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OFFICIAL PAPER OF CLEARWATER
COUNTY'
VOLUME VII NUMBER JS
OKOFINO, CI.KARWATKK COI N IV. IDA1K
F'PDAY', IKDKUARY LS, |!)| i.
CLEARWATER COUNTY BAR j
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• PASSES RESOLUTIONS
Whereas, the Ruler of all our Desti
nies has seen fit to call from ail earthly
activity Honorable Charles L. McDon
ald. whose death occur -ed at Portland,
Oregon, on Sunday, February hi, 191:»;
and,
Whereas, in the death of Honorable
Charles L. McDonald the court and bar
s)f this judicial district has sustained a
loss of one of its ablest practitioners,
and a congenial and loveable friend,
and the communities have in his death
lost a worthy citizen who was ever
ready to give counsel and help to his
fellow man.
Therefore, be it resolved that by the
promulgation of these* resolutions we
express our sorrow at the untimely
death of our associate and friend; that
we revere his memory as a man who
was honest, courteous and fair in the
practice of his profession, a man whose
life was a glowing example of morality,
kindness and consideration for the
welfare of others and whose patriotism
and love of country was of the highest
character, and who gave unstintingly
of his ability and time and means to the
•service of his country in its last dire
extremity.
Be it Further Resolved, that these
resolutions be spread upon the minutes
of this court, and that a copy thereof
be mailed to the widow of the deceased,
and copies also be furnished the press
of the city of Orofino.
F. E. SMITH,
Wm. J. HANNAH,
S. O. TANNAHILL,
Committee.
HELLO !
''Hello!'' .
"Yes—"
"Oh just tine—did you get home
before it started storming?"
"Weren't you lucky?"
"Yoe—"
"Oh . . . .did you?"
"Oh no, I washed yesterday' Isn't
it?
"I hung mine inside—the place
looked like a Chinese laundry."
"Yes weJohnny, stop torment
ing that cat. '
"Oh, I certainly do. That's why
I'm baking today."
"No, I made rolls this time."
"Just delicious? Oh yes
"No, it's a new kind. I don't
think they handled it here before."
"Yes—"
"Gold Standard—'*
"No, it's a Lewiston flour, put
out by the Nezperce Roller Mills."
"No, at the Orofino Trading Co's.
Yes, do—Johnny do you hear me?"
"Yes—Gold Standard."
"I'm sure you will—yes—all
right. Let me know."
"Yes—goodbye."
A Truthful Grocer.
"I presume these eggs are strictly
fresh ?" suggested the housewife as she
poked around In her pocket book for s
dollar bill.
"Well, they were strict In their
youth." responded the truthful grocer,
"but eggs is like a great many people.
you know. Some of'em kinder relaxes
as they gets older, ma'am." I
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A man la very often what he
thinks himself to be.
If he believes himself a failure
there is every chance of his becom
ing one. «
On the other hand if be thinks
sticcetdi he is likely to forge ahead
rapidly.
The man who thinks succeea and
practices thrift is on the high-road
to prosperity.
This Institution invites Thrift
Accounts. Inquire about our Sav
ings Department.
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CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $30,000.
5 Percent. On Savings and Certiflicates of Deposit.
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WHO SAYS IT?
Sio
through
tl;a
in g
mud
of
France,
Camping in the rain;
IPking in a frozen trance
Down some Qe man plain;
Fall in'"—hear the sergeant yell,
Far from home and clov r;
Tell me, who the hally hell
Said the war "was over""
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Chow for hroaivfast—slum
noon —
for
Who
suys men are free
While the bugler's foolish tune
Pipes the reveille?
"Right dress!"—hear the sergeant
buzz
From Mainz across to Dover;
Tell me who the hell it
Said the
m
war "was over""
Cleaning up a mass of wire.
Stained with clotted blood
Where the big trucks bog and mire
inter mud;
Full of filth and fleas and f izz—
Cannoneer and drover.
Tell me who the fat head
Said the war "was over?"
—Grantlan l Rice.
In the
Will
The Razor in History.
In tracing the history of shaving It
should tie sufficient to go hack to the
Greeks
ml Romans, upon whose civili
Bearils were
zatlon our own is based,
highly esteemed among the former up
to the time of Alexander the
who was smooth shaven,
for the abolition of the heard among
soldiers was the fact that it afforded
the enemy something to lay hold of.
