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Clearwater Republican. [volume] (Orofino, Idaho) 1912-1922, September 19, 1912, Image 5

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All summer goods to go at sacrifice prices
Ciivc us a chance on your Harvest Bill
A carload of Late Crawford and Muer Beach
es will arrive Aug. 26. Leave us your order
One Fourth off on all Men'
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BUSTER BROWN SHOES
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Are made of extra stout leather and
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SHOES
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For Boys—For Girls.
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Orofino Trading Company
T he Biggest Store in Clearwater County.
SB
Real Estate Transfers
For the week Ending Aug. 15, 1 <>12.
Furnished by
Clearwater Abstract Co.
W. M. I'rost to Morgan Thomas,
1-4 ne 1-4 and lois 1 and 2, sec 8, 87, 1 e.
Sutton and Hall to J. C. Frafton, e 1-2
ne 1-4, sw 1-4 ne 1-4, so 1-4 nw 1-4, 2t,
87, 1 w.
sw
•I. L. Chapman, adm to Minnie Mois
•»tor, se 1-4 nw 1-4, sw 1-4 ne 1-4, lots 1
and 4, 30, 38, 2 e.
Thomas ,I. George to John J. Rupp,
w 1-2 nc 1-4, see 7, sw 1-4 se 1-4, se 1-i
sw 1-4, (i, 38, 3 e.
Same, c 1-2 nw 1-4 and e 1-2 sw 1-4, 88,
38, 3 e.
Same, n 1-2 nw 1-4, se 1-4 nw 1-4,
1-4 sw 1-4, 1(1, 38, 3 e.
Km melt J. Gemmell to Potlatch I,hr.
Co, sw 1-4 sec 32, 41, 3 e.
W. G. VanKuren to Ladd and Tilton
Bank c 1-2 nw 1-4, ne 1-4 sw 1-4, inv 1-4
se 1-4, 30, 41, 3 e. s 1-2 sw 1-4, nw 1-4
sw 1-4, sw 1-4 nw i-4, 13, 38, 1 e.
John C. McKinne, nc 1-4, 10 acres of
lut 2, 2, 37, 1 w.
ne
When your merchant tells you he
has flour as good as Princess he does
so because he can buy inferior flour
much cheaper.
Notice.
on on.
Department of the Interior, United .States Land Office.
Notice is hereby given that the State of Idaho on the 1 Bill day of September,
1911, tilled in this office a list of lands No. 0410(5, selected by its State Board of '
Land Commissioners for indemnity purposes under Section No. 4, Act of July {
3rd, 1890, as follows:
PART OF SECTION
SECTION T'VVP. RANGE
LOTS 3 and 4
LOTS 3 and 4, S 1-2 Nw 1-4 and Nw 1-4 Sw 1-4
LOTS 1 and 2, S 1-2 Nc 1-4, and Nc 1-4 Sc 1-4
LOTS 1, 2 and 3
2
4
41 N.
41 N.
5
4 E.
30
f. E.
Copies thereof by descriptive sub-divisions have been posted, in this office
for.inspection by any person interested, and the public generally.
Within the next sixty days from the date of the first publication hereof,
protests or contests, against the claim of the State to the tracts, or suit-divisions
herein described, on tile ground that the same is MORE VALUABI,K EOF MIN
KRAI, than for other purposes, will he received and noted lor report to the
General Land Office at Washington, D. ('.
Knilure to protest, or contest the claim of the State within the time specified
will he considered sufficient evidence of its non mineral character, and the se
lection being otherwise free from objection, will bo recommended for approval, j'
T. Ii. BAR'TLFTT, Register. "
B. C. HARBOR, Receiver.
04107
Department of the Interior United States Land Office 1
Notice is hereby given lltat the State of Idaho on the 18th day of September,
1'JI 1, filed in this office a list of lands No. 04107, selected by its State Hoard of
Land Commissioners for indemnity purposes under Section No. I, Arl of July
Hrd, 1890, ns follows: |
First Publication, September 12, 1912.
Last Publication Oetopcr 10, 1012.
Clearwater Republican. NON COAL LANDS.
