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Clearwater Republican
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Per Year In Advance.
Entered March 12, 1912, as sei
tud ( lass mail matter in the post
office at Orofino, Idaho, under the
Act of Congress of March 3, 1 b79.
A. E. GILLESPIE. PUBLISHER
I
ERIDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1920
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WHERE DOES THE SJ8 FEE G0?ith
Townie Lei'cr.e D:es lint Seem to
Function in Idaho or Elsewhere
The main trouble with the fan
err in the section around Weiser is j
that they have no organization and j
no one to take the lead in matters,
of this kind. Farmers are organ-j
ized almost everywhere elst and it
in evident they are re reiving re
cognition, but the farmers here are
too indifferent to the things neeful
to their own welfare. They "have
t.o time" to get together and pre
pare to meet just such contingen
cies, but they will spend twice as i
much time running to town to pio
.tect their credit when the pinch
comes. They also kick against the
f»w dollars necessary to keep up an
organization for their own protec
tion, but will lose hundreds and
thousands through the manipula
tions of speculators because they
are not organized and looking after
their own business.— Weiser Signa).
What's the matter with the
Non-partisan league arrangement
brought here from North Dakota for
the purpose ot rescuing the farmer
from middlemen and speculators?
And so farmers "have no organiza
tion and no one to take the lead"
tn the matter of organization. What
has Ray McKaig been doing in Ida
ho for the past five years, assisted
by Hank Samuels, the editor of the
Weist r Signal and the Townley
"kept press?" The farmers of Ida
ho have been hornswoggled out of
thousands of dollars by smooth or
ganizers who made them believe
that the Nonpartisan league would
turn the state government over to
them, build them terminal ware
houses and elevators and make the
other fellows pay the taxes. But
all the league hirelings did was to j
rake in membership fees and have a
good time at the expense of the
downtrodden farmer.
And they are still at it. A few
days ago Samuels was "orator of
the day" at a meeting held at Nam
pa for the purpose of "reorganizing
the league." It needs It. But what
happened to it on November 2 puts
it beyond repair. It is a hopeless
wreck. The plan is to start a mem
bership drive, not for the benefit of
the farmer, but for the benefit of a <
depleted treasury and if possible
tide over the kept press for an
other two years. When it comes
to picking up easy money you've
got to hand it to the Townley |
in
to
ed
or
a
its
SOLD OUT
We have sold our business to the Oppliger Brothers, who
will take possession on the first of the year. We have
made a big reduction on our entire stock and during
this month we will sell for cash ONLY.
LISTED BELOW ARE JUST A FEW OF THE ITEMS
GOING AT REDUCED PRICES FOR THIS MONTH
Finest of Wheat Flour, per bbl.
Folgers Baking Pow der, 50ccan
$11.25
45c
Morning Glory Flour, per bbl.
Corn and Gloss Starch per pkg.
$10.25
13c
M. J. B. Coffee, regular 60c per
pound grade, now
Good Macaroni, per pound only
10c
49c
Golden West Coffee, regular 60c
per pound grade, now
Walnuts, per pound
35c
49c
Carnation Coffee, regular 50c
per pound, now
Albers Flap Jack Pan Cake
- Flour
39c
33c
Canned Milk, regular 15c can
Oat Flakes, large packages
1 Jc
34c
This is not a price slashing sale; but as this is our last
of business, and as we have appreciated
month
your patronage
we are going to give our many customers a sample of
pre-war prices.
BULLOCK & HOLMBERG
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time, but t'
they rnn't fool i.t any
is a politleal
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statement.
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•Bustoo" hanks "kent p
in s t • •• t * affair
in « '
not on th
will h. I
f spread i
a social- '
tie f gsnization determined to not .
•nlv ini'- but min where its terteh
rg arc followed Lewiston Han i
d
a
■mise tracement
I put - V -th D (kot;
tin dec irai le
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graphic action, in evenly sustained
< interest throughout, it is. a play cal
culate<I to spread its own attraction
,
lhrouKh befit advertising a play
can enjoy—spoken praise from en
| tertained and enlightened audiences.
ner.
