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j OFFICIAL PAPER OF CLEARWATER COUNTY FRIDAY, .JI NK, 20. 1 H >. OROFINO, CLEARWATKR COUNTY. IDAHO VOLUME VIII NUMBER 12 I 1 j ! Solicit Business from Farmers is Orofino Cream ery Is Assured —Will Manufacture Butter, Ice Cream and Ice. J. Weisenfluh, of Stltes reached Orofino Tuesday, to com F. i : pany w ith C. H. Fde, Cashier of the | Bank of Orofino and Benj. R. Schmid, - Cashier of the Fidelity j plete arrangements for the location of a new creamery at the county Mr. Eeisenfluh in com seaet. State Bank, made a trip, by car, on Gilbert j -Wednesday, through th^ section, returning by way of Peck 1 and up the river. Quite a number i of farmers were Interviewed and sufficient support promised to war rant the establishment of the cream ery in the near future. Mr. Weisenfluh is an experienced operator and is considéra- j creamery outlook. I bly encouraged with He intends to manufacture butter, j ice cream and ice for local use and I the lutside shipment. The location of this new business ' ' venture, at Orofino, will be an im portant addition to the county seat as a collecting and distributing | point for dairy products. The interest evinced by the farm-; ers and business men of this local- ' ity, Insures a steady growth and j prosperous future for our latest in fant indostry. Mr. Weisenfluh is also, particu larly attracted to our thriving little village, by the xecellent school fac ilities of the county seat. The con-! templated improvements in our pub-1 lie school equipment is already at- j tracting attention and will probably j bring scholars from outlying sec- ] tions to take advantage of the up-1 to-date Orofino schools. ! ! New Wood Yard. A new wood yard Is about to be j opened in Orofino, in the near : future, by Blaine and co. will purchase wood from the ranch- ; ers in the timber and do their haul ing with a Ford truck, which they have lately purchased. The new firm will probably handle coal this fall I. L. Young, who purchased the Sanders place. Is one of the members of this new fuel firm. They I Methodist Church. People attending the Chautauqua will find the League room at the ; church at their disposal for a rest room. Services for Sunday, June 22: Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m„ subject, "Ye Must Be Born Again"; Epworth League at 7 p. m. Strangers and all others invited to these servtees. F. L. MOORE, pastor. II Four Ways to Benefit Yourself by One Small Act i s ix You may hate business and social prestige; Furnish yourself protection agaüut a twice-presented bill; Provide a legal receipt for every expenditure ; Inspire confidence—build credit. and secure other advantages by opening a Checking Account in a strong, reliable, tion like the I i financial Institu 1 Bank of Orofino * j 2 ! 5 MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $30.000. 5 Percent. On Savings and Certifiicates of Deposit. / 2 2 S| 2' = Î* IDAHO I O R O F I N O , ïîtliltlIIIIIItlIUPUlltilllliltlillIlHIIIIUMIItMIIIIIIHIHIIIItMilllllllHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIItlIllll Fraser Wins From Peck. The ball game last Sunday be I tween Eraser and Peck, at the latter 1 place, resulted in a victory for j the Fraser nine by a score of 14 to ! 10. This was the first game this season between the two teams and! is sported ^ interesting and exciting exhibition of ball. Their second game wiii be played on the grounds of the victors in last Sun day's game, on July 6. If Peck wins the game on the 6th, the de ciding game will be played at Oro ttno at some future date. The Fraser nine is boasting of its record, of which it has a perfect; i right to be proud, as out of seven : batles only one has been lost, it. being the first game played here | Orofino being the victor. Moreov er, the Fraser team is strictly ' a | home product, all of the players j j coming from the same local precinct. . j 1 i Iver Iverson III at Davenport. County Treasurer, Oren Crockett, received a telegram from Davenport, Wash., at 11 a. m. Monday morn ing, advising him of the serious illness of Iver Iverson. Mr. Crock ett and Ills sister, Mrs. Oscar Aus j tin, departed for the Big Bend b> Mr. Aus I auto at 2 p. m. Monday. j tin received a menage Tuesday af ternoon that Iver I pneumonia but, at that