Notice.
Part of Section
Section
Township
Range
Lots I, 2, 3, and 4, Sl-2 Nel-4, Sl-2 Nwl-4
El-2 Swl-4 and Sel-4
Eot 1
i
41 N.
5 E
Copies thereof by descriptive sub-divisions gave been posted in this office
for inspection by any person interested and by the public generally.
Within the next sixty days from Ihe date of the first publication hereof,
protests or contests, against the claim of the State tracts, or sub-divisions here
in described, on the ground that the same is more valuable for mineral than for
other purposes, will be received and noted for report to Ute General Land
Office at Washington 1). C.
Failure to protest, or contest the claim of the state within the time speci
fied, will he considered sufficient evidence of its non-mineral character, and
the selection being otherwise free from objection, will be recommended for
approval.
First Publication Sept. 12, 1912,
Last Oct. 10, 1912
T. II. BARTLETT, Register
B. C. BARBOUR, Receiver
NON-COAL LANDS
Clearwater Republican
Princess flour is a li.trd wheat flour, abso
lutely guaranteed.
When your merchant tells you lie
has f finir as good is Princess he does
so because he can buy inferior flour
much cheaper.
Kightv acre farm well
improved, 18 acres orchard in beariim;
FOR SALK.
Price *00.(10 per acre",
M- Chandler, Orofino, Idaho.
convenient to school and postoffiec.
Kasy terms. VV.
The CLEARWATER
September
23 - 24 - 25-1912
Fair
- CLARKSTON FAIR
And •
Blow In
For the Annual
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LEWISTON
INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION
October 7 to 12, 1912
Six Days of Entertainment and En
lightenment. Six Nights of Fun
The Parker Carnival Shows Exhibit
In Lewiston
SB
Notice.
„ , 01104 I
Department of the interior, United States I.and Office
>, U v, N , lier, by; given that the Slate of Idaho on the I2lh day of September
' • ln *' u s ottiee a list ol lands No. 0 i 1(1-1, selected by ils Slate Hoard of
V 1 '," 1 , «»"hnixsiouors lor indemnity purposes under Soeiioil No. I, Act of .July i
3rd, 1890 as iollowf:
Part of Section
Section
Township Range
Nl-2 Swl-4, Nl-2 Sel l, Sl-2Se1-4
Sw 1 -4 Nel-4, Sei -4 Nwl-4, Nel-4 Swl-4, Nl-2 Sel-4
Sei -4 Sel-4
Nel-4
18
14
24
f. K
41 N
Copies thereof by descriptive sub-divisions have been nosled in Ibis office
ior inspection by any person interested, and the public generally.
w ilhiti the next sixty days Iront the date of lie first publication hereof,
protests or contests, against tile claim of the State to Hie tracts, or sub-divisions
nut cm (lusmlK'd, on thr ground that tho siime is mon» vnlu.iblt* Vor minora)
Ulan tor other purposes, will be received and noted for report to the General
Land (mice at Washington I). I).
l' ai I ii re to protest, or contest the claim of the Stale within the lime specified,
will be considered sullicicnl evidence of its non-mineral chanmter, and the
u 'ing nthiTwisp livi* Iron) objection will hu recommended for approval.
urst Buhluation Sept. 11 », 11 ) 11 » T. II. BAUTLKTT, Register
• l/lst 1 nblioiition Oct. 10, 1012 H. (\ HARBOR, 'Receiver
(.-lenrwater Republican
NON-COM. LANDS
Notice.
Tx on or.
Department of the Interior, United States Land Office
,, , , N ,!?, (i< ', ( \ is hereby given that the State of Idaho on the lath day of September,
j.m, filed m this otfice a list of lands No. 04lfX>, selected by its Slide Board of
Land Commissioners for indemnity purposes urn 1er Section Nc. 4, Act of July
3rd, 1SIHI, ns follows:
Bart of'Section
Net-4, Nel-I Nwt-t, Si-2 Nwl-4, Swl-4
Nel-4 and Nel-4 Nwl-4
Section Township Range
>0
41 N.
30
5 K.
Copies thereol by descriptive sub-divisions have been posted in this office
lor inspection by any person interested, and the public generally.
