Georgia Summers and Helen Powell. Editors
Visit the schools.
Teoline Weinmann visited her par
ents at Ahsahka over the week-end
Clara Austin started to school
Tuesday, making another member
for the Freshman class.
The Glee Club is faithfully prae-1
It is expected there
some concerts before spring.
Marvin Dickson, Anna Olson. Joy
Armstrong and Remy Gamble were
absent the first of the week.
Vocal music under the direction
of Mrs. Kimble is now being taught:
in all the grades as well as in the
Mr. Kimble and Mr.
spen the greater part of Saturday
hunting and exploring the sur
Miss Kennedy and Mr. Kimble ex
plained the use and practice of par
llmentary law to the 3rd and 4th
year English Classes Monday.
Supt. Faulkner gave a sliort talk
Tlie substance of his dis
course being that
lead an aimle;
one should not
existence, but should
map out both a daily and life pro
pay to he a drifter.
In cither words it does not
Why not boost for a Literary So
ciety? Principal Kimble in a talk
assembly the other day suggested
Is as one of the best means for
training the students to take part
in the future political life of the
This society trains a per
to combat such political
eon in such a way that he is better
machines as the Mayor Thompson
ring in Chicago.
The line-up of the football team
announced by Hie
for tliis season, as
captain, Remy Gamble, is
George Oliver, center; Carl Hoff-1
man. left guard:
guard; Bill Johnson, left tackle:
Andy Baker, right
Forest Edmonson, right tackle; Sam
Snyder, left end: Jim Gamble, right
end: Remy Gamble, quarter-back :
Boh Oud. full-back: Roland Kauff
man, half-back: Jess
The captain also an
nounces that a game is scheduled
at Genesee, Sat. 15th; also there j
will he one at Lapwai the 2 2nd.
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The 3rd. ttli and 5th Krade child
ren are preparing to buy a volley ;
liai!. a place having been found tor 1
Walsh and Eula
spent Sunday \eiy pleasantly up
Whiskey creek hunting
ing with the Bryant family.
and camp- ;
two new j
in the persons of Georgia
and Ruth Faulkner Miss
The school board furnished the
High school assembly
coming from Pullman,
vith a new j
week, which was
srea,ly appreciated by the instruct-1
ors as well as the students. It will
be used especially for announce
ments and music notes.
Jess Honeywell and Agnes Ed
monson, O. H. S. yell-leaders, spent
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a short time inthe assembly Wed
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nesday practicing school yells and
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songs as a send off for the football
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boys in the coming game with Gen
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esee. The veil leaders are endeav
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oring to put a little more''pep' in
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the athletic part of the High Schon
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this year and it is hoped that the
students,as wellas the fooball and
basketball teams, will do their Desi ,
to aid them.
The biology students had a great
deal of fun Wednesday when, under
the supervision of Mrs. Kimble, they
took a hike up Orofino creek in
search of insect specimens. Before
setting out most of the party had
secured common bugs, buF'beauti
ful specimens" stich as dragon flies
were uneo.nimon. so they became oh
iccts of much interest.
see the boys
.It was qmti
distractedly about wildly
nets in their efforts to catch
usually victorious dragonflies, and
new phase, i. e. insect hunting, to I
it was no less amusing to see the
girls quite as closely pursue the
boys in hopes of gaining a share of
the spoils of victory. Mrs. Kimble
to he complimented in adding a
Wanted—A bug for biology.
(N. B. ) Peter has a haircut.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY
ORDER OF SALE OF REAL
ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE
in th-' Probate Court. County of
Clearwater. State of Idaho.
In the Matter of the Estate or
Frank Richert, deceased.
C. K. Lons, the administrator of
; the Estate of Frank Richert, dé
1 ceased, having filed his
herein praying for an order
of all the real estate of said deced
purposes therein set
IT IS THEREFORE
By the Judge of said Court, that all
persons interested in the estate of
I said deceased appear before th" said
Probate Court on Thursday
tenth day of November, 1921. at Id
o'clock in the forenoon of said day.
at the Court Room of said Probate
Court, at the Village of Orofino, in
j the County of Clearwater, to show
cause why an order should not be
granted to the said administrator
to sell so much of the real estate ot
the said deceased as shall be neces
And that a copy of this order be
published at least once a week tor
not less than four successive weeks
i-n the Clearwater Republican, a news
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paper printed and published in said
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Clearwater County, Idaho, and that
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said publication he completed at
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least five dav« prior to said 10th
day of November 1921.
S. M. SNYDER, Judge of Probate
Dated October 1st. 1921.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Probate Court of Clearwater
In the Matter of the
William V. Penoyar, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by
indersigned administrator of
Estate of j
. i ill and
to the creditors
and all persons having
against the said deceased, to exhibit
1 within ten
with the lieeesary
publication of this notice,
said administrator at County Court
Room, the same being Hie place for
(he transaction of the business ot
said e-tate, in Lewiston, County ot
Net Perce, State of Idaho.
Signed and dated at
I Idaho, this 6th day of October, A.
i D. 1921.
NOEL B. MARTIN,
with will annexed
of the estate of William V.
FOR SALK OR TRAUE
dairy ranch in
I well improved.
I Incumbrance is
have vi ii
na e some cash
to trade for Chi". Must
V. M Chandler,
STRAYKI) or STOLEN: Brown 3-year
old marc colt, no brands, Small white
spot ill forehead.
t'oi ill ation leading to
$5.00 reward for in
WANTED TO BUY
cash market prices for chicken . beer
We pay highest
Bullock & llolinlieig.
2 oil stoves, one
less, three burners each. Both
good us new. Will sell cheap, ilomt
. .4 years old. Good life, go, d pu 1 i
weighs over 1300 lbs.
