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WOULD HAVE GIVEN
THEIR LIVES FOR THE FLAG
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The Chicago Tribune well says that
"To the men who have gone through
the trial of battle we give our thanks !
and admiration, but we must also l eal- 1
ize that the men who did not 'get 1
across* were ready and would also have '
given themselves to the glory of the
flag and the success of our cause."
The finest tribute to these disappoint
ed soldiers we have seen was paid in
the following official communication in .
the North American Review's War
Weekly;
1. in the performance of mill
tary duty to one's country in time
of war it is not for the citizen
called to the colors to select the
kind of servee to be done by him.
One who lias willingly and loyally
responded to the call to arms and
who has put his best efforts, men
tal and- physical, into the training,
and performed all military duties
required of him to the best of his
ability, standing ready always to
make the supreme sacrifice of life
itself, if need be, has done all that
a good citizen and soldier could do
to insure the successful prosecution
of the war.
2 Altho I appreciate bow keenly
you feel the disappointment of your
failure to secure duty overseas in
the actual battle area. 1 know you
rejoice, together witli nil Ameri
cans, in the prospect of a righteous
and just peace imposed upon the
enemy and the termination of the
terrible conflict which has involved
the whole civilized world. You have
done your best You have cheerful
ly and loyally discharged the clear
duty of every citizen in time of war
and your work has been part of the
great national effort which lias aid
ed in securing a victorious peace.
3.
You are discharged from the
army because your services are no
longer required in the present emer
You will return to your
gency.
plaee in civil life all the better for
the training you have had, and 1
feel sure you will take with you a
better end higher appreciation of
the obligations of citizenship, in
cluding the obligation of every man
to be trained, prepared and ready
to render service to the nation in
war as well as in peace.
It bore the signature of Major
General Leonard Wood—still major
general—who trained the two divl-1
sions pronounced by foreign officers !
the most effective, and who himself j
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Special Offering
In Winter Underwear
All two-piece garments go at
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Now is the opportune time to take
advantage of this SPECIAL OFFER
Men, Women
and Children
We want to turn a part of this large
stock into cash
Money Counts Now
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was brutally clieated out of
clear right to command at leust his
own devoter! soldiers abroad.
his !
BETTER LISTEN TO OUR SOLD-1
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1 , ' 1 ' a,!l 'd na' it on.- and the 1 nil-t
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Wnshn.gt on, (D. C.) Post; Amer- i
ns v ho f -ar that the fruits of
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and who can point to
mysterious incidents which j
I-ily Ini: f eurs. should revive)
ar *d strengthen their faith by con-i
ferring \. i 1 1 1 the American soldiers]
»turning from France.
A " hi,1 ' vlnd ,,f •Instruction is ria
ln « il « alnKt the deluded, the feeble j
•»•*> lh ' treasonable among Ameri- j
«*». wh « are b( « i,intn « to
P rottcl lh " unrepentant enemy coun-,
tr >' Ufialntit '»uiishnient for
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The American soldiers and
sailors will not tolerate this policy. ;
They will wreck the men who ad
vocate it, no matter how highly j
these men i. ay be placed in public j
office or private station. Tin sold -
iers and their officers will crush
this Insane and treasonable folly.
American soldier; and sailors will
not betray the cause for which they
fought, or suffer It to be betrayed.
They fought for the United States
as a nation, and they will compel
tlier servants in all public offices to
preserve the nationality of tin coun
try in its full vigor, without any
dilution of "internationalism." They
will al.o see that the United States
stands by its allies to the end of
the chapter of this war. which
means that unless every American
public official helps to mak ■ Ger
maany pay for the damage she has
caused, he must take the const
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CHANCE TO ENTER THE
U. S. FORESTRY SERVICE.
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that a forest
and field clerk examination will be
held in this city on January 25,
1919, to fill vavancies in the posi
tion of forest clerk, Forest Service,
and clerk in the Reclamation and
other field branches of the Govern
ment service throughout the Elev
enth Civil Service District (Wash
ington. Oregon. Idaho, Montana,
Wyoming, Alaska). The entrance
salary for the position of forest
clerk is $1100 or $1200 a year; for
Hie position of clerk in the Reclam
ation or other services,
$1100 to
Age limits for forest {
! 41500 a year.
clerk, 18 to 40 years; for field,
rl<rk, IS years or over. Both men]
and women will be admitted to the
examination.
