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OROFINO, IDAHO, THURSDAY, Dec. 12, 1912
NUMBER 38.
Conservative and Progressive
BANK OF OROFINO
Orofino, Idutio
T Condensed Statement of the Condition Nov. 26th, 1
L 1912. as made to the State Hank Commissioner ■*
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Loans, Securities, Etc. $55,491.7.;
Overdrafts 51.12
Furniture and Fixtures 3.3U2.48
Cash and Sicht Exchange 21,865 60
Total
Capital Stock
Surplus, Undivided Pr'its
Deposits
Other Liabilities
To* at .
$ 12 , 000.00
4,256.11
64,544.85
None
$80,800.96
$80,800.96
THE ABOVE STATEME
IT If CORRECT.
A. L. THIELE, cashier
Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
4 per Cent. Interest on Time Deposits.
Good Service
Orofino Feed Store
Carries a general stock of
Hay and Grain
Flour, Feed, Poultry Foods Grass and Garden seeds
Soderberg & JHarlori, Props
WHAT IS ADAMANTINE?
We had occasion to look up Webster the other day, and found that, under
"adamantine," he describes our abstracts of title. "Incapable of being broken,
dissolved, or penetrated," are the words he uses. In other words, tne entire
history of the property on which title is predicted is presented in the abstract.
Taxes, assessments, judgments, mortgages liens, it they exist, are spotted and
reported. Uncertainties of transfer are noted.
And if nothing unfavorable is reported, nothing unfavorable exists. Whatever
the truth is, Jhe abstract is; therefore, what it tefis cannot be broken, dissolved
or penetrated. ■ Only the experience, training scrupulous care, and the com
plete, accurate, systematic records possessed by us, make it possible to furnish
that kind of an abstract and do it every time. Nobody but a specialist knows
enough to give you the best service in this line. Come in and let us explain
more fully.
Clearwater Abstract Co.
Bonded Abstractors.
Orofino, Idaho.
Xmas Suggestions !
For Her— Watches, Bracelets, Hand Bags,
Jewel Cases, Cut Glass, Manicure Set, Toilet Sets
Lockets, Chains, Necklaces, Designed Wood,
Books, Post Card Albums, Silver Ware, Mirrors,
Fancy Stationary.
For Him —Razor, Gillette Auto Strop, Krus
ius, Shaving Sets, Collar Boxes, Watches, Charms,
and Chains, Cuff Links, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco
Jars, Books, Brushes, Knives and Scarf Pins.
For Boys— Horses, Drums, Banks, Rocking
Horses, Carts Black boards, Books, Games, Auto
matic Toys, Electric Railways and Spring Rail
ways.
For Girls —Dolls, Trunks, Go Carts, Cradles
Beds, Chairs, Dressers, Washing Outfits, Dishes,
Books, Work boxes, Black boards, Games, Toy
Pianos, Brooms, &c.
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AFFLECK, A DRUGGIST.
AT Ÿ E SIGN of Y E RED GLOBE
DR. THEO. BELETSKI
La Forest
Veterinarian
Will tell you all about the
Oregon Nursery Company,
Orenco, Oregon, also all about
his Indian Runner DUCKS.
Tel. Red 592
Orofino
Idaho
Death of A. H. Heath.
Albert H. Heath, a veteran of the
civil war, died at the home of Joseph
Kauffman in Orofino last Friday the 6th
instant, and was buried Sunday after
noon, Kev. J. H. Hart conducting the
funeral services at the M. E. church.
Deceased was born in the state of
Maine, March 10, 1822.
came west and settled in Minnesota
where he lived until after the civil war,
serving in Co. A, 8{h Minn. Infantry
during the war. After the war he
moved to Oregon and took up a home
stead in the Santiamicountry wherp he
lived for a number of years and from
there he moved to.the Palouse
try. For the last fifteen years he. has
lived with his son-in-law Josepft Kauff
man, county auditor of this county.
The deceased leaves four daughters,
Mrs. Joseph Kauffman, Mrs Walter
Leachman and Mrs. Pearl J. Heath of
Orofino, and Mrs N. C. Bicknell of
Natchez, Washington.
R.
A.
Mr. Heath
coun
Methodist Episcopal Church.
The usual services will be held in the
local church next Sunday morning ser
vices at 11 o'clock; evening at 7:30.
Special attention is called to the Sunday
School session, which meets at 10 A. M.
On Sunday evening, December 22nd,
the choir of the Methodist church will
render a service of story and song, en
titled, "In Quest of the King." Don't
forget this event; keep the date open.