LEAGUE PAPER LOSES SUIT
The
Natnpa
brought suit against the Idaho i
Prei
Leader - IV-rald
Non pa i tie.-in league
paper published in that city,
action was based oTi
tl lii v
The
malL'tot. s
statements made by the Free Press
against rim publishers of the Lead
er-Herald. and in court it was
proved that the statements were un
true and wholly without foundation
in fact
This is "strike
lettgue.
Kaig "struck out" in his attempt,
to ease $50.000 away from Frank
Gooding, because the latter connect
ed him up with Kate O'Hare,
or out of court, the league hire
lings in Idaho are sure to get the
worst of it. The only luck they
appear to have is in getting their
fingers into the pockets of the
farmers.
two" for the
Strike one was when Mc
In
That game has been
worked very successfully for the
past few years but it is getting old
now and the farmer refilées to fall
for it.—Lewiston Banner.
''THE WORLD AFLAME'
Manager J. H. Miller of the Rex
Theatre announces that he will soon
have the pleasure of presenting
the Frank Keenan special produc
tion in six parts entitled, "The
World Aflame"—a drama, strong
compelling and artistic, with a mes
sage, but not with propaganda.
Here is a page taken from actual
life; and from it has been evolved
a big, throbing, human drama, so
intimate in its relation to life at
the moment that its spell is most
compelling. It is big in its emo
tions. big in the problem with
which it deals and bigger still in
its ultimate purpose which proclaims
"Here is the answer!" It offers a
remedy for the countless conceded
evils existent in this
world. In
work-a-day
tense situations. in
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DIAMONDS AND LIVE IN A
MARBLE MANSION?
,
XMAS SEALS TO SAVE LIVES
All over Idaho busy county and
town chairmen are organizing forces
for the Christmas Sea) Sale which
began December 1st all over the
nation. The little seals should be
used on all the letters and pack
ages mailed during Decemeber.
They not only bear a holiday Greet
ing but perform a great service to
suffering humanity.
Their greatest service is that of
prevention of that great destroyer
of health and happiness—tubercu
losis. If everyone knows the simple
facts about tuberculosis—how tt Is
contracted and how prevented—
there would be a great decrease in
the mortality.
Of Idaho children 80,000 are
taught personal and community hy
giene and disease prevention thru
the Health Crusade, which Is part
of the eirrlculum of the schools.
Thru doctors and nurses hundreds
'of cases of tuberculosis are being
cared for in their homes until the
state shall build its sanitariums.
Children, in number 7,379, have
been examined by physiejans at the
Child Welfare Clinic carried on by
the Idaho Tuberculosis Association
thru its Public Health
Nurses.
Mothers have been instructed as to
the care of the children, and that
children are the victims of tubercu
losis when they are undernourished
and are suffering from defects.
These are a few of the important
things which Christmas Seals are
doing in Idaho.
December 5 is Tuberculosis Sun
day all over the nation. Talking
points will be sent to all ministers
and they will be requested to talk
on Christmas Seals December 5th.
December 10 th is School Child
ren's Day. Stories and educational
for tho dlffet
.-uperinten
vith matt'

v ill he sent
town." nnd county
. ill b
for the rural rti"tricts.
It i
; material
! enl
(If
nt
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th
•V'Pf,
red ribbons, tin
• -ticket
.tl- to save lives
ft
v.-a-s stieiii
oi l ami holiday
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the
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Christmas .
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Real Rstate Transfers
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X.
\mand-i E. Joel
Annie Right.
7-1W. Con. «ISO'
Warranty deed,
I sfin-Stevens tc
y
P1
ber
10,
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W: rrt.nl.« deed. Amanda E. Jack
to Jos X. Hanks. Lot
! i and 2. Block 4. Gorman's Addition
Con $ 5.0 0
j Orofino.
Deed to Mining Claim, Win, Lay
the Ind'-gendenee Placer
Ltd., nlac r ruining
Moose Creek.
' don to
j Mining Co.
1 claim situated on
Moos Creek Mining District) known
as Lucky Strike.
Con. $1.00
Deed to Mining Claim, H. H. and
Margie Pole to Erb Rros.
Quartz Alining Claim known as th
, Iloie No. 4. Bole No. 2. Homestead
Lookout, Samson. Cliff, McCormack
and Big Bar. Pierce City Mining
District. Ton. $375.00
Warranty deed. M. B. Erb et ux
to Charles Stenzti,
Block 3. Greer.
