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OFFICIAL PAPER OF CLEARWATER COUNTY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1921. 0R0F1N0, CLEARWATER COUNTY. IDAHO T IF BETTER PICTURES WERE MADE WE WOULD SHOW THEM '** v . HEX THEATRE PRESENTS i Th e Old Nest PH 5 SUDDENLY they have all grown up and left her- the babier «he used to tuck In bed at night. The old house Is empty and silent. All have forgotten her. Her birthdlays pass unnoticed. Each child haa embarked on a drama of his own. Loves, ambitions, temptations carry them away. The story of their lives Your life your home- -your mother a they might have been or as they will awaken deep in your heart memories of the mother to whom you ran 1J ,vV '■À . There are moments of laughter and comedy, romance, adventure, tragedy, sweeps you along. "The Old Nest" « ' W' Â' are. with your childish troubles, matic force a subject wh.ch finds an echo in the lives of every one of us. gripping dramatic stories ever narrated. Never before ha.- th screen touched with such beauty and dva One of the most heart ji * •A. Sjft&'s&a & KW1 w&amx mm mm* Thursday, Friday, Saturday December 1st, 2nd , 3rd 25-35c MOTH Ell MOTHER IS f Would Open to Tourist Travel Some of the Finest Scenery in the Country The Lewis and Clark highway Is receiving consideration in publica tions of national standing. Below we reproduce a communication from Missoula which appeared In the No vember issue of the Western High ways Builder published ln Los An geles, Calif. Perhaps no other mag azine devoted! to good roads ts more widely read than the Western High ways Builder and whoever took the pains to send the quoted article to the Builder deserves the thanks ot every friend of the Lewis and Clark project: Missoula, Mont., Nov. 1,—Within the last few weeks there has been a strong revival of interest in the movement to build the Lolo Pass road to connect Missoula with Lew Idaho. Repre«entatlves ot ifrton, both Lewiston and Portland! have visited this city in behalf of the project, and recently a conference was held at the offices of the Mis soula Chamber of Commerce, at which were present District Fores ter Fred Morrell and officials of the Missoula Chamber of Commerce. If the Interest which has been shown in Montana, Idaho, Washing ton and Oregon ts maintained, it is, •ot unreasonable to expect construe-1 tlon on this route at an early date. : Between Kooskla and Lowell, in Idaho, 22 miles of this proposed j highway has already been built at a cost of 2252,000. Kooskla is the | western terminus of the Lolo Pass, ! or Lewis and Clark highway. There J ls a roadf from Missoula to Lolo Hot I BpringB which should be improved. I From the Springs to the Idaho line j is 7 miles of construction work in Montana. There is now a coopérât ive agreement between Idaho and the Forest Service for surveys, plans and estimates with reference to the route between the Idaho line and Lo well, a distance of 92 miles, largely through a canyon. Construction costs over this 96 mite* have been estimated as high as $1,250,000. The surrey work has been complet ed for 18 miles east of Lowell and for 12 miles between Powell Ranger Station In Idaho and the Idaho line. Cost of construction of a Forest Service road) between Powell Rang er 8tatlon in Idaho and I»lo Hot Springs in Montana, a distance of 18 miles, has been eetlmateed at $ 200 . 000 . When completed this Lewis and Clark highway will be one of the scenic as well as commercial arteries of the Northwest. The Missoula Chamber of Commerce is now coop erating with the Idaho agencies and with the Forest Service in the plans which are hoped to bring about early construction on this wonder route, which has been a dream of Western Montana and Missoula for years past."