The Rev. Percey Haines who last fall
gave an interesting account of his
European travels, will deliver another
of his illustrated lectures in the Metho
dist church next Wednesday evening,
at eight o'clock. In preparing his lec
ture Mr. Harnes has had in mind the in
tense interest taken in the Balkan Situ
ation and his slides will deal chiefly
with the nations now fighting u war of
independence against the "Terrible
Turk." Tickets for the lecture mav be
had from any member of the Sunday
School Board.
and
Real Estate Transfers
For the week Ending Aug. 15, 1912.
Furnished by
Clearwater Abstract Co. ^
Lewis F. Zimmerman to Jno. H.
Noftsger et al, deed lot 4, block 1, Days
Addition. .
United States to James E. Smith, pat
ent lots 5 6, and Ne Sw Section 3, 39, 2
east.
John Lewis W. B. Kinne deed, un
divided 1-2 lot 4, section 32, lots 8, 10,
Ne Sw,^3w Sw, section 33. twp 41, R. 5,
east.
Jessie W. Merrill to Oroffno Timber
Company, deed nw nw section 35, 37, 2
east.
W. S. FarquHpr to William II. Con
ner deed N 1-2 and Svfc.1-4, sec 23, and
Ne 1-4 section 22, twp 38, n r 1 west.
Lewis Soderberg to Mjihael F. Tobin
deed, lots 19, 20, 21, 22, A 24, in block
10, Orofino. i
Guy A. Young to Amy McKinnbi\?
al deed S 1-2 se ne se section 31( 41, 3,
cast, n 1-2 se 1-4 section 31, 38, 5,
and the s 1-2 se 1-4 9, 40 2 east.
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eaast
Notice of Stockholder's An
nual Meeting.
<4.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
the Annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Bank of Orofino, a corporation,
will be held at the office of the said cor
poration in the Village of Orofino,
State of Idaho, on Tuesday, the 14th
day of January, A. D. 1913, at the hour
of three o'clock in the afternoon of the
said day, for the purpose of electing
members of the Board of Directors of
said corporation for the ensuing year,
and for the transaction of all other bus
inefs that may properly come before
such meeting.
Dated at Orofino, Idaho, this 11th day
of December, A. D. 1912.
the
A. L. THIELE,
Secretary.
When your merchant tells you he has flour
as good as Princess he does so because he
can buy inferior flour much cheaper.
K. of P's Elect Officers.
The K. of P. Lodge of Orofino met
last Saturday and elected the following
officers:
C. C., A. F. McCollum; V. C., R. A.
Compfon; Prelate, Geo. Moody; K. of j K
R. & S., George Licurance; M. of A.,
A. C. Robinson; M. of F„ King Mooers;
M. of E„ Fred Trotzkey; I. G., O. H. j
Holmberg; O. G., J. T. Molloy; M. of
W., Joseph Kauffman; Trustee, K. G.
Osterhaut.
at
Orofino 41, Lapwai 7.
Saturday night witnessed the
open
ing game of the Basket Ball season in
Orofino. The contesting teams
Fort Lapwai and the locals, and the
score resulted 41 to 7 in favor of the
home team. -m visitors were a nice
set of boys, and played clean hall hut
were clearly out classed and
beaten.
were
easily
Those taking part for Orofino
were: Wilt'ong, Lanphearc, Bartlette,
Kinne and Dumont; for Lapwai, Foot,
Richmond, Foot, Dugdaleand Whooley.
School Notes.
The basket-ball boys go to Kamiah
Saturday. Their hopes are high.
Christmas vacation begins on the 21st
day of December and ends January 6th,
After Saturday night's game the So
cial Committee of the L. & I). Club
tertained the players, with good game
and an excellent lunch. In fact,
the latter one boy became so enthusi
astic that he said: "They have as good
cooks here as basket-ball players, M
which means considerable from a boy.
on
en
s
Road Election, District No. 8.
Quite a spirited road election
held last Saturday in District No. 8.
The contest rbsulted in the selection of
W. R. Hawkins, over H. Akin,his oppo
nent, by a vote of 23 to 15.
represents approximately the entire
electorate of the district and shows the
intense interest taken in the matter.
was
This vote
Good Business—For Sale or Trade
For Ranch Property.
A good business, centrally located in
one of the best Pay Roll towns in Idaho
for sale or trade for ranch. For full
particulars, address Box 747, Elk River,
Idaho.
For Sale
Complete sawmill at a bargain. Ca
pacity 20 M. Also 30 H. P. traction
gine, good as new—easy terms.
SAMSON SNYDER.
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Local News
"If you are nor using Princess flour
are not using the best."
you
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Editor Crow visited the Fat Stock
Show in Lewiston Wednesday.
W. A. Wellman attended the Fat
Stock Show in Lewiston ihis week.
J. C. and J. G. Bullock attended the
Fat Stock Show in
week.
