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ttlearwaier IxUpUDllCall, $1.60 Per Year lu Advance. Entered March 12 1Î112 as aec ond class mail matter in the post ofllce at Oroflno, Idaho, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 18<9. A E. GILLESPIE. Publisher FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1921 The moon's rays ar said to hav • peculiar effect on one young Lewis Lm business man L< wiston Ban lier. Celestial gleams are called moon shine in the upper Clearwater country. POSSIBILITIES OF OIL. The parties drilling i»r oil neai Swallow's Nest a f< w miles above Lewiston on the rivei were reward ed by striking a limited flow of pe troleum September 11. Not enough oil lias yet been developed lo war rant pumping, to say nothing of a gusher being brought in. SI ill the showing is encouraging and the drill Is being driven to still greater depths in the hope that a more ab undant flow will be encountered. While every citizen of this region sincerely wishes for the success of the opeartions now in progress, there is, as yet, no showing to justl fy any excitement over the matter. The number 01 boomers "who are, congreating in Lewi-ton in conse quenec of recent developments lsj| sufficient to warn against a too ready perept.anee or flattering re ports of great possibilities In the Snake river oil fields and against In. congregating in Lewiston in conee nil stocks which are sure to make their appearance as a result of the present very limited showing. Times are hard and there 'are many speculators who are not averse tosqueezing a few dollars n om gul llble people who really have no money they can afford to part with for speculative investment., In pre sent circumstances it Is a mighty good thing to keep the purse strings tight when prospectus inviting in vestment in a sure thing oil pro-j perty is presented.—Kooskia Moun talneer. THE STAIN OF IMMORALITY. A most encouraging sign of the times is the promptness with which motion picture houses in many parts of the country have barred films in which Roseoe (Fatty) Arbuckle appears following the development of the scandal in which he was a principal in San Francisco. It was not so long ago when the Arbuckle notoriety . attained would have been considered by the theatre proprietors as a drawing card, and they would have sought his films to pander to the morbid crowds. Either the theater men have improved morally, or the peo pie's better instincts have revolted. It is more than likely the latter. 101 it is human natur for theater man-1 by timers to Ho wlmt brings in the most money. The cynic might inquire In this instance whether tiie theaters which barred Arburke films had in reality been able obtain them, or whether they h:ui been willing to pay the high price heretofore de manded for them But it may he recalled that Jack Piekford was os tracised The decline in popularity of Mary Piekford and Douglas Fairbanks following their failure to observe the conventions in marrying too soon after the former's as an actor under similar circumstances and Clara Smith Dam on has been banned. divorce may also lie pointed out to indicate that tiie public is becoming more touchy on the point. Clearwater Dray Line H. J. BOBBITT, Proprietor All Kinds of Dray and Transfer Work REASONABLE RATES Phone No. 274 PROMPT SERVICE $50.00 Reward We will pay $50.00 to any one giving information leading to the arrest and conviction*of persons breaking transmis sion line insulators. us Orangeville Electric Light & Power Co. I Decent people have tolerated a great deal bordering on moral /Uth It Is refresh in pictures and plays. inK lo th ' nk lhat l, iey 81 ,east de 'l mand acceptance of ordinary moral : lundurd on the part of the people who U pj„ ai j n them.—Farmers Dis patch. Legal Notices NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED PROVING OF WILL ETC (h|> p robatfe CouIt of the State of Idaho in and for the County of Clearwater. In the Matter of the Estate of Wil liam V. Penoyar D.'Ciuaod. Pursuant to an order or said Pro bate Court, made on the 15.li day of September, 1921, notice is hereby given that Thursday, the 6th day of October, 1921, at 10:00 o'clock a m. ! of said day, at the court room f said Court, at the Cou'th use in Orofino, Clearwater County, Idaho, lias been appointed as the time a .d ■lace for proving the will of sad William V. Penoyar, Deceased, i.s equored by law and for h ar ng the application of Noel R. Marl n or the Issuance to him of let e s of administration with will annex* d. when and where any person inter-! ested may appear and contest the same. Dated this 15th day of Septemb r, 1921. S. M. SNYDEH, Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS j n the Probate Court of the County of Clearwater, State of Idaho. Matter of the Estate ol Almus 1. Rogers, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the un dersigned administrator of the estatg ht Almus T. Rogers, dec-ased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to! exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at his of lsj| n the j fl ce i n the Court House in the Vil lagq of Orofino, the same being the, ( place for the transaction of business of said estate, in j county of Clearwater, State or j Idaho, the the! Signed and dated at Orofino, Idaho, this 20th day of September A. D. 1921. F. E. SMITH, Administrator. NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice Is hereby givm to the qualified voters of Common School District No. 24 and Consolidated School District No. 1, of Clearwater I County, Idaho, that .in election will be beld In each of ->aid districts on the 24tli day of September, 1921, ai the following places 1. School House of '.omnnm School District No. 24. 