Newspaper Page Text
Repons of losses during the Orst
fortnight of 1921 ought to alarm all friends of fire prevention. In Vienna they are suggesting the death penalty or the whipping post for profiteers. Why not both? Let the Community Pull Together We have had a great war and world conditions have suffered. Mar kets have been disappointing. Farm craps have sold for much less than had been hoped. Stocks of merchan dise have depreciated in value. Fi nancial plans have miscarried and many are Inclined to give way to discouragement on account of pre vailing conditions, tendency should be resisted by all. We have a wonderfully rich and fertile soil, and a delightful climate as compared with many sections. Many parts of the country have suf fered crop failures and in foreign countries there is real want and starvation while we have plenty for our real needs. It Is the duty of all to use good judgement in conducting their busi ness affairs, to be industrious and frugal. In time we, our coutry and the whole civilized world, will again prosper if this course is pursued. In the mean time let us brace up and pull together. Let nc one bur den his neighbors with little woes, but let each one give encouragement to his neighbors. However this BANK OF OROFINO Largest and Strongest Bank in Clearwater Valley. Member of the Federal Reserve System. NEW PRICES On Tires This Week \\!'// BY 60LUV Î I'M GOING TO PRESENT MY "BOSS'' WITH A pull set. \ â% l. , 7 ffl Ji ftl rtS w/w/m y m r v CM If you love your car; n buy her a DIAMOND.' IT" m m -/ #F Uf| î* w* "1 See Me For Mud Chains And AUTO FIRE EXTINGUISHERS E. H. ATHETÖN Base Ball There will be Another Good Game Played SUNDAY, MAY 15 At 2 O'clock P. M. On the Orofino Diamond when JULIAETTA Will Cross Bats with OROFINO Another Good Rooter would have won last Sunday's Game. Don't Be a Slacker B* O u * & B oost Cletieru-eau seems to have chosen wisely when he preferred tiger hunt ing to current politics iu 1'arls. Another thing we notice about hu man nature is that the grocer always considers the shoe dealer a profiteer. Local and Personal B. J. Kinne was a passenger Thursday morning for Moscow. J. C. Clugston was a passenger foi Lewiston on the morning train Tues day. Albert Holmberg was a passenger on Thursday's morning outgoing train. j Mrs. M. E. Bonner was a passen I ger on the outgoing train Saturday ^ ; fnorning. „ „ „ _ . Mrs. H. H. Bole was an outgoing passenger on Sunday's morning train for Lewiston. Mrs. S. R. Swantek departed for Colfax, Wash., on Wednesday's morn ing passenger. Village clerk J. B. Loomis was a departing passenger on (he train Thursday morning. John Pearson of Dent was a coun ty seat visitor Monday and returned 4iome Tuesday morning. County Attorne F. E. Smith and Auditor Kauffman made a business trip to Lewiston on Thursday's pas senger. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Myers de parted on Thursday's morning pas senger for Spokane for a short visit at the Falls City. Janies (Scotty) Watson is build ing a three room dwelling near the Methodist church which will soon be ready for occupancy. Miss Blanche Tweedy of Lewiston visited with Orofino friends last week and departed on Monday's morning passenger. Theo. Fohl, secretary of the Clear water Timber Protective Association was a passenger for Spokane on Tuesday s morning train. Dr. L. J. Perkins, of Lewiston, visited the Gilbert section this week and departed for home on Wednes day's morning passenger. Miss Gladys Molloy departed for Kendrick Monday morning after a week end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Molloy. Forest fires are Invasion by an enemy, attacking lives, homeB, in dustries and building materia). Help guard against this danger. Mrs. J. H. Noftsger of Peck, de parted for home on Tuesday's morn ing passenger after a short visit with relatives at the county seat. Fish, game and stream depend on green timber. Every acre burned re duces the campers opportunity. Put fires out. Be careful with smokes. The Misses Phyllis Sayles and Jeanette Loff