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I Parties
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Ire's to the old year, drink buys
I drink.
l/frt'* to tie days that htwe fled.
■ friends, old wine, old memories:
Wrink to the Joys that are dead.
ire's to the New Year stretching
ah tail,
r o /he days that are blithesome
. and gay,
|t the joys of the old be the joys
' of the new.
is sorrows faite gently away.
Pc=*NOTHKR New Year comes
|w®J J to us with a volume all pure
a* 3 ) a,1( l unspotted, on which we
»viH so»m begin to write a
B)lAll|| history thal will go on to
be bound with the thou
Is of other records we call, years.
1922 bring us counterparts of the
Liest days of the year Just closing.
In heart for "any fate," and may
■ II learn the lesson of how "to
I and to wait."
iw for a Jolly New Year's eve
that you rnay like to get up.
lit oat invitations for a "watch
"remembrance"
' party
as one girl is going to call the
ite little affair she is arranging
or
ew Year's eve. If you can sketch,
an hour-glass, a "Fallier Time"
>ck face with the IihikIs at mld
»r the last leaf on the calendar
"December .'41" done in scarlet,
■ach one to tell of their happiest
n the year that is past and in
month it happened,
i may play curds, dance or "reiu
tn-es," Just as suits you liest.
a cake with 12 candles Hur
led by a wreath of holly and mis
i and the favors symbolic of the
k special days; for Instance, a
■fir for January, a Cupid or
■ or February, a kite for March.
■ umbrella for April, a posy or
of artllicial flowers for Mhj 1 ,
P»ee May pole; a doll bride or a
1 of roRes for June, a firecracker
jply. a golf set or picnic basket
iDgust. bunch of grapes or a tiny
tub for September, the latter slg
Ig "Labor day."
►reaent October with a wee Jack
itern cut from an orange, a
kin or football for November,
key, and for December a mlnia
''hrlstniHs tree. These article«
I he procured in duplicate and be
to And partners, or they may be
Kl In a Jack Horner pie tuadejo
r 'nt the face of a clock, red rlh
» »Ing to ea»'h place.
I» Is an occasion when the for
[ti its may be used, taking perfect
I II walnuts and removing nhe
k Inserting a narrow strip of
r bearing a pleasant prophecy for
foiMlng sensoa, and then gluing
isl'clls closely together. These
I he glided and passed at the
[ A wise hostess who knows her
l' well will be elever In making
I "recast* right.
I h merriment ensues when the
I 1 -k the boys to dance, Invite
I supper, and In general reverse
I al order of soda! conventions.
or
A Stitch In Tima.
>'»t the lining next the collar ot
! wrap begin* to show signs of
, get a few inches of wide Milk
|ry braid, inatchiug the color, and
It ueatly aver the worn part. By
lg a thread at the edge the braid
k perfectly smooth and the gar
I will not appear patctfcd.
roll
cal
Observing
NewYear's
of
of
This Is in j the
« »mall "ay attributable to I ),
the addition to the Const!
IEW YEAR'S day Isn't what
it used to be.
tution of some dry reading
matter.
lu still greater
part it is because the international ob
session for celebrating whenever l a- i
ther Time takes a fresh start in pilot- i
Ing the earth around the sun Is thou- ]
sands of years old. The manner of ;
observing the day has changed greatly
through the centuries.
The urge to give presents at least
once a year was felt even before
Christmas and Santa Claus came into
in
I
the scheme of tilings, and the an
dent Creeks, Chinese, Egyptians and
Romans tendered tbeir gifts to one
another on the first day of the year.
Kings got into the habit of receiving
extra gifts from their subjects «hi
:
these days and liked it so well they
began extorting larger and larger ;
Tills practice got so tiad in I
SUDI8.
Rome under the Caesars that Clan- ;
"
dins called a liait.
It spread to other »'ountries, trow- i
ever, and the English hud their New
Year's celebration spoiled annually (
by rapacious sovereigns until Queen I
Elizabeth's modest demands of her 1
subjects cut gifts down to a mini- j
muin. in those days tlie celebration
of New Year's day had become world
wide. With variations to suit all na
tionalities. it consisted everywhere
of eating, drinking and motley inerri- i
ment.
