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I and family left Mon ib Miller Portland. for is planting 20 acres to alfalfa seed. S. Mix tilled Merc. Co.'s big the Orofino in this issue. Read M Portfors made a business Lewiston Tuesday. Sn ider and J. M. Bryant visitors In Lewiston C. 0. IP to H. K business week. re ■ ri Whaley, who handles the lephone business at Fraser, was business visitor Monday. McMurray, field représenta tif Vermont Loan and Trust in Orofino Sunday. John Le of hnpany, was L_, A E. Holmberg from Oro L„ u visiting with her daughter, Eg J. G. Noftsger.—Peck News. L o Loseth, piano tuner of Oro Ln was in Stites, Tueeady, looking P ' hlB une of business.—Stites er terprise. number of friends of Johnson helped celebrate Quite a '/lUli 1 birthday at her home Mon y evening. County Attorney Smith was one the speakers at a meeting of the Club at Moscow Ttaurs iversity L April 20. Merwln visited the Piper Miss hool last week and reports excel t progress and results under the «sent teacher, Della Loseth. Grocery Department is the ist place In town. There's a on . Orofino Merc. Co. Our yW\ 'S nu to put hearts back where hey belonged. She was a little »reach of promise preventive, f you don't see how, h. VIOLA. DANA a.i'Ja.n* ~> MATCH IREAKER li Dallas M. Fitzgerald Production WITH THE ABOVE SPECIAL FEATURE WE WILL SHOW Larry Semon IN 1 THE S\W MILL U »» Ihlch is truly the funniest 2-reel I comedy ever seen in our lives REX THEATRE TUESDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 4 - 6-0 I j I Real Buys in Farm Land wat« Bcr ® 8 ' 35 cultivated, family orchard, good spring en hL2' r< „ ,ora h0U8e - barn 30*40 hold 60 ton hay, cellar chick Jn ! 1-2 ml, es from Orofino, 1-4 mile to school. Price »4600. Terms etx per cent. ard NO j 41 160 * creB ' 40 cultivated, fenced, all level, family orrti w-iviit i K °° rt wel * 8 > 6-room house, large bars, chicken house, cellar, in Km, I U , H# ' blttckBn,,th «"op. This is a good one 12 miles from »Kami«*. Price $4000. r„ i snrlnir 4 .?.'. 1 acres, 30 acres cultivated, family orchard, good glne tt . ter ' f * ,r bu *ldlngs, farm tool* horses wagon, cow. en PrlcB .i Koe * wl ' h pl«ce. Six miles from Orortno. Luinh»» Terms. This will be a good home for some one. •her sawed for new house goes with plaoe. water « 9 i'i 18 cultivated, family orchard, good spring »noo'oo* 1 f>lr building* 3 1-3 miles from Orofieo, Price ro<Mn h 6 ® 136 acr8B - 48 cultive ted, eome orchard end berries. 6 SS m WC" *"* " a « orcliaVrt 1 a 88 or 70 cultivated, balance cut over, family grunnrv* t r,1U * d**P. aJl fenced, 6-rooiu house, barn, $7000 oo h °Ter° U * e ' * trom Orofino, 1 mile to school, price fciu'oH 9 u - *.?• wr®«. 3® culUvated, family orchard, spring water, p rl ,. B l,.',.,."'* 1 ®* to Orofino, l-2m!le to school. No buildings. 11,8 »6000.00. Terms. frmn'nl°.1' 113 RCr# A 3® cultivated, good bean ground, 8 miles with terms 110 ' * n> *H cabin, good neighborhood, price $6000 t HAVE MANY MORE GOOD ONES. COME TO OUR OFFICE and we will be glad to tell you about them. Bryant & Wellman REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE CLEARWATER Born to Mr. L _ Hancock, Wednesday, and Mm. Jaspar a son. I A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McLean, of Russell, Monday morning. I ! the I I J. ™a. at tle Mr. and Mrs. Ham Bryant the parents of a daughter born Sunday night. arc on Wallace McTarnahan has ; pleted painting and dressing H. Snyder's dodge. L. G. Hornby and Oval Atherton are giving their houses paint this week. Rex Trutton will drive the