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I j I Boise, May 9th, 1919—Hospitals In general and institutions devoted j CLEARWATER REPUBLICAN $1.50 Per Year In Advance. Entered March 12, 1912, as sec ond class mail matter In the post MBce at Jroflno, Idaho, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. North apparent that the Dakota Non-Partisan League Is do lt is ing some missionary work in west ern states. HOSPITALS. to the care of tuberculosis sufferers in particular actually increase pro perty values and bulwark commun ity health, unschooled opinion to the contrary notwithstanding, according • to a statement which has Just been issued by the department of public •welfare. i "persons arguing without a sane basis of fact, "declares this flaying of opponents of the sanitarium idea, ! "often have objected violently to the placing of tuberculosis hospitals ; their neighborhood- , Thorough Investigation of this en- j In near tire subject conducted by the Na tional Association for the Prevention ft Tuberculosis have refuted every •unenlightened argument advanced. been j "In the first place it has urged that sanatoria diminish pro- ; perty values. Investigation has de veloped the fact that institutions almost invariably have increased the earning power both of farm land and city property from Z0 to 100 per cent. "It itas been proven by past ex perience that the fear of a possible spread of tuberculosis iiftection is groundless and absurd. " 'Remember that the sanitarium patient is the best educated of all,"' says the medical director of a Cal ifornia hospital. 'He learns in the sanitarium from seeing the care that is taken what care ne himself should take; and evep the most careless have this drilled into them to such an extent that they will be more careful than they otherwise would be without such training. 1 consider a well conducted sanitar ium the least 'dangerous ot all places for people to live, dangerous than the average hospital or boarding house. "In many instances and neighborhood health standards have been raised by reason of prox imity to a properly administered in stitution. "Speaking of this particular in fluence, the superintendent of an Illinois sanitarium says, been less Indiscriminate expectora tion in pubic places. Windows have been kept open at night In the ma iorilv of residences. Residences have been built with sleeping porches. I believe that the nearness or a tu berculosis sanitarium to a commun ity has a beneficial effect upon the standard of health of said commun ity as well as a tendency to in crease the value of surrounding pro perty.' "Thus far no hostility to the es tablishment of the two nospitals, authorized at the last session of the Idaho legislature has developed and we feel sure that no opposition will be met. Any city in the state may i community ! 1 It is far less I ! nere has 1 j ! 1 •well consider one of tnese institu -1 lions a substantial asset." KEEP YOUR DIRECTORY UP TO DATE NEW NÀMES ADDED. Alteneder, Frank . . . Boehnt, Wm. Briggs, Joe. Chapman, Roy .'.... Clark, Jack . Clearwater Tbr. Co. , Olugston, John. Connors.M.L. Davis, Lee . Deering, Mac . Edwards, Virgil Fleming, Scotty . . . . Frear, Arthur. _ Knutson, Fred . Marksberry. John . . McIntosh, John . . . . Mix. Mrs. J. P. Nygard, Thos (Mill) O. K. Livery . Salomon, J 110 . A. Stanton, W. S. Townsend. R. G. . . . Whitted, Ray . 2515 7216 3875 493 614 44 332 72X j 22 , 9417 993 ... 686 6 4X2 i 492 5]9 »10 jXK 3X0 91 922 602 722 3875 ... 169 CHANGES. Axtel, H. M. Chittenden. J. W. . Crockett, Oren . . . . Detmer, Il< nry Hanson, H. P. JHarlan, J. P. "Hill, Lloyd . _*815 _9915 727 5815 12 . .2225 . . 652 DISCONTINUED. Beard, Melvin . . . Black, E. V. Larkin, Mabelle . . Lynch. Chas. Nôftsger, J. H. Norris, Paul . . 727 .7217 .9417 . 65 ! . 