Christopher Columbus, so far as I
is known, was the tirs, white ....... !
to Jubilate on New Year's day in .lie :
westen, hemisphere. White his ships j
were undergoing repairs on Jauunrv
i » jo*, s .i.i . ' i
1, 14IM he enjojed a sumptuous din
tier with two savage n.unarrfes on
the Island of Haiti After this meal, I
history says, tin* discoverer of Amer- |
lea bud Ills first smoke of toliaci'o ;
Whether he enjoyed it Is not reeoriled.
but he left It to a later generation
Sir Walter Raleigh is generally ered
lied with the function—to introduce
tobacco to Europe.
The 1'llgrlm Fathers and the Mrs*
ramilles of the older suites of the
Union enjoyed a quiet holiday as
year came around,
but not until they tool attended re
ligious
.'«eh I
They feasted.
ervlees.
For 2 ."> years up to the
1920 and the
»lawo of
era of wartime pro
hlbttlon. the celebration in large oil- |
te* became noisier ami
slve euch
year. Thons« Z?J5ÏZ
crowd Into places of merriment, while
principal thoroughfares were packed |
with flirting* ef merrymakers will*
equiiwkera, clappers, bells and confetti, j
Every hotel ami most «r the
taurants
»es
K«y
was estimated that
*1,000,000 was spent hi the New York
white-light district on New Year's eve
After that statistician
Ing to figure out the sum.
w ere Jim must
diners, in tpox it
with
,
s gave up try
piljj
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IS
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HER RESOLUTION.
"Have you made any geod raaatw
Mena far the new year.*
[ men*« haart».*
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' AN
NUAL MEETING
filVEN
abl"
if O'o-l
will he h Id at '
in the
of Idaho, I
f
!
MiTI < •
IS
III; ÎEBY
meeting of the
tin- Bank
I H at
Hi.'
annual
Stockhomiers
ot
fine, a
■oi ixu at ion.
Hu- office of said
corp ration
if Orofino, State
i Viliam
on Tuesday, January 10th, 102.1,
i at the hour of 15 o'clock in the af st
ternoon of said day, for the pu pose oer
"f 'decling members of the Board | the
the ive
business cy
b fore i est
of Uiidors of said corporation fo.
the ensuing year, and for
transaction of all other
which may properly come
such me ting.
Dated at Orofino, Idaho, this 19th
day of December, 1921.
C II. EDE. Secretary.
ing
he
I
Local Improvement Distiict No. 3.
Resolution No. 5.
A Resolution by the Chairman '
and Board of Trustees of the Village
; of Orofino, amending Resolution No. I
' 4 of Bocal Improvement District No. ,
j 3 of said 1 Village, changing the dateä
j when installments of the assessments
I provided for in said Resolution No.
; 4 shall become due, anfi delinquent,
i the date when bonds of said District
shall be issued, directing the Vil
lage Clerk to give the legal and
necessary notice thereof and to pub
lish this Resolution, and fixing the
dates between which payments ot
the entire assessment may be made.
:
Whereas the committe • on Streets
and Alleys on the 16th ohy of Nov-1
ember 1921, reported to the Chair
man and Board of Trustees of the
assessment
Village of Orofino, an
roll of the property included in Lo
cal District No. 3, of said Village of
Orofino, and
Whereas, said Chairman and Board
of Trustees at a regular meeting of
said Board upon the 12th day of
December,
assessment roll and a large number
of protests against the adoption or
j the
I ), ack to str eet and Alley com
considered said
1921
same, and said roll was referred
niittee and the engineer acting for
the Village in this behalf for re
vision and report;
i
i Committee and said Engineer have
Whereas, said Street and Alley
] reported a revised assessment roll,
; which is hereto attached;
the time when installments of the
Whereas the delay In making said
revision has madte necessary changes
in the dates and alterations as to
I sued, and the dates between which j
any owner of any lot or parcel if
land liable to assessment for said
assessments for the improvements In
sa j,j District shall become due, and
when delinquent, the date when the
«hi
Bonds of said District shall be is
:
;
in I improvements may redeem the 'amt
; from such liability by paying the cn
" lire assessment.
i
j
NOW THEREFORE, BE tT RE- ;
SOLVED BY THE CHAIRMAN A N D j
(
I
her 1
j LOWS:
na
i
Section 2. That such assessments!
as I upon the lots and parcels of land dc
! Krrlb ed in said assessment roll, being
.lie : lots and parcels of land included w
j ^ , mproven „.„, District No.
