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Ifigl) School J Georgia Summers and Helen Powell, Kditors Lloyd Carr from Canyon District! No. 18, started to school Wednes day. Hoy Snyder, a last year's Junior, has returned to the high school, I malting another welcome member for the Senior class. The Associated Student body em braces the athletic, social and liter ary organizations. Ttie Literary department ought especially to be this work would help promoted, as to raise the standard of the school. | i . Armistice day, Friday, November 11, should be made a community day. T<he school hopes to put on a brief program for the occasion, and expects to have the flag pole ready in order that the flag may be raised, ments later. Before theclose of the week the order for magazines and new books for the library will probably be sent. The district has several hun -dred dollars in the library fund. This is to be expended .iudicously for books, pictures etc., for all grades of the school. Additional announce a I On Friday the president of the Associated Student Body, George Oliver, appointed a committee com I posed of two members of the faculty, Mr. Faulkner and Mr. Kimble; member of the student body. Milite McCollum; and from the executive board. Ruth Faulkner and hlmseir. for the drawing up of the newCon stitution for the above named as3 ° elation. The School Is in mourning for the loss of a splendid pine tree which | happened to grow In the line of the j It's majestic Klory ttnd shade had to be sacrificed at| the behest of modern civilization. ^ The new sidewalks which are to be placed on all sides of the school ! grounds will doubtless be a source of 1 pride to every pupil in Orofino. new side walks. I Upon the suggestion of Supt. 1 Faulkner, a Students Association ot the High School was organized Frl Bay, to take the place of the Senate and Athlectic Association of last year. Most schools have a consti tution and by-laws, which admits upper classmen only as being el 1 - The Orofino High gible to office. School having no Constitution at the time, the officers were chosen from the entire student body. Oliver of Sophomore class fleeted president; Freshman! vice Faulkner and George being Janie Walsh, a president ; Bob Oud of Ruth Senior class were made secretary and bust-1 ness manager, 'respectively, and 1 Floyd Larkin, a Junior, was elected critic. Don't forget to visit the schools. 1 ..... ■■■■ ■■ ■ t MU ■A f is.' - Æ*-' : fULlZ nine ri >«* ft taf#-. l • J*",. X " ^ I* ÎW ■ g) ,s^\ - 1 ^ \. ■■ % * The Itleehng Qround oj Town and Country The Home T ou>n Paper 1 ; ■Pi * i m BiÉjÜBl Mi m » - V . < s' V • ■ % I f) L\ » ■-/ T HAT great part of non-city America which we call the country is in reality town and country. Sometimes the people of the farms have felt that the peo ple of towns did not understand their problems any more than did those of the big cities. But there hss been a common meeting ground for all in the home town paper. It haa chronicled the activities of the village and of the farms and of the cross roads. It haa told of the vjsits of the village banker and hia family and of the farmer and hia family, of the new pavement in the village and the improved highway in the country. No publication ever was more entitled to be called "a slice of life" of the people than the home town paper. Week after week, year after year, it has ministered to the natural craving for the homely, in timate news of the countryside, the kind of news which no big dty paper can furnish. Now the country newspaper is to have a "week" all its own. Thethou sanda of country papers the nation over have got together to observe "Subscribe for your home town paper week" November 7-12. It is a week for all who love country and village life and "just folks." If you have let your subscription lapse, renew it If you are a newcomer to the community, subscribe. If C are far from the old home town, make eure that at t once a week you can live again the joys of othei days through the visita of ilia home town paper. ** a$ I 1C S' X'-. I /J id A 1 ! I Tj «f % V I 9 '«J 13 » 4 m » 7 <■*> & Town Paper IDeek Rovember 7*12 Subscribe for Rour Home A drive for the funds with which | to better equip the gymnasium is Robert Oud I I (otherwise Bob) being treasurer of the fund. | The school board has sent to Sail Francisco for the tennis net. wire and tape are already here am; now on. The as soon as the net comes the tennis court will be ready for use, i. e. it the weather is suitable. ! ; The six weeks report cards were evening. handed out Friday Some of * h e students did excellent work, i while others failed to reach a sat isfactory standing. The policy or the school is that high school stu dents shall spend five evenings a week in careful study, the time in school being insufficient for necessary preparation. Parents can ! fbej assist the students by discouraging ' too many social functions during 1 1 the school week. T fie O. H. S. boys played a losing I game with Genesee last Saturday. ! the score being 31 to 0, tn favor ol Genesee. The defeat oftheOroflno hoys was largely due to difference of weight, the Genesee team being much older and huskier fellows, The hoys are still gaine however. and expect to win in the coming contest with Lapwai. Saturday. Oct. Here's to the spirit that ac I knowledges no defeat!!! The Misses Ross, Hogue, Pickens, Haniili and Shaw accompanied the boys to Gen. I 2 2nd esee rooterg fo) Q H s - BOOKS THAT REMAIN POPULAR! jj 00 ks that remain popular through | j Rovers of animal stories the world ^ ! 