest place to the
school house.
Mrs. Charley Lynch is staying with
her mother, Mrs. M. E. Scoles, while
Charlie is out harvesting.
E. J. Weseman returned from head
quarters Saturday night, where he had
School opened Monday m District
No. 8, with Miss Holland as teacher.
)' n scholars enrolled. Much credit
! t
is
in
909
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Confectionery
FRESH FRUITS
EMPIRE BRAND CANDIES
CIGARS and TOBACCO
SOFT DRINKS
HOLIDAY GOODS
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C. E. FRAZER, Prop
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For United dates Senator
William E. Borah
Rvpri sentabv.-i in Congres»
Burton L. French
Addison T. Smith
reme Court
George H. Stewart
Governor
John M. Haines
Lieutenant Governor
Herman H. Taylor
Justice Sup
r>a
Secretary of State
Wilfred L. Gifford
of
State Auditor
Fred L. Huston
State Treasurer
O. V. Allen
Attorney General
Joseph 11. Peterson
Supt. Public Instruction
Grace M. Shepherd
Inspector of Mines
Robert N. Bell
State Senator
Adams G. Johnson
State Representative
William M. Chandler
County Commissioner 1st District
Frank Harrison
County Commissioner 2nd District
Louis Sodcrberg
County Commissioner 3rd District
Eugene J. Sullivan
Sheriff
Jarrett Crabb
County Treasurer and Ex-Officio Puli
lie Administrator
Frank Marquette
Probate Judge
J. C. Bullock
Superintendent of Schools
E. Maud Mix
County Assessor and Ex-Officio Ta>
Collector
Samson Snyder
Prosecuting Attorney
Frank Elliot Smith
Surveyor
Robert B. Swadener
Coroner
George L. Wilfong
When your merchant tells you he has flour
as good as Princess he docs so because hi
can buy inferior flour much cheaper.
and
his
White Bronze
left
vis
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Last Forever
Never Crack or Tarnish
Have Raised Letters
Cheaper than Marble
For prices, etc, call on or write
W. M. Chandler
I. O. O. F. Building
OROFINO, IDAHO
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ADVERT IS! N G
Pays
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This is an undisputablc fact
inasmuch as Johnic Pool
said so. : : : : : :
Dixie Canon
Good business --For Suie or Trade i
For Ranch Property.
■i i.tr illy loenti: d in . j
Roll town 1 ; in Idaho I
for ranch. For full j
Box 747, Eik River, j
A good busini ss
o: 1 ■ of the 11 St I'a
I for sale or trad»
; pa-tieulars, adae
Idaho.
turd wheat flour.
Princess flour is
absolutely guarani
■d.
For Sale
Complete sawmJl at a bargain.
2Ü M. A.so 30 II. 1'. l action en
gine, good as new —ease terms.
SAMSON SNYDER.
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see
Notici' for Publication
u. s.
Department of the Interior.
Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho, August,
doth, 1U12.
Notice is hcrob
given that
JOHN C. COLWELL
of Pig Island, Idaho, who, on August,
..'Ith, 1909 made homestead entry No.
U2S10, for Wl-2 Nwl-I, Sei -4 Nwl-4 and
Nwl-4 Swl-4, Section 15, Township 41
N. Hange f>, H. II. Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make five year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Register and
Receiver, U. S. Land office at Lewis
ton, Idaho on the loth day of October
11112.
Claimant names as witnesses:
James II. Smith, Lon Bishop, Charles
Smith and George McKinnon all of
Orofino, Idaho.
T. II. PARTLETT, Register
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, Aug.
2.'!, 11)12.
Notice is hereby given that
CLEMENT P. ISRAEL
of Dent, Idaho, who on Sept. 2S, liiOii
made homestead entry No. 03057, for
S 1-2 Se 1-4, Nw 1-4 Sc 1-4 Section 7,
and Sw 1-4 Sw 1-4 Section 8, township
i8 N., range 3 F. B. Meridian has filed
notice of intention to make five year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Register and
Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Lewis
ton, Idaho, on the 7th day - of October,
1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William C. Starr and Andrew Nelson
both of Dent, Idaho, and Addison Alex
anderof Linden, Idaho and Pen Petrick
of Kendrick, Idaho.
T. H. BARTLETT, Register.
Notice For Publication.
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, August
7, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that
ALBERT MCAINTOSII
U. S.
of Ahsabka, Idaho, who on December
27, 1905, made homestead entry No.
11957, serial No. 01822 for Lot 13, and
Sc 1-4 Sw 1-4, section 2, township 39
north, range 1, E. P. Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final five
year proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before U. S.
Commissioner, at Orofino, Idaho on the
21st day of September, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William Dillow and Charles Lister of
Orofino, Idaho and Charles E. Tomiln
son and Frank Surprise, of Ahsabka,
Idaho.
hi
T. II. PARTLETT, Register.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, August
14th, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that
WILLIAM MAPES
Idaho
who
Teakean,
July 18th, 191(1, made homestead entry
No." 03215, for Lots 1, 2, 5 and 9, Section
), township 37 north, range 1 East Boise
Meridian, lias Filed notice of intention
to make five year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore J. W. Merrill, U. S. Commissioner,
at Orofino, Idaho, on the 28th day of
September, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Ed DeLano, of Ahsabka, Idaho, Edith
Kirby, of Peck, Idaho, Pates Snyder
and William Cary, Doth of Teakean,
Idaho.
of
on
T. II. PARTLETT, Register.
Forfeiture Notice
To Fred Voaeh and the heirs at law
of A. T. Spottswood, deceased, and
their administrators and assigns.
