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THE REX THEATRE nr Iiesiri "Riders of the Dawn" of Wheat" li> Zane Gray. Oct. 3. 4 ancl5. "Reputation," Priellla In an Oct 6, 7 and 8. "The Blazing Trail," Frank Mayo, and International News. Oct. 10, 11 und 12. "Puppets of Fate." Viola Dana, and "Haunted House" with Busier Keaton, Oct. 13, 11 and 10. I "The Egg Crate Wallop," Chas. Kay, and Travelog, Oct. 17, 18 «bd j 19. ! "inside the Cup," Paramount's greatest production In the year, Oct. 20, 21 and 22. "The Wallop," Harry Carey, In ternational News and comedy, Uot. 24, 25 and 26 "Black Beunty," Oc. 27. 28. 29. with Wallace' Reed, anil Travelog, Oct. Nov. 1 and 2. "O'Mally O' The Mounted," Bill Hart, and Travelog. Nov. 3, 4 and Speed' "Double ■ 31. and 5. "The Man Tamer," Gladys Walton, International News 'and comedy, Nov. 7, 8 and 9. "Humoresque," Paramount special, and Travelog. Nov. 10, 11 anil 12 "The Shark Master," Frank Mayo, j International News and comedy. Nov. 14, 15 and 16. "The Prince Chap," Tbps. Meig ban. and Travelog. Nov. 17. 18 and 19. I anothi r famous! I "On With the Dance," Paramount, Nov. 21, 22 and 2 3. "Behold My Wife," Paramount, Nov. 24. 25 and 26. The Re- Th atre tak s pleasure in present!; g the above program for the months of Oct. and Nov. We are confid lit no betUr line up of features could be s cured and re quest our put-ons to compare these | with programs you sec or the out- j side, in any city regardless of It's! sixe. HC« WRESTLING MATCH .. s'. ■ . Ty w i. k al Fii; ■M REX THEATRE, OROFINO Saturday, Oct. 8th — 9:30 p. m. A jfeE-i % He • ■ m m * JIMMIE CRAWFORD Held Under the Auspices of the Lewis-Clark Athletic Club, Lewiston V '■TÏ JIMMIE CRAWFORD A > ' Weight, 152 lbs MIDDLE WEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE PACIFIC COAST Orofino * - M.j l /■y - i VS * ■ 4i GUST SCHNEIDAU ■ J •S-.l Lewiston Weight, 175 lbs LIGHT HEAVY WEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE PACIFIC COAST ( : 1 s ; Srhneideau agrees to throw Crawford twice in one hour, last match with McTarnahan we can't see where Schneideau gets his ideas— Eh, Jimmie? words, so it will give the Crawford backers something to look forward to. From Crawfords xL%ï- ' ■ VSmbS V Schneidau says he will back himself with more than mere igS&j; ■ j ' ' jffl m *. », 'J ■r'% 1. ■>, 'vfj LETS GO j •i General Admission, $1.00 War Tax, 10 Cents 4 ,1 •wj • <•% Ring-Side Seats on Sale at the Owl Drug Store OUST SCHNEIDAU PERSONAL Pauline! MOTHER— Be careful, my REPU TATION' Is at stake. LAURA FIGLAN Come to Amer ica at once someone who clams to he you, is using your name and REPUTATION. A Friend. I I am sorry but I had to steal your REPUTATION to save it from disgrace. MOT HER Paultne. You are a thief, a The REPUTA PAULINE and an impostor. TION you are using Is mine. Vour Mother. lar j LOST A wonderful International REPUTATION In the wild life of l.ondon and Paris. LOST AND FOUND ! Laura Flglan. FOUND A wonderful Internation REPUTATION, slightly tar nished but now brigbtendi up again. Apply at stage entrance. Pauline. 3, WANTED. ■ A GOOD Clean REPUTATION that : ; can be turned into money any place. Apply Theatre. A BEAUTIFUL, talented girl with aj REPUTATION above reproach. Theatre. j I A REPUTATION as big ns Pris lila Dean's. Theatre. I A REPUTATION big enough to at tract crowded houses. Theatre. P •' ■ t / . • ~ i j t . : V ; i'v S. 