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1 Application blank and informa- i
! tint» may be obtained from th« local '
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1 secretary. Board of Civil Servir- es- j
rs. Forest Service, On flno.
from the secretary, 1 tth F S.
Civil Service District. 3GS
fice building, Seattle. Wash.
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The annual meeting of Clearwater ,
will be held at Orofino, January 14th, I
j 1919, at 10 o'clock a. in., to elect direct
j ors to Serve one year, and for such,
other business as may property come ;
before the meeting. i
County National Farm Loan Association ]
Farm Loan Association Notice,
I This a is very important meeting and !
all who have secured loans should ]
Any farmer
; make it a point to attend.
that is interested in a federal loan is
j invited to attend this meetsng, so a
j better understanding of the workings
of the Federal Farm Loan Act will be
obtained. EARL C. ABRAMS,
Secretary-Treasurer, j
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Dated Dec. 21, 191S.
LOST.
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One dark red and white steer, aged
2 1-2 years, on cow creek near Grange
mont. Bob tailed, branded Pi on left
hip and left ear split V' shape, hole in '
nose for ring. Finder notify George j
Gertje, Russell, Idaho; reasonable re- j
Jan 24
ward.
Notice of Redemption of County
Warrants.
Orofino, Idaho, Dec. 27, 1918.
I Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing Clearwater county warrants are i
subject to payment on presentation to
the county treasurer of Clearwater
county, Idaho, to-wit: current expense
warrants. 1918 series, Nos. 13274, 13279,
13286, 13294, 13300, 13301, 13302, 13303,
13348, 13349, 13350, 13359, 13363, 13367,
13370, 13387, 13398, 13403, 13404, 13496,
13497, heretofore called and on which
interest ceased July 27th, 1918.
All warrants drawn on the current
expense fund, 1918 series, registered
Oct. 24, 1918, to Dec. 26, 1918, inclusive.
Interest ceases Jan. 7, 1919.
All outstanding warrants drawn
against any school district of Clear
water county, Idaho, registered prior
to Dec. 26, 1918.
Interest ceases Jan. 7, 1919.
Oren D. Crockett,
County Treasurer.
{ OFFICIAI PROCEEDINGS OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONEES.
Orofino, Idaho, Dec. 13. 1918.
Board ol Commissioners convened
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date pursuant to adjournment of
December 12. 1913.
Ali members of the board present
and Joseph Kaufiman, clerk, by W.
! it. Gillespie, deputy.
Minutes of meeting December 12
I ri ad ,.ud approvd.
I Following mi ce. aacuus
and warrants
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I same,
Mrs.
; Oud-fehtelds IUw.
i cou, t hoU!se
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claims ,
ordered j
] draw n on current expense fund for |
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$18.30
16.30
Amos Case, registering qual
ified voters Fra er proc.
Co., supplies
7.00
! J. B. Dickson, registering qual
] ified voters, Gilbert proc.
Application for $40.00 burial ex
pense, Ed. Best, indigent, having
been Authorized by the Probat
Judge, same is hereby confirmed by
the board.
Application for $40.00 hospital
j expense, indigent, Nora Carr, having
been authorized by the Probate
Judge, same is hereby confirmed by
the board.
Application for
supplies
from Carl Thompson, for T. F. El
iis, indigent, having been author
ized by justice of the peace, Ah
sahka precinct, same is hereby con
firmed by the board.
Board of County Commissioners
j hereby confirm arrangement made
at meeting of board of health, Nov
ember 15, 1918, attended by Com
missioners C. A. Pittvvood and Fred
Choate and County Physician E. W.
Horswill, whereat, upon represen
tation and request of Mrs. M. B.
