VVHAT YOUR FRIENDS AND
NEIGHBORS ARE DOING
C. Snyder made a trip toj A
the passenger Wednes-j lah.
.. y ist
was an outgoing
Tuesdays morning I
was an outgoing
Sunday morning for Lew
went to Kendrick
to complete a !
I h 's
Fred Trotzkey was an outgoing , the
.«enger on Saturday's morning j
8 in for Colville. Wash. ; J
sifing J° b -
!rs Jas. West was
for Lewiston on the morn
p train today.
and Mrs. O. H. Holmherp
...nt to Peck Sunday for a short
'j^it with relatives.
, „ w crantpton. of Weippe. was a
. linger on Saturday's outgoing
Portfors. of the Clear
took the morning
-, ter Garage
rain tor Spokane Tuesday.
n W. Crow of Ahsahka. was an
trofino visitor Tuesday and depart
•d for home Wednesday morning.
-tv and Mrs. A. H. Kauffman
ere outgoing passengers for Spo- ton
Sunday's morning train. | lhe
Chas. Wiley of Gilbert, departed ! with
Saturday's morning train, to Making
daughter residing at Culdesac. 1 iston
hew Boehl came over from Craig-j
tout on Tuesday's train and de- 1 Shea,
ar ted for home Thursday morning. , end
Pev J. -A. Hoffmann, pastor of <Ie
Methcdist church, was a passen- |
Monday's outgoing train for I ;
Ted Blake departed for Elk River ! por
Ü« morning and will probably re-!
ji/n at the mill town during the '
1 Albert Johnson departed for Kcl-1 to
logg this morning, where he intends
to secure employment during the
»inter months. j
Joseph Kauff-1 the
Dr. Horswill and
man were passengers Monday morn-j
ing for Spokane and returned on 1
Wednesday's afternoon train.
Engineer Vanalrsdalc of Lewiston.
v hn has b<-en surveying for the ! P
Gilbert Good Roads District, depart-1
«d for Lewiston this morning. ;P'S
Mrs. M. Loff, daughter of O. F. I
Loseth, of Forest View
reached Orofino Thursday afternoon,|
front Canada, with her three daugh- j
W. A. Wellman, representing the
Northern Mutual Life Insurance
Co., departed for Lewiston and the,
prairie country on Monday's morn
Theo Fohl, Secretary of the
Clearwater Timber Protective Asso
dation, made a business trip to
Lewiston Sunday, returning on Mon
Mr. Green, representing the L'.-yv
Mon Tribune, was
in Orofino last Friday, and
<'1*91 the river on the morning train
E. V Beck, receiver for thp de
funct Orofino Highway district
transacting business at. the county
seat in connection rvith the closing
tip of the hghyvay affairs.
Lester Vanarsdale, yyho has been
in the government employ, as com
ntisary clerk, at Oxford Headquart
ers, came in Thursday after a sea- fh
sons work on the fo« i>a«rol.
•J O'Connell, clerk in the office
f, f E. J. Brlghant. of the Clearwater -
Timber Co . Spokane, was an Oro
fino visitor last Friday and departed
for home Saturday morning.
When your children start to school many new items of
school supplies will be required,
needs and have assembled a stock of up-to-date
We have anticipated their
Select Tablets, Pencils, Rules, Slates, Drawing Outfits,
Straps and other thiuas from our stock.
Your children may come by themselves and be assured
the same courteous treatment which we give to the ^rown-ups
help the boy and irirl get started right by furmsh
Our prices are reasonable.
ing their first outfit,
Is a Refuge for Tired,
OWL DRUG Co.
THE REX ALL STORE
toj A tl.a- j. Witkow.ki. m chewa-i
lah. Wash., end Miss Edith M K n. I
M'f Gilb' rt. W' re united in marria-I
• nt be t hristnn parsons . on Wen I
ne.'-daj afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Up worth League
ciutit-t of th« evening -1
•vice at till
• ncay. The
and a short address
tant will consist of
by the pastor.
Orofino W. c. T V. will 1
November --nd ,, 0 " t '" Uo " da >' !
building, p'roreeds f row to °b^ I
^ ÿ an orphan !
- w elcome^ prCV!d< ' d and every |
" Clronie -
countv 1 1
commissioner J. B. Dickson denari'.,
ed or. Saturday's morning pa-senger I [
for Drain. Oregon, öfter a visit with !
