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turn. dren ton Mr. ger. J. 'W. Blake was an outgoing passenger on the morning train finny. J. W. Cavanaugh was a passen ger on Saturday's morning train ' for Lewiston. W H. Phar, of Gilbert, made a business trip to Lewiston on Sat urday's passinger. Mrs. Geo. McKinnon was an outgoing passenger on the morn ing train Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Baker were passengers on the morning train train Sunday for Peck. E. R. Chambers; of Ahsahka, visited Orofino last week and left for home Satirday morning. Miss Mable Weaver, of Lenore, visited friends at the county seat last week and departed for home Saturday morning. Maynard Brown came up from Lewiston Sunday for a short visit with his family, and returned on the train Monday morning. E. A. Wise, of the Orofino Trading Company, went to Lew iston Saturday for a short visit with his family at Clarkston. J. W. McCullough, of Fraser, was a county seat visitor last week and departed for Lewiston on the morning train Saturdoy. V. R. Clements, assistant coun ty attorney, went to Association headquarters on Thursday with Lloyd Hill for a short outing in the woods. Miss Mullikin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mullikin, of For est View Ridge, was a departing passenger on the train Monday morning. H. N. Lawrence made a busi ness trip to Lewiston on Mon day's passenger to arrange for the removal of his family to that place this week. R' M. Crow came in from the Dead Horse lookout, in the Asso ciation territory last week and went to Ahsahka Saturday morn ing for a short visit. Merwyn Dickson, nephew of J. B. Dickson, and Roy Walker, who visited at the Dickson home, departed on Saturday's morning train for South wick. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Myers have moved from the Osterhout building and are now domiciled on Main Avenue m the building formerly occupied by Dr. Senters. Bill Walsh came in from Asso ation headuuarters Thursday and returned the same day to assist in handling the young fish ship ment for streams in the Associa tion area. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, of Pull man, who visited with Mrs. Hughes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Simpson, on Eureka Ridge, departed on the morning train for^home Sunday. County Attorney F. E. Smith and Dr. E. W. Horswill have swapped residence quarters, Dr. Horswill moving into the Harlan residence and Attorney Smith lo cating in the McLean house. C. A. Brophy, of La Grange, 111, father of Mrs. Dr. H. D. Britan, and brother, George Brophy, of Chicago, departed for the East on Monday's morning train, after a pleasant visit at the Britan home. Miss Crystal Chenowith. daugh ter of Mrs. Mary Chenowith, of Portland, Oregon, visited with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Chambers, of Glenwood, and departed for home Tuesday. H. V. Llnberg, representing the Spokane and Eastern Trust Co., was at the county seat last week injthe interest of his com pany, and departed for the Falls City on Saturday's morning pas senger. Gust Schneidau. who was de feated by Crawford in Saturday night's wrestling match, departed for Lewiston on Sunday's morn ing train considerably disappoint ed at the unexpected outcome of the bout. J. C. Bullock went to Spokane ou Wednesday's morning train to purchase stock for his rapidly in Mrs. cal Dr. the will met met tax and creasing second hand business. Lookout for bargains on his re turn. Mrs. John Lomax, of Kamiah, | came down on Tuesday's morning j train. Mrs. Dillon and children were passengers for Lewiston on this morning's train. Mrs. M. J. Johnson and daugh ter,Josie, were passengers on this morning's train for Lewiston. Rev. J. A. Hoffman and chil dren were passengers for Lewis ton on Thursday's morning train Miss Majorie Schmid, daughter Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Schmid, of Lewiston, visited her uncle Arno Yakel this week, and departed for home on this morning's passen