Britan, chairman Clearwater Coun
ty Red Cross, a Clearwater county
Red Cross hospital service was tem
porarily established for the care of
Influenza patients. Claims for med
ical attention and nursing, supplies
and other hospital expenses, when
properly approved by the proper
hospital officers, will be considered
and allowed by the board, inregulai
way. Hospital expenses for patients
to be charged for and collected, as
provded by law for the mainten
ance of temporary hosptal service.
It Is hereby ordered by the board
that one room in the Burns and
Brown building. Orofino, be rented
for 60 days, $2.50 per month, for
storage of Red Cross hospital equip
ment and supplies.
Minutes of meeting this date,
December 13. read and approved.
After further consideration of
; Red Cross hospital claims, board ad
journed at 5 p. m. until 9 a. m.
I January 10, 1919, when regular
business will be resumed.
FRED CHOATE,
Chairman.
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Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
i In the Probate Court of the County
I of Latah, in and for the State ot
i Idaho.
In the mattei of the estate ot
Theadore Tobiason. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that in
pursunnee of an Order of sale in
the Probate Court of Latah county,
State of Idaho, made and entered
on the 17th day of August, A. D.,
1918, in the matter of the estate of
Theadore Tobiason, deceased, the
undersigned, the administrator of
the said estate, will sell at private
|sale to the highest bidder for casli,
Gold Coin ol the l nited States, sub-|
ject to the confirmation of said Pro-1
hate Court, all of the right, title, |
interest and estate of thesaid Thea- j
dore Tobiason at the time of Ms |
death, and all the right, title, inter
:est or estate that said estate has.
b> operation of law or otherwise
acquired other than or in addition
•o that of the said Theadore Tobia
son at the time of his death, in
and to all of that certain lot, piece
or parcel of land, lying and being
in Clearwater county. State of Ida
ho. and bounded and described asj
follows, to-wit:-- j
Southwest quarter of section ,
twenty-one in township thirty-nine, |
north of range two, east of the |
j Boise meridian. j
That written sealed bids will be
received by the undersigned for the
said lands and premises, or any
part or parcel thereof, on or after
the 21st day of January, A.D. 1919.
at the undersigned's place of busi
ness. to-wit: The First Trust and
Savings Bank, in Moscow, Idaho, or
such written bids therefor or any
part or portion thereof may be filed
with the clerk of the Probate Court
: of Latah County. Idaho, at Moscow,
Idaho, on or after said date.
Terms and conditions or sale: —
Cash. Gold Coin of -the United
; States, ten per cent, of the pur—
; chase money to be paid to the ad- ;
; ministrator on the day of sale, bal- 1
Attest,
JOSEPH KAUFFMAN,
Clerk Board Co. Commissioners.
By W. H. Gillespie, Deputy.
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■ince on confirmation of sale by the |
.said Probate Court. Deed at ex
I pense of purchaser. The admints
i trator hereby reserves the right to
j reject any or all bids.
Dated at Moscow, Idaho, this
30th day of December, A. D 1918.
H. MELGARP.
Administrator of the estate of Tliea
dore Tobiason, deceased.
Jan. 3, 2t
Notice to Creditors.
In the Probate Court of the Coun
ty of Clearwater, State of Idaho.
In the matte- of the estate of Ashbell
I W. Shoemaker, deceased,
j Notice is hereby given by the un
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I dersigned administratrix of the estate,
, of Ashbell W. Shoemaker, deceased, to ]
j the creditors of, and ali persons having ]
| claims against the said deceased, to ex- 1
: hibit them with the necessary vouchers j
; within ten months after the first publi -1
cation of this notice, to the said admin
istratrix at rooms hand 7 I O O F build
ing, in Orofino, Idaho, the same being
the place For the transaction of the
business of said estate, in Orofino,
county of Clearwater, state of Idaho.
Signed and dated at Orotino, Ida
ho, this 16th day of December, 1918.
MAY SHOEMAKER,
Administratrix of the estate of Ashbell
W. Shoemaker, deceased.
Deo 20t5
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Notice of Stockholders' Annual Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
Bank of Orofino, a corporation, will he
held at the office of said corporation in
the village of Orofino, state of Idaho,
on Tuesday, January I4th, 1919, at the
hour of 3 o'clock in the afternoon of
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
iness that may properly come before
such meeting.