time, was as stricken with ' some better. ' | ' j j j ] Explosion at-Tane's Mill. The explosion which occurred at Tane's mill, last Friday forenoon, was evidently caused by over pres sure of steam. It is apparent that the steam guage was not register ing correctly, and considerably more pressure was being exerted the guage showed, fireman, was slightly injured about the face with flying cinders. The ! effect of the explosion was expert that Jack Clark, the enced some distance from the mill ! and the report was plainly heard in Mr. Tane has been Orofino. unfortunate in his milling ventures, having been burned out not long since at the same place_ where the explosion occurred. very be j : ; arrived in Orofino Sunday after noon - and atter a trl P lnt0 the on Fords Creek, departed on Monday's mornlng, N train. Mr. Bush was here to appraise some school l»«* <"» the breaks of Fords Creek through which the old road passes and which will be sold by the State State Sell Land. Ben Bush, State Land Selecter. this summer. I Hind End Collision. Mr. Laurence, of the Madison the ; ! Lumber Co., ran into the rear end of E. U. Falen's truck, while driving and battered radiator on the I stble Ford. John Oud's Ford, Wednesday even ing. The accident happened in front of Atherton's blaksmitli shop and the only damage done was a îrrepres t ^ • j r» i> Junior Chautauqua to Be Organized By Miss rate.— a Pageant and Sunday Evening Lecture Are .. • fx Big Numbers. Pre-gram. Chautauqua Opens Today Features of Local Interest The Big Ellison- White Chautau qua starts today. The big tent and paraphernalia came in last evening and was pitched on the old tennis ; ground near the high school build ing. The season ttekets have prac-1 tically all been sold and everything 1 | is set for the successful amusement j of the people of Orofino and OUl-; . lying districts. Season tickets will still be on sale ! by local merchants today at $3.00 for adults, $1.80 for students and | $1.20 for children. Saturday morn : ing. when the accounts of the local conmmittee are turned over *to the ; Chautauqua officials, the price or season tickets will go up to $3.50 The price of admission to single numbers range from 39 cents to 83 cents, and will be found under each number of the program printed be low. Miss Carrie Fate, Junior Chautau qua supervisor, arrived yesterday and will organize a Junior Chautau qua today. On the last night of Program FRIDAY Afternoon—Opening Announcements of the Week, Chautauqua Director International Trio Concert Admission 39c. International Trio Evening -—Concert Prelude Lecture Entertainment —"The Oriental Pagent" Julius Nayplie Admission 55 c. SATURDAY—VICTORY DAY The Overseas Quartet . . . .Joel W. Eastman Afternoon—Prelude Lecture—"Hidden Things". Admission 5 5c The Overseas Quartet "A Guest of the Kaiser".. Sergeant Artnur Gibbons Famous Canadian Writer and Lecturer with remarkable Story of life in German Prison CampS. Admission 83c —"Songs of the Yank«" Lecture Evening SUNDAY Morning —Usual Services at Churches. Afternoon—Sacred Concert..• Zedeler Symphonic Quintet Admission 55c Zedler Symphonic Quintet "The Needs of the Hour". ,G. D. Alden Evening -—Sacred Concert Prelude Inspirational Lecture Admission 83c MONDAY—BAND DAY Castellucci's Concert Band "Sunset Program for Rocking Chair Row"....Bess Morrison Admission 55c Afternoon—-Concert Castellucci's Concert Band Evening —Concert One of the best bands In the west this year. Bess Gearhart Morrison Added Feature One of the Country's best Entertainers. Admission 83c a TUESDAY The Parnells Afternoon-—Musical Entertainment Lecture—"Some By-Products of Armageddon," Dr. R. Sutcliffe Admission 39c .The Parnells .J. C. He-beman Evening —Musical Entertainment.-. Lecture—"Awake Ye Dry Bones!" .. Admission 55c WEDNESDAY Earl Hippie Concert Company Lecture—"Bricks* Without Straw" .... Marshall Louis Mertlns Admission 39c "Joy Night"_Pageant—"Uncle Sam's Experiment", Junior Chautauqua Earl Hippie Concert Company Afternoon—Concert Prelude Joyous Closing Concert A Program Packed with Melody and "Musical Fire-Works." Admission 55c Odd Follows Entertained at Kamiah. The Odd Fellows and Rebeccas, of this section of Idaho, had a grand last Friday reunion at Kamiah, night. Quite a number of the mem bers of the Orofino lodges were In attendance, and a large number of the fraternity Vent from the Tea kean and Cavendish localities, meeting was honored by the pres of Grand Master J, P. Isaacs. Secretary The ence of Spirit Lake, Prasley Horne, of Caldwell, and Mrs. Lillian Lanktree, President of Grand the The de Rebecca State Assembly, gree work was exemplified and was an lntrestlng and valuable lesson to The Rebec * j the attedlng members. 