ger. a ' ! I 1 Mrs. Walter Flock, daughter of Mrs. J. H. McEvers, was taken to Lewiston this morning for medi cal treatment. Mrs. McEvers and Dr. Fairly accompanied Mrs. Flock on the train. Henry Snyder departed for Spokane Wednesday * morning enroute to Oroville, Wash., on the Okanogan river. Mr. Snyder will visit the Sound and possibly California before returning home. Official Proceedings Clearwater County Orofino, Idaho, June 27th, 1921 Board of County Commiselo. er met as Board of Equalization pur suant to law, all members of Board being present the Board pro leeds to examine the tax rolls. It now being 5 o'clock p. m. Urn Board adjourns until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. J. B. DICKSON, Chairman. tn Attest: JOSEPH KAUFFMAN, Clerk. Orofino, Idaho, June 28, 1921. Board of County Commissioners met pursuant to adjournment o, yesterday, all members being pre.ent whereupon the Board examined the tax roll as a Board of Equalization and at I he close of the day ad New Prices on Titan and International Tractors Now Lowest Ever Quoted C FFECTIVE immediately, *■— 1 reduction in the prices we make another big of Titan and Interna tional tractors. These reductions wipe out all former advances and place Titan and International tractors at the lowest prices at which they have ever been sold. International 8-16 $900 Titan 10-20 $900 Tltii price ia about one-fourth lesa than the price at which the 8-16 aold March of thia year. The new Thia ia the loweat price ever quoted on the Titan, considering the equi ment now included (formerly so extra). Up to March of this year the price was $1,200—today it ia $900. At this figure the Titan 3-plow tractor is the best value in the farm power field. Id pnor to figure is the lowest at which it was ever sold. The new price includes all the nec essary equipment—platform, fenders, governor, belt pulley—features which must be paid for extra on some tractors The International 15-30 has been reduced to $1,750 —lower than it has ever been before. The man who needs a 4-plow tractor cannot find a better investment than the 15-30 at this price. (All prices f. o. b. Chicago.) Considering quality, power, equipment, and the service which follows every machine, Titan and International tractors at these new low prices are unquestionably the best buy in the tractor market. As these prices have been made regardless of manufacturing costs, we do not guarantee to maintain them. These prices certainly justify the immediate purchase of a tractor. Put it at the horse-killing work of hot weather plowing, and your fall and winter belt work. See our tractor dealer for full information on deliveries and terms. International Harvester Company OF AMERICA CHICAGO S3 Branch Nmm and IS,OOO Dealer» in the United State a USA tlNCORPOftATCO» j° urned tomorrow morning at | j j a o'clock J. B. DICKSON, Chairman. ! Ältest : JOSEPH KAUFFMAN, Clerk. Oil lino, Idaho, June 29, 1921. I Boar, w Count} Commiuaioners met pursuant to adjournment ot yesterday, all members being present the Board again puts in the day ex amining the tux rolls and at the close of the day adjourns until Frt 1 day at 1 o'clock, p. m. J. B. DICKSON. Chairman. Atiest: JOSEPH KAUFFMAN, Clerk. Orofino, Idaho, June 30, 1921. The Board of County Commis ion ers met as a board of County Com missioners pursuant to adjoummen. j of June 1st, 1921, and transact bus-j Iness in tegular April session, members or the Board being present j minutes of June 1st read ai d ap-j proved, and the following Current i $ 30.7 5 2.25 All I Expense Bills Examined and Fail F. O. Berg Co., tents Mrs. Bert Martin, witness.. F. I. Lindgren, horse hire. . G. F. Brazier, Justice tees.. J. M. Bryant, auto hire Co. Atty. A. Jensen, juror.'. N. O. Helgeson, cash to Mosher . 