At an earlier period llie
certain types of helmet and gorget had
Protected the beard. The Romans wore
beards down to the time of tlie Gallic
wars, while the Gauls, albeit barba
rians, were smooth shaven save for the
mustache.
Great.
One reason
wearing of
The antiquity of barber
shops and razors In Rome is variously
given by hlstoriuns.
claimed that the first barber shop, at
least in that part of the world,
opened in Sicily in fiOO B. ('., while
other authorities make this date far
earlier or later. The Sicilian seems to
have been the first barber.
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LOCAL AND VICINITY.
for
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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noble came home I
on Friday's passenger.
E. I. Piatt was visiting in Orofino last |
week.
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John Lewis came up from Ahsuhka
last Friday.
R. H. Weston went down the line 1
Sunday.
B. L. Lomax took Saturday's train ]
for. Lewiston.
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Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Campbell of Oil- 1
hert, departed for Clarkston Wednes-|
day morning. !
Miss Chase went down the river on
Saturday's train.
Rev. F. L. Moore was a passenger on
Wednesday's down train.
j Mrs. H. Miller reached home on Mon
j day's train.
J. L. Maxfield came in from Lewiston
oil Monday's afternoon train.
Fred Frazier returned from Walla
i Walla Monday afternoon.
Mr.'and Mrs. Chas. A. Fisher went
down the river On Thursday's train.
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J. S. Rice, special Govt, ofticer, came !
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in on Wednesday s train and departed
on Thursday morning passenger.
C. W. Semmes, publisher of the Win
chester Journal, went to Lewiston
Thursday morning.
J. W. Mutch, Engineer in charge of
the Clearwater Timber Company's sur
veying crew, went to Lewiston on
Monday's train.
J. W. Blake took Monday morning's
train for down the river.
the
the
Sheriff F. W. Garrison took a prison
er down the Short Line Monday
ing.
morn
Special Deputy Sheriff R. H. Deeper
came in on Friday's train with a pris
oner from Elk Kiver.
Mrs Eva Rettig made the round trip
to Moscow last Saturday, bringing a
patient to the sanitarium.
Miss Nell Roberts, teacher in school
district No. 8, went to Clarkston last
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Noftsger reached
Orofino from Pemeroy, Wash., Wed
nesday.
Wm- Niesham left for Greer on Mon
day. He will stage to Pierce and
shoe from Pierce to the Pot mountain
country, crossing the North Fork on
the government bridge.
Chas. H. Cline, superintendent of
the Orangeville Electric Light Sc Power
company at Orofino, went to Kamiah
the first of the week.
i left
snow
ing
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Mrs. N. D. Rhodes, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Watson of the Orofino
Trading company, came up from Lew
iston Saturday. Mr. Rhodes came up |
Sunday and both returned to Lewiston
on Monday.
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Miss Alma O'Hara, who has been *
teaching school in the Teakean neigh- ' Î*
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borhood, came home Wednesday on j to
account ot snow preventing her from
going to and from the school house. j
Isaac Neal left last Saturday to meet
his brother, John Neal, at Pendleton, j As
John has been in the service of the { P
U. S., having registered from southern
Idaho.
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S the present week. Red's Prairie
5 ports between two and three feet and
3 the Canyon Creek country has had
,al> of about two feet
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Wiifong, j
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Mrs. W. E. King and s<jn, Cecil, left i
for Colfax, Wash., on Sunday's train.
Mrs. Sam. Kitchin depirted on Sun
day's train for Clarkston
i H. Ripley returned on Lidav's train
i from Lewistou '
Wm. Niesham and Fred.
i took a trip to Lewiston oji Sunday.
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Lewiston on Thursday's afternoon pas
seliger,
back from
llln n , .,. _ ..
Tbtr. » re 1 0f,n ° °"
u S f er noon.
I. .. Ooesley are having brick
hauled to the site of then new garage,
Mrs. J. P. Mix reached Orofino on
train Thursda y afternoon.
M, -s. Harry Ashley, Jvho has been
! visiting her mother, Mrs. Thos. Walsh, j
left for her home in Spokane, Saturday !
morning. I
The Cambridge players will he here
April 21. Season tickets for both
formantes, $1.00.
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Frank Shriver came iri on Sunday's
train from Wallace, Idjiho, with
tients for the sanitarum, and left for
home Tuesday morning.