—-Kooskla Mountaineer. : It Is of the Mother, the Father and the Children—the trinity of that same plot a hundred million Americans are playing. "The Old Nest. CARNIVAL DRAWS BIG CROWD. The Carnival given by the Oro- . fino High School Wednesday even tug was an entertaining program as well as a financial success. The school will probably realize a net sum of about $50.00 The impersonation of well km An people about town wan a reai treat and the cast follows: Dr. Fairly—Floyd Larkin; Dan Delaney— Hoy Snyder; Dr. and Mrs. Britan—Leslie Ball and Kath erine Kohnke; Mrs. H. F. Klpley and Mrs. Lauren Johnson, Agnes Edmonson and Georgia Summers; Misses Hamil and Pickins—Neona Bellmer and Millie McCollum; Mr. Loomis-—Forest Edmonson ; Johnny Molloy—Guy Vandevendter. Mr. Molloy and Misb Bobo—Joy Arm strong and Eula Bryany Mr. Bul lock and Mr. Holmberg, Bruce Blake and Frank Frazier; Misses Kennedy and Smith; Dorothy Boehm and Ida Willoughby The impersonation of Mr. and Mrs. Low ry was omitted as there is only one person who can perfectly ptc turlze Mr. Ixiwrv and that person is W. S. Hart, the movie star, who was too busy and too far distant to take part in the school program. Kidl Sisk won the mat struggle from Dewey Carrico and the win ner was challenged by Mike Cook. The aggresive Mike was laid on his back by the invincible Kid who had two scalps hanging on his belt for the evenings work. Albert Frazier and Buzz Oud boxed three rounds to a draw. The carnival was well attended was is, an< * every one who attended exceedingly well pleased witli the : j SMOKERS AND FOREST FIRES | - ! From reports received at the Dta J trict Forester's office, Portland, Ore I gon, a total of 100 forest fires in I Oregon and Washington during 1 >21 j were due to smokers. These re ports are from only thirteen of the twenty-two national forests bat In dicate forest officers say, that a far greater percentage of foreat fires are caused each year by clg arette and cigar stubs asdl matches than is generally sappoesd.—The Manufacturer, of at A special meeting of the Ladles Aid will be held at the M. E. Church of Wednesday, Nov. 30. Those attend for tng are requested to be present at 1:30 sharp, equipped with darning needle and thimble. This will be the last meeting but one before the holidays. The annual Thanksgiv ing cooked food sale was omitted this year onaccount of other activi ties of the society. : evenings entertainment. RETURNS WITH CATTLE James Kayior, Sr. and eon Dean stopped over night Sunday In Oro fino with a bunch of sixty-five cat tle. which they were taking from the summer feeding grounds near Breakfast creek to their home at Peck. They encountered heavy snow between here afid Breakfast creek and were two d&y* making the trip. The cattle were all fat and sleek and Mr. Kayior state# that the pas turage this year was exceptionally good. LADIES AID TO MEET of Old . CROSS SEALS IS DOW PROGRESSING follow-, letter : The ing was • by Evelyn S. Merwin, S u p t. schools Clear water it received i ü0 ' ; % "P o f o f I County rrom Catherine R I Athey, executive secretary of Idaho Anti Tuberculosis Association. "Boise.—November 27th is Tuber culosis Sunday and ministers will be asked to make mention of the Seal Sale 1 their sermons, will be supplied with talking points, j December 9th will be School Child-j ren's Day . Stories will be sent to all teachers enclosed In a letter ex plaining the tuberculosis campaign. | It is most important that the school ' campaign be horoughly organized in j cooperation with the school authori ties." Each It is hoped that the sale of Seals will be as successful as last year. It is also desired that Miss Edkth Countryman will again visit this county In the interest of the Health Crusade as her services this summer were very valuable to a great num ber of children. The liberal pur chase of seals will enable the Asso ciation to again send Miss Country man to this field. FIREMEN'S BALL A BIG SUCCESS The firemen's ball Thanksgiving night was well attended and! a soci al and financial success, as are all affairs given by the firemen. The music furnished by Prof. Greg ory was unusually good and the evening was thoroughly enjoyed by the large crowd. THANKSGIVING Yesterday, in accordance with the custom established by the Pilgrim fathers some 300 years ago. Thanks giving day was observed by the American people. aside by proclamation of the presi dent of the United States and the The day was set governore of the various states, as a day when we should give thanks to Almighty God for his wonderful blessings. The people of the United SUtes. and especially those of our own favored district and community have abundant reason to be thank ful, when we compare our condition with the conditions of the peoples crop, sufficient to feed all