10.50 3.09 I 16.50 2.00 20.00 2.00 W. A. Wellman, Juror. Julian Dobson, Juror. Orflno Trading Co. Mdse, to Mrs. Tane . Mrs. E. G. Burdette, Assist ing Co. Supt. John A. Hoffman, Assisting < Co. Assessor . Clearwater Republican, Ptg. and supplies. Clearwater Republican, Ptg. and supplies C. E. Bobo and Son, Funeral l Xpv l, Orofino 'Hading Co. Mdse to Mrs. Heath . Shaw & Borden Co. supplies to Assessor . Chas. Hull, expenses . W. J. White, expenses. J. M. Bryant, auto hire, Sheriff . Herman Mooie, witness . . . Clearwater -Republican, Ptg. and supplies . Omer C. Snyder, auto hire Sheriff .,. Ed Hendrickson, witness. . . Geo. Tharis, witness . 2.00 «.46 1<!.V0 «7.20 ! 48.34 ' 7 "23.20 79.59 -o 10.011 30.00 5.00 15.35 33.00 5.75 o, the 39.75 12.00 2.20 j 2.20 j Tom Pcondras, witness' .... Mrs. N. Scondrus. witness., t'lecrwutcr Republican. Ptg. and supplies . H. !S. Osiburn. camp outfit*. cruise . Orofino Mercantile Co., can vas;. . I'ete Darts, witness . Amos Case, witness . 20 0 35.54 1.50 8.33 3.00 2.25 2.00 J. C. Bullock. Juror . Sam Porter, auto hire Sheriff 126.00 Frank Gaffney expenses . . . T. S. Collett, road work . . . E. H. Atherton, supplies . . . J. W. Cavanaugh, road work Wm. Hardman, road work. . H. Aiken, road work . E. H. Atherton, road supplies Wm. Bernard, road work... Now at this time the Chairman of All 25.69 15.00 4.85 4.85 27.00i 58.50 150 33.00 this papers and receipts that arc neces of the $5000.00 bond of the Anterl can Surety Company for the Fidelity state Bank securing county funds. The Board adjourns to meet again tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. Board is authorized to sign sary for the payment to the County J. B. DICKSON, Chairman. Attest : JOSEPH KAUFFMAN, Clerk. I (Continued from last week) m 5 ''M ! I ' ALL READY for you are the pure food:-, and ap petlzing lunchen we offer. Co re in and try lunching with us. You will find it convenient, quick, easy and satisfactory. portions, prices and prompt attention are as sured every patron ot our Generous modéra' e LUNCH COUNTER Home Bakery i OROFINO. IDAHO F.I. LINDGREN j j Watchmaker and Jeweler IDAHO OROFINO Gasoline Alley C. NO. 1 FIRE STATION nt BACK OF We Repair Anything Gasoline or Electrically j urtven. I All Work Must Be Satisfactory. We are out of the high rent district and the saving is jours. Give us a Trial I HOMER COHUN PHONE 18« FRANK F. KIMBLE Attorney At Law | Orofino. Idaho j Burns Block F ELLIOTT SMITH A ttorney -at-Law Orofino, Idaho Merrill Lodging) House ROOMS, 50c. AND UP Booms for Housekeeping Furnished or Unfurnished J. W. MERRILL. Prop Orofino, Idaho If You Investigate Properly i[our reasoning will inevitably lead you o the conclusion that this is the »ank in which you should have your noney. t A bank can keep your money secure and pay you interest on it because it employs your capital securely as well as successfully. We do just that with any funds that you entrust to us. /,3k our customers about us. BANK OF OROFINO ; Largest and Strongest Bank in Clearwater Valley. Member of the Federal Reserve System. Money to Loan 1 5 > On improved farm and city property. I SEE US FOR ANY LINE OF INSURANCE Mix-Walrath Realty Co. OROFINO, IDAHO CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SA1.K—Span of mules, S and 9, weight 1150 and 1250. C. H. Ede Harness COW WANTED—1 will buy a good milk cow, one giving about 3 gallons nt a mi,kin «- Frank Sisk, Orofino. FOUND: A man's purse containing a wrist watch. Bank of Orofino. j strayed or stoi • EN Brown 3-year old mare colt, no brands, Small white I spot in forehead. $5.00 reward for in Noble!'Ororfno" 8 t0 recovery ' P- J ' WANTED TO BUT cash market prices for chickens, beef and hog: We pay highest Bullock & Holmberg. urowing timber will help pay for the late war as well as ior schools, roads and otoer local neeëa. I careful burning slashings. Be | j Clearwater Hotel RATES Rooms 50c to $1.60 per day Rooms by week $2. and up HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Everything new and clean Up-to-date Free Bath for Guests Fred Trotzky, Proprietor Hotel Orofino Rates $1.50 to $2.50. Sanitary Kitchen. Clean Beds American Pian. Qiick Service Outsiue Rooms. Sample Room OUR MOTTO- "Court«*)' to all Guetta" N. O. Halttcron. Proprietors. Orofino. Idaoh.