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REX THEATRE PRESENTS Harry Carey Sundown Slim a 9 9 IN MON, TUES, and WED. May 16. 17 * 18 He «tumbled from a boxcar Into the midst of an Arizona blood fend—be ate that loco weed, love, and from a harmless hobo he became a danger ous killer overnight. Ha-ry Carey In "Sundown 811m." He'd been on the hum.and he'd lived in style, but there was the road winding mile after mile... and nothing to do but go'*—"Sundown Slim." It'« a Harry Carey masterpiece. 20c. 35c AND Also a Two Reel Comedy, "UNCLE TOM'S CABOOSE. tf Official Proceedings Clearwater County I Orofino, Idaho, April 13. 1921. Board of County Commissioners convened pursuant to adjournment of yesterday, all members being present the following busmens was transacted, to-wit: Minutes of yesterday read and ap proved. Current Expense Bills axamlned and allowed. Walter Tane. allowance ....$50.00 Dan Delaney, team hire, Supt. 26.00 Oud-Shields Hdw. Co. Supplies 26.00 Road Bltls examined and allowed. A. P. Carr, road work.$78.00 Lee Bonner, road work Douglas Bonner, road work .. 16.00 H. D. Carr, road work. Walter Vandevender, road work . G. V. Carr, road work. H. C. Carr, road work. John Oud, supplies . Mrs. A. D. Carr, Lumber .... 34.80 Edmund Mooers, road work . 12.00 Fred J. Mooers, road work .. 16.50 42.00 9.00 90.00 12.00 3.00 49.75 W. T. BEN NELL President W. M. WATSON Sec'y-Treas. CltarwaUr Countf'i T«r|ut Store Orofino "Gra&lna (Tontpan? (Central Mler6^an6lse Tt6. OROFINO, IDAHO. May 10, 1921 Mr. ... Dear Sir;--It is hard to realize that we must continually improve our ways and 1 Every decade shows changes in industry, and those who do not conform, inexorably fail, be it merchandising, farming, stock raising, or otherwise. Tradition has for its support all.the force of habit and human tendency to love the methods to which we have long been accustomed. When changes are suggested that the old way is good enough. We are taking a step in the progress of merchandising, which some say "it can not is just to our liking and if a little saving can be made in YOUR living expenses and'OURS, you will be pleased, and we can assure you we will be pleased to serve you. The ChCEINO TRADING CO. management has investigated and for two and one-half y*ara experienced the "old ray of doing business", pat r or methods of doing business. We * must keep pace with progress. we are prone to neglect even to investigate, feeling be done in this valley", but we believe it can be done. The "impossible It's a failure. So many of our a'., friends, although not realizing that such is the case, have borrowed from us. "'s our working capital and agreed to pay us at a stated time,without that wh ■ :h r 'p Trie :i.erchandise they bought represents just that much cash--we loaned it to th.-.-m wi'b u - at re~t or security, which is a let more than any bank'would do. ■* • and we believe you will say so; think of it, we pay interest on money and 1o:ng rfr. This is an •* u.. T . a : : loan it t y TâtlS . ï •m Mils time on we have severed our merchandise business from the banking business. and 4FT ER MAY hist, 1921, this store and possibly the only store in the Clearwater "alley, will inaugurate a strictly CASH business. The management wishes to assure its patrons that we thoroughly appreciate the readjustment period through which we are passing, but "self preservation is the first law of nature". Beginning May 21st, we will lower prices on all merchandise to conform with and meet, the approval of the cash buyer. We will inaugurate a better and more efficient » service for YOU and eliminate waste and expense wherever it is possible to do so. Trusting that cur locision will meet with your approval and that we will have the pleasure of serving you more and better, we are yours for good, honest, hard work, less CONVERSATION and more PERSPIRATION. Yours truly Orofino Trading Co. W. M. WATSON, Mgr. Allen Weston, Lumber Herbert Aiken, road work . . . 38.50 Frank Denn!«, road work .. 13.50 14.65 I Herbert Aiken, road work . . 32.60 Dan Dun well,, road work . . 4 6.00 9.00 H. C. Snyder, road work .... Nils Olson, road work . Dresser Lumber Co. road work 48.00 E. H. Atherton, repairing ma chinery . L. Kolb, road work I. L. Young, road work. 10.50 Jas. J. Stanek, road work ... 12.00 Lester Whaley, road work . . A. M. Case Lumber Co. road work . Lester Whaley, road work . . 28.50 61.00 9.76 3.00 10.60 36.00 O. W. Thornton, road work.. 10.50 I^eon Thornton, road work .. 63.00 O. W. Thornton, road work .. 18.001 Mrs. A. D. Carr, road work .. 12.00 John Oud. nails for road . . . J. P. Farance, road work .. 9.00 W. M. Gamble, lumber . 99.56 O. W. Thornton, road work .. 10.50 Archie Bonner, road work .. 21.00 Oud-Shlelds Hdw. 2.00 3.10 Lloyd Whaley, road work .. 7.50] M. K. White, road work . ..-. 48.75 E. H. Atherton, work and Co., sup plies for roads 27.401 supplies Sam Eller, road work . 10.50 M. K. White, road work .... 26.25 Frank Dennis, road work ... J. B. DICKSON, Chairman, 1.50 Archie Bonner, road work . . . 