Warranty deed. Charles R. Stock
?rd et us to Chas. Stenzeb Lots 1.
2. 3, 4 and 5, Block 11 and Lots 3.
4. 5. 6, 7. 8. 9. 10,11 andl2, Block
9. Greer. Con. $1.00
Warranty deed. Sidney L. Wylie
et ux to IV. C. Morrow. Lot 1 and
NET-4 NW1-4 Sec. 19-39-3E. Con.
$ 1.00
Warranty deed, Sozaharo Uyono
et ux to Trustees Elk River Ama
teur Athletic Club. Wl-i E2-3 Lots
1? and 12, Block 7. Elk River. Con.
$300.00
Warranty deed. Sensaba Hara et
ux to Trustees Elk Kiver Amateur
Athletic Club. W 100 feet Lot 10.
Block 7, Elk River Con. $300.00
Warranty deed. Janies Holland et
ux to Bert Holland. SE1-4 SE1-4
Sec. 19, SW1-4 SW1-4 Sec. 20, NE
1-4 NE1-4 Sec. 20 and NW1-4 NW
1-4 Sece. 27-37-2E. Con. $1000.00
Warranty deed, Harry L. Walrath
et ux to Samuel P. Kelley, SW1-4
NE1-4, 1-2 SE1-4 ana Nl-2 SW1-4
Sec. 27-35-4E. Con. $1.00
Quit claim deed, Waiter Ogden to
Anna W.-Ogden. SE1-4 Sec. 17-40
4E. Con. $1.00
Patent. United States to Mary E.
Sanders. El-2 NW1-4 Sec. 8-38-5E.
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and
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thru
part
the
have
the
by
Lots 7 and 8.
Con. $50.00
to
that
are
Sun
talk
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS.
Compensation
Law of Idaho requires employers to
carry insurance for the protection of
their employes in case of accident in
The
Workmen's
The
1 the course of employment.
1 STATE INSURANCE FUND
was
j created and is operated to furnish
j this insurance to employers at actu
i al cost. The State Fund is on a
i sound financial basis and is perfect
i ly able to meet the cost of cont
i pensation and medical services on
j any and al! accidents to employes
of its subscribers. The State In
surance Fund has accumulated a
splendid surplus and reserve which
i invested in absolutely safe, inter
est-hearing securities. Our rates
! are very low, being based on ac
1 tuai costs. Settlements on accident
j claims at e made promptly and fairly
Investigate the State
Fund before placing your compen
sation insurance business for 1921.1
If you are employing men and are I
tint insured, you -ire violating the
j law and are subject to a penalty or 1
I One Dollar a day for each employee
I for every day that you operate with
out insuraitce.

Insurance
Upon continued
î violation, you may be enjoined from
carrying on your business.
Application blanks and full in
formatlon will be furnished prompt
ly upon request. Address: STATE i
INSURANCE FUND, I). W. Church
Manager, Boise, Idaho.
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CALL FOR RIDS
Bids for furnishing The Northern
Idaho Sanitarium with supplies will'
be received until January 4. 1921.
by THE BUREAU OF SUPPLIES. '
A complete list of supplies want
ed will he furnished bidders upon
application, by the MEDICAL SUP
I RINTEXDENT, Orofino. Idaho
THE
Ol
BUREAU
Boise, Idaho.
OF
SUPPLIES.
Full description
or samples should i
accompany each hid. and preference |
" ill be given to bidders who furnish i
supplies.
be kept ;
Accepted
and paid for.
will be
pense.
samples will
Non-accepted samples
returned at bidders'
ex
Bidders are
requested to make
prices for goods delivered
Orofino. Idaho, freight prepaid.
Bids must be sent in
vt-lopes
BLIES,"
NORTHERN IDAHO SANITARIUM.
IDAHO, or THE BUR
OI Si PPLIES. Boise, Idaho.
the BUREAU OF SUPPLIES
serves the right to
all bids.
their
at
sealed en
marked "BIDS FOR SFP :
and addressed to THE

OROFINO,
EAT i
re
reject
any or
By order
PLIES,
of the BUREAU OF RUP
T. L JENNINGS.
Agent.
A.-si. lant
Purchasing
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In flic Probate Court
County, State of laaho.
