Local and Personal i
W. Watson of the Orofino Trad- •
trip to j
ing Co . made a bin in-ss
Lewiston on Wednesday's passenger.
Mrs. W. Duress of Dent precinct, i
at the mouth of Elk Creek, visile
the county sea. this week and de
parted for Ah?ahka Wednesday |
morning en route home.
Theo. Fohl departed for Sp"h >nv
on the morning ttaio Wednesday tr
attend a meeting of the secreta i-n
' -i* * r protective assc
ciations of north Idaho.
burg, Penn., who has been visiting
passenger en route
p. ij Long for several weeks, ;
M. B. Erb of Gre-r, presided)
Dis* riet ;
morning to preside at the regular
meeting of the highway district.
Ellis Small went to Lewiston Sat
urday to attend the funeral of Geo.
(Smith of Seattle, who was interred
Lewiston by the side of Mrs.
Smith, who died several years ago. ;
Mr. Smith was an old acquaintance.
of Ellis Small, and both were early
residents of the Lewiston country.
H. . Osborn has bought F. M.
Godfrey's shoe repairing business
•and has located in the room former
ly occupied by Mr. Godfrey.
Osborne is fitting up a first-class j
shop with modern machinery and :
will be prepared to handle all bust-j
ness offered, with neatness
Mrs. W. A. Wellman
agreeably surprised Sunday by the,
unexpected arrival at the
home of a number of her friends,
who assembled in honor of
was occupied by music and readings
Those present were
and Mrs. W. A. Wellman, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Miller, Mr. and Mrs
C. Keyes, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shaw.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
end Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Holmbe'g.
Try Whitworth for
Moving and Heavy Hauling
Draying and Transfer
Why not come In and inree
•with the new Million Dollar Bowl,
tlgate this superb machina and talk Dairying over with us.
Don't you think you could make money by owning a few Cvtws, au
Empire Cream Separator, mad
SELL YOUR CREAM TO THE
Orofino Creamery Company
FOR 48c PER POUND TODAY
'1 he Clearwater Cafe, another Oro
fino business establishment is now
operating in the Clearwater Hotel,
building on the corner of Johnson
and Michigan Avenues, w here . mais J
ate served at all reasonable hours, '
and prompt service
Regular ad appears in another col
Miss Maud Harris, »no wa< an
instructor in the Oiofino schools
last term, is taking an advanced
in Columbia University or
Miss Harris intends to
j gain the Masters Degree in
tion. which is thoroughly taught in
[this celebrated university.
Rester is push- 1
Contractor A. G.
'ng the construction of
sidewalks in the new improve neni
j dis riet, and has already completed
walks on both sides of College Ave
' nue from Johnson
j very noticeable and is a substantial
additiin to the villages progressive
The new improvement is
C. h. Dellnier. formerly located at
1 Orofino. in the drug business.
j who has been a Kaipiah resident for;
is now employed by |
Mr. Affleck in his drug store,
Charley will be pleased to meet his;
many former Orofino friends.
Uellmer is pleased to return
bustling village and hopes
cate here permanently with his
j j, jve a literary .program at the
' School Auditorium,
October 21. which is hoped
the be ginning of a eciie
I tainnv nts during
ill be furnish '<t I
Mrs Savilla E
v. ill give
by home talent
James of Los
deliver a brief
• sony," followed by ta'ol iu "Lo- k
[ surprises w ill greet you
I fino will prove her hit
j and intellectual development by nil
audit , '.urn
ir.g the spacious
Mrs. Clyde Blake was an out»; tins
passenger on thi: morning's train.
w R j Affleck was an outgoingj country
pasenger on the morning train sun-1 -nnual
John Seott and K. Hanson were; ] a .-(
Floyd West and father-in-law. Mr.
Sbanholzer, departed for Spokane
on this morning's passenger.
passengers on Saturday's morning
train for a short visit at Lewiston.
J. Corn of Peck, was an Orofino
visitor Wednesday and departed tor
ht me on the morning train T|iusr
Mrs. E. F. Nichols was a pas
senger for Lewiston Tuesday morn- si
ing en route to Walla Walla to j the
Mrs. Frank Zelenka and daughter;.