1 out two score years and more are few. over have by common consent ac-1 cepted one for enduring fame. Appealing to human sentiment in rare degree, it holds its place in the minds and hearts or mankind. I Çruel masters were shamed into 1 treating their horses more kindly, Knowledge of equine nature pre seated in forceful literary form. Ginger partly would frightened, died in the burning stable if she had not heard the whinnied ap feel stands peal of her friend. Effective presentation of the ings and emotions of horses. years the work eighth among books in all the world. After forty the most popular i Under almost insurmountable dim cultles it has been put into motion a great special pro pictures as duetion. grilling picture drama made from 1 ' Anna Sewell's immortal work. y ou can see it at ltle Rex theatre and Saturday, Thursday, Friday Oct. 27, 28 and 29. I TOUGH ON THE BABIES A paragraph worthy of publica- , llltlon in "Whiz Banc" appeared re 1 cently in the Genesee (Idaho) News \ It was in the nature of a "paid lo cal" inserted by the ill embers of the W Inder | ttonesee medical fraternity, tlie caption, "Eight Montns Wain -1 |, ing," appeared the following: "AI- 1 b babies C. O. D. I Signed. W. H. Ehlen. M. D., H. I _ I Rouse, M. D. Pullman Herald. | **" r October 1 all ! Notice of Sale of Real Estate. in the Probate Court of the County ! of Clearwater. State of Idaho. ; in the Matter of the Estate of Washington F. Dillow, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of the County of Clear-. water. State of Idaho, made on the ! the 11 ) 21 , Twentieth day of October, in the matter of the Estate ol i Washington F Dillow, deceased. undersigned, the Adminls ' trator of the said Estate will sell 1 a t 1 private sale to the highest for cash, gold coin of the bidder, I United States, and subject to con ! firmation by said Probate Court, on Monday the 31st day of October, 1921, at the office of the Probate Judge, Orofino, Clearwater County, all the right, title, interest and estate of the said Washington 1*. Dillow at the time of his death, and all the light, title and interest that the said estate has, by operation or law or otherwise, acquired other ; than 01 in addition to that of the j said .Washington F Dillow at the time of his death, in and to all the , certaln Jot( . p1eoeH or parce i B ot land sltua , e , yinR and beinR Bald Clearwater County, State of Idaho, i ^ i and bounded and described as fol lows, to-wit: j Orofino, in the County of Clear Lots 9 and 10 in Block 2 of the Original Townsite of the Village 01 water, State of Idaho, A traet of land described as fol Running from the lows, Southeast corner of Section Seven (7); Township 36 North of Range | East of Boise Meridian in Clear- ' to-wit: water County, State of Idaho, thence North along the East line of said Section, a distance of 877.3 feet thence angle to the left 69 degrees 7 minutes, a distance of 139.4 feet. North 67 degrees 40 minutes West to point of beginning, being the North east corner: thence to right 12 degrees 40 minutes North 55 de grees West 217.9 ft., being parallel to and 25 ft. distant from the cen- ! ter of the C. R. Fisk Road; thene'! angle to left 80 degrees, 21 minutes,, South 44 degrees 30 minutes. West 300.5 ft., thence South 45 degrees East angle to left of 90 degrees, a distance of 210 feet, thence North 45 degrees 30 minutes East 289.7 j feet to point of beginning, contain- j A tract of land in the Southeast ; ing 1.56 acres, more or less. I WANTS , KOK SALK t>K W ell TRADE California Turlock district. Worth 152,0(10.00 dairy rani h in improved. .incumbrance i-. $15.000 00. AVhai h u to trade for (hi-. Must some cash \x M Chandler, Lewiston. Idaho. -1 |, ave 1 b a I _ STRAYED or STOLEN: Brown 3-year old mare colt, no brands, Small white ! spot in foiehead. $5.00 reward for in formation lending to recovery. P. J. Noble, Orofino. WANTED TO BUY We pay highest cash market prices for chickens, beet and hogs. Bullock & Holmberg FOR SALE 2 oil stoves one wick less, iliree burners each. Both good as new. Will sell cheap. Home Bakery. , i FOR SALE—One young bay mare, , .4 years old. Good life, good pu 1 r, weighs over 1300 lba. Cecil King, Box 35. Phone 384 highest- - FOR SALE Ford touring car, 101; model. Good condition. 1300.00 Phone 723. LOST—Ladies pulse, lost September 26th. in Orofino. Finder will be rewarded. Clearwater Republican. FOK SALE—1 roan mare, 1200 pounds, age 9 years. 