,
' i 3 , and abutting, contiguous and i.l
din- benefitted bv such 1m
on l)U,ar> Rm ' ntnuen »> »»' i
I Provenants., shall be payable In <•«* ,
equal Installments; the Mrs! tnsial'
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
VILLAGE OF OROFINO, AS KOL
That Section 2 of Rfs
Section 1.
olution No. 4. of Local Improvement
District No. 3. be amended to read
as follows:
|
; ment shall Iw due nndl payable on
August 1st. 1923. and- shall become
delinquent on the First day of Gep
t « ml)Pr ls ; 3i the second installment
Mrs*
the
re
shall be payable one y» nr after the
first Installment becomes payable.
delinquent one
the first Installment be
and shall become
I veer alter
comes delinquent ; the third install
ment shall be payable one year after
the second Installment becomes pay
of
able, und shall become delinquent
after the second Installment
pro
oil- |
one yeni
becomes delinquent; the fourth In
* hl '" b *' payabl " °, ne y< '* r
af, * r ,b '" ,blrd becomes,
| payable, and shall become delinquent
will* one year ufter the third Installment
j becomes delinquent; the fifth In-.
»es- stallment shall be payable on" year
K«y
that
eve
after the fourth Installment becomes
payable, and shall become delinquent
year after the fourth Installment
becomes delinquent; the sixth tn
, stallment shull be payable one year
after the fifth installment becomes
payable, and shall become delinquent
after the fifth Installment
one
try
one year
becomes delinquent; the seventh in
stallment shall become payable one
year after the sixth installment be -1
comes payable, and shull become de
linquent one year after the sixth In
stallment becomes delinquent;
the
eighth installment shall become pay
able one year after the seventh In
stallment becomes payable, and de
llnquent one year af tan the- 7 th In
stallment becomes delinquent;* the
ninth Installment shall become pay
ah la uae y»«r after the eighth la
stallment becomes payable,
and de
linqu'nt one year after the eighth
installment becomes d Ilr.qu nt ; the
tenth instullim nt shall become pay
abl" one year afterth»> ninth Install
ment shall become payai» ■ ai d h ili
become ».'elinquot't one y aral i i th
ninth installment becomes d -1 in -
'tuent.
Each installment shall bear inter
st at the rate of six ( 6 ) per centu u ry
oer annum, payable annually, from his
the first day of January, 1922, until
te of delinquency of each respvt
ive installment, and after de tnquen
1
cy all installments shall bea nter-J
est and penalty as by law provided.;
try
I lent
1
.vas
Provided,
that any owner of ary
property liable for any special ass»
her"under
re 'I'ein
ills
ment
may
property from such liability by pay
ing ttie entire assessment chargeable
against his said property before the gun
issuance of the bords (whicli slmli
he issued on the first day of March,
1922), and after the issuanc ■ of the [their
bonds by paying all levied install
of
nients, and all unlevied installments 1
with interest on the latter at the in
rate provided in
said bonds, from
the date of issuance hereinbefore
fixed, to the time of maturity of the
last installment; amounts so paid j
must be paid to tile Village Clerk,
who shall give proper receipt there
for, and 1 apply the same solely to the
payment of said improvements or
the redemption of the bonds Issued
therefor; and place the same in
"Special Assessment for Improvement
Fund;" which is hereby created. j
Section 2. That Section
Resolution No. 4 of Local Improve
tree
a
I and
5 of i
ment District No. 3 be amended to
read as follows:
"Section 5. That the Village
Clerk of said Village be and he here
by is instructed to cause notice to be
published in three consecutive issues I
of the Clearwater Republican, (first
publication to be made on the 23rd
clay of December 1921) that any
owner of any piece of property liable
for any special assessment hereunder,
may redeem his property from such
liability, by paying the entire assess
ment chargeable against his property
before the issuance of the bonds for
the said improvements; and after the
issuance of the bonds, by paying all
the installments which have been
levied and also the amount of the
unlevied installments, with interest
on the latter at the rate provided in :
said bonds, from the issuance of said j
rate bonds to the time of the matur
to
ity of the last Installment; that all
the payments so made must be madt? i
1
to the Village Clerk: that the time
for payment shall begin on the 7th j
day of January, 1922, and the right j
to make payment without interest
shall end and close on the 21st day j
of January 1922, at 8 o'clock p. m. I
j an( j suc ij notice shall contain such j
if other matters and things as required ;
by law;
In
Section 3.