were outgoing passen gers on Saturday's morning train to visit at the home of Miss Sayles at Lapwai. I Mrs. Thomas J. Root or Greer was i an Orofino visitor Monday attending ! to probate matters before Judge Sny der, and departed on the morning train, Monday. Mrs. Earl McDonald and daughter Orlsta of Tenino, Wash., visited friends in Orofino last week and de parted for home on the uiurning pas -1 Benger Saturday. Mrs. McEachron and Miss Sar-, chet will assist Miss Luelling In en- i tertaining the Ladles Aid Society j next Wednesday afternoon, at the j home of Miss Luelling. Harry Mulliken reached Orofino on Thursday's afternoon pussenger for a short vacation. He will return to Moscow on Sunday and resume his studies at the U. of I. Mrs. A. E. Holmberg of Peck re-1 turned home on Monday's morning j passenger after a short visit at the homes of her son O. H. Holmberg and daughter. Mrs. J. G. Bullock. L. M. Simpson, of Spokane gener al manager of the Orangeville Elec trie Light and Power Co., spent | Monday at the county seat and de- 1 parted on Tuesdays morning train. | Norman Howes, a bachelor who ! has been living on a farm at Fraser during the past six years, was on Tuesday committed to the North Idaho Sanitarium by Probate Judge Seymour Snyder. L. F. Culver was a passenger on Sunday's morning train for Lewis ton. Mr. Culver Is making prepara tions for his summer's placer work In the vicinity of Pierce and will soon be moving to the diggings. Attorney F. S. Randall of Lewis ton, was a county seat visitor Tues day and depurted on Wednesday's morning passenger. Mr. Randall has charge of legal matters in connection with the (Waterman banking affairs. The new village council made an excellent start by repairing the pav ing on Johnson Avenue near the Orofino Creek bridge on Thursday. Other temporary improvements have been made. A general Interest in the affairs of the village la in evi dence. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bob bitt Monday, May 9. a son. J. S. Hogue made a business visit to Peck on Saturday's train. R H. Bailey of Pierce, was an Orofino visitor last week and de parted on Saturday's morning pas senger. Prof. R. W. Kullberg passed the week end with his mother at Mos cow and returned to the county seat on Sunday's afternoon train. j Mrs. W. M. Watson was a pnssen ^ ger for Lewiston on Sunday's mom-1 ... ing train for a short visit at the Nez Perce county metropolis. Rev. Charles MacCaugliey, district superintendent, will conduct i|iinr-1 trly conference at the Methodist church Wednesday evening, May 18. Regular services will he held at the Methodist church next Sunday morning. Mr. Hoffmann will go to Weippe to deliver the baccalaureate sermon there In the evening. E. A. Wise went to Lewiston on Sunday's morning train to visit his family who are now settled at Clarkston where Mr. Wise has pur chased a pleasant home. Edwin Aiken after a short visit with the home folks on Eureka Ridge departed for Moscow Sunday morning to complete the present school year at the U of I. Bert Guthan sprained hts ankle last week while practicing on the Orofino diamond . His Inability to play in Sunday's game was a seri ous loss to the team and probably was the real cause of the home team's defeat. Samson Snyder departed for Bovil via Troy, Tuesday morning, to visit Andrew Bloom, who is under the doctors care for the present. Mr. Bloom hopes to regain his health without the necessity of a surgical operation and his many friends hope to soon see him on dutv again. Miss June Lathrop and Miss Mary Tease came up from Lenore Saturday and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Affleck and departed on Sunday's morning passenger. Both young ladies are teaching in the Lenore neighborhood. Miss Lath rop is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Affleck. Harry L. Walrath has moved into the residence that he recently pur chased from Mrs. J. P. Mix. The property is located in the east end of Day's addition. The house was completely renovated before the fam ily moved