Mrs. Loio Swank we-e passengers
1 f or Lewiston on Wednesday's morn
Gust Sc-hneidau. the big wrestler. |
departed for Spokane or. the rnorn-j
ing passenger, looking for more
grappling heroes to conquer.
Lauren L. Johnson was a pas -1
langer for Lewiston on Saturday's
morning nain and will probably
visit Spokane before i eturning home
Frank Atwood departed for Lewls
I ton Saturday morning to take up
duties a, mail
Clearwater Bl anch, after a short |
t he j fiop
S. A. Tannahill. a prominent Lew-! cal
iston attorney, transacted legal biisi- ' ers
I ne- at the ict'nt; -eat Tuesd
' 1 passenger.
on Wednesday's morning
E. E. McGuire ol Cavendish was
county seat visitor Monday tran
sacting business for the North Fork
I 'urned home Tuesday morning.
Marshall LeUaion. commissioner
j tr j ctt
i of the North Folk Highway
visited the county seat
and motored home Tuesday
i day in
will serve Cross
The Clearwater Cafe
lunch tioni li:3v p. m. to 1 a. m.
tonight to aitonniiiau- those attend
I ing the s;ocial dance to be given by
j ProL F. K.
Giegory In the Odu
Airs. 'William Noble anti
I Mrs. F. E. Weissenfluh will enter
! tain the Aid Society at tiie Method
I ist church, Wednesday. Oct. is*,
i Refreshments will b-' ssre ed for ten
j cents. Everyone welcome.
Andrew Bloom, manager of the has
Elk River mills, motored over from
Elk River Sunday to attend a reg-j
ular meeting ol the
Highway District. Mr.
turned home by ear Tuesday morn-1
Mr. and Mrs. Halladay of Kear
dan, Wa-h., who vi-iieti at the Wai
stem home, departed for the Big
Bend on Sunday's morning train.
Mrs. Halladay V sister, Mise Bertha i n
Walston, accompanied them down
The Sunday evening meetings are !
growing in intetest, which is at
tested by the ne leased attendance. I
Tiie church chuit is taking form. ,
Good singing will featuie tiie ser
vices hereafter. The Faulkner lain- \
ily will furnish the special music j
next Sunday morning. The pastor
will continue to pteath on topics ot
vital interest to all. the subject for j
next Sunday morning being:
Power That Moves the
This will be a contrast
Christianity and other theories tor
tbe uplift of the race hast'd on Gal J
2:20. An evangelistic service will j
be held at 7:30. There is notable
. progress in tile Sunday school. Sev- !
era! excellent teachers have recently
been secured. which makes thei
closes Interesting to the pupil,
not come to Sunday school
Sunday? Get out of the old rut
and take your place in the world ot
affairs. You can rentier no better
service than to fake your place in
the ranks of Christian forces.
J. A. Hoffman, Pastor.
RED CROSS IS AGAIN ACTIVE
(Continumed from page T)
Cross official and an advance agent.
The Republican asks that every man
In Cle-arwater County who has, or
thinks he has, a daim against tbe
government because of his service
during the war, get in touch with
the local Red Cross Chapter at once, ;
that his claim ntay be filed now.i
and followed up by the Clean Up
Squad, thus bringing it to an earli
ble, the well-known attorney
Orofino. is the newly elected Chair- j
man of the Clearwater County Chap- :
ter, and will be glad to file any and ,
all claims for the ex-service men,,
who were disabled* in the war, or
who are suffering from the effects j
What would yon think of an or- j
ganlzation that speut FOUR MILL- 1
Mr. Frank F. Kim-1
.G_. -1Ü.-..AKS MOUE last year on pear
the disabled ex-service men of this to
the record of the AMERICAN RED ho.
country than was received from its said
-nnual v.iembetship dues? This is
CROSS, for tei.m illion dollars was 10:00
spent in taking »are f the disabled day
veterans, and only six million was
received from the Fourth Roll Call Court,
] a .-( November. Tht Red Cross was mint
officially designated by Ihe United
States government as the organtza
tion best fitted by experience, equip
ment, and personnel, to do for the.
tliir.es listed below berat, e the gov
ernnient can only handle the cases,
in groups. This personal .ouch of
the Red Cross is- saving thousands
of : en. more and moie of the a *
finding, ns time goes on. that old
wounds have opened, that tubereulo
si has- d \ eloped from exposure tn
the trenches, or that mental trou
bles are ihe heritage of gassing and
tiie FIRST care of the Red Cross,
and in -MOO Chapters in the Coun
; try. out of 600 active chapters, [
! this soldier work is going on.