\\ ithin the next sixty days Irom tin* d ite ol the first publication hereof,
protests or contests, against the claim of the State to the tracts, or sub-divisions
' lorcl n desenoed, on the ground that the same is more vaiuable for mineral
{ 0**01 tor other purposes, will be received and noted for report to the General
Land Othce at Washington, 1). C.
Endure to protest, or contest the claim of State within the time specified,
willl be considered sufficient evidence of its non-mineral character, and the
selection being otherwise free from objection, will be recommended for
approval.
First Publication, Sept. 12, 1912
Last Publication, Oct. 10, 1912
Clearwater Republican
T. il. BARTLETT, Register
B. C. HARBOR, Receiver
NON-COAL LANDS
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Department Ol tile Interior, United StiltCS Land Office
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! • ; 'l 1 ' ''A.F'ven Ilia lie Stale ol Idaho on the 18th day ol September,
111 ! ,:i ° . Is * 1,1 ! .V' 1 ! * s **4IUS, selected by its Stale Board of
•.! 1 *.LJ,V 1 1 ^* 11 *. 1 ol lm '<-' mnl, y I'ui'poscs under Section No. 4, Act of July
j' 111 ' ,X ' ils ° lovvs:
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Notice.
l'art of Section
Set-1 Nwl-4, Nel-4 Swl-4 and Nl-2 Sel-4
Copies thereof by descriptive sub-divisions have been posted in this office
lor inspection by any person interested, and the pub ic generally.
\\ ithin the next sixty days from the dnte of the first publication hereof,*
protests or contests, against the claim of the State to the tracts, or sub-divisions
heroin described, on (lie ground that the same is more valuable for mineral
than for other purposes, will be received and noted lor report to the General
Land at Washington, I). C.
1 win Do'i-ôn^uK^gY^îin^::^
approval l,1 * ul "' sc 1,11 * mm objection, will be recommended tor
of First Publication Si nt l'> pip'
Last Publication);' Oct HM'IP'
| ' ' ClearWatcr Republican
Section Township Range
5 E
41 N.
80
T. II. BARTLii'l'T, Register
B. ('. HARBOR, Receiver
NON-COAL LANDS
Orofino Feed Store
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Carries a general stock of
H a y and G r a i n
Hour, Feed, Poultry Foods Crass and Carden seeds
Soderberg & Harlon, Props
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The Merrill House
./. IF. MERRILL,
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Commodious Sample' Rooms
New House, Clean Rooms
Everything new and uptodate
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CLEARWATER LIVERY & FEED STABLE
Good Saddle Horses Always on Hand
The finest of teams and the most experienced
drivers can be obtained at all times. The best
to put ip) your team win n in Orofino
place
DUNLAP & MOORES, PROPRIETORS
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Home Restaurant
Small & Brcckenridgc, Props
First Class Management
Givens a Trial
Idaho
Orofino
REALLY, I A M SURPRISED
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that you haven't seen my several
hundred beautiful cloth samples.
Compared with garments made I.
others, the ones i sell are worth
more than Tbit cents on the dollar
Do not order your clothes in a hurry
oral Iho first simp you get into, but
go around and investigate win re
you can get tlte best for your money.
People who do this invariably le e, >
their money with me. Every gar
ment made to the measurement of
the individual.
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Chas. Noble
Mr. Fruitgrower
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Don't buy vour uocs. rv stock from the first stranger that comes
along. Don't be afr.ml that it is your last chance to have your
order taken for
□LAFORESTD
is going to call on you as sure as sin and he represents one of
the largest and best nurseries in the great Pacific northwest—
The Oregon Nursery Company, Orenoco, Oregon
Guarantees every tree and shrub,
goods in every respect.
Clearwater county, f
gets his mail at Orofino, Idaho.
True to name and A. No. 1
P. S.—You know Enforest, be lives in
lie also raises Indian Runner Ducks, lie
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\ hc COTTAGE HOTEL
C! . I'. It ur cl y , Proprietor
Good Service, Everything New, First-Class and Up-to-Date
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