in. It is one of the most attractive residences in town. Mr. Wftlrath is offering his old residence for sale. The plan of the Orofino Creamery Co. in placing a $5.00 ' order each month in a roll of O. C. C. butter Is I increasing the sales of this high grade home product. This liberal! i method of advertising does more It proves ! than create a demand. the that the greater portion of creamery output can be sold at home If consumers will purchase the local, production In preference to outside brands. -1 i j j re-1 j _ , _ , _ | J* r ? ,ohn 1 . | ' Merrill Lodging House ROOMS, 50c. AND UP Rooms for Housekeeping Furnished or Unfurnished J. W. MERRILL, Prop. Orofino, Idaho PLANTS Special For Three Week«. Postage Paid .... 20c dos. ■ _15c dot. .... 15c doc. : Tomato $1.00 ! Cabbage £arly Cabbage j Tj», Cabbage 10c dot. 10c dot. 100 Lot». Pepper Plants - Cauliflower Plants Egg-Plant Plants . Sweet Potato Plants Pansy Plants . 45c .25c dor! .25c dot. j .20c dot.' . 35c dot. : 50c do«. ' on j Write for prices on quantities 1000 to 5000. * MARK MEANS CO., I^wiston, Idaho, ! Real Estate Transfers Ethel Hunt et mar to W. M. Wat son et al Sl-2 SW1-4 Sec. 9-36-2E.. except 2 acres ln SE corner. Con. $1000.00 Warranty deed. Clearwater Im- i provement Co. to James A. Johnson. I part NE1-4 NW1-4 Sec. 15-35-4E. i Con. $1.00 Warranty deed. Janies A. Johnson at ux to Simon Pflug, pa.rt NE1-4 NW1-4 Sec. 15-35-4E. Con. $1.001 an the in I « Wÿ&Jss: Æ Pure,Sure Health! ill Baking' Powder at an Econoniy Price Con tains no Alum Use it -and Save ! Irriges Phosphate Baking Powder Writ e for NewDr.Price Cook Book- It s I ree Price Baking Powder Factory, looi Independence Blvd. Chicago,! n , Quit claim deed. Jess Osborn to Otto Osborn Nel-4 SE1-4 and SE1-4 SE1-4 Sec. 14-38-2E. Con. $1.00 $800.00 « ult Clalm deed - Ra *P h Shriver et | ux to Home Land c °- 17 • Block 1 Warranty deed. Otto Osborn et ux to Frank Burch NE1-4 SE1-4 and SE1-4 SEI -4 Sec. 14-38-2E. Con. 4, Gormans Addition, Orofino. Con. 11.00 J lzL_ yy % y - 'V u € 1 1 iii'" SO GOOD the cake an(J bread from our Bakery jook that the children are anxious to have some of the goodies we offer. 1 i employs the most modern sanitary methods, the best and purest ingre dients andd expert skill in preparing dainty foods for you. OUR BAKERY Home Bakery OROFINO, IF.AHO Real Bargains IN Real Estate 4 184 acres; 125 cultivated, family orchard, drilled well, all fenced, 6 miles to R. R., 1-2 mtle to school, 5 room house, barn 24X118, Barn 40X40, barn 24X36, hay shed 24X30, pump house coat $1350, water in house, cess pool, cellar, other out buildings, a mighty fine buy at $15800. Terms. 6 Lot 62X120 In Orofino, 6 room house, plastered, modern ex cept heat, good location. Price $2250. Terms. 7 2 good lots Days Addition. Price $300 each. Lot 24X100 on JohnsonAve. Dandy location. Price $550. 10 New 'House; 5 rooms, modern except heat, good location, con creat foundation, full size basement. Price $2500. 20 acres; 4 acres cultivated, water can be put on 3 acres, family orchard and berries, good spring water, all fenced, 1 mile from Orofino. House, barn, chicken house, hack. team, harness, plow, cow, harrow, 4 H. P. gas engine, circle and drag saw, 120 chickens, 500 ft. water pipe, some lumber. All goes for $2000. 8 12 We have a fine lot of listing but space will not permit us to tell you about them. Come in and see us. ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE AND BONDS WRITTEN Bryant & Wellman REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Orofino, Idaho Clearwater Hotel SATES Rooms 50c to $1.50 per day Rooms by week $2. and up HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Everything new and clean Up-to-date Free Bath for Quests Fred Trotzky, Proprietor F.I. LINDGREN Watchmaker and Jeweler OROFINO IDAHO F ELLIOTT SMITH Attorney-at-Law Orofino. Idaho Hotel Orofino Rates $1.50 to $2.50. Sanitary Kitchen. Clean Beds American Pian. Qtick Service Outside Rooms. Sample Room OUR MOTTO- "Courtesy to all Guests" r N. O. Halgeson. Proprietors. Orofino, Ida oh.