I h 's eon. at Gilbert. Ben accomplir- ji
I 'ed his father as far a- Rin'.ria on
, the Snake River
; J S. Lehman of the Teakean
country was doing business in Oro-!
equipment and has for saie one of i Hon
the best SO's in the Little Potlatch 1 z *
* j of
of Gilbert, and!
w-ere passengers on j
I Monday's morning train for Lew is-1
academy last fall
L. Dickson, father of
Thursday and departed
W. H. Phar
ton M)w Vj ,
| lhe Mllton 0reKon __
! with high honors, and now intends,
to Making a business course at the Lew- -
1 iston business college. j ,
Charles Crumpacker and P. R j
de- 1 Shea, rival candidates on the demo-! in
, end republican ticket- respectively, i He
of <Ie P ar ted on Tuesday's morning pas
| Mr. Crumpacker
for I ; and x,r - ' c hea oesiined to Ppo
1 Lane. Although political rivals thev !
they should be. friendly op- it.
! por ept
Miss E. Cecil Parker, county sun-j
I erin tendent of schools, went to Elk
I River, via Bpokane Mondav morning !
Kcl-1 to visit the Elk River schools. The ;
necessity of a direct highway to Elk
the River is a much needed improve
j nient, as evidenced by the fact that
the nulckest route to that point at
(present is via Spokane.
A topic of universal Interest
will be discussed at the Methodist
church Sunday morning, when the
, ... ,
the ! P as,f "; will preach on "The Modern
Meaning of Sabbath Observance.'
;P'S oas been a much-discussed sub
1 bu< if will be tr«-ated from a
F. I different standpoint from that
]y resorted to. instead of the theo
logical discussion, it will be a con
j sidération of the subject from the
standpoint of humanity's needs and
rights. The pastor urges a large at
tendance at this service, and all who
the, have any concern m the welfare of
humanity are invited to attend.
U. S. Mix. republican candidate
for state senator. F. E. Smith, prose
cuting attorney. Effie McCollum, re
publican candidate for county
treasurer. ElPs Small and J. W.
Scott went to Elk River last Monday
where they attended a republican
the rally. Ex-governor Frank R. Oood
Asso- Big. republican candidate for United
to states senator, was the principal
Mon- speaker of the evening and was re
ceived by an audience of about 200
enthusiastic people Mr. Small, I
ls . assisted by Mr. Scott, orriciated in |
his usual capacity w hich is that of '
satisfying the palate,
for the republicans at Elk River is
reported to be good.
AMERICAN LEGT0N NOTICE
The regular monthly meetings of
sea- fh clear%va1er Post No. 52. Amerl
v ill he resumed begin-1
November 2nd. !
■hen the first meeting yvili he j
The meetings were discontln -1
on account of aj
office ning or
- 1920, yy
tied last spring
large number tf members being utt
atu ml du: i; t h,
roqueted to be pro
. th •; Urn qui tin.- o .
s-ar.izing a rtfh club will bi taken*
1 he latest national returns
l. of whirl
' and the
'ta I of '
9k. 169 votes on
■ h r."Ps.462
cast 1 <19 to
. nun fia .•( Hardie
,6S! - votes and Cox 241 620 vote-
"omen gav H
■ and Cox 74.47.
t( st state retur
s show a total
for Hardin« and
for Cox, a total of 10.719
1 BLIND HUSBANDS
! The ambition of Eric
I thfd ' vho . cree *'' d ,h( baratter of.
! ^^th^.^tt^ÂÂ '
| Humanity." is to become the most i
hated vili.an on the screen.
1 1 " ''h *hie men he w ill succeed,
*' ,1 ' th< * ' vom 'that is a dif -1
I [ Prent sto |'y- for Stroheim has writ- :
! ' direc t pd and starred in a pic-'
ji ft " h V' h he nf: the
mM<h, | ,Uii lov, ' serpent that ever!
<r(pt lnto an Kder.'s garden of will-!
Stroheim w rote directed and
p,Bye ' d thf " leading part -a. villipn-1
one—in '"Rlind Husbands."
nivessra *'s quality feature coming to I
I" ex Theatn . and Julian John-1
of i Hon ' tdltor of 'he Photoplay Maga
1 z * Re - d( ''' lar '"' the result to be
* j of tnose miraculou*
of,, ' n occur in novels, but
j real life.
von St ro
- om- of the most conservative and re -1
j , ept lew crlticF ln the motlon picturo
j field, but Mr. Johnson is unstinted'
in his laudation of Stroheim's effort *
i He says further. "It is a flawless pic-!
Mr. Johnson, himself, in praising
i urheard thing, for h(
does an almost
is known as
j tune- an absorbingly interesting one j
I —a powerful one.
I know because 1 have just seen
it. and certainly I was
as much sur
Directors no more
.pried as any.
spring full-armed from their
intentions than do writers or com
posers, or piavrights. nut Stroheim
did—proving that nothing is so con
tradictory as life."
Another amazing feature of the i
entire production is that it is the j
first and only picture this man ever
Oct. 21. 22 and 23 "The Stiver
Horde" by Rex Beach. Also Pathej
Oct. 25. 26 and 27—"Man and His,
Money," with Tom Moore. Also Bray For
"Blind Hus- !