2. School House of Consolida od 1 1 Vote on ,h< queetio 1 rf : .nexaclon of a P° rtion of Common School Dis i t,lc < No - 24 «bat * msolidate.. District No. 1. EVPLYN U M• RAVIN, County Supt. of Public Instruction School District N • 1. The polls of said election wtU b open from 1:00 p. m to 6.00 p. n The purpose of this ''Delon Is t ■ NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Probate Court of the County HOW'S THIS? HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will do what we claim for it— cure Catarrh or Deafness caused by Datai rh. We do not claim to euro anv other disease. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE 18 a tnLon internally, and! ncts trough blood Upon the muwm8 surfaces of the system, thus reducing the inflammation and re storing normal conditions. AH Druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. a of Clearwater, State of Idaho. In the Matter of the Estate of Mar tin Lynch, deceased. 'l Notice is hereby given by the un- j dersigned administrator of the es late of Martin Lynch, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said de ( (■as- ii, to exhibit them with the j necessary vouchers, within four ' I tonih after the first publication of notice, to the said administra \ 101 ul t,l ' Fidelity State Bank build inK ,n ° Ioftno - the same being the tdaee for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the. county of Clearwater, State of Idaho. tkis 2 0th day of September A. D. 1921. Signed -and dated at Orofino, Idaho, O. H. HOLMBERG, Administrator, NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. f l" the District Court of the S cord Judicial District of the Stale of Idaho, in and for the County ( f Clearwater. .d Rank of Orofino, a corporation.... I .*. Plaintiff VB - n Freeman P. Reed s T° Whom It May Concern: Defendant Notice is Hereby Given, That an j attachment issued out of the abov entitled court in th above ent t d cause, against the prop rty of aid defendant, on the 10th day of Sep ' ! r, tember, 1921. Dated this 12th day of September, 1921. JOSEPH KAUFFMAN. Clerk of the District Court, _ _ _; Notice is hereby given to the ; quritfii d votersof Common' School i District No. 32 and Common School ! District No. 6, of Clearwater Cou : ty, ■ Idaho, that an election will be held to! in each of the said districts on the j f 29th day of October, 19 1, at he ( following places: | 1. School House Common Sch ol • District No. 32. NOTICE OF ELECTION 1 2. School House Common Scho 1 District No. 6. or j The polls of said election will be | open from 1:00 to 6:00 p. m. The purpose of this election is to vote on the question of annexation j j of a portion of Common School Dis D. trict No. 32 to that of Common School District No. 6. EVELYN S. MERW N, County Supt. of Public Instruction. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, September 12, 1921. NOTICE is hereby given U a, Mabel M. Dundas, of Pierce, Idah 1 , ai ; uno, on April 18, 1917. made H me.' stead Entry, No. 07044, for Wl-2 : SWl-4, Section 2, Township 36 North, Range 5 East, Bois Mer'di an. has filed notice of in ention to make three-vear Proof, to estai) 'ber. 1921. | Claimant nntnes as witnesses . l : sh claim to the land above desrr b rd. before the Register n i Receiver °f the U. S. Land Office, at Lewis ton. Idaho, on the 26th day of Octo ■ ; Sumner Rigdon, Raymond S. Plank I James Johnston, George Lynch, all I of Pierce, Idaho. HENRY HEITFELD, j Register. 1 I Non-Coal NOTICE TO CREDITORS. in the Probate Court of the County of Clearwater, State or Idaho, in the Matter of tiie Estate of Iorla E. Frear. Deceas d. ■ Notice 1« hereby giv. n by the un dersigned administrator of the es- 1 i ,ate of Ioria E - Vr ar - deceased, to h " cieditors of - a " d "»* P rs(> 8 11 v. " clRlmf! against the said decea ed. j to exhibit them with the necessary vmKlu ' r *. within ten months after ,he f,rst publication of this no ice 1 t the said administrator, a le law ! office of F. E. Smith, in the court' house in the Village of Or -fino the same being the place for the t, ana r.ction of the business of said estât . in the County of Clearwater. : täte of Idaho. , Signed and dated at Orofino, Idaho, this 12th day of September. A ' D 1921 D fendant ■ CHARLES E FREAR. Adminls'i ator. ; ALIAS SUMMONS. In the Probate Court of the County of Clearwater. State of Idaho. L G. Bullock and O. H. H lmb rg doing business as co-partners, unde •he firm name and siy'e of Bullock 6 Holmberg^ Plaintiff i VS. George E. Davidson Th<? State of Idaho Rend« Gremlin a to the Above Named Defe dan You are hereby summoned to ap P ear *n the ®*>ove entlt'ed Co r to be held in the court room of, said Court in the Village of Oi ofino. J County of Clearwater, Slate of Ida ho. In the above entitl 'd cause at 1 ft: 00 o'clock a. m. upon the flret! day of December, 1921, and answer plaintiff's complaint on Tile n said Court, or plaintiff will take judge m<nt aainst you as prayed in said j complaint, tiie amount of one cer am pr mis This action Is brought to recove sory note, made, executed