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11.50 Per Yeiu In Advance. Entered March 12, 1912, as sec ond class mail matter In the post office at Orotlno, Idaho, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. ■ A. E. GILLESPIE. Publisher FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1921 HOBSON*!* AUTO LEAVES (•RAPE, ON PECK ROAII Julian Dobson and son, Earl, ac companied by Mrs. W. A. Wellman and daughter. Miss Helen, met with an accident last Monday afternoon, but fortunately none of (he party were were seriously Injured. Mr. Dobson had occasion to make a business visit down the river and started from Oroflno about 2 o'clock in the auto, driven by bis son. Intending to be gone but a short time Mrs. Wellman and Miss Helen were Invited for a ride. When about six miles from town and a mile from Frank Kolasa's place, the car left the grade at a point in the road where It makes something of a curve. It immediately made one complete turn over, landing right side up against a tree, with all occupants in their seats. Mrs. Wellman and Mr. Dobson were considerably bruised, which was the -extent of the Injuries. The car was damaged but slightly, the principal lows being the destruction of the top. The expense of repairs will be less than a hundred dollars. Had not a "friendly" tree stood in the path of the car with its load of human freight, it would have rolled to the river a hundred and fifty feet below, and If the folks had lived to -reach the water It is highly probable all would have met death by drowning. It was indeed a fortunnte escape. It required the power of another car and a team of horses to bring the wrecked car back to the road, but It was necessary to chop the tree down before the car could be dislodged. OROFINO 2, GENESEE 6 Lasl Sunday's game at Genesee went off smoothly but lacked •citement. Skadan, of W. S. C., pitching for Genesee, had the up per hand at all times. Elk, for Orofino, was touched for eight hits in six and a fraction innings. He was relieved by L. Ball in the seventh after two two-base hits and an error had been registered. Orofino scored in the sixth when Guthan singled over third. He stole second when Yakel struck out and scored on L. Ball's trippie to center. In the eighth Johnson singled to right, took second on Guthan's out and scored on Yakel's single to center. Gaffney clouted two clean hits to right but had no following. Genesee was dangerous in the first, securing two hits, but was cut off by clean fielding. Three runs were registered in the fourth on two singles, a triple and an error. In the sixth a base on balls, a Ion error scored one. and an error allowed two runs in the seventh. Two-base hits, Bresler and Dun lap. Three-base hits, Skadan and L. Ball. Struck out, by Ska dan lo; by Elk, 6 in six innings, by Ball, 2 in two innings. Bases on balls, off Skadan 1; ex V 'ly, and an wo doubles Elk I. We Make Paints. 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Cousuh our Adviaory D ep art ment relative to the queatioao you may have ia mind. Yfcr til «sturlcr hbt of palatin* I« i» advisable te obtain the servie— In »«— ter Pel Orofino, Idaho Mr. Miller, of the Rex Theatre has secured some spesial pictures for the last three days of next week and the first three days of the following v.eek. These films are of local interest and no doubt will be appreciated by the people of this locality. Next Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, June 23, 24 and 25, after the Chautauqua, the Rex Theatre will .show seven hundred feet of mov ing pictures taken at the recent Lewiston Rose Show and on the following Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening, after the Chautauqua program, four hun dred feet of Lewiston" These pictures are in addition to the regular program and are worthy of good attendance. "Who's Who in will be shown. _. . .. There was a family reunion at W. E. Kings, Sunday, in honor of the home coming of their son, ' Cecil, from the Pendleton hospital. 