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Samuel Kitrhm, who has been work
pa
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ingin the woods tor Thos. Nygard, |
went to Peck Monday.
pas
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H. F. Ripley was a down river
sengcr Wednesday morning.
Miss Martha Wellman, bookkeeper at
the Orofino Trading Co., was visiting in
Clarkston Sunday.
Mrs. N. E. Merwin, returned from
Spokane on Sunday's train.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ede went down !
the river on Saturday's train.
Ralph Merrill took a t^-ip to Lewiston
Saturday, returning Sunday.
Miss Julia Brown wool to Moscow on
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Saturday and returned Sunday.
District Court Reporter. G. D. Hodge,
left Orofino on Sunday's train.
Attorney Neugent of Nezperce, who
was attending to legal business, at the
county seat, left for his home Saturday
morning.
Prof. R. R. Richmond, Samson Sny
der and I. B. Morrison, went fishing at
Ahsahka on Saturday.
John Lewis went dbwn to Lewis
ton on the train Saturday morning.
Special Deputy Sheriff, R. H. Leeper,
departed on Saturday's train.
A marriage license was issued Feb
rugry 27 to Joseph A. Fruchte and
Susie Nelson.
A daughter arrived thursday
ing at the home of Mr. ànd Mrs. Chas.
Boehm. Both parents are doing well.
Mrs. J. M. DeCourcy reached Orofino
Wednesday and visited with her sister,
Mrs. Harry Walrath, returning to
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Beware of Stocking Ban«.
f, a — Gnners who feared
Î* T* k ,Ut 'l f " ,th thplr
strong boxes were sometimes known
to hi(1 „ thelr rewl „ ts) 0VPrn , Kht in the
beans, but It took a local man to dis
close that dry goods merchants some-.
times use stockings f«>r the purpose, j
As usual, the stocking as a bank 1
P rovp< l « failure. The store doors
wer *' thoughtlessly opened too eurty
ont * da - v ''«H'ently anil a customer made
away with a real Christmas stockin»f
with $117 concealed in the foot.
The big night of the season- the 3
lyceum musical namt|er at the Rex i
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'Vinter again, with a foot of snow,
i 1'red Mooers has bought the band of
j sheep owned by .I. Shannon; also the
j .Indy homestead on Indian ert
i he will use as a sheep ranch.
Cecil King and his mother I
the train Sunday i
, and other I'alouse country points to
visit relatives and old friends.
Mother Cloud gave a Sunday dinner
in honor of the return of her
children, Cecil King and Glennie Pitt
wood, from the LI. S.
boj s say she
dish up the eats.
k, which
in
arded
morning for Colfax
a
ipaiul
Du*
service,
hasn't forgotten how t<
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Kamiah.
Kamiah Progress:—Hert
! Lomax, who operate a bakery at Oro
fino, have rented the Mote
and .lohn I
Ferguson
building and will start in the business
here, i
c building is being fitted up
for their use and they
ready to open tip the latter part of this
month. The brothers have had excel
! lent success with their business at Oro
fino and will continue to operate that
plant. There is
expect to he 1
a good opening in d
Kamiah for such an institution and it
ought to prove a paying venture. j M w
addition to the bakery, light lunches ;
will lie served; hut we understand it is
not the plan to run a regular restaurant
business, serving only the bakery pro
ducts with coffee.
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to
j , South Fork Road Boosters.
j The pressure brought to hear for a
i Sfood trunk road up and down the
Clearwater river from Lewiston to Elk
*>as not only hearty endorsement
°* *he people of Battle Ridge, Clear
Water ' " ar P st ? r a " dthe pe ° ple ° f ,ho i
mining district. When we sounded.I. ..
H. Mitchell, one of the heavy taxpayers ! *
of Camas Prairie, he simplv voiced the 1
following expression: "Let us forget ,,
talking about building laterals to the
rivt ' r; but l,uild a K00d road up and
down the Clearwater river first. If.
such a road is built that makes it an ob- 1
ject for us all to want to use that road, I "
and with these conditions it will make ;
it an easy matter to get together and 1
build the laterals." Lee Sellards, an
j other heavy taxpayer of the prairie,
! voiced the same sentiments.— Stites 1
I Enterprise. :
Pacific Northwest Roads.
j The following press dispatch dated
at Portland, Ore., Feb. 18, is the most
encouraging news we have seen in ref
erence to government appropriation of
! postal road construction:
"The Pacific northwest will
•eceive
, $37,549,970 as a grand total for road of
| building from federal and state funds st
during the next two years according to
figures prepared here by District En
! B'neer L. I. Hewes, in charge of the in
United States bureau of public roads in
Oregon, Washington, Montana and Ida- :
ho. Oregon's total will amount to
*9,186,888, he declared, half of it from !