39.00 The Board at this time appropri ates the sum of $60.00 or as much 1 slon. thereof as may be necessary for the relief of G. W. Moody, to be ex pended under the supervision of S. M. Snyder, Probate Judge of this county. Road Overseers reports examined and aproved, to-wlt: M. K. White, Walter Vandevender, Nils Olson. Board adjourned to meet again I May 5th, 1921, in regular April ses . , Attest: JOSEPH KAUFFMAN. Clerk. Orofino, Idaho, May 5th, 1921. The Board of County Commission-1 [ ers met In regular session pursuant i to adjournment of April 13th, 1921, < all members being present the fol 1 lowing business was transacted, to wit: Minutes of last days session [read and approved. Quarterly report of Effle McCol 1 lum. County Treasurer, examined ! and approved. Depository Bonds examined and approved as follows, to-wrt: The First National Bann of Lew iston, Idaho offers a Surety Com pany bond in the American Surety Company, in the sum of $80,000 ex amined and approved. The Bank of Orofino has had on file and same is at this time exam ined and approved to-wlt: United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company ...$3,000.00 National Surety Company 3,000.00 National Surety Company 2,000.00 Fidelity and Deposit Com pany of Maryland' .... 3,500.00 The Bond of Jdhn P. Harlan, in I the sum of $2000, as Personal Pro j perty Tax Collector, approved The following bills on the Cur rent Expense fund are allowed. ' I Lewiston Printing and Sta tionery Co., record book..$ 64.00 W. J. White, expenses, .... 22.00 Chas. Hall, expenses . H. L. Walrath, Bond of J. P. 6.50 20.00 Harlan . Edgar L. White. Medical at tendance to Clarence Gar rison . 1T5.00 F. E. Smith, Expenses .... 33.29 Mary A. Wilfong, Caring for G. W. Moody 50.00 RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the Board having at this time under consideration th construction of at least four road projects within Clearwater County, and the several projects for the years 1921 and 1922 each year, shall be I as hereinafter designated showing WHEREAS, the Federal Govern ment and the State of Idaho, have appropriated a large amount of money for this purpose, it Is there fore. RESOLVED that the amount of money to be expended upon each of the amount of money that is to be appropriated by the county. State Federal Aid, Good Roads District ! and Highway Districts going Into each project, to-wlt: $10.000.00 3,000.00 Federal Aid funds. 15,000.00] Total .$30,000.00 i Project No. 1, Oroflno-Greer road, in Clearwater County, known as the Lewis and Clark Highway. County funds State funds . : Project No. 2, Ahsahka section of Elk River Highway | County funds .210,000.00 | Stat * ,unds . 5,000.00, "°* a * $15.000.00 Project No. 3, Oroflno-Gilbert J section. Elk River Highway. ; County funds .$20.000.00 Gilbert Good Road Dist. 4,000.00 12.000.00 State funds Total ... .$36,000.00 Project No. 4, Ahsahka-Elk River section. Elk River Highway. County funds $10,000.00 5,000.00 7,600.00 $22,500.00 Moved by Commissioner Hall and seconded by Commissioner White that this Resolution be adopted, carried by unanimous vote of the Board. North Fork Highway Dlst. State funds . Total J. B. DICKSON, Chairman. Attest: JOSEPH KAUFFMAN, Clerk. A GOOD Investment When your Commercial Club Town Council feels like kicking, why not reflect and say, let's cooperate and help the power company, for it should not be expected to do it all. We wel come the change and invite you to be come one of us by taking some of Treasury stock, a good investment paying 7% interest, and most of the time 8%. We pay dividends quarterly and haven't missed since we started in 1910. or our Grangeville Electric Light & Power Co. ♦ RESOLUTION WHEREAS. There is on deposit in the Fidelity State Bank, of Oro " fino, Idaho, the sum of $9628.70 of the funds of Clearwater County, de posited in said bank under visions of sections 3585 the Idaho compiled WHEREAS, said deposit of said funds was on and prior to the 26th day of March 1921, Fidelity State Bank by curities, and WHEREAS, a portion of said Secur ities amounting to the $4628.70 the pro to 3594 of Statutes, and secured by said certain se sum of were on or about raid 26 th day of March, 1921 without author ity of this Board and without any ! lawful authority surrendered Fidelity State Bank, to said and are still withheld from the custody of Clear water County, and that the deposits of said County in said Fidelity State Bank, are jeopardized by the withdraw! of [now therefore be It RESOLVED. That the Chairman i of this Board is directed reason of said Securities, to take : such steps as may be necessary to [protect the funds of said Countv | and to recover the Securities | unlawfully withdrawn, ana that the Prosecuting Attorney be directed take such legal action J tect the funds of said ; suit in the so to as will best pro county and re recovery of said Securi ties or the equivalent thereof. Resolution is adopted Board by unanimous vote. Board adjourned to meet again In regular session May 31st, 1921, at 9 o'clock a. m. by the I- B. DICKSON, Chairman. Attest: JOSEPH KAUFFMAN, CWrk. Growing timber will help pay for the late war as well •s for schools, roads and other local needs, careful burning slashings. Be Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Austin are the proud parents of a son, who arrived at their home on Wednesday, May 11 .