1 hose present besides the family 1 EUREKA RIDGE Fred Mooers has bought a horse from Mel Beard. A GOOD Investment When your Commercial Club or 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 our 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. Grangeville Electric Light & Power Co. were: Orandma Cloud, Dan Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pittwood and Miss Elvie Pittwood and Mr. and Mrs. H. Peterson. Grant Simpson is building a new house. Mr. H. Grover made a trip to Montana last week and returned Wednesday. Coyotes are eating chickens these days. But why not? It requires a license fee of five dol lars to kill them. Eric Olson is preparing to re sume his well drilling on his farm on the O'Hara ranch. "Cold in the Head" Is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Those subject to frequent "colds in the bead" will find that the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the System, cleanse the Blood and render them less liable to colds. Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is taken Internally and acts through the OD the Mucous Surfaces of the t 5"f t „ p ? d,,cln * *¥ ,nfl ® Tnm *' ' A ll druggists. cÄ« £5, "• F. J. Cheney A Co„ Toledo, Ohio. k à DON'T FORGET that not ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN f tor h car, CLASSIFIED AD S STRAYED: from Oroflno, May 30, one brown mare, 3even years old, weight about 9001b, branded quarter circle J F connected on left hip, circle E on neck. Finder pleaae notify J. C. Urquhart, Oroflno Idaho FOR SALE— Cheap for cash, 6 or 7 passenger Chalmers car In first class condition. Will consider traie for real estate. Samson Snyder. FOR SALE—A one ton Republic truck in good condition. Will sell cheap if taken soon. D. L. Webb. WANTED TO BUY—We pay highest cash market prices for chickens, beef and hogs. Bullock A Holmberg. Protect young trees. Seedlings of today are payrolls of tomorrw. Don't burn them. LEGAL NOTICES TO ALL CL AIMA NTS AND CREDI TORS OF THE FIDELITY STATE BANK OF OROFINO. IDAHO. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT YOU ARE REQUIRED BY LAW to present your claims against the FIDELITY STATE BANK OF OROFINO, IDAHO, in writing to J. G. Fralick, Commissioner of Finance of the State of Idaho, or to bis aient in charge of said bank, at the bank ing office of said Fidelity State Bane of Oroflno, Idaho, on or before the 27th day of August, 1921. proof of all such claims must be j made, printed forms for which will j be furnished at said bank on appli- ! cation. Dated at Oroflno, Idaho, May 27th! 1921. , ; I J. G. FRALICK, Commissioner ofi Finance of the State of Idaho. By Oliver H. Holmberg, Agent in Charge of Fidelity State Bank of Oroflno, Idaho. Pwor: NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids for furnishing mater-, ial and the erection of a new Bchool ! house in school district No. 25 ofj Clearwater county, Idaho, will be re- ; ceived at the office of the cl«Tk, Mrs. Della Johnson up to ten o'clock A. M. June 21, 1921, when the bids will b-« opened. PU ns > nd rpecifica tions on file at the office of the clerk, and in the office of Wm. J. Hannah in Orofino. Idaho, required of rucc rsful bidder. MRS. DELLA JOHNSON, Clerk. __ Weippe, Idaho. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, May 17, 1921. Not.ce is hereby given that Ells worth M. Hamren, of Pierce, Idaho, who. on June 8, 1920, made Home stead Entry Act Feb. 14, 1920. No. 07638 for NW1-4, Section 20, Town ship 38 North, Range 5 East. Boise Meridian, has filed notice of inten tion to make three year Proof, to ! establish claim to the land above j described, before the Register & Re- i eeiver of the U. S. Land Office at j Lewiston, Idaho, on the 27th day ofj June, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Ed Randolph, Van G. Hamren, Bond NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Probate Court of the County of Clearwater, State of Idaho. In the matter of th ed. te of Fede'rick Pfeutl, Deaaed. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Administr&tix of th estate of Federick Pfeutl, decease 1. Orofino, the same being the place for transaction of the business of said esta te,in theCounty of Clearwater, State of Idaho. to the creditors of, and all persons hav ing claims against exhibit th« m with the said deceased, to ♦he necessary vouch ers. w.thin teu i.iontns alter the first publication of this notice, to the said adminisratrix, at the office of the County Treasurer in the court-house at Signed and dated at Orofino, Idaho, this 14th. day of June A. D. 1921. EFFIE E. McCOLLUM, Public Admintisratcr and Adminis tratrix of the estate of Frederick Pfeu ti, Deceased. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Notice is hereby given that the sec ond installment of faxes for the year 1920, in Clearwater County, will be come delinquent on the fourth Mon day in June. Saturday, June 25th, is the lasl day upon which taxes may he paid before becoming delinquent. EFFIK E. McCOLLUM County Treasurer NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT In the District Court of the Second Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Clearwater. The First National Hank of Clarkston. a corporation, Plaintiff. VS. W. H. Pharr, Defendant. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given: That an at taebnent issued out of the above enti tled court in the above entitled cause, against the property of said defendant, on the 10th day of June, 1921, Dated this 13th day of June, 1921. JOSEPH KAUFFMAN, Clerk of the District Court. Seal Ellis Plank, Lawrence Meade, all ot Pierce, Idaho. HENRY HE1TFELD, Register. Non- Coal _ NOTICE TO OWNERS OF MOTOR VEHICLES Our records of licensing indicate, that up. to the present time, the ; t usual registration applications have not been received and owners vehicles of hereby and are motor notified that after June 16th. 1921. any mo on tor vehicle found operating without h ^' nK . P" ,d . the t J 1C * n ",Jm n r. without hating the régula ence plates attached to front and rear of plate attached to front and rear of car, according to law, will be prose IcutaL P. R. SHEA Sheriff of Clearwater County, Idaho Come to Our Office and We Will Tell You More About These Good Deals. Bryant & Wellman 5—Lot 62X120 six room house plastered, good location Price »2250. g _Good business lot on Johnon Ave. good location only »550.00. Save »150 and buy this one. 10—House and lot in Days adth- new house 5 rooms full base Come and let us show it ts ment, modern except heat, you. Price »2750 terms. 13—6 room house and three lots Gormans add. at »1250 1-2 Cash Can arrange bal. 17—Lot 140X350 House 6 roomr all on one floor. In porch, Party anxious to sell wants to leave town. Price »1800 20—34 acres dandy garden place 1 1-2 mile from Oroflno, fenced 14 acres can b" irrigated, good house, Price »3000 1-2 Cash balance 7 per cent interest. Screen 5 rooms good location finished in Half down. Price »1800. 31—Lot 87X100 House plastered 47—160 acres 27 acres Cultivated, 9 acres commercial orchard Can sell all fruit at pi ice 8room house plastered, Cellar 16X20, cow barn 40X32, chicken house 16X20 old house 18X24. Price »4000. 49—40 acres 15 acres cultivated. 5 acres alfafla, small or chard, lots of good water, all fenced, 3 1-2 miles from Orofino, fair buildings. Price »1800.00 1-2 Cash. fir. ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE AND BONDS WRITTEN Bryant & Wellman REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE Orofino, Idaho VLI, ) J THE BEST IS ' THE CHEAPEST We Handlc Only The Best MILLER TIRES ARE NOW Record Makers Puritan fYou know' . ^o/ufw dor* A The Pure Pennsylvania j Mo,or Oik TractorvllO |\ i [Gft together!! There is a grade of Puritan just the right consistency to properly lubricate every • typelof motor SEE US FOR GENERAL REPAIR WORK All Work Guaranteed Clearwater Garage Ml OROFINO, flDAHO MEPHISTO The Guaranteed Squirrel and Gopher Poison MADE UP ACCORDING TO GOVERNMENT FORMULA WITH STRYCHNINE. PUT UP IN OATf ANu WHEAT 50 CibNIt PER POUND $ 7 Pf FOR FIVE POUNDS 10 POUND! FOR $3.25 OWL DRUG CO. PHONE MAIN 4 OROFINO. IDAHO NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Probate Court of the County of Clearwater, State of Idaho. In the Matter of the Estate ot Abram L. Garrison, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administratrix of the estate 0 f Abram L. Garrison, deceased, to t jj e creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administra trix at the office of F. E. Smith, at the Court House, in the Village ot Oroflno. the same being the place for tjj e transaction of the business of gald efc tate, in the County of c .j earwa ter State of Idaho, siRne(i and dated at Oroflno, Ida ho, this 25th day of May A. D. 1921 Bertha K. Garrison, Administratrix.