Also Pathe I
28. 29 and 30
(Subject to change)
LC0ÄL FOLKS WILL HERR
in | editor of the Lyceum Magazine, who
of ' j s t 0 speak here as the next number
0 f t h e local lecture series, is one of
the most unique, best known and best j
loved men on the platform,
not an entertainer nor a funny man. j
the audience enjoys every minute
' and laughs every little while.
; does not profess to Vie an orator, yet i
RALPH PARLETTE DISCUSS
BIG BUSiilcSS GF LIFE
Author of "University of Hard Krocks"
and Editor of Lyceum Macazino
Is to Lecture Here Soon.
he sways Ills audience by the supreme
He will discuss
I power of his oriitory.
! "The Big Business of Life."
i Mr. I'arlette is ulso well known as :
I the author of "The University of Hard ]
Knocks" and other publications which
««> Or™...."»- H- I»"
I lectured In probably every slate in
' the unitm und every province of Uan
! adH, and there are no bi t 1 er ; known
universally Hked lectuiers to
! or more
I day than Mr. Parletie.
j aH ' the "Orator of Good Cheer and
' his lectures are always yof universal
i appeal. Ills most popular subjects
arc "Wltv I quit Lying,'' ''Hurrahs ant
i Heroes" and "The University of Hard
Wednesday, Nov. 3
paid mivkk itskmknt
Chas. H. Crumpacker
Democratic candidate for
elected 1 will perform the
i Duties of this office to th<
j my ability with justice
niaiite toward none."
to all and
warren g karding
For Vice President
For Presidential Electors
HARRY 0. MiDOUGALL
MRS. ROBERT McREA
R. J. COMSTOCK
PERRY M. HARDING
For CnHed States Senator
FRANK R. GOODING
For Rcmesentatives in Cenvess
First Conrevsional District
BURTON L. FRENCH
D. W. DAVIS
For Lieutenant Governor
C. C. MOORE
Foi' Justice of the Supreme Court
ROBERT N DUNN
WILLIAM A. LEE
Conditional 6 Yea- Term
CHAS. P. MoCARTHY
Conditional 4 Yeat Term
For Secretary of State
ROBERT 0. JONES
For State Auditor
E. G. GALLET
For State Treasurer
d: f. banks
For Attorney General
ROY L. BLACK
For Superintendent of Public In
ETHEL E. REDFIELD
For Insnector of Mines
For State Senator
ULYSSES S. MIX
For Representative in the State
RUPERT H BAILEY
For Countv Treasurer and Ex-officio
Tax Coilectnv and Public
EFFIE E McCOLLUM
P. R. SHEA
For Probate Judsre
SEYMOUR M. SNYDER
For Prosecuting Attorney
FRANK ELLIOTT SMITH
For School Superintendent
EVELYN S. MERWIN
JOHN P. HARLAN
JAKE C. BULLOCK
T. F. EDWARDS
For Conntv Commissioner
WILLIAM -T. WHITE
For Countv Commissioner
J. B DICKSON
For Conntv Commissioner
4 room house in Glen
Inquire TV. T. Bennell.
FOR SALE CHEAP Ford oar just
overhauled. Good rubber. Inquire
A. S. Frazier.
FOR SALE Baled hay in car lots.
I Irwin Goldsmith, 1922 Albany St..
! Ciildyvell, Idaho.
Four registered Short
Inquire Job Snyder.
Hard ] of D. L. Webb.
I»" COR Ä
; FOR RENT— 5 room modem house,
near Orofino High School. Inquire
to- Kf)R SALE Two horses, very cheap.
one yvork horse and one riding
See E. A. Wise at Trading
Co. or-call piione 99X.
Potlatch. J. S.
Address Box 16.2
! FOB SALE
and orchard. Good house.
' tiiile front Orofino.
1 Orofino. Idaho.
! WOODWORTH COMMISSION CO..
Union Stock Yards. Seattle. AVe
sell all classes of livestock,
munity shipment;' a specialty. Write
Wire us for market quetation or
any information desired.
Can You Beat It?
Fisk Tires are absolutely
guaranteed as to mileage
and adjustment is made
directly by local dealer.
Sold exclusively by
Orofino Auto Company
Light bills are now due
and payable at the company
office before the 10th of
Light & Power Co.
Insurance at 60c per
$100 to December 31
We are preparad to write crop
insurance covering against loss by
fire in the field, the threshing haz
ard and in storage at a rate of 60
cents per $100.00 to December 31.
We also in
Less for shorter term,
sure threshing machines.
SEE US FOR ANY
LINE OF INSURANCE
Mix-Walrath Realty Co.
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