and de livered by the defendant to \ la'ntiff herein, dated July 1, 1920 -nd payable September 1, 1920, to the amount of $100.00. In Witness Whereof, I hav be e lie unto set my hand and seai his 14th day of September, 1921. S. M. SNYDER, Probate Jud e (Seal) Verncr R. Clements, Attorney for Plaintiff, Residence and Post Of fice Address, Orofino, Idaho. ALIAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the S: co d Judicial District, State of Idaio, in and for the County of Cl ar water. Alfred Leroy Hughes P aintiff vs. I Mabel Hughes The State of Idaho Sends Gr et mgs: To Mabel Hughes, the abov uef-ndant named defendant. You are hereby notified that a complaint has been filed against you n the District Court of the Seco d imlicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Clearwater, by the above named ' plaintiff. Said action is brought to dissolv' ! the bonds of nntrimeny heretofore' and now existing betw en you and 1 plaintiff, plaintiff alleging that you deserted him on or about Fe tembe ' | ■trd, 1920, and you are hereby cl-i ; iected to appear and answer h s li i -.omplalnt within twenty days al th. I ! service of this summons, if seived ■ within said Judicial District, a d, within forty days, if served else j where; and you are furth r notifie ihat*unless you so appear and n here specified, 1 wer said complaint within the tim • the pla ntiff will ■ take judgement against you, as pray cd in said complaint. Witness my hand and the seal of 3th day o | said District Court, this j September, 1921. JOSEPH KAUFFMAN. Clerk (Seal of the District Court) P. W. Mitchell, Attorney for Plaint iff, Residence and Post Office Ad dress, Nez Perce, Idaho. ; NOTICE OF ELECTION. Notice is hereby given to the qualified voters of Lapsed Common School District No. 3 and Common 1 School District No. 1, of Clearwater t ! County, Idaho, lhat an election will j be held in each of the said dis.ricts on the 24th day of September, 1921 the following pla ces: : 1. School House of Lapsed Com mon School District No. 3. 2. School House of Common School District No. 1. The polls of said election will b open from 1:00 p. 111 . to 0:o0 p. m. The purpose of this election is )>■ vote on ,, of Lapri(?d Com mon No. 3 to thaï of Co.non School Di - ■ question of annexation School D st let trict No. i. EVELYN S. MEilAVI.:, r actio.: I County Supt. o t Public Ii j 1 r n the Di: a ici c ALIAS SUMMONS i of the Second j Judicial District ol the Stale oi Idaho, in and lor tiie County o Clcarv. atcr. J. H. Perkins,,. ■ . . . . Plaint TT VS. A. D. Hull and Magna Hull, his jf e 1 The state of x daho Sends Greet ; ing to A. D. Hull and Magna Hu.l j hi ; wifc; to John A. Saboe; and t 1 1 and John A. Saboe, and An na L. Tannahiil.Defendants I Anna L. Tannahiil, the above n&m ed defendants; You are hereby notified that a: ! coniplalnt has been fUed agalnst ! , n the Dislrlct Court of second Judicial District of the state of ldaho , in and for cioa. wabr County by lhc , above nam , d p i aln , iff and yöu are hereby dlr e C red to ap pear and answer the said complaint within twenty days of the service of! thls 8ummonB lf wlthtll Ba| , j Judicial District, and within forty I days if served elsewhere, and you are further notified that unless you so appear and answer said co.n- ; plaint herein within the time her?- j in specified, the plaintiff will tak j judgement against you as prayed in said complaint. The above entitled case is an action to foreclose a mortgage on renl es tate In Clearwater County, Idaho. Witness my hand and the seal of the District Court this 6th day ol August. ,1921. the ; JOSEPH KAUFFMAN, (Seal of the District Court.) Clerk of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the state of Idaho, In and for Clear water County. Wm. J. Hannah, I Attorney for Plaintiff, residence and Postoffice Addresa, Orofino. Idaho. 8 - 19-8 Building Material At Reduced Prices We now have all kinds of Building Ma terial in stock at pri es that cannot he beat. Time can be given on house orders We also mill your own Lumber to your order at $2.00 and up. it over with us. A. M. Case Lumber Company Talk Real Estate and Insurance Bryant & Wellman We Want Listings In and Out of Town A Few Good Ones to Look Up 1 100X100, house 6 rooms, good location, mod Terms. 79. Lot ern except heat,. Price only $2500.00. | 3 acres. Family orchard, spring water, 1 mile from town. Price $ 600.00 78. I 6 room house and good large lot. Terms. 5. Only $2250.00. 2 good lots Day's addition, $550.00 280 acres; 80 cultivated, fine improvements, close to market, lots of outside range, plenty of water, a peach of a stock ranch. Price $7900.00. Terms. 37. 66 . 160 acres; 135 cultivated, lots of outside range, all fenced, part hog tight, 6 room house, barn 48X 60. machine shed, garage, cellar, all good build ings. Price $18000.0 0. 71. ■ is a fin? home as well as a good ranch Terms. This We have many other good places and would like to tell you about them, if jou will come into our office. Bryant & Wellman Orofino, Idaho All Kinds olInsurance All Kinds of Bonds ; t j —— y j) St SSKl fe THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST We Handle Only The Best MILLER TIRES ^ ARE NOW Record Makers ifflR I il •I Yotj| Know The Pure Pennsylvania Motor AA 'iealer Oil •iteXrz ; 3 iii and ' P : Tractor Get together! 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