722 _ ORDER FOR SPECIAL MEETING OF THF BOARD. IT APPEARING tfo THE UN DERSIGNED THAT THE BUSINESS I OK THE COUNT Y REQUIRES A j SPECIAL MEETING ol tne Board I of the County Commissioners, the January session having adjourned j until the second Monday in April 1919, its regular quarterly session PI IS HEREBN ORDERED that a special meëting c>f the Board of County Commissioners of Clear water County, Idaho, be held and convened on Wednesday April 9th 1919, at 9 o clock a. m. at the reg-1 ular meeting place of said Bciaid at Orofino, Idaho, that the following business be transacted, and none other, to-wit: Po canvass the Election Returns of yie election held on Saturday March 29th 1919, for the purpose Commissioners' Proceedings ! ; of determining whether or not a Highway District, to be known as , the Grangemont Highway District, j shall be created and organized. 'and IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the clerk of this Board give five days notice to the Public of the said special meeting ordered,- stating the business to be hereinbefore j transacted at said meeting by post notices in ; > n S three is 1 I i ^ oun,y ' contained conspicuous places, one of which shall be at the Courthouse door, and to notify the member of this Board who has not joined in calling this special meet ing by mail of this order, to-wit; Chas. Hall, the Commissioner for the Third District. Signed and dated at Orofino, Ida ho this 3rd day of April 1919. S. M. Snyder Commissioner First District. J. B. Dickson Commissioner Sec ond District. Attest. Joseph Kauffman, Clerk. Orofino, Idaho. April 9th 1919. Board met In Special Session pur suant to call of April 3rd 1919. There being present all members of the Board* and Joseph Kauffman, Clerk, and The following business transacted Tor was called, to-wit: The canvass of the Election Re turns of I he election held on Mat ch ! 2!nh 1919 ' Frora ,he «'vords on file 1 the Board finds that said election which the meeting I was duly and regularly called in ac ! eordance with the Statutes in such cases made and provided, and in all particulars the same was conducted in accordance with law, and that the results of said election are as follows, to-wit: For Grangemont Highway District —Yes (52) Fifty two votes were 1 cast. For Grangemont Highway District —No (2) Two votes were cast. it appearing *lo the Board that more than one -1 alf of the votes cast at said election are for Grange mont Highway District, Yes, it therefore appearing to the Board that a great majority of the citizens of the proposed Highway District 1 desire that said Grangemont High j way District be organized, it is ! therefore ordered by the Board of . , . County Commissioners of Clearwater 1 w . . t ! Idaho, that the territory .... , , , within the following ...... boundaries, to-wit; Commencing at the S.-W. corner of See 10 T. 36 N. of R. 2 E. B. M. j -1 thence north to West quarter corner of Sec. 27, T. 37 N. of R. 2 E. B. M. thence *ast to center of said Section 27: thence north to N. quarter cor ner of said section 27; thence east to N. E. corner of said section 27. I hence north to N. W. Sec. 23, T. 37 N. of R. 2 E. B. M. thence east to N. E. corner of said section 23; thence north 1320 feet; thence east 2 64 0 feet; thence north more or less to north corner of 3960 feet. , boundary lit*e o* Sec. 13. T. 37 N. thence East to ! of R. 2 E. B. V : j I ' the S. W. corner of Sec. 10 T. 37 N. R. 3 E. B. M : thence north to line of ' North-fork i the boundary Highway District; thence following said boundary Highway northerly, and in an easterly direc tion to the north fork of the Ch ar north line of District in an North-fork easterly, I water liver; thence up said fork of the Clea. water river to the intersection of the north line of T. N.; thence west along said township line to N.W. coiner of T. 38 N. of R. 5 E. B. M.; tbence South to S. W. Corner of T. 37 N. R. 5 E. T.. M. ; thence west to N. E corner sec. 6 T. 36 N. of R. 4 E. B. M.: thence south to the Southeast corner of said section 6 ; thence West to th ; Southwest corner of Section 2 Township 36 North, of i Range 3, E. B. ?.