our peo pie and with a substantial surplus to ship to other nations. of the other nations of the world We have garnered an abundant Our free- | dom is only curtailed! when It In fringes upon the rights of others, and we have grown, within recent year, to be the guiding star to the peoples of the earth, seting befo e other nations an Ideal which will result as the years go by in better ing the conditions of untold millions of people. We should be thankful to the Almighty that He has led us in the paths of right and given Into our hands the power and the desire to do good to ot\era. We have reason to be thankful v MRS. BULLOCK ÖETS KODAK. _ Mrs. Jolly Bullock won the Ko dlik at the Red Globe Pharmacy drawing Thanksgiving. The tickets were thoroughly shak en up and a little girl selected draw five tickets, the fifth ticket drawn to be the winning number. | No. 00600 was the fifth ticket ( drawn and was held by Mrs. Jolly | Bullock, who was present and be- j came the possessor of the much ! sought after kodak. Christmas and the lucky holder of * be winning ticket has the choice of a beautiful doll, a box of choice can< iy or a box of good cigars. A G®k e t f° r G*e drawing 1 b given to each customer who makes a twenty flve cent purchase, drawing will be on The next FOUND DEAD IN CABIN. John C., McKinnte of Teakean, was found dead in his cabin Saturday afternoon about 4 o'clock. The re mains were brought to Orofino and prepared for burial at Southwlck by! Undertaker Shaw. Mr. Me Kinnle had been a resident of the Teakean country for about 10 years and was a single man. A sister, Mrs. M. M. j Davidson, who resides at Los Ange les was notified of her brother's death, but was «nable to attend the funeral. ! i Fairly Walrath Is over from Mos cow visited the folko at home dlur-1 ing the Thanksgiving recess. Rich Dresser came up from Lewis, ton this week to spend Thanksglv- ! ing at home. especially at this time for the sentt nient created by our own leaders j for the banishment of war from the wor i d and | should pray to God on indent of the great powers who are this Thanksgiving day that the now in conference may be guided toward an agreement which will eventually make war impossible, In our own community we have the greatest reason to he thankful. There ls perhaps not another dis trlct ln the entire united States as free from want and strife as the district where we are privileged to ltve and pr0 bably few. if any, com-j inunities where there ts as little ! want as ln our Immediate commun! jy We are in a community where; Christianity, education and high | dea | R abound', and re entirely free : from the conditions 'vbich surround those j n the crowded cities, even of; (We have every-, With these, our ovi country. thing that we can r!g''.tfully ask to: make ltfe wort h while blessings, however. O'- ne responsl bilities which we may not overlook We sh ould re «olve In return for the blePS , inK , vh | ch have been showered upon U8 an(S w h leh are purely gifts f rom the Almighty, that we will, as we KO through life, aid others less fortunate wherever ai'd whenever we can.—Moscow Star-Mirror MUSIC TEACHER FOR OROFINO ! Mrs. P. D. Young arrived in Oro- ! lino Tuesday and has (akin rooms with Mrs. Moss at the Sod rgerg j residence. She comes to O ofino at I the earnest solicitation of friends v ho have known her for many years as an able Instructor in piano. While | she is highly proficient in all grades, she has few equals In teach ing beginners. This fact will be ap preciated! by those parents who know the value of getting a propet I MAKES TRIP OF INSPECTION I the results of the inspection and j feels that hie office will be able, | with the data obtained, to effect lm- ; toieLarL ---- . | TOWN TEAM WINS FROM HIGH ( BASKET BAT.T. GAME | - j The town team and the high ! school boys played an exciting game of haket ball in the high school |«ym .Thursday night, -esulting in a score of 21 to 15, In favor of the town team. The line up: Orofino High— Roland Kauffman, center; Ted Wal rath and Willard Johnson, forward; Remy Gamble and Forest Edmon son, guards. Johnson, center; James Kauffman j and Bert Gutahn, forwards; Bob Moss and Frank Gaffney, guards. Fairly Walrath, referee. Town team—Bob j State Game Warden Otto M. Jones, Dr. W. H. Cheney