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SEPARATOR
with the new Million Dollar Bowl.
AVhy not come in and Inves
tigate this sup rb machine and talk Dairying over with us.
Don't you think you could mike money by owning a few c ws, a
Empire Cream Se-aru.or, an I
SELL YOUR CREAM TO THE
Orofino Creamery Company
FOR 48c PER POUND TODAY
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Vvish paint, varnish or enamel
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\ /T i'. vc- c r, nbiir'hed a service
w \ for v. c'vicn and men who
h jobs of interior
- • : tiny va 'fr or reßnishmg
t. î.vefturt fleers, bath rooms,
;•••: ■ ■ !"-a-rac, basketry, brack
. I. to OO .•••
ti..-,, etc
it's a fsee service. You simply
what v( li' have to rclin
: * i iv and what effect
ni*
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how mi::
you vvant t - gvf.
te'l you how to do it—in
detail. vV'.n land of material to
«sc. What ! od of brush. What
method. Where to buy.
you can work transformation in
thing:' eh'-t will surprise you.
Old bedsteads, tables, chairs,
. u-.-rs, bath tubs, etc., are old really
only on ihi surface. Paint, var
Jiish or enamel them and they're
aew!
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We fnabe a special line of
paints, varnifhes, etc., for just this
bind of work — Fuller's "Home
Serv ice" Paint products — for you
to use.
They dry perfectly, spread easily
and smoothly, and give every de
sired result. You'll be surprised
to learn what you can do,—once
you've used them.
Our experience with paints and
tit**
fulfSr's
V SPtCtFICATIOM
Home S«rvice"Poiirts
Varnish«« - *n«m«l*
M'f d. by W. P. Fuller & £ 0 .
Dept, It, San Frsncbcq a
pioneer Paint Manufacturer» for Ï2 Years <b s
Established 1819 '1 *
' Por all Fvt.riot John of fMatiM It Is advisable to Sä.- ure the Services of a Master Mater.
Firteen-for-Floors /
FlOcen-for-Florif* Is
Fulkr'ii SreciftcMion
lor a durable, braut)
fui floor vr.inUh
the finest type, föot
injured by builing wa- /
ter, rolling furfliture
or very hard Wear.
Also makers of
W Dccoret, Rubber • Ce
/ ment Floor Paint»
"Fullerwaar" Varnish.
Silkenwhite Enamel, Washable wall Finish.
Auto Enamel. Barn and Roof Paint.
Purch and Step Paint, add PIONEER
WHITE LEAD.
/SAVE this
a
(Cut this out and put it in your
handbag as a memo.)
Home Service** Paint
jfh pocket-book
r Fuller*« , . ^ „ .
Proriucts are >oid by the following
£ in your city:
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OUD-SHIELDS
Hardware Company
OROFINO, IDAHO
painting practice goes back more
than 72 years. We are one of the
country's largest manufacturers.
Oi r experts make a study of spe
cifying paints for every k?hd of
use.
Follow Fuller's "Firme Serv
ice" Specifications, and you'll gcr
the exact effects you're looking for*.
Don't think ycu can't because
you haven't done tin's kind of work
before. Let Fuller products and
Fuller service show you that you
can.
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Where to Buy
Important that you get the right
material so he sure to go to the njhl
sture for Fuller pro- ^
ducts. Cut out coupon /N
below as a nemo to
direct you, tin Jt'-t
Write us now—■
post card—for complete
catalog of Fuller'» Spec
ification "Home Serv
ice" Paint Products,
which tells iust what to
buy for the work you
have in mind. Send full description
of, lind get our free advice on retinish
ing furniture, chairs, floors bric-a
brac, brackets, basketry, etc.
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Local and Personal
Lev
or Sunday's
kann.
C ..
tOU
pa..- -ngcr
as
morning train for Spo
'
1 - A. Sryder of Ore: r pie
was a county seat visitor la .
riday making the trip by auto.
J. \
. in et
.a-on of Velppe, - trail
acted bu. ii e s. la t K-'day at 0>'o
f ud iiucci.tally called a the
; üepitbllean office to extend Ins sub
j cription period.
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r. .1. Ste: ;e! o! ureer. came (low >
; on the morning train last Endny
! for a h rt vi. i* at the county sea
• and jet timed home on the afternoon
j ••• enget .
P.T.ni Kc-ne. a prominent farm
, or of thf Fia t rouni y, w;;. a.