Dated at Orofino, Idaho, this 26th
day of December, A. D. 1918.
C. H. EDE, Secretary.
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ALIAS SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of
Idaho, in and for the County of
Clearwater.
M. B. Claybaugh, Plaintiff, v. A.
L. Morefleld, the unknown owners, '
and the unknown heirs and devisees
of said unknown owners.
known Owners and the Unknown ;
Heirs and Devisees of said Un- i
known Owners. Defendants;
You are hereby notified that a
complaint has been filed against you
in the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of Ida
ho, in and for the County of Clear
water, by the above named plaintiff
wherein it is alleged that the plain
tiff is the owner of and in posses
sion of the following described real
estate, to-wit;
Lot Three (3) of Section Three
(3) in Township Thirty-Seven (37)
North of Range One ( 1 ) West of
the Boise Meridian, and the South
east quarter of the Southwest quar
ter (sei SW 4 ) of section Thirty
four (34P, in Township Thirty-eight
(3S) Nortb of R ange One (l) West
of the BuistJ Meridian , in clearvvat
er Count y f Idaho .
That the defendants claim and
aHse ,t interest in said premises ad
verse to the plaintiff; that the
claims of the defendants are with
out right whatsoever: that tUe said
defendanu or either of them have
any right _ estate or tltIe ln said
land or any , )art thereof.
Plalntift p ,. ays that the d „ fen _
dantH may be requ i r ed to set forth
, he „attire of their claims, and that
all adverse clalnis of the defendants
|or any of them lnay be determined
by a decree 0 f this court; and that
it be declared by said decree tllat
| lhe plaintifr i8 the owner of said
j pi . eniises and lhe Uu , de f endant s „or
| e!tller of tbem> have , 10 estate oi
intefest whatever in said premises
Vou are hereby directed to ap- [\
pear and an8W er the said complaint
w tthin twenty days of the service'
()f thijj HUnunon8i jf served within
said jlldicial distl . ict> a nd within
folty days if serve d elsewhere, and
you are furthf . r nolifled that unless |
you so appear ;ind answer said com . ]
asj p)atnt within the tlme here4n S|M . C |- |
j fled, the plaintiff will apply for,
, iud g ment against you as prayed in !
| the complalnt
| witness my hand and the seal of'
j said District Court, this 7th day ot
j anuary 1919
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1 Floyd, L. A.
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JOSEPH KAUFFMAN,
Clurk of Saiii District. Court.
Dy W. A. Wellman. Deputy Clerk.
(SEAL)
for Plaintiiff, Post Office and Resi
dence, Lewiston, Idaho.
First iniblication January lo, 1919.
P. E. Stookey. Attorney
ADVERTISED LETTERS.
Advertised list of letters in the
Orofino post office for the week end
ing January 4. 1919:
Adams, D. R.
Anderson. A. L. (3)
Beale, Edith Conrad
| Graham. Miss Hazel
Gross, Adam G. (2)
Lambert, Miss Mary
Moe, Mrs. Bertha
J. W. BL AKE,
Acting Postmaster.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
HOTEL 0R0FIN0
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Rates $1.50 to $2.50. Free Bus
Sanitary Kitchen. Clean Beds
American Plan. Quick Service
Outside Rooms. Sample Room
OIK MOTTO- ^Courtesy lo all Guests"
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N. O. Ilalnes
Wm. J. HANNAH
LAWYER
Rooms 6-7, I. O. O. F. Bldg.
Idaho
Orofinc
DR. H. D. BRITAN
DENTIST
Office in the Burns Block.
Orotino. Idaho.
DR. E. W. HORSWILL
Physician & Surgeon
Office and Residence
Buescher residence
Idaho
Orofino.
F. ELLIOTT SMITH
Attomey-at-Law
Orofino.
Idaho
NUF SED! GO TO THE
GARDNER HOUSE
to eat when in Weippe.
Mrs. Haael Gardner, Prop.
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