'Wt ■v I Jk | j ' - ■ . V I > Î"// ! Pnijc/tiA GENERAL ORDINANCE NO. 101 ! Local Improvement District No. 3 ORDINANCE No. 3. AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZIN'; THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD ! OK TRUSTEES AND THE y n , LAGE CLERK OF OROFINO. ID AHO TO ENTER INTO A CON ! T RACT WITH A G HESTER ' FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OK ! THE IMPROVEMENTS IN LUCA,/ IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NUM ! HER 3 OF SAID VILLAGE. ' | ' WHEREAS, sealed proposals have j been heretofore called for, for th | construction of tlie Improvements to I be constructed In Local Improve- j ment District No. 3, Village of Uro flno, Idaho, by notice duly and reg-: ularly published In the Clearwater; Republican, which is a weekly news- ( paper published at Orofino, in the County of Clearwater, state of Ida ho. and which Is the official news paper of said Village for the pub llcatton of all resolutions, ordinances, i nptiees and matters required to be 1 published in a newspaper in connec lion with any matter relating to said Local Improvement District No. 3, Orofino, Idaho, and; WHEREAS, In accordance with said notice, sealed proposals for the; construction of raid improvements in said local Improvement district were duly received up to the hour of six o'clock P. M..of August 29, : 1921, at which time, at a meeting ; of the Chairman and Board of Trus tees of the Village of Orofino, Idaho, said sealed proposals were duly opened before said Chairman and Board, and each sealed proposal or bid was thereafter, together with the name of the bidder, entered upon 1 the minutes of said meeting: and it appearing froth an examination and' inspection of said sealed proposals that A. G. Kester was the lowest and best responsible bidder upon said sealed proposals, for the con struction of the. improvements to be made In said Local Improvement District No. 3; and WHEREAS, at said meeting nfore ■ I said, by unanimous vote of the Chair- , man and Board of Trustees of s=alit Village of Orofino, the contract for the construction of said improve : ments in said Local Improvement | aj . District No. 3, was awarded to the ! ! said A. G. Kester; NOAV THEREFORE, Be it Or- ! dallied by the Chairman and Board ; I ! of Trustees of the Village of Oro fino, Idaho: Section 1. That the Chairman i of the Board of Trustees and the I t ! Vllla * e C lerk bp and her( -^ »>-e authorized'and directs to ente ,n, ° a contpâc * hälf et the ! VMlaee of ° rof,no ' ldaho . f,, r ,he ' conH,rut,lon of * he improvements ! ,r ' be instructed in Local Improve-! nl, ' nt VM ™ 3 ' * n the ! of ° ro,,no ' ,dnbo ' ,n ««ordance ; | * ,,h . th " a " d ^ j «cations therefor and heretofore | ' j adoptpd and now on K)e *.jth the}. | Village Clerk, at the price bid by ! I | b( . said A. G. Rester, and in accord j ance w jth the award made to the \ aatd A G K ester on the said 29»hj day 0 f August, 1921. Passed and approved this 17th ! ( aay 0( Septemberi 192 i. j N. O. HELGESON, Chairman ! i 1 (Seal Village of Orofino) 1 Attest: F. E. SMITH, Village Clerk, pro tern. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sale of Beal Estate Should Not Be Made. 1 it In the Probate Court of the County of Clearwater, State of Idaho. • In the matter of the Estate Washington F. Dillow, Decea-ed. Oren D. CTockett. the administrat or of the estate of Washington F. Dillow, deceased, having filed in this court his petition duly verified ■ praying for an order of sale of the rial estate of said estate for the purposes therein set forth. It is therefore ordered that all per sons interested in the estate of said Washington F. Dillow appear befor the said Probate Court on Thursday I the 20th day of October, 1921, at; the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said | day, at the courtroom of said court in the Village of Orofino. In the Co- ( Clearwater St... of .0-, ho. then and there to show cause I why an order should not be granted j to the sajd administrator to sell a i portion of the real estate of th said , Washington F. Dillow. deceased, and) (ba , a copy of t j, ls or< j e .