Cecil King, Box 35.
One young bay mare
FOR SALE Ford touring ear, 191.
Good condition. $300.0" j
LOST Ladies purse, lost September
26th, in Orofino. Finder will be
rewarded. Cleaiwatir Republican.
FOR SALE —1 man mare, 1200
pounds, age 9 years. 1 black mare
1300 pounds, age 9 years; 1 double
set breeching' harness, full leather
tugs; 1 3-incli Studebaker wagon.
1*. O. Box 261, Orofino.
CALL FOR BIDS
I Sealed bids for the construction
I of a t acherage will be received by
the board of trustees of School Dis
Idaho up to 1 p. m.,
1921, at Dent. Idaho.
For plans and specifications in
quire of A. H, Simmons. Dent, Idaho.
The Board of Trustees reserves
the right to reject any or all lints.
JOHN LAWRENCE, Clerk.
Dated September 30, 1921.
9. of Clearwater county, ;
Order to Show Cause Why Order of
Sale of Real Estate Should
Not Be Maae,
In the Probate Court of the County
of Clearwater. State of Idaho.
In the matter of the Estate ot
Washington F. Dillow, D cea-ed
Oren D. Crockett, the administrat
or of the estate of Washington F.
1 Dillow, deceased, having filed in this
j court his petition duly
praying for an order of sale of the
j rtal estate of said estate for the
purposes therein set forth.
It Is therefore ordered 'hat all per
sons interested in the estate of said
Washington F. Dillow appear bi-for
the said Probate Court on Thursday
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
unly of Clearwater and State of Ida
ho, then and there to show cause
why an order -hould not be granted
to the said administrator to sell a
portion of the real estate of th said
Washington F. Dillow. dceea -d. and
that a copy of this order be publish-,
ed at least four successive we k- In
the Clearwater Republican, a news
paper printed and published In said
i The real estate hereinbefore re
ferred to is particularly described
as follows to wit:
Lots 9 and 10 In Block 2 of the
, Original Townslte of the Village ot
! Orofino, in the County of Clear
| water, State of Idaho,
i A tract of land described as fol
lows, to-wit: Running from
j Southeast corner of SectP n Seven
(7): Township 36 North of Range |
I 2 Ea.-'t of Boise Meridian In Clear- |
I water County, State of Idaho, th'-nc*!
North along the East line of said
j Section, a distance of 877.3 feet
thence angle to the left 69 degrees 1
7 minutes, a distance of 139.4 feet.
North 67 degrees 40 minutes West
to point of beginning, being «he
North east corner; thence to right 12
degrees 40 minutes North 55 degrees
West 217.9 ft., being parallel to and
25 ft. distant from the center of the
! C. R. Fisk Road: thence angle to left
! 80 degrees, 21 minutes, Soulh 44
j degrees 30 mlnuts. West 300.5 ft..
! thence South 4 5 degrees East angle
! to left of 90 degrees, a dl tance of
j 210 feet, thence North 45 degrees
! 30 minutes East 289.7 f«-et to point
; of beginning, containing 1.56 acres, |
more or less.
A tract of land In the Southeast
quarter of the Southeast quarter of
Section 7, , Township 36 North of
Range 2 East of Boise Meridian, In
Clearwater County, State of Idaho,
described as follows:
Bounded on the East by the East
line of said Section «, on tli• • South
; by the CYini'tery. on the
No: thwest by tin tract originally
deeded 1>> the Cleat
tuent Ciuuitany to one 'Williams, and
on the North by ibo upper County
road, containing two acres, more or
un I In
I'mted this 15th day of S' ptembor,
S. M. «NYDER
t Seal 1
Bryant & Wellman
5 l.ot 112x120, house •! rooms,
location, modern except heat.
d rooms, basement, good
Will take one half trade.
Lot 7 5x100, house
140x350, house fi rooms,
porch, washhouse, chicken house.
Lot 87x100, house 5 moms,
foundation, wood work fir, maple floors.
No. 37. Two lots, Day's Addition.
I room house and 2 room house, re
No. 82.—2 lots,
ment foundation, barn, some fruit trees.
good springs, all
38. 110 acres, 50 cultivated.
fenced and cross fenced, lions«- 5
miles from Orofino. school house on place. W m
chicken house 10x20, cellar 1 2x1 4. smok"
wood shed, family orchard, 4 1-2
trade for t'.larkston property.
acres. 25 cultivated, family orchard, good
4u acres fenced, house 16x24, one and
20x30. Will trade
No. 39. 80
one-half story, barn
Clarkston or Lew ! ton pro,. I't.jr
40 cultivated. fumU'
fencod. fi I'O-.n '- u
No. 4L 160 acres,
water, 4 0-arres
chicken house, cellar
shop, 12 tulles from Kaiulah.
Clarkston or Orofino property.
Will trade tor
v >oil house.
120 acres, all cultivated, family orchard,
good water, fenced hog tight, 8 room
40x70, cellar, wood shed.
No. 4 6
I bu ken house, machine died, 6 miles from Peck.
Price $15,000.00. Terms.
Lady Assistant When Desired
Prompt and Courteous Treatment
W. A. SHAW, Proprietor
Located in Orofino Trading Company Block
Telephone No. 14 7
With a Conscience
Kelley Springfield and
No-Leak-O Piston Rings
Sunoco and Puritan Oils
Universal Ford Three Speed
Weed Tire Chains
Orofino Auto Company
CHAS. O. FOHL, Mgr.
Clearwater County's Exceptional Garage
Rates #1.50 to *'2.50.
Sanitary Kitchen, ('lean Metis
American Mian. Qi iek Service
Outsioe Rooms. Sample knom
(H R MOTTO "Cullrtos'
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N. (I llaturs
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