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Clearwater Republican. (Orofino, Idaho) 1912-1922, September 30, 1921, Image 7

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Mon., Tues., Wed
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Local and Personal
D. C. Keyes mad a business trip
to Lewiston on Tuesdays passenger.
C. H. Ede was a passenger for
Lewiston on this morning's passeng
er.
Dennis Keane of Fraser was trans
acting business at the county seat ;
this wèek.
Lawrence R. Olson departed for
Spokane Saturday morning en route
to Alberta, Canada.
Senator U. S. Mix was an outgo
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urdays morning train.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Phar were
outgoing passengers on the morning
train Saturday for Lewiston.
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Tom Nygard was transacting busi -1
ness in Lewiston this week leaving,
here on Tuesday's morning pass* n- j
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Mrs. E. W. Horswill and sons
Harry Lee and Erie, were passen
gers for Lewiston on Saturday's
morning train.
Mrs. Jope departed for Colfax this
morning to ascertain the amount of
loss to their home, which was lately
damaged by fire.
Mrs. N. O. Helgeson went to
Kainiah last w<ek to visit her sis
ter Mrs. John Lomax, and returned
on Sunday's morning - passenger.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McTarnahan
bustling and pretty little village,
that they have decided to locate^ at.
Orofino's attract-,
are so favorably impressed with our j
the county seat.
ive influence is difficult to resist,
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Cream SEPARATOR
with the new Million Dollar Bowl. Why not come in and invea
tlgate this superb machine and talk Dairying over with us.
Don't you think you could make money by owning a few cjwb, an
Empire Cream Separator, and
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SELL YOUR CREAM TO THE
Orofino Creamery Company
FOR 48c PER POUND TODAY
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J. M. Bryant wag a passenger on !
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! W. H. Oppliger wag an outgoing j
I passenger on the morning train.
I Tuesday.
Mrs. Joe Gray of Kellogg, Idaho,
and children are visiting relatives j
in Glenwood.
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O. H. Holmberg, Agent State De
partment of Finance, made a bust -1
ness trip to Lewiston on Saturday's,
for passenger.
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Miss Ruth Alteneder departed for
Spokane on Saturday's morning pas
senger after a pleasant visu with
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Sal-, the home folks,
A. D. Fox departed for Little Fallr
were N. Y., after an absence of 14 years, j
He went home to assist in settling,
up a family* estate.
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Spokesman-Review, made a vis'. tc j
n- j the county seat Wednesday and de- j
parted Thursday morning for Lewis- '
C. H. Martin, .representing the
sons ton.
Mrs. Hal Moor, of Portland, Ore
gnn, departed for home this morning ■
after a short but pleasant visit with 1
this her parents, Mr and Mrs. Ellis Small
of of Glenwood.
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The District Court adjourned on |
Tuesday, after a two dayt^ session.
Judge Steele and others who at
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sis- tended the short court term depart
ed on the morning train Wednesday,
F. S. Randall, a prominent Lew
iston lawyer and attorney for the
Waterman Bank affairs, was Iran
at. sacting legal business at the county j
seat this week and departed for ^
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our j State Finance Department in the
home Tuesday morning.
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Complete Funeral for
$ 50.00
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A Raised Top, Cloth
Covered Casket with
Six Handles and Out
side Box, Our Ser
vice Included.
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Mrs. Fred Mooers and
little j
■ daughter were passengers for Lew
1 j s t on 0 jj Monday's morning train.
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H. V. Allingham of Peck visited
j Orofino, Thursday, and departed for |
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Friday morning.
J. W. McTarnahan went to Lewls
l ton on Monday's morning passengei , *
to make arrangements for the,
Schneidau-Crawford wrestling match
a week hence.
Mrs. M. E. Crisp of Spokane, was on
an Orof i no vlH , tor this week and re
j turned home on the mornlng train I of
^ Wednesday, with her daughter Lois . ■ i n
j who has been on Central ridge for a
the past two months.
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John Loseth, who has been in
Portland for some time reached here
last week to visit relatives and de - 1
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parted on Monday's morning passen- j of
ger to complete his studies in the
University of Idaho, at Moscow.
John Hudson, a familiar citizen
of Orofino and old time resident of
the Clearwater valley, departed for j
Boise this morning to enter the sold-'
iers home and enjoy the kindness of I e<j
Uncle Sam in providing a pleasant
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Severs! members of the Salvation ;
Army visited Otofino yesterday and
held a meeting last night to initiate
a drive for more funds. A campaign!
manager from Boise accompanied tile its
Salvationists n\d publicity matter
place for deserving veterans in their
old age.
will sopn be Issued togain support
for this army financial move.
Mrs. Frank Rider was called to
Spokane Tuesday morning to be at
the bedside of her husband, who was
compelled to undergo a second sur- j
glcal operation. Last Information 1
reported Mr. Rider as slowly im
proving and his many Orofino 1
friends hope to soon see him again
at home fully recovered.
W. B. Laird, General Manager of
! the Potlatch Lumber Co.; T. P. Jone
[logging superintendent, W. Helmet
! chief cruiser, each of the same com
pany and Henry Turkish >f »bo
Western Land Company, of Duluth
Minnesota, visited the Pierco sect bin
this week and departed from Oro
fino by auto this rooming.