Lewiston this
United States Commissioner Merrill
visited Lewiston Wednesday on official
business.
B. H. Powell and wife were attend
ants at the Fat Stock Show in Lewiston
this week.
Dr. Givens and George Shrieves at
tended the Fat Stock Show in Lewiston j
Wednesday " I
I
J. Shannon Hogue, our genial under -1
taker, attended the Fat Stock Show in
Lewiston this week.
«... « . «
hllis Small and Frank Edmonson at
tended the Fat Stock Show in Lewiston !
Wednesday and Thursday.
FOR SALE—County maps, $1.00 each,
showing Clearwater and adjoining
counties. Address, Swadener, Survey
or, Orofino, Idaho.
Harry Walrath visited the Fat Stock
Show in Lewiston this week and inci
dentally issued dope bearing on the
Clearwater country.
Theadore Fohl attended the meeting
of the Northwest Fire Protective Asso
ciations in Spokane this week, return
ing home - Wednesday.
G. D. Taylor, one of the inmates of
the state institution died Tuesday and
his remains were shipp
Washington, today for b
ed to Garfield,
urial.
I Iu- Masonic
at present,
was'inducted iitto the
Lodge is getting busy
Last night Frank Jones
mysteries of the
second degree and other apprentices
will be admitted soon.
Mrs. George Alteneder was a passen
j K er for Moscow Wednesday morning,
"'^cre she will attend a meeting of the
hint's church, to he held there this
j week -
There will he
a mother's meeting
held in the Christian church, Thursday,
at 2 p. m. by Mrs. Weseman,
tendent of that department of the W.
C. T. U.
superin
All ladies invited to attend.
G. F. Hardy, who sold the Cottage
Hotel and moved to Springfield, Mis
souri, has changed his residence to
Weauhleau, Missouri,
friend here that if he were back hero
he would stay.
Mrs. W. E. Harmon and sMi Warren,
of Oakesdale, Washington, came down
Saturday to look after real estate inter
ests in Orofino, returning home Mon
day. She says that Mr. Harmon's
health is much improved since going to
Oaksdale.
Monday John Wells bought, a twenty
months old steer from Fred Freundt,
of Ahsahka, that tipped the scales at 1155
pounds after being tied up all night.
The animal was in fine condition and
will be killed and served for Christmas
roasts by the Palace Market.
W. M. Chandler, our member-elect
to the legislature, made a visit to Peck,
Monday. He reports that the people
of that section want the game and dairy
laws amended. They also want annex
ation to Clearwater - county and State
aid for a bridge across the Clearwater
at that point.
The protracted meeting conducted by ,
the Reverend Taylor, at the Christian
church, is progressing nicely and much
interest is^ being shown. Four addi
tions have been made to the church
and prospects seem good for
Remember the pastor will preach from
any text proposed by anyone of his au
ditors and will answer all queries pro
pounded.
Workmen arc busy this week build
ing a town hall 24 X 40, north of the
Orofino Trading Co's store at the south
end of the Johnson Avenue bridge on
Oro Fino creek. When completed the
building will be used a place for the
council to meet and as headquarters for
the water department and fire com
pany.
He writes a
more.
Frank Harrison, commissioner-elect
from the First district, visiied Orofino
Monday on business connected with
his future official duties. Mr. Harrison
will visit Boise on the 17th of the pres
ent month and attend the meeting of
the State Tax Commission, scheduled
to meet on that date. Various matters
of interest to the taxpayer will be dis
cussed and much valuable information
for the enlightenment of the county
boards is supposed to be on tapis, as a
result of the' Tax Commission's labors
during the past year.
Report of the Condition of
BANK of OROFINO
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
At Orofino, in the State of Idaho, at the
close of business, November 26th, 1912.
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts
$42.335 27
51 12
13.156 49
3.382 48
15,443 48
2£ 00
6.396 12
$80.800 96
Bonds, warrants and other securities
Furniture and fixtures
Due from Banks
j Checks and other Cash Items
I Cash on hand, lawful U. S. Money *
I Total
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LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
Surplus Fund
$12.000 00
600 00
Undivided Profits, less expenses and
taxes paid
! '»dividual deposits subject to check
3.656 11
56.662 19
586 97
6.731 94
563 75
Non e
$80.800 90
Certified checks
Liabilities other than above stated
Total
STATE OF IDAHO
County of Clearwater
I, A. L. Thiele, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
A. L. THIELE, Cashier
Correct, Attest: W. B. KINNE, Director
THEO. FOHL, Director
Subscribed and sworn to before
ISealP^ 8 I*** 1 day °* December, 1912.
L J JOHN R. BECKER,
Notary Public.
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