-l.: thence North to! Northwest corner of said Section 2;! thence west to the Northeast corner 38, ! of Section 6 T. 36 N. of R. 3 E. B. M., thence South to the Northwest corner of the SW1-4 ! SW 1-4 of Section 8 Township 36; North, ot R. 3 E. B. M., thence east to the Northeast corner of said SW 1-4 SW1-4 of Section 8 ; thence South to the Southeast corner of the N/W1-4NW1-4 of Section 17 T. 36 N. of It. 3 E. B. M.; thence West to the Southwest corner of said NW1-4 NW1-4 of Secflon 17; thence South the West 1-4 corner or Sec. 18 t. 36 N. R. 3 E. B. M.; West to the Southwest corner of the SE i_4NEl-4 ot Section 18 T. 36 N. R 3 E B M . thence North to the A Northwest corner of the SE1-4NE1 4 of Sec jg x. 36 N. R. 3 E. B. M.; thence west to the Southwest corner of j m x. 36 N. R 3 E B M . thence North to the North west coint . r of ba id Lot 1; thence a j n a wes terly direction along section ]j neK to the point of beginning. j s hereby Ordered and Declared to he duly organized as a Highway strict ynder the name of the Grangemont Highway District, a cnpv of said order to be filed with the County Recorder and one copy 0 f same mailed to the Governor, in accordance with the law. Board adjourned special session s | ne d j e to thence S. M. Snyder, Chairman. a Atest: Joseph Kauffman, Clerk of the Board. . Orofino, Idaho, April 14th, 19^9. Board met in regular sexton, all members being present the following proceedings were had, to-wit: Salary bills allowed and ordered paid. W. H. Gillespie, . . . J. P. Harlan. J. P. Harlan. J. P. Harlan. J. I*. Harlan, ., . . . A. E. Hinckley, . . . F. W. Garrison, . . . Oren Crockett. Mayme I. Fisher. . . Joseph Kauffman, . W. A. Wellman, . . . J. W. Merrill. J. M. Molloy, . W. M. Chandler, . . . J. L. Henegar. J. L. Henegar. J. L. Henegar. W. M. Chandler, . . W. M. Chandler. W. M. Chandler, . . W. M. Chandler, . . W. M. Chandler, . . W. M. Chandler, . . E. Cecil Parker, . . . E. Cecil Parker, . . . E. Cecil Parker, . . . W. A. Shaw. . . .$ 73.55 ... 76.87 . . . 51.25 ... 79.92 ... 104.84 ... 87.12 ... 400.06 ... 400.00 . . . 360.00 ... 450.00 . . . 360.00 . . . 300.00 ... i 6.00 . . . 56.00 ... 50.00 . . . 50.00 . . . 50.00 . . . 64.00 ... 64.00 ... 44.00 . . . 28.00 ... 4 8*00 bG.OU . . . 50.00 . . . 62.65 187.35 12. 5Ö' The following bills for Incidental Office expenditures of the various offices examined and allowed. F. E. Smith.•.! J. P. Harlan. Joseph Kauffman, . F. W. Garrison. Grajtgeville Electric Light & Power Co.,* Lamps for Court as 1 house 26.13 25.10 43.98 22.60 -.10 Board adjourned until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. S. M. Snyder, cnairntan. it is of ,, . . allowed and ordered paid. „ . ! Red Globe Pharmacy, bill recon . , . , , , sideted and the balance 01 »6.60 01 - , . , derea Paid. Salary Bills. ,, „ , , I. F. Edwards. . . T. F. Edwards. Chas. Hall. J. B. Dickson. S. M. Snyder. J. B. Dickson, expense Co. Commissioner. Chas. llall, exitense County j Commissioner. Is. M. Snyder, expense County Commissioner. Attest. Joseph Kauffman, Clerk. r Orofino, Idaho, April 15th, 1919. Board met pursuant to adjourn ment of all' members yesterday, being present whereupon tne follow-, ing proceedings were had, to-wit; The following bills examined and Z40.00 41.66 175.00 175.00 175.00 . 9.20 1 1 . 6 O oJ.30 \V. Merrill, expenses I'ro hate Judge. Cecil Parker, expensesCo. -.06 E. ! Supt. 32.09 County Aid ending Apr. 1. 1>. Co wen, James Monroe, for Jessie Smith. Sirs. H. H. Bole. Margaret Carrol. Orofino Red Cross. .. 136.44 AI this lime the Board and Coun ty Auditor examined the accounts aj«d books of the County Treasurer and found to he correct. At this time County Auditor I chasing agent for the county, ' A. E Hinckley, resigned. Board adjourned until tomorrr morning at 9 o'clock. for Quarter 12, 1919. 60.00 8.33 8.67 I 4 5.00. i Joseph Kauffman, ,is appointed pm Vlei S. M. Snyder, Chairman Attest. Joseph Kauffman. Clerk. Orofino, Idaho, Apr. 16th. 1919 j Board met pursuant to adjourn- | ! ment of yesterday, all members be ing present the following ings were had. to-wit: Bills examined and (Continued on page S) proceed allow* (j and « _ The banks used to buy United State* bonds bearing 2 per cent interest be fore the war. That's how good the credit of the United States Is. The $U*0 you put into a Victory Lib erty Bond will be worth $125 plus in terest when prices settle down. A dol lar la worth what you can buy with It If you want to be successful, learn to save. purchasing W. S. S. regularly. Acquire the habit through Don't forget that your War Savings pledge Is a personal, binding obliga tlon and the Government expects you