- be publish- j (d at ] Pn st four successive weeks in, : tbe ci earwa ter Republican, a news ' | paper pr i n ted and published in said or I . : ! Goun ( y ! The real estate hereinbefore re ! ferred to is particularly described ; as follows to wit: I Lote 9 and 10 in Block 2 of the Original Towmdte of the Village of the County of Clear i Orofino, in I water. State of Idaho. (7); Township 3b North of Kang. 2 East of Boise Meridian in Clear-j watej . county. state of Idaho, th Tic« North along the East line of said, ; Section, a distance of 677.3 l et j thence angle to he left 69 de | 7 n ,| nuteSi a distance of 139.4 feet, North 67 degrees 40 minutes We, l A tract of land d sirioed as fo»« lows, to-« it: Runuirg from Sou'heast corner of Sect), n th Seven ■e-''S ! to I he point of beginning, being Noi th east corner; thence to right 12 \ degree::i 40 minutes North 55 d'green W est 217.9 ft., being parallel to and 25 ft. distant from ihe center of th ! C. R. Fisk Road; thence angle to 1 jft j 80 degrees, 21 minutes, South 441 ! degrees 30 minute. Wear 300.5 ft., thence South 4 5 d 'gre's Ea it angle to left of 90 degrees, a di tance of' 210 feet, thence North 4 5 degrees 30 minutes East 289.7 f'et to point' 1 of beginning, containing 1.56 acres.; more or. less, A tract of land In the Southeas quarter of the Southeast quarte oi Section 7, , Township 36 North of Range 2 East of Boise Meridian, in Clearwater County, State of Idaho, | t Son 1 ) court ( -- THF DFPO'UTOR 5 AND 0THE' '« mlmmTY I CR EDIT0RS OF THE FIDELIiY, j i j April, the following collections and disbursements have been made by ' the Department of Finance in tne liquidation of its assets: I described as follows: Bounded on the East by the East the South line of said Section 7, on by the Cemetery, on the Southwest by the lower County road, on thej Northwest by the tract originally. deeded by the Clearwater Improve ment Company to one (Williams, and the North by the upper County road, containing two acres, more or less. on Dated this 16th day of September 1921. S. M. SNYDER Probate Judge, _! : STATE BANK. 1921 Orofino, Idaho, Sept. 20. Since the closing of this bunk Iasi 7.269.56 623.bs 98.82 $ Notes Collected ! Interest Collected Commissions . Bonds & Warranty Coi 1,642.27 I lected 'Collected from Security's Transferred to Bank for I purchase of certain notes I Collections from Capital Stock Assessments . . . ■ Cush on hand when tak en over by Commis | ! et l 2,375-Sô 1 , 000.00 3,352.59 sinner 1 6,362.67 2,40163 t I Expenses to date I 1 Notes owned and h-Md by the bank which are con sidered good and col he $ 37,122.61 lectiblc 12 | 1 Bonds & Warrants held by the bank and not pledged as security. . . . (lied by other than individual deposi which priority 2,708,73 jft Claims 441 j tors In of payment is asked for Highway Districts (including and School of' I monly called "preferred I claims" . ! Deposit Liabilities (to and City funds) com $ 40,595.10 $143,898.91 tal deposits) oi J of in of the bank at the time of closing j wore $206,000.73. Of this amount Total loans as shown by the book 'ucliclaims disallowed hj him may ** 4 ~"* 4 * C T. ~T any payments are made to regular ; The affairs of the above bank are by being handled by the undersigned, tne a s Agent for the Commissioner, w 1 1li a view of dlways conserving the as $96,610.55 was held by other banks as security to this bank s Bills Pay I able and Overdrafts. • thej thb . bank amoun ting to »109.390.18 _ $64,518.11 was classed as doubt and bad : j or The balance of the notes left in There will be some recovery of notes held by correspondent banif«*x, but at (his time the amount canmlt* The same applies he determined, to doubtful and bad pap. c. The above mentioned preferred claims have not as yet Deen passed upon by the Commissioner, and any ! depositors of this bank and until such court decisions are rendered, a'J money collected must be held by ; the Commissioner. ■ n-ts in every waj possible, and at a minimum expense. i O. H. HOLMBERG. Agent D p't of Finance.