What the American Red Cross Does
for Disabled Veterans
HUNTS Ol l trie '.nan entitled
to government benefits, but who has i
not availed himself of them, and ,
puts him in the way of oompensa
j fiop or treatment.
ASSISTS in obtaining neces-|
cal evidence from doctors, employ
ASSISTS in keeping up in
reinstating insur- 1
surance and in
EXPLAINS to the families ot
1 patients the need for hospital treat
i-tves information regard
! ing hospitals.
PROVIDES the patient with
sary personal equiptnent.
for care of the
family while the man i- away.
7. OBTAINS SOCIAL
)ES for the use of the physician in
S. COOPERATES WITH
to keep the
Cross hospital workers
man and his family contented while
in the % hosp Pal
ft. SEES THAT a ma discharged
from tiie lio-pilal has p'oper living ;
j ip. Oi.'rAlNS suitable employ |
11. SEES THAT a patient re-j
mem fo: the man discharged from
the patient is
ports regularly to his physician af
ter discharge from the hospital.
MAKES CERTAIN that Die
scribed by the physician.
FOLLOW.-' UP the man tfhoj
leaves the hospital against medical )
1 f. EXTENDS MEDICAL
J NURSING CARE to the incurable
man remaning at home.
AT .IAS SUMMONS.
i n the Probate Court of the County
( ,f Clearwater, Stale of Idaho.
1. G. Bullock and O. H. H lmb rg
! doing business as co-partneis. u. dt
[•he firm name and style of Bulloc c
George E. Davidson
Tiie State of Idaho Sends Greetings;
to the Above Named Defection'.
You are hereby summoned to ap-[
Meals at All Hours
J. W. SPENCER
F ELLIOTT SMITH
FRANK F. KIMBLE
Attorney At Law
with- Burn* Block
Office Hours Afternoons and
_ i _
ROOMS, 50c. AND UP
Rooms for Housekeeping
Furnished or Unfurnished
J. W. MERRILL. Prop.
pear in the above entit.ed Co r
to be held in the court room oi
County of Clearwater, State of Ida
ho. in the above entitled cause at
said Court in the Villa*.
County of Clearwater. B
10:00 o'clock a. m. upon the first
day of December, 1021. and anBwei
plaintiff's complaint on file n Bald
Court, or plaintiff will take judge
mint aainst you as prayed in said
This action is brought to recove
anioun j 0 f one certain promis
Clearwater Dray Line
Phone No. 274
All Kinds of Dray and
H. J. BOBBITT, Proprietor
REASONABLE RATES PROMPT SERVICE
A Raised Top, Cloth
Covered Casket with
Six Handles and Out
side Box. Our Ser
C. E. BOBO & SON
If You Investigate Properly
your reasoning will inevitably lead you
to the conclusion that this is the
bank in which -you should have your
A bank fan 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.
BANK OF OROFINO
Largest and Strongest Bank in Clearwater Valley.
Member of the Federal Reserve System.
Money to Loan
On improved farm
and city property.
SEE US FOR ANY
LINE OF INSURANCE
Mix-Walrath Realty Co.
sory note, made, executed and de
livered by the defendant to .he
laintiff herein, dated July l, 1920.
nd pnyahle September l. 1920, to
the amount of 4100.00.
In Witness Whereof. I have here
into set my hand and seal .his 14th
day of September, 1921.
S. M. SNYDER,
Probate Jud .e
Verner R. Clements. Attorney for
Plaintiff, Residence and Post Of
fice Address, Oioflno. Idaho.
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