2 ! cas of Kamiah banquetted the vislt 5 jots, and the feast was thoroughly S'enjoyed by all present. 2 The members from *ne Teakran S| country went by car. and left Kam 2' tah about 2:30 a. m. on their return = Quite a number of Orofino visitors Î* went by train the big week the Juniors will put on a pageant, "Uncle Sam's Experl ; nient," under Miss Fate's direction. Julius Caesar Nayphe, with the aid ,,f local young ladies, will enter 1 tain tonight in the "Oriental Page ant ." apP ea The local young ladies will r in different costuming in Another aiding with this number. ! number strongly advertised by the Chautauqua | tional lecture of Judge Geo. D. Al people is the inspira : d en . on Sunday evening, t(en ' s subject will be "The need of ; t |,p |tliat his ability as a speaker is un Mr. Al Hour," and it is understood excelled. The complete program as it will the week The Junior Chau will be during found below, tauqua will occur every morning at occur certs at 2:30: afternoon lectures at 3:00; evening concerts at 7:30 and evening lectures at 8:00 9:00 o'clock; the afternoon con Moscow Plans Big Celebration. Moscow Is planning to entertain one of the largest crowds ever con gregated in Us limits, on July 3rd, 4th and 5th, at the time of its big Gov celebration. honme coming ernor D. W. Davis will deliver the soldier's welcoming address and read the honor rolls of Clearwater, Latah. Idaho. Lewis and Nez The program on the j Perce counties. 3rd will be under the auspices of : Other features on ; exhibition flights the noted the Elk's lodge. the program are: by government planes.: cowboy hand of Orangeville: boxing and wrestling; base ball tournament with music, dancing and carnivals All vet numerous other features, erans In uniform will be qdmltted free to attractions fuit on by the chamber of commerce. Orofino people seeking the usual patriotic amusemnts usually held on Independence day would fully satis fy their desires by going to Moscow i on the 4th and 5th. Mrs. Fritan Commended. Mrs. Il I). Britan lately received I a commendatory letter, serv ice pin ! and official certificate for efficient and patriotic service as chairman or j the Clearwater County Chapter or! the Red Cross. Folowing is a copy of the communication, much prized I by Mrs. Britan. Northwestern Dlv. Red Cross. Seattle, Wash., June 15, 1919.1 I My dear Mrs. Britan: It gives me much pleasure to en- 1 close, herewith, official certificate and service pin of the American I Red Cross, in testimony of your ef- j a fictent and patriotic service, as chairman of the Clearwater Co. ! As Division Manager, 1 am in I position to know how greatly your work and influence have contributed ' I to the splendid achievements of the (Tearwater Co. Chapter. The real reward lfas. of course, the work itself, but I trust this little recognition will serve to carry to you the apprécia tiou of the Division Office, for your untiring efforts, and for your court leous and vigorous co-operation with i this office. Chapter. in Al- i from come of Al Slncerely yours, C. D. Stimson. Division Mgr. 1 be at Kamiah to Celebrate. Kamiah will celebrate the 4 th j and 5th of July. There wTll be at- patriotic speaking and a program in the forenoon of Independence day. Music will be furnished by the Woodland-Kamiuli band. Other features are a ball game between the Kamiah Indians and some team picked from the prairie leugue, foot races, games and all kinds of street sports, wrestling tournament, danc ing, shows and movies and numerous other numbers. Orofino Couple Wed. Win. Ntesham and Miss Lillie Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Simpson, of Eureka Ridge, were married in Lewiston, last Fri day. and arrived in Orofino on Sat urday's afternoon train. The happy couple were met at the train by the joint Feminine anc( Junior Band and after a vigorous production of typical wedding