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OROFINO, IDAHO, THURSDAY, Dec. 19, 1912 NUMBER 39. Cor a;vc and I'ro; iv BANK OF OROFINO Oi-ofino, Idaho I Condensed Statement of the Condition Nov. '.'Gth, 1 1J112. as made lo llio Slate Hank Commissioner -I LEIOURCES L1AMLITIES Loans, S<*p Ovf*rclr«ris Fiirnitu (.':ish nn lies, Kic. $",.•!!> 1 ■■ '' îpital Stock Surplus. Undivided 1'r'its Deposits Other Liabilities Total ♦t'j.ooo.on 5 *. I 4.256.11 amt Pi 3, 392.4« t.H'ir, no 11 os (»4,1)44.80 None cghl ! h:m $; M.SOO.Htf 980.K00.9tf THE A B O ' E ST AT EM F N T i -, CORRECT. A !.. THIELE. CASHIER Safe Deposit B.res Fo; Rent. i per Cent. Interest Time Deposits. Good Service aras t Orofino Feed Store Carries a general stock of Hay and Grain Flour, Feed, Poultry Foods Grass and Garden seeds Soderberg & Harlon, 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, the entire history ot the property on which title is predicted is presented in the abstract. taxes, assessments, judgments, mortgages liens, if they exist, are spotted and reported. Uncertainties ot transfer are noted. .And if nothing unfavorable is reported, nothing unfavorable exists. Whatever the truth is, the abstract is; therefore, what it tells 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 hut a specialist knows mtn-e fuMy glVe y ° U tHe beSt servicc ln this line - Come in and let us explain 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, Pianos, Brooms, &c. Toy AFFLECK, ADRUGGIST. AT Y p S!CN of V RED GLOBE DR. THEO. BELETSK. Idaho Veterinarian Tel. Red 592 Orofino La F 0 r e g ± Will tell you all about the Oregon Nursery Company, Orenco, Oregon, also all about his Indian Runner DUCKS. Some Bridge Details. Dimensions, eto. The contract for a bridge across the I Clearwater at Orofino, calls for a struct j n ure 480 feet |ong and 10 feet wide the dear The bridge will rest on five ! concrete piers, and it will he twenty one feet above low water, and ten feet above high water mark. $18,150. without approaches, and cost ot plans and supervising engineer has been fixed at »1,815.1 of which amount »907.50 has already been paid to tli gineer. The approaches to the bridge will cost »1,500. oidered by the engneer in writing, are to be paid for by the county. Payment for the work will be lt will cost O Oil Extras as or more. in two instal ments—one-half when all of the mate rials are on the ground, and the other half of the contract price, and all extra charges, are to he paid within ten day after the work is done and the bridge accepted by the county hoard. s Basket Ball at Kamiah. Kamiah 14, Orofino 18. Last Saturday night at Kamiah 'the Orofino High School Boys won the basket ball game from the Kamiah hoys by a score of 18 to 14. To say that the game was interesting puts it mildly. The first half ended with the score 10 to 3 in favor of Kamiah, though the Orofino team had the ball three-fourths of the time in their territory. During this half Orofino's forwards could not find the basket. In the second half Herbert Bartlett went it as forward in Kinne's plaça, Kinne going in in Wil fong's as guard. From the beginning of this half the Orofino team led Kam iah's a merry chase. The half ended with Orofino having added 15 Kamiah 4 to their scores. The individual score and the lineup was as follows: Orofino. Dermott and Kamiah. F Doty Davis G Matlock Johnstone C Rcnshaw Field baskets: Kamiah, Doty 1, Ren shaw 4; Orofino, Dermott 4, Kinne 1, Lanphier 1, H. Bartlett 2. Free thows: for Kamiah, Renshaw 4; for Orofino, Kinne 1, Dermott 1. The Kamiah team will come to Oro fino Saturday and an interesting test is promised. Kinne-H. Bartlett F Wilfong-Kinne Floyd Bartlett Lanphiut' G con Jack Abbott Meets With Accident. Last Thursday "Jack" Abbott met He was com ing to Orofino, from his former home below Ahsahka, and when on the road leading up to the public highway, his wagon turned over, catching hin by the right ankle and pinning him down that he could not esape. Mr. Abbott was alone at the tinio, and it was two hours