You : re hereby notified that I have
! expo "I d during the years 1909, 1910
nd F it, the sum of eleven hundeed
dollars in labor and improvements upon
the Black Lead group of quartz claims,
situate in Clearwater county, Idaho,
viz: The Iron Cap, recorded in hook
7 at age 598; the Copper Queen, re
cord 1 in book 7 at page 400; the Black
Lead, recorded in book 8 nt page 32
and t ■ Black Quartz Lead recorded in
book ' at page 40 of the mining records
of Civ. . water county, Idaho, in order
to hol< aid claims under the provisions
of sect n 2324 of the revised statutes
of the United States, and the amend
ment tl veto approved July 22, 1880,
concern'ug annunl labor upon mining
claims, 1 -in«' the amount required to
hold said ode claims for the period end
ing.Doce .her 31, 1911. And if within
ninety days from the personal service
of this i: tice or within ninety days
after the ublication thereof, you tail
or refuse to contribute your propor
tion of su. a expenditure, to-wit: four
hundred and fifty t$450i 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 re
quired expenditure by the terms of
said section,
apr 4
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L. F. WILLIAMS.
Notice I or Publication.
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, August
7th, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that
OAKEY J. JORDAN
of Eraser, Idaho, who, on October 10,
1!K)7, made homestead entry No. 12429,
serial No. 02190, for Se 1-4 Sw 1-4, sec
tion 9, Ne 1-4 Nw 1-4; w 1-2 No 1-4 sec
tion 7, township 35, range 3, E. P. Mer
idian, has filed notice of intention to
make final five year proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above described,
before U. K. Commissioner, at Orofino,
Idaho, on the 29th day of October, 1912,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles E. Long, Gipson Dorthy, II.
Eller, ail of Eraser, Idaho and Ed Ball
j j of Greer Idaho.
T 11. Partlett, Register.
U. S.
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Clearwater
Timber
Co.
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General Office, Orofino, Idaho
Buys White and Yellow Pine
7,
School
Supplies
S.
Owl Drug Co
No.
and
39
five
the
S.
the
of
FRED TROTZKEY
Jeweler and Engraver
Watch Repairing a Specialty
Full Line of Rodgers' 1847 Silver Ware
Next door to the White Pine Building.
S.
Idaho
Orofino
Hotel Orofino
be
of
Edith
on
Horace Noble, Proprietor
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, Oicfin 3, Idaho.
law
and
have
1910
upon
hook
re
Black
32
in
order
1880,
to
end
days
tail
four
be
re
of
GRAIN
Now that we have opened up the warehouse across the river,
are prepared to handle all your, hay, grain and produce. By bring
ing your produce to us you can get highest prices and save ferryage
we
Orofino Grain Co.
Frank Zelenka, Mgr.
Let us tell you about it
The
Moscow
Business
College
Money is Power
Attend our school and you will
be able to earn more money
S.
Third Floor
Cor Fourth and Main Sis.
Write for our free Bulletin
Notice for Publication
United States Land Office at Lewiston. Idaho.
September. 11. 1012.
Notice is hereby given that
JOHN WELCH
ofWeippo, Idaho, who,
homestead entry. No. OliftOtl, for Nwl-4 Nwl
Sec, 28 and NeI-4 Nol-14, See. I
N. Range 4, E R Meridian, has filed
intention to make three ye
(daim to the land above de
ister and Receiv
ton, Idaho,
May, 1st. 1000 , made
10, Township :if>,
lire of
proof, to establish
ibed, before Rcjj
U. S. Land Office, at Lewis
Bill day of Oetobt
111
IB12
Walter Vande
Claim:
Carr and Sey
mour Snyder, of Weippe, Idaho.
Clearwater Republican
COAL LANDS
I'roof made under Act of June 1 *. 1012
T. II. Hart left,
Register
Notice For Publication
Department of the Interior, V. s Land Office
at Lewiston. Idaho. September lllli, 1012
Notice is hereby given that
WALTER VANDEVENPER
f Weippe Idaho, wh
May 'Jlttli, 1000, made
t v. No. 02\ r if>4 for Nwl-4 Swl I and
nship :IT> N. Range 4.
. has filed notice of his intention
year proof, to establish claim to
described, Indore Rcirish r and
mid Gffiee at Lewiston Idaho,
ih, day of October, li) II».
homestead er
St 14 Nwl-4 S
E It. Meridia
to make ihn «
the land nhov
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vtio
M2; T
. U. S. I.Î
til
(Tai
S wit lies
s, Frank Harrison.
Fisher Carr,
of Weippe, Idaho.
Tearwat« 1 Republican
COAL LANDS
l'roof made under Act of June (J. 1012
• Snydt r and John Welch all
T. II. Hurtled.
Register

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