That the Clerk of the j
Village be directed to publish these i
j Resolutions in the Clearwater Re
; publican, as required by law.
D j Passed by the Board of Trustees
of the Village of Orofino and ap
proved by the Chairman thereof this
20th day of December. 1921.
N. O. HELGESON,
Chairman of the Board) of Trustees
Anewment for Improvement Diat'Mt
w No. 3, Village of Orofino. County}
of Clearwater. State of Idaho, 1921
,
BLOCK 1 DAY'S ADDITION
i
, J"* *"• .* ' '
lax No 271. 10
Tax No. Ill. 46 76
Tax No. 112. 21 56
Lot 1. 184
Lot 2. 1 85
Lot 3. 11 82
Lot 4. 11 83
Ix.t 5. 11 83
Lot 6 . 11 83
Lot 7. 18.'.
Lot 8 . .. 1 SS
Lot 9. 1 85
Lqt 10. 1 8 S
. 1 85
. 1 85
. 193 53
. f 4 80
. 69 23
. 51 12
. r.C 62
... 117 00
, . 18 73
. . IS 73
,.. 18 7 4
... 18 73
... 18 70
. . 18 73
,i 73 ;
... 18 73
... 18 73
... 117 JO
... 178 62
... 61 41
. . 61 41
48 52
... *8 25
.. 178 62
... «1 41
... «1 41
... 4 1 62
... M >4
vilIll Ke of Orofino.
Attest:
J. B. LOOMIS. Village Clerk.
on
the
be
Lot II
In- Lot 12.
r JJ.
Lot 19.
| Lot 20.
I Lot 21.
In-. l«t 22 .
BLOCK II-DAY'S ADDl'l ION
Lot 1_
Lot 2 . . . .
Lot 3.. . .
Lot 4 . . . .
Lot 5_
tn
Lot
j Lot 7.,..
6
Lot 8 .
Lot 9.
in
one Lot 10
Lot 11
be -1
de
In
Lot 12_
Lot 13_
Lot 14_
Lot 15_
Lot 16
Lot 17_
Lot 18.
the
pay
In
de
In
the Lot 19..
pay- Lot 2*.
la- Lot 21..
1921.
School
Orofino
Ifigh
i
iinicv Hltikr, I tlirot
Former High School student Hat
ry Mullikin is in Orofino. spending
his Christmas vacation
All of the country children at.
leaving for their homes in the coun
try to enjoy their vacation
Tom Skcyhill gave a most excel
lent (inscription of the conditions in
Russia Friday evening. His
.vas certainly enjoyed by all
heard it.
tain
w ho
i
gun l»v the
Oklah
[their
grade or high school.