No. 190
In the Matter of the Estate of Leslie'
E. Waterman, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by'
the undersigned administrator oftliei
of Clearwater
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of l^eslie E Wniennan, do
to <ho creditors of and ali
having rln'- . ogaî^s
oil cd to evhinit thHM with
noo . -ii! y vouchotf. 'vtthit font
nth 1 after tin first publica* I .m
tat*
reared.
rsons
til
ai.' de
i iihin
notio
to Fred
; .ittIt r at Hoorn 4 and tt, Eewi !
Nt-z Perce Cnun'v. S'ate of Idaho,
the samt being the place for th-
tiop of the bu.ine.r of «nid
•f the
trnnw'i
•-•late.
igned and dated at Lewisto ■
State of tdah
Kith day of No..-mber. A I)
Perce County.
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FEED E. BUTLER
Administrator.
Date of first publication. Novem
ber 19, 1920.
Date of last publication, December
10, 1920.
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SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALF
BY SHERIFF
Bank of Orolino, a corporation
plaintiff.
VS.
William H. Jenks and Edna Jenks.
his wife, defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order
of sale and decree of foreclosure and
sale, issued out of the District Court
of the Second Judicial District of
the State of Idaho, in and for the
County of Clearwater, on the 9th ar
day of November, A. D. 1920, in the °
above action, wherein Bank of Oro- 1
flno. a corporation, the above named
plaintiff obtained a judgment and
dec ree of foreclosure and sale against can
William H. Jenks ana Edna Jenks
his wife, defendants on the 20th
day of August A. D. 1920, for the
sum of $591.71 besides Interest and
accruing costs, which said decree CO
has been recorded in Judgment Book
1 of said Court at Page 341. I am
commanded to sell the certain lots,
pieces or parcels of land, situa
ted. lying and being in the County
of Clearwater, State of Idaho, and .
bounded and described as follows, ■ *
to-wit: East half of the Northwest
Quarter; Northwest Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter: and Lot Two (2)
all in Section Twenty-Six (26). in
Township Thirty-Eight (38) North
of Range Two (2) East of Roise
Meridian; together with the heredi
taments and appurtenances thereun
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Public notice hereby given that | *!
on Saturday, the Fourth day of De- 1
cember, A. D. 1920, at 10 o'clock.
A. M.. of that day tn front of and'acts
at the front door of the Court House j
of the Coun'y of Clearwater, in I
Orolino. Idaho. I will in obedience i
of said order of sale and decree of I
foreclosure and sale, sell the above j Pra
described property or s > much there- | its
of as may be necessary to satisfy
said judgment with interest and
cost, etc., to the highest and best i
bidder, for the lawful money of the i
United States.
F. W. GARRISON, Sheriff
Dated November 10, 1920.
F. ELLIOTT SMITH
Attorney-at-Law
Orofino,
Idaho
DR. E. W. HORSWILL
Physician & Surgeon
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Orofino.
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INSURANCE AT COST
Nezperce Farmers County Mutual Fire
Insurance Company
NKZ PERCE, LEWIS and CLEARWATER COUNTIES
Protection against Fire and Lightning on farm buildings and contents
Fifteenth Year in Business
Losses satisfactorily adjusted and quickly paid. Our past record proves
that it costs less.
Ask Joseph N. Larson, Local Director, Weippe, Idaho
or write Jesse Hoffman, Sec.-Treas., Leland, Idaho
Money to Loan
On improved farm
and city property.
SEE US FOR ANY
LINE OF INSURANCE
Mix-Walrath Realty Co.
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We mak; sjKchJtv «
service and appetizing' oLj proin k
can eat a good lunch her S Yo11
moderate cost, and he P
ting away quickly,
Give us a trial,
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delicate deliciously f? 8 ' frigr,lt
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1 tlobl " treatment. HALI/S CATARRH
MEDICINE is taken internally
and'acts through the Blood on the Mucoa
j Surfaces of the System, HaLL' 8
I CATARRH MEDICINE destroy« th,
i foundation of the disease giv« th.
I patient strength hv Improving the
j Pra , heillfh an( , tfssists natur * ,
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HOTEL OROFIIII
Rates $1.50 to $2.50.
Sanitary Kitchen. Clean Beds
American Ptan. Qt ick Service
Outsioe Rooms. Sample Boom
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