of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Deputy Warden C. K. HJort returned from a month long trip in the game regions of the Sel way and Lochsa. The purpose of ! the trip was to ascertain actual con i dttions affecting big game in the mountain country and to secure in formation which the Fish and Game department might use as a basis for a broad gage plan of handling the game xituation in this part of central Idaho. Mr. Jones is highly pleased with ! provements in administration that. will assure better protection for all j sorts of game throughout the terri- 1 and deer utilize the Selway Pre Mias Helen Myrtle Pratt, 14 years of age, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Pratt, of Gorman» addition, Oro fino, was called to her last home Tuesday night. The young lady was born In Ore gon, July 4, 1907, and had been a resident of Gilbert for quite a nura The remains were tory visited and perhaps better the j conditions under which moose, elk serve.—Kooskla Mountaineer. YOUNG GIRL DIES. ; 1 i , i ber of > ,eara - ! Prepared for burial by Undertaker sha *' interred at Gibert, Thursday at 11 a. m. 'REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS CLEARWATER COUNTY, IDA : of; Warranty deed, William Bolon et : Walter C. Stenzel. Lot 9.1 Bloek 3 Greer. Co«. $100.00 to: ux to Warranty deed, M. B. Erb et ux to Charles Stenzel, Lots 11 and 12 Block 3, Greer. Con. $20 00 P; tent. United States to Mary J. Lanphear, SE1-4 Sec. 13-38-3E. Warranty deed, James M. Fairly et ux to Clearwater Timber Co. Lots 2, 3 and 4 Sec. 3 and Lot 1, Sec. 4-36-4E. Con. $1.00 l COUPLE WEDDED Ceremony Took Place at Six O'clock Newlyweds Leave on Morning Tiain for Short Honeymoon A quiet wedding was solemnized at the home of former sheriff F. W. Garrison yesterday morning, (Thanksgiving Day) when Lyall L. I Garrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gar rison, was united in marriage to Miss Georgia V. Crabb. The cere mony was performed at six o'clock sharp by Rev. J. A. Hoffmann, pas tor of the Methodist Church, in the presence of the parents of both parties concerned. The happy young couple after partaking of one of those fine wed ding breakfasts which the mother of the groom is so thoroughly cap able of providing, took the train for Lewiston on a brief wedding jour ney. What further destination the young couple had in mind, deponent knoweth not. These young people are well and favorably known in this region, I both having lived here from childj hood. Both were educated In the local public schools and the high school. "Lyall," as everybody here knows him, is in the employ of Bullock and Holmberg, while the bride, commonly known as "Geor gia," has for more than a year been employed by the Orofino Mercantile Company. Mr. Garrison was one of the Clearwater boys who served hi» country during the world war, hie particular sphere of operation being the navy, from which he was dis missed only a little more than a year ago. Mrs. Garrison, during j her school days, took a prominent | part In all social affairs connected ; with the school. She is the han# j some daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack j Crabb, who own a beautiful farm 1 about three miles down the river from Orofino. The young couple will make their home in the Osterhout brick apart ments, where they have leased a fine suite of rooms. The best wish es of a great host of friends will be theirs for life. The Republican staff Joins their friends in this tel iclty. METHODIST CHURCH The sermon topic for Sunday morning will be: "Reconciled to Godt" We aim to have special music every Sunday morning. Some times unforeseen events intervening, this is impossible, even after ar rangements have been completed in advance. It is our aim, nevertheless, to make ample use of the excellent talent that is now available, both ; junior and adult. The singers will 1 alternate. The Impression still i seems to prevail that the pastor , preaches at Kamiah Sunday even i ings. Since conference Kami&h has : 9.1 it3 own resldent Pastor. There is now P reachin S at Orofino every Sl ' nday eveniftK at 7:30 - Sunday BCho ° 1 and Epworth League meet at the usual hour. John A. Hoffman, Pastor. Send the Republican to the folks back home—they will enjoy it.