to fulfill It by purchasing 1919 War Savings Stamps. Every little blt^added to what you have makes Just a l'ttle bit more. Get the Thrift Stamp habit! CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale by H. 0. Phillips. Fifteen head of horses, weights from 1100 to 1700 pounds. Ages 6 to 9 years. Will be sold very cheap, located at Greer. Write or pnone. Right Kind of Shoe Repairing. Just to let you know tne right place to get the right kind of shoe work done at the right price, at Osborn's shop, opposite Post Office. He knows how. We are in the market for Ranch and Range Wools. Phone us at our Mark Means Co., Lewis 5-9-4L expense, ton Idaho. All kinds of stoves and furniture at Bullock's Second Hand Store. Coming.—The Wild Cat of Pari*. FOR SALE—cheap, one second-hand car. Phone 483. Mrs. I. M. Anderson. If you wish a good home in an ideal cattle country Inquire of, W. C. Harkness, Grangemont, Ida ho. Phone 646. For Sale by E. T. Chapin Co. Eight head of good farm horses. Weight from 1400 to 1600 pounds. Ages 7 to 10 years old. Located 3 miles east of Greer. Mr. Dairyman, who is the para site in the dairy business, the com pany that says oleomargarine is as good as butter, or the one who claims butter has no substitute? MUTUAL CREAMERY COMPANY. Lewiston Idaho. » Men Wanted. The Potlatch Lumber Co., at Elk River, are badly in need of 'men for the various branches of the lumbering Industry. Wages $3.76 and upward for eight hours work. Patronize Yoor Home Jeweler. The watch maker tells us, if we in tend to buy a watch, it is best to get one made in America, on account of repairs. All american watches are standardized and thousands of new parts are made in the factories daily, which will fit without further adjust ment, while the repairs to ajswiss watch have to be fitted entailing an extra charge. F. I. Lindgren. BUSINESS CARDS DR. H. D. BRITAN DENTIST Office in the Burns Block. Orofino, Idaho. DR. E. W. HORSWILL Physician & Surgeon Office and Residence Buescher residence Orofino. Idaho F. ELLIOTT SMITH Attorney-at-Law Orofino, Idaho NUF SED! GO TO THE GARDNER HOUSE to eat when in Weippe. Mrs. Hazel Gardner, Prop. HOTEL OROFINO Rates $1.50 to $2.50. Sanitary Kitchen. Clean Beds American. Plan. Quick Service Outside Rooms. Sample Room OUR MOTTO- "Courtesy to all Guette" N. O. H$Ik»om, Proprietor*. Orofino. Idaoh. WE HANDLE ONLY ONE KIND OF GASOLINE ki z %ov& MOB1LOILS FOR SALE E. H. Atherton ■v OREGON NURSERY CO. STOCK I have on hand Fruit Trees of all varieties for .fall planting. CLARENCE LaFOREST, Agt. P. O. BOX 154. OROFINO. IDAHO. miHiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiilliliililiillllliiiiiliiiiiiiiiimy Kamiah Marble and Granite Works I 5 E Manufacturer and Dealer in Monumental and Cemetery Work I Kamiah Granite I and importer of all I foreign granites = and marbles. Best of Machinery | for Polishing, | Cutting and § Engïaving | Prompt delivery to any part of the Clearwater country E KAMIAH, IDAHO. | NiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHititiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiim E = KARL C. FRANK, Prop. Dodge Brothers Motor Car ¥ I n V / It has come to be known as a sub stantial car. and naturally that has attracted it to substantial people. When a man comes in to buy, he is thinking of the freedom from annoy* ance he will enjoy in its ownership. It will pay you to visit us and examine this car. The gasoline consumption is un usually low. The tire mileage is un usually high. Place your order now for future de livery or you may be disappointed. H. P. HANSON OROFINO, IDAHO MONEY to LEND 6 1-21 / Farm Loans on Mix-Wa!rath [Realty Co. $100 Rew LfÜ, $100 The readers of mis paper win ha pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science ha* been able to cute In all Its stages and that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building np the con stitution and assisting nature in doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In the curative powers of Hall's Cstarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any care that It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY ft CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, 76c.