Til" back to school campaign
Rotarians of Blackwell,
has resulted in hundrel
of boys returning to school to finish
uncompleted woik m the stb
This move
ment is now taken up by Rotarians
•ountry with |
tie
miti,
in various parts of the
good results,
j
The program given by Mrs. Kim
ble's musical students was certainly
enjoyed. The high school Christmas
tree was a dandy and 1 everybody bail i
a good time. The
class passed out pop-corn balls to
everyone. Everybody got a present
I and some of them weie quite comical
especially the small dolls.
domestic science I
From the looks of the Christmas
i tree in the room of the second I
grade a lew days before Christmas, j
after the Huns and Vanuals had
broken into the corner school build
ing, carrying off all Christmas pres
ents and decorations, it seems thal
some one needs a few 1 s »ons 1 n
I Sunday school, learning the ten com
mandments.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 22
North, South, East sides.. *1648 08
BLOCK "A"—DAY'S ADDITION
Lot 1
Lot 2
Lot 3
Lot 4
Lot 5
BLOCK III—DAY'S ADDITION
$ 85 77
81 70
81 70
81 72
81 72
Lot
Lx>t 2
in : Lot 3
j Lot 8
Lot 5
$194 83 '
52 30
6 e 07
66 07
66 07
47 46
1
all Lot 6
i Lot 7
1 Lot 8
39 23
39 23
39 23
39 23
55 55
40 88
40 88
40 87
40 87 ;
40 87
'
7th j Lot 9
j Lot 10
Lot 11
j Lot 12
m. I Lot 13
j Lot 14
; Lot 15
Lot 16
the j
BLOCK IV—DAY'S ADDITION
i Lot
1
$178 24
4 8 18 i
61 03 I
61 03
ap
this
Lot
Lot 3
Lot 4
Lot 5
Lot 6
Lot 7
Lot 8
Lot 9
Lot 10
lx» t 11
Lot 12
Lot 13
Lo 14
^
Lo - 16
10
76 BLOCK V—DAY'S ADDITION
56 Lot 1
Lot 2
85 Lot 3
82 Lot 1
83 Lot 6
83 Lot 6
83 Lot 7
Lot 8
SS Lot 9
85 Lot 10
8 S Lot 11
85 Lot 12
85 BLOCK VI—DAY'S ADDITION
53 Lot 1_
80 Lot 2 . . . .
23 Lot 3_
12 Lot 4_
62 Lot 5_
Lot 6 _
00 Lot 7_
73 Lot 8_
73 Lot 9 -
7 4 Lot 10_
73 Lot 11—West %—12 5 feet
70 Lot 11- East %—37.5 feet
73 Lot 12.
73 ; Lot 13.
73 Lot 14—West 10 feet
73 Lot 14—East 40 feet
JO Lot 15.
62
41 Lot 1
41 Lot 2
52 Lot .3
25
62
41 Lot 6 -
41 Lot 7
62 Lot I
>4 Let 9
61 03
60 10
20 89
20 90
. . . 20 90
. .. 139 01
. . . 183 54
. . . 48 18
. • • 61 02
. .. 61 02
... 61 02
... 60 10
60 10
. . . 60 10
60 10
. . . 178 24
Lot 17_
Lot 18_
Lot 19_
Lot 20_
$40 86
40 86
40 86
40 s'7
44 ) 87
40 87
40 88
4 0 88
4 0 88
40 *7
40 87
4 0 87
.. »199 25
. . . 102 98
. . . 1*2 97
. . . 94 57
. . . 81 79
g 7s
!!! S 63
... 6 75
6
6
êiî
1 69
8 54
195 71
105 7 1
21 J g
gl 69
55
170
BLOCK VII—DAY'S ADDITION
...$199 46
104 01
. . . 104 01
... 104 02
104 1 9
. j 7 U 50
. 199 46
JLot
Lot
4
5_
104 19
*04 01
Si bool
w ill
nut
> 1 " h
Jauuar;
t. 1
Joj A rim ( rung uol
also showing .
men t
All of
the
iiig!
te happy
know
to
Kolb is recovi-i in.:
Hidden illness
Tin enrollment m : b
in New York t'it> t
i ii
total
Wyoming,
not
! »»pul." it
su
an
Cecil this numb
soup budget ti
of i liildren in N' w Vm U
edui'i

E. -
it suii.'i iiitciiu ui ti.,.,
linger, the sein.
a man's job
The
girls of
West
Vi.sin »
school arc
li'.ginn ing
their
in
foolish habits and
passed
the
fnl
i :
lowing resolutions 1 We
if a plain and simple
ichool
appro»
il less
2. We feel that lightweight
I KeorKe ^ e illu * chiffons
able for school wear.
unsuit
are
3. We dtsap
prove of extreme low necks and for
mal evening gowns.