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the federal government and the re-1
i mainder from state funds for highway
! work **
"The dirt will start to fly within 90
days," said Engineer Hewes, "for most
of the money will be available at once,
now that the senate and conferees at
: Washington have agreed on the post
Don't forget the lyceum ticket. You 1°
otfice appropriation bill."
will want it badly March 15.
worse than ever April 21.
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5 % Interest Paid
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on Time Deposits
We have been paying 5 per cent.
Interest on time certificates of de
posit since July 1, 1918.
This bank is backed up by the
First National Bank of Clarkston,
The State Bank of Kamiah.
The State Bank of Kooskia,
and The State Bank of Peek.
The total resources of this string
of banks is over 11,500.900.00.
How about your Safety Deposit box?
Come in and we will show you our
New Boxes.
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FIDELITY STATE BANK
MEMBER AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION.
Geo. H. Waterman. President
Dr. J. M. Fairly. Vice Presidet
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Benj. R. Schmid. Cashier
K. C. Wittman. As' t Cash. 5
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RAU.RO/ I) SURVEY W ILL
BE MADE ON BEAVER CREEK
Preparations are being
railroad
from its
Fork.
made for
survey down Heaver creek
headwaters to the
North
Supplies are now being taken
in from Headquarters to Heaver
tamp,
a distance of about
eight miles.
Th •
crew, now working in the
neighborhood of Lewiston, will most
likely he soon moved to Heav.
for sur vi
surveying
r camp
eying operations.
RED ELEPHANT MYSTERIES
EXEMPLIFIED NEXT MONDAY
The next meeting of the fire
ment will he held next Monday
ing, March ;f, at K. of P. hall. Idle fol
lowing applicants will be initiated into
the mysteries of the Red Kiephaut:
T. F. Herron, H. C. Lomax. I. H. Lo
depart
even
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max, Lee H. Davis, Warren S. Myers,
Arthur Anderson, Paul K. Litulgren,
Alvin Small,
Joe Wise, Clarence La
Forest, Benjamin R. Schmid, Richard
Noftsger, P. M. I.atnoreaux, K. A. Ran
d a ". R. H. Weston, W. A. Shaw, Harry
1' * "V l)l,tro * ,)r * l *~ ^ Hors
w 1 ' 1 . Karl Khey, W. J. Hannah, H. L.
" • **• Whitworth, Dick Hamil
ton, «James Cole, Sid lloux.
The
committee on arrangements has
spared neither tune or labor to make
the evening enjoyable and intesesting.
All applicants are expected to he pres
cut and a lull attendance of members
is expected. On account of the large
class of candidates to be inducted into
to the department, the meeting has
been called at tho hall instead of at the
council chamber.
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* ro,n Cal,rorma Thursday. They have
been visi,ill lf their
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Fraser, at
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bullock returned
son-in-law and
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Modest °' 1 " '
On Monday and Tuesday the Rex
Theatre wi, l show a tw <> reel play:
" The Talisman," furnished by the
Dank of Orofino, in connection with
ti,e regular show without extra charge,
Die regular price is only ten and seven
teen rents, and with this extra two
ree * °f a travel olay of absorbing in
terest the evening will be well spent.
Ttie flu ban is off and the Josephine
Dominick Concert company of the
Midland Lyceum bureau will be at the
Rex theatre March 15 with a musical
program that no one in Orofino can
afford to miss.
of a mldd i p „, rwl ladv .
st eady position
not afraid of work
the rj} , ht party
in person
Bert's Bakery desires the services
wanting a
Must be neat and
Good wages to
Apply at the store
:-2itr
hor8e8 ' in 'P lel »«' n t s . Potatoes, apples,
etc. at my residence three miles
south of Orofino. Phone 727.
FOR SALE:—Hay.
corn, sheep.
E. V. BLACK.
The Mutual Creamery Com
pany are the pioneers in offer
ing cash to dairymen for good
cream. We need much more
1° Supply OUr trade.
MUTUAL CREAMERY COMPANY,
Lewiston. Idaho.

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