1 black mare 1300 pounds, age 9 ye*rs; 1 double set breeching harness, full leather tugs; 1 3-inch Studebaker wagon. P. O. Box 261. Orofino. ; Will Trade for good Dodge, Cliev- | i rolet or Ford car—Good 40 acres ^ 14 miles from Orofino. Some good white pine, red fir and lots good i cedar. inquire Clearw ater Kepub ' : lican. __ FOR iSALE—At a bargain One team of good work horses, weigh ing twenty-six hundred pounds. 1 nearly new 3 1-4 and grain rack. Three sets harness. Inquire at Mitchell wagon All in good condition, | Republican office, or see John Swan ' son. quarter of tlie Southeast quarter 01 Seetion7, Township 36 North ot Range 2 East of Boise Meridian, I 11 Clearwater County, State of Idaho, described as follows: Bounded oil tlie East by the East line of said Section 7, on tlie S 011 U 1 by tile Cemetery, on the Southwest by tlie lower County road, on the by the traet originally ! North west deeded by tlie Clearwater Improve . nient Company to one Williams, and on the North by the upper County road, containing two acres, more or less. a Terms . and com iition of sale; j coin of t|)e rnited stab j per cent Qf , ht pu ,. chaKe money to be paid to tlie administrator on the ; dfty of ; ale balnnce on confirmation ■ ■ of sale by said Probate Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. OREN D. CROCKETT, Administrator of the Estate ot Washington F Dillow, deceased. Dated October 20tli, 1921. NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given to the qualified votersof Common School District No. 32 and Common School District No. 6 of Clearwater County,! Idaho, that an election will be held in eaeh of the said districts on the 29tli day of October, 1921, at the following places: 1. School House Common Seh ol District No. 32. 2. School House Common Scho 1 District No. 6. The polls of said election will be ; open from 1:00 to 6:00 p. m. The purpose of this election is to i vote on the question of annexation ] of a portion of Common School Dis ; trtet No. 32 to that of Common : School District No. 6. EVELYN S. MERW N, County Supt. of Public Instruction. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Probate Court of Clearwater County. Idaho. in the Matter of tlie Estate or William V. Penoyar, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the' undersigned administrator of the i rill and estate of William V.j Penoyar, deceased, to the creditors j of, and all persons having claims, against the said deceased, to exhibit j I'hem with the necesary vouchers, j I within ten months after the first 1 publication of tilts notice, to the . j said administrator at County Court j H 00111 , the same being the place for, I the transaction of the business ot j ! said estate, In Lewiston, County ot j Nez Perce, State of Idaho. Signed and dated at Orofino, Idaho,' this 6th day of October, A. D. 1921. j NOEL B. MARTIN. j Administrator with will annexed of the estate of William V. Pen- j oyar, deceased. . DON'T FORGET The Westinghouse Automatic Electric Range is clean, economical and cooks just as well in winter as summer Orangeville Electric Light and Power Company Bryant & Wellman rooms, plastered, good I'rtee, $2250. 6. Lot 62x120, house 6 location, modern except heat. Terms. No. R E A No. 13. Lot 7 5xl(Hi, house 6 rooms, basement, good water. Price $1 250. Will take one half trade, 17 .—Lot 140x350, house 6 rooms, screened In porch, washhouse, chicken house. Price $1800. L No. wood house. E s No. 31.—Lot 87x100, house 5 rooms, plastered, cement ood work Hr, muple floors. T Price, foundation, $1800. A Terms. No. 37.— Two lots. Day's Addition. Price, $550. No. 82.—2 lots, 4 room house and 2 room house, ment foundation, barn, some fruit trees. $1500. Terms. T E re Price, A all springs, No. 38.—110 acres, 50 cultivated, good fenced and cross fenced, house 5 rooms, 60x70, chicken house 10x20, cellar 12x1 4. smoke house, garage, wood shed, family orchard, 4 1*2 miles from Orofino, school house on place, trade for Ularkston property. T barn R Will E A 39 —80 acres, 25 cultivated, family orchard, good spiings, 40 acres fenced, house 16x24. one and one-half story, barn 20x30. Clarkston or Lewiston properly No. 4L 160 acres, 10 cultivated, family uni. 1 . 1 , water, 40 acres fenced. 6 room lo i. ■« '■* ^ chicken house, cellar, shop, 12 miles from Kainiah. Clarkston or Orofino property. No. 46. 120 acres, all cultivated, family orchard, some berries, good water, fenced liog tight, 8 room house, barn 40x70, cellar, wood shed, garage, chicken house, machine shed, 6 miles from Peck. Price $15,000.00. Terms. No. L tor Will trade B A > ' ' u wood house, blacksmith R Will trade for G A I N s Orofino Undertaking Parlor Embalming Undertaking Lady Assistant When Desired Prompt and Courteous Treatment W. A. SHAW, Proprietor Located in Orofino Trading Company Block Telephone No. 147 Mechanics With a Conscience WE FEATURE Kelley Springfield and Pennsylvania Tires No-Leak-O Piston Rings Sunoco and Puritan Oils Universal Ford Three Speed Transmission Weed Tire Chains i j j j 1 . j j j j j j Orofino Auto Company CHAS. O. FOHL, Mgr. Clearwater County's Exceptional Garage .