4. We
dtsap
materiaU
prove of dress lengths being' reg!T
I Iat ed to fit the phisique of the lndt
j vidual.
prove of soft
which reveal the form.
clinging
6 We disapprove of rolled
7. We considei silk
school wear.
and loud hose.
hose unnecessary for
8 . We believe school shoes should be
comfortable with low heels. 9. Wa
disapprove of the use of
pencil, lipstick, rouge and heavy
face powder.
eyebrow
Lot 10.
Lot 11—East Vfe.
Lot 11 —West %.
Lot 12.
Lot 13.
Lot 14.
BLOCK VIII—DAY'S ADDITION
Lot 1
104 01
52 01
52 01
104 2 1 |
104 20
207 21
$ 75 05
75 05
75 05
75 05
75 05
75 05
4 3 6 4
BLOCK IX—DAY'S ADDITION
»201 IT
120 46
120 4T
120 47
201 77
8 64
8 64
108 74
127 12
207 83
Lot 2
' Lot 3
Lot 5.
Lot 6 .
Tax No. 219
4
;
' Lot
1
Lot
2
Lot
3
Lot
4
Lot 5
Lot
6
Lot
7
Lot
8
Lot 9
Lot 10
BLOCK X—DAY'S ADDITION
202 02
121 29
121 28
121 28
202 02
202 02
121 28
121 28
121 27
202 02
18 i Lot
03 I Lot 2
03 Lot 3
1
03 Lot 4
10 Lot 5
89 Lot 6
90 Lot
7
90 Lot 8
01 Lot 9
54 Lot 10
18
02 Tax No. 221
02
02
10
10 ,
10
10
24 Lot 1
Lot 2. . . .
Lot 3_
Lot 4_
BLOCK XI DAY'S ADDITION
105 53
BLOCK XII —DAY'S ADDITION
Lot 6
Ixi t 7
Lot 8
BLOCK XIV DAY'S ADDITION
_$75 05
_ 75 05
_ 75 05
_ 7 5 05
_ 75 04
$81 72
31 72
81 70
86
86
86 ! k°1 5
r to xiv
BLOCK
ADJACL"
DAY'S ADDITION
s'7
87
87
88
88
88
*7
87
_$75 06
_ 75 06
_ 75 04
Tax No. 289_
Tax No. 290_
Tax No. 291_
MISCELLANEOUS DAYS ADDITION
Tax No. 83.
Tax No. 275 A . . . .
87 j r ax s,- a 275 .
_$242 27
. . . . 140 47
.... 715 60
. . .. 98 06
Tax No. 8 5....
25
98 !
97 i
57
79 1 1 '* >t 1 .
7s jLot 2 ,, west
63 ; iA,t 3 .
75 ^ 4 .
Lot 5.
BLOCK "A" ORIGINAL TOWN
Block "A" Original Town.. $123 47
BLOCK V11 ORIGINAL"!' ow*r~
t 9 50
50
9
H ■ ■.
132 9*.
29 47
2 '>
êiî NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
69
54
71 :
7 1
J g j Clearw ater Count) Nation
69 Loan association will be h» '
I
Notice is hereby
annual meeting of the u
given
!• arm
in Oro
10 Hi day of
55 ftno, Idaho on Tuesday
.January, 1922, at 10 o'chw-k A
M.
46 j for the purpose of elect»., mm. - 1
01 i of board of directors for the en.'uia
01 I year and for the transacting »!
02 other business
1 9 come before the meeting,
j Any interested in
50 i Farm Loan business is invited to at
46 'tenu!.
ntr;
thal may P- >!>•' • '
the Fed ral
19
H C. ABRAM«, Secty-Treas
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