before his cries for help attracted attention and neighbors came and re leased him from the perilous situation. He was brought to his home in Orofino, where he is resting as comforably as he can under the circumstances. Mr. Abbott thinks one of the bones of his leg is fractured, but he is not under the care of a physician. with a serious accident. su Real Estate Transfers For the week Ending Aug. 15, 1912. Furnished by Clearwater Abstract Co. N. R. Hill to Ollie Johnson, deed, SW 1-4 of SE 1-4, Sec. 9, Twp. 35 N., R. 3 E. Eugene Cliford to same, part NW 1-4 of SE 1-4 15, 35 N, 4 E. U. S. to Francis Devereaux, Lots 3 & 4 secaion 1, 36, 2 E., and E 1-2 SW 1-4 section 3(5, 37, 2 E, Patent. ' George M. Holladay to Julia L. Ford, deed, W 1-2 SW 1-4 scctiou 13, 37, 1 W. Carrie C. Hibbs, to Grace M. Blake, deed, Lots 4 & 5, Blk 14, Day's Add. John J. Rupp to Luther Holland, deed, N 1-2 NW 1-4, SE 1-4 NW 1-4 and Sw 1-4 NE 1-4 section 36, 39, 2 E. When your merchant tells you he has flour a« Rood as Princess he does so because- he an buy inferior flour much cheaper. ! Railroad Work Begins. | Wednesday morning i Portland Cement t' \ be the Orofino gradin«; enot to Twentv n I;', i 011 ,,u ' S P UI- W-adln.r from the tho site ot tho cement plant. teams are working and the grade will completed as fast as possible, and the rails haid as soon as the ties ran ho de livered. As soon as the track is laid the sand, cement, lumber, iron, and machinery to he used in the erection of the plant, will he assembled and the work crowed until done. Local News came up <J. B. Dickson and son, of Gilbert, were trading in Orofino Friday. Ihe Loseth orchestra will furnish the music for the Christmas dance. Frank Zelenka returned from Ne braska last night. ^ 1\ if»- E. Snyder of Lewiston, 1 uesday on business. masquerade Sunday and swapped yarns with us for awhile. Milo L. George and John It. Peckl.am of Fraser, were county seat visitors Saturday. Ira H. Stalnaker and Roy Walker of I Ahrahka, were callers at this office Saturdav , y ' 1 Mrs. W. T. Bennell and Mrs. Charles j Fisher left Sunday morning for a short j visit in Spokane. .. a I maker of wooden | spoons, was selling his wares in the country last week. Ole Storholt, Ray M. Dunnett, Secretary of the Orofino Portland Cement Co., arrived from Spokane Monday. Tony Lassley of Dent, made final homestead proof betöre U. S. Commis sioner Merrill, last Saturdty. Rev. J. E. Mountain, Pastor of the M. E. church at Fraser, was a caller at the Republican office this morning. W. E. Daggett of the state land de partment, was in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday, on business of the depart ment. County Commissioners Blake, Wood and Harper, and commissioner-elect Harrison, attended the convention of commissioners at Boise, this week. Charley Sherman came up from Lew ton Sunday, and went out to the woods Monday with Ed. Hansen in search of venison for their Christmas dinners. He savs the shape of the hog's milt this fa.Vin aicates that this will he a mlid winter. ; The Masons had work last ni<>h( out- ! finer ithrpf>pnniiirLi<i.c n ii n "i tinglt.ree cand.dates-O. IL Ilolmbcrg, I L. O. I orttors and R. B. Swadener, through the first degree. Lunch was j served after the work. Last Sunday Fred J. Mooers had the i misfortune to cut three of his toes al- j most off while cutting brush. Dr. J. M. Famly went out and dressed the wound and left the injured member in as good condition as possile. Jim Sanders, the sage of Wells' bench, killed hogs lakt week. Wm. Bush of the Gold Creek Mining Co., came out from camp Monday and left for Spokane Tuesday. He reports ten inches of snow at the mine. He will return in the eary spring to resume operations: Henry Raymond Bradish, son of Mr. p p,.„,|:..u .