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Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smith, former I
Oroflnoites, and for several
i located at Elk River, where Mr
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I Smith w r as employed by the Potlatcn
Lumber Co., have located again at j
the county seat and are now keep- f
lng house in the dwelling formerly
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Myers.
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Contractor A. G. Keister is making
* rapid progress with hla work of
j preparing the foundation for laying
j concrete sidewalks In Improvement]
■District No 3. The removal of the
j old dllapitated wooden sldewslks ls|P
already a notiçabie improvement
and s«K»n the concrete walks will be
an additional Improvement to our
thriving village
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j Mr. and Mrs. Doc Bonner of Ford
Creek ridge are the happy parents
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of a little boy, who arrived a few j
days ago.
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Geo. Lanphere of the Moscow Star
Mirror visited Orofino this week
and made a trip into the woods be
Ben E. Bush, state land agent and
, * ore motoring home.
Dr. J. M. Fairley reports the ar
rival of a little son this week at'the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Shaw
on Ford Creek ridge«
Kenneth Lowell the youthful son
I of Mr . and Mib . Lowellj who resides
■ i n the Merrill Apartments, fell off
a p u e „f i un ,ber yesterday and bl oke
his arm.,
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There was a head on collisit.i
Monday between Fred Trotzkeÿ auto
I and Will Harris bug on the corner
j of Johnson ttnd CoI1( , ge Avenues j
Arch Rowland was driving the bug !
and in turning the corner near the j
Bank of Orofino ran into the Trotz
key car. The Ford bug for some
j unexplainable reason was consider
ably damaged and the Saxon
I e<j w ith a slight bruise
escap
R. D. Lecper, a Lew'tston attorney
and State Commander of the Amerl- j
! can Legion, met with a number oi i
; service men in Dr. J. M. Fairly's of- •
fice Monday night and addressed
the boys on Legion matters. Mr.
Lecper is preaching Amricanisin and
its perpetuation by the American j
Legion, which Is destined to be a
powerful organization in the uphold*
lng of American rights.
Gust Schneidau. the big wrestler
from Lewiston attended the wrest
^ng match Saturday night and chal
j longed the winner, Crawford,
1 Saturday night, Oet. 8, whlcn j
wns accepted by Crawford. Schneidau j
1 agrees to throw Crawford twice ln I
for
an hour and an exceptionally good j
exhibition is promised. Mr. Schnei
dau departed for Lewiston Sunday ,
morning, but will be on hand to
tackle Crawford.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Myers de
parted for Lewiston. Wednesday
Morning, where they intend to lo
j cate permanently. Mr. and Mrs.]
1 Myers have many friends at thi o«Un -1
I ty seat who are sorry to lose them. |
but hope they will prosper in their
I new j, ome
Mrs. Myers was assist
|an t to Miss Cecil .Parker, county
• superintendent, before her marriage
and warren hns been on«* nt '"»••oflno*
j most accommodating barbers,
f ^he paB t f our years. The Republi
for
can wishes the happy young couple I
success in their new location.
AID SOCIETY MEETS OCTOBER 5
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Aid will meet at the M. E. church
on Wednesday, October 5. at 2:3U
ls|P- m. Mrs. Wm. Noble and Mrs.
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The regular meeting of the Ladies
B. J. Kinne will entertain. A work
for the ensuing year will be discus
sed and all members are requested to
be present.
ARRESTED ON LIQUOR CHARGE.
Upon complaint of Sheriff P. K.
Shea, warrant was issued out of the
Probate Court Monday, September 26
for the arrest at Welppe, of Fleet
Jordan, J. E. Ball, Arthur Ball, Stel- i
man Snyder and Harmon Snydpr,
for having intoxicating liquor in
their possession. Defendants were j
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arraigned before Judge Snyder in th e
Probate Court Tuesday. Defendant^
waived reading of complulnt. waived
examination and were bound over to
District Court. Joint bond of $500
was given for appearance at next
session of District court in Novem
ber.

Atty. Clay McNamee of Lew
iston was attorney for all the de
fendants.
If You Investigate Properly
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your reasoning will inevitably lead you
to the conclusion that this is the
bank in which you should have your
money.
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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.
Ask our customers about us.
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BANK OF OROFINO
Largest and Strongest Bank in Clearwater Valley.
Member of the Federal Reserve System.
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Oroflno,
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Merrill
Lodging House
ROOMS, 50c. AND UP
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Rooms for Housekeeping
Furnished or Unfurnished
J. W. MF.KRII
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Orofino,
Idaho

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