musical numbers, acompanied the newlyweds to the Hotel Orotino, where the serenad ing finished, for Freezeout, via to this frigid lookout, via Clarke, where the honeymoon will be pass ed on the cool heights of this tow T -1 The groom departed Headquarters, ering peak. Chas. Fisher Gets Good Position. Chas. A. Fisher departed for Bovil, Sunday morning, to enter the service of the Potlatch Lumber Com pany. Mr. Fisher has acepted a position as Auditor of the Woods Dept., of the above named milling company. His extended experience in the woods, through his former connection, as Supervisor, with the government forestry service, and, of the Clear Sec re ta ry-T rasu re r water Timber Protective Association, has supplied him with a fund of knowledge that will be of great value In his new position. Mr. Fisher is an expert accountant and eminently qualified for his new, Ini portant duties. You Why We Can Give Good Service i 5 - = The close "personal' contact which we endeavor to maintain to gether with the strength of this string of banks enables ns to give each individual the most intelligent service possible. 1 S = S I If you are contemplating opening a bank account, we would be pleased to have yon call or write ns. 5 per cent paid on time certificates. i 5 I 5 J* 2 :S |2 5 FIDELITY STATE BANK Under State Inspection for your protection. MEMBER AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION. _ 5 _ jjj a " Benj. R. Schmid. Cas fiber K. C. XVittman. As't Cash. S <7 en. H. Waterman. President Br. J. M. Fairly. Vice Presidel Orofino, Idaho i ^iHtiiiiiiiitimiiiitiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiuminmiiiinimiiiiiiiiimimnniiiiiHiiiiiNtHujiiHU % Tn«,«,..«.!*., H' V>l0111ITIllflit Y llC" ! • j /"V £• j IllC 31 OÏHÎCj^ I 1 I The Orofino Commercial Club hebt j a meeting at the Social and Clvcs Club rooms, in the Burns and ! Brown block, Wednesday evening, to arrange for a eomunity picnic ou I Thursday afternon, July 3rd. Chair man F. E. Smith appointed a gen ' erul committee to arrange for th > event consisting of Mesdames Nofts gel', Affleck and Schmid. S. R. Swunteck, C. H. Ede and Ellis I Small. The picnic will be held at the community grove, on Orofino creek , about a quarter of a mile up the creek from the school buildings, A general invitation Is extended to all and those attending are re quested to bring their lunches. The assemblage will be honored by the presence of Governor D. W. Davis, who will address the meeting. Music will be one of the features and a general good time is expected. This program will not Interfere with contemplated celebrations in other sections, and will be an op portune time to commune together and hear and meet Mr. D. W. Dayla the governor of the Gem State. Committee Appointed to Com plete Plans.—Governor Will Speak. th be in Sells 41 Columbia Machines. That the people of Orofino amt adjacent communities are rare lovers of good music is evidenced by the sales of the Columbia Grafonolai the of the j public demand for grafonolas and ; records at present, as the local T -1 salesman has had orders in for some made by Affleck, one of the local druggist^ five of these machines since Monday of this week; the purchasers being, D. C. Keyes. Henry Hoesly, Clinton Blaine,' John Grasser and S. R. Wheeler. An etching of the latest improved Columbia model can ba seen in Mr. fifth page of this issue, states that forty-one machines of this model have been sold and de livered since the 1st of January this year. The Colmbula peopls» j seem to be unable to supply the Mr. Affleck has sold Affleck's ad on the He also time for seven machines and about 1000 records on which shipment has been delayed for want or a surplus manufactured supply. for the Picnics at Grangemont and Gilbert. a Grangemont and Gilbert. two country communities, will each cel« brate this year. Grangemont will have public speaking, a picnic dtn ner and general sports os Friday, the the 4th. Gilbert will célébrât* th^ and, fifth of July and thbl* program will consist of speaking, a picnic dinner, sports and a ball gama hP-i of tween Gilbert and Fraser. Orotfptf great ; people preferring a quiet celebvattm! Mr. : a car ride and a good country feed and ! with lots of fun, would do well to Ini- 1 go to Grangemont or Gilbert on the day of celebration.