„,i u .r, , ' Lhas. h. Btadish, arrived here Tuesdry tor a visit with his father. Henry came from Vancouver, B. C. to Orofino, and I. says if Ouofino contnues to grow it will 1 be in the class with Vancouver soon. j Mrs. A. E. Holmberg departed Sun day morning for Chicago, going Ogden, Salt Lake and Denver. Holmberg will join his wife in Chicago in February, and they will return home in March, coming by the southern route and stopping off at New Orleans, Phoe nix, Los Angeles and other points in the "Land of sunsihne." Mr. and Mrs ? I L via. ,, Mr Holinberg are among the first settlers in the present village of Orofino, Mr. Holmberg coming to this place thirte years ago last August, and Mrs. Holm berg and the children arriving thirteen years ago today. t'!l FOR SALE—County maps, »1.00 each showing Clearwater and adjoining counties. Address, Swadener, Survey or,Orofino, Idaho. Meihodisi Episcopal Church Chri. SÏ !11 £ rograni. to Sunday morning o'clock. Subject of I;', failed ? services at eleven sermon, lias liod Sunday evening servie,) at 7,80. Ibis service will he unusual in char acter. Instead of the usual form of worship, a story and titled "in Quest of the King," will he given by the choir, On Christmas Eve., Dee. '.Mill, the children of the Sunday School are the entertainers. song service cu A miscellaneous jro gram of song, recitations, tableaux, etc. lias been gotten up by Intern for that date. After the entertainment Santa Claus will take charge of the Christmas • l ' l> e and distribute the usual gifts. There will he no meetings other than Biese during the week, "If you are nor using Princess flour you are not using (he best." John MiX's residence, a small gold chain with tassel on one end. Kinder and SceivVrlward! E ' MaUd M ' X For Sale I Complete sawmill at a bargain. Ca Pf^'By 80 M. Also 30 H. P. traction en , gine, good as new -easy terms. 1 SAMSON SNYDER. see j j Notice For Publication Department of the Interior I . ^ llnd Office at Lewiston, Idaho, | December 17, 1912. Notice is hereby given that WILLIAM H. GILLESPIE, of Orofino, Idaho, who on May 4th, 1906, made homestead entry No. 11,800, serial No. 01,884, for Lot 1 Sec. 17, Lot 8, SE 1-4, of SE 1-4 Sec. 18 nnd Lot 1, Sed. 20, Township 37 N., R. 2 E., B .M., has filed notice of intention to make five-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before J. W. Merrill, U. S. commissioner, at Orofino, Idaho, on the 74th day of January, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Eric Olson, Ole Storholt, Kendall Judy and Jesse A. Harless, all of Oro fino, Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT, Register. Clearwater Republican. Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, November 20, 1912. Notice is hereby given that TORGE PEDERSON of Ahsahka, Idaho, who on October 29, 1907, made homestead entry No. 12448, Serial No. 02205. for the Nw 1-5 Ne 1-4 section 33, township 37 north, range 1, Meridian, has filed notice of in de ; scribed, before J. W. Merril, U. S. ! ( 7 omm * ssiont ' r . Orofino, Idaho, the 28th day of December, 1912. I Claimant names as witnesses: Erick Olson, of Teakean, Idaho, and j William J. Emerson, Fred Freundt and TIerman Weinman, Idaho. i Clearwater Republi j ^ oal tends (Elec, filed 1 ''"jl' 1 ") proof made ac which entry was made*! OS on all of Ahsahka, T. H. BARTLETT Register. lean. Report of the Condition of BANK of OROFINO 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 . 15 » 49 3,392 48 15.443 48 26 00 ». 39 » 12 * 80,800 9 » 0vtrdraf,s > secur '' d and unsecured Ronds, warrants and oilier securities Kumitureand fixtures Due from Hanks I. Checks and other Cash Items 1 ash on ha " d ' lawful u - s - Money j ° * liabilities Capital stock t . id in Surplus Knud *12,000 00 800 00 I,ldiv ' dual de P° si,s subject to check demand certificates of deposit clrtînèd checks °'' dt ''' USi ' Liabilities other than above stated Total ? T A 1 12 O F I D A H O County of Clearwater I, A. L. 1 itiele, Cashier of the above named hank, 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 IHEO. FOHL, Director Subset ibed and sworn to before me I Seal l this day of December, 1912. L J JOHN R. BECKER, Notary Public^ Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid 3.85« 11 56,662 I» 58« 97 6,731 94 563 75 Non e *80,860 96 I ss.