Orofino visitor last w« ok and do
■parted for I^ev.ismn on Saturday
I iiio; n in Li passensor.
:
Hark i. th-- Pliotagrnphei i
from Grangeville, Idaho will be j
taking picture, in Orofino on Oetoh-i).-;
nd 271li
G. V.
p"' r
the Owl Drug Store.
Leave
rders a: 1
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Thi
M - e. Ida and Della Losetli |
departed for Lewiston on Satmday
«enger. Mis.. Tdn «ent
-n to Portland where sin hold- an
Important position with the Kin
• ■li Vhite t'hautauqun organization
•ot ,'ing
The
sidewalk improvements are
tig ahead although
j delayed by wet
of renient. The walks on both ride
wf College Avenue are completed as
far ar 'ho school square and the
fo
somewhat
weather and lack
j
hours

work on Michigan Avenue is going i
right along.
Mrs. F onk Rider and daughter
■ ent to Mosco«* on Sunday's morn,
ng train and returned with Mr. i
Rider or. the afternoon passenger. 1
is rapdiy recovering from
' o surgical operations and wr are
pleased to inform lii. many friends
1 he «ill soon be himself again.
I
Frank
Mr. and Mrs. F ed Jan
banquet to a number of their friends
rt th - Clean"".t; • Cafe Monday **v- :
ening and the appetizing viands fur.
abers of the ban
gave a
.
he oi
I ' ' hai 10
'('netting party by Mr. and Mrs.
Spencer, were of epicurean quality
and the banquet was a real "spread
Quite a number of mngtiificient
specimens of Kik antlers have lump
shipped out of Orofino lately. Sev
eral of the c «ce ma" tve and a
ph asing sight to the big game huili
er. Several eilt have open
only a short distance from the Ox
ford headquarter--' of the government
and big game is apparently plentl
Killed
t'ul only a short distance out.
Miss Anna E. Brake! of Bouttle
'
Bed Ci'( . Field Rcpre oiUtttive tor
Idaho, .departed for Spokane Satur
day morning enroule to the sound.
Miss Brakel is an energetic worker|
iiT the Bed Cross organizaton and to 1
watch her rapid movements
would be positively convinced that
her labor, are not of the swivel
chair variety and lier position is not
one
sinecurnl.
The Rex Theatre will giro a maM
me on Saturday. October 'J9.
mencing at 1 p. ni. to enable out ot
to« n people to see the popular and
beautiful picture "Black Beauty.
Mr. Miller has arranged th
po that visitors fron Greer and up
liver points can come down on chf
morning train and return home on
afiei noon
com
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No
the
doubt many «ill take advantage oi
this chance t,< sve an ut,usually
passenger.
clean and interesting picture.
Mrs. Andrew Jenson Just
reived word that her mother Grand
mother K'ttUvon passed away Oct
N»h
pioneer
re
ober 15, at Newman Grove.
Grandma Klttleson was a
resident of this section, her husband
Nels Klttleson having filed on
homestead in the Loseth neighbor
hood ond proved up quite a number
of years ago.
died some time ago and Grandma
has resided in Nebraska for sever
al years since leaving here.
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The old gentleman
J. P, Engle of Billings, MoUL, is j
Ihe new proprietor ot the Clear -1
Mr. WivUlc's son, A.
no»
water Garage.
H. Engle, who is hit expert median
ic. will have r-hiiVge of the shop and
another son, 'll. E. Engle, will be:
associated later with his father and j
Mr.
brother in the garage bustnes.
EngVe Is an
operator, having conducted an
repairing establishment in Iowa, and
guarantees first class work in the
auto line.
experienced
garage
auto
Mis advertisement will'
appear later.
Contrai tor Keder is considerably
annoyed by either unthinking people
malicious trespassers who persist
concrete
The
plainly
or
the new
in getting on
work ijc'ng put in by him.
unfinished
sections
marked at night with red lights and
blocked in the day time with tim
bers yet curious
reckless auto drivers
marks on the green concrete. People
should be careful in moving around
green conrrete work so as not to dis.
commode the contractor or mar tliCj
surface -of the unfinished work.
are
pedestrians and
leave
their
Mrs. Larkin
»as an outgoing pas.
uiu.ulng iiim lues
I
Uontra.
or A G Ki s'.
'wi-.ton on Sundays pus
r ade ill
trip to L
' /on g •.
.
> wa .m ou igong p. . • en
on Sunday's morning train lot
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Mi.
ui.
the
and Mrs J. e Michels were
on this too,iimg's out
pu^ er.*:or*
.^oinir trai
n
I
k IX
:>son of Gilbert, was an
, ou1*.,uiiiK luiSi-eiiKoi f » » i Levs islnu on
>
air
morning i an.
Lu 11 ; ;>p and
for la"
MYs. L L.
wet e outgi ing pa. em.
ton on this morning t
son
IS
t r;; in.
Mis H.
J. Hobbit
is morning's tram tor n
real tin.- at
•Mrs. Bau' Wohl n ami
ero passing,
1111 Wednesday foi Leur.
!• 1 • (' !'
titr on Ih
a. visit with
rlnhin ;
ion.
and
M r.
oil III"
: morning ti
i t<>r
be j
Mrs. s.
tne on I
for a
K. Su ant, k went to Spo
lie.- days morning passen
short stay at the Kalis
a: 1 get
I city
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ton \V<-du
.Mrs. .1.
11 Miller went to Lewi
'■May for a short visit a
ot her daughter .Mrs.
• ], e
an
in. me
I'auiy.
Mrs. S.
reached
a ru l ing p
M
Craig of Kamlah.
Orofino on
Saturday's
isrenger to visit friends
as
at the county seat,
Mir.- Mi.
on the moi
where she
ry Liegert came down
nitig train from Kooskla
is teaching school, for a
e k end visit at home.
James Murphy of the Russell lo
j cullty, u,ii to Lewiston on Sun
day's m,utiing passeng r to visit ,
Dr. Kostet of CTarkston.
Mrs. C. 1). McEeachron was a pas.
se ger for Lewiston Tucaduy morn
ing to vis.
daughter V
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Holmbt'rg
went to I't li on Sunday', morning
pa: senge- or a short visit at Hu
tu e of their daughter. Mrs. J. H.
Noftsger.
Mrs, M. J. Chapman, who lias
been visiting at the home of bei
d'.ughl- r, sirs. W. G. M illougnby,
departed on Monday's morning
train for Lewiston. :
Judge I. B. Cowan of Pierce, is
again a county seat resident, nmet
ing lii mu:iy friend: who are pleased t
to convet e with him and listen to ,
stories if ancient Orofino in tiie|J
gold rush of the sixths,
Tdiomas t'.'ard is putting up a t-Ps. !
■on the Tribune building
Loan property on Main
.me work i up and the
ppo-'.is to be quite a
commodious dwelling lions
The pommage being built for
:>f the Christian church
urch building is one ot
the prettiest and most convenient
residence buildings in Orofino.
there arc five rooms, bath, store-,
room and commodious closets. The
rooms are 1 indily arranged for eon
vtenre and comfort and the house
is a credit to the designer J. s.
Hogue. The building was erected
under the supetvision of T. II. t'lni
pot and is '(instructed in workman
'**te manne*. Geo. Cook and Geo.
Alteneder have imt completed a
first class job of plastering and the
neu pa'sonjige «ill soon be a sight- ;
ly edifice and beautiful home for
the pastor of the Christian church.
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rs. Leslie Dick.
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the Pa tor
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Clearwater
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Meals at All Hours
Prompt Service
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SPENCER
J. W.
Proprietor
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F ELLIOTT SMITH
/•ttorney-at-Law
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Idaho
Orofino,
FRANK F. KIMBLE
Attorney At Law
Office flours Afternoons and
Saturday's.
Orofino. Idaho
j Burns Block
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Merrill
Lodging House
ROOMS, 50c. AND UP
tliCj
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Rooms for Housekeeping
Furnished or Unfurnished
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J, W. MERKILl.. Prop.
Idaho
Orofino,
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Clearwater Dray Line
H. J. BOBBITT, P.oprietor
All Kinds of Dray and
Transfer Work
REASON A BIT RATES
Phone No. 274
PROMPT SERVICE
Complete Funeral for
$ 50.00
A Raised Top, Cloth
Covered Casket with
Six Handles and Out
side Box. Our Ser
vice Included.
C. E. BOBO & SON
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If You Investigate Properly
your reasoning will inevitably lead you
to the conclusion that this is the
bank in which you* should have your
money.
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.
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.
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OROFINO, IDAHO
Try Whitworth for
Moving and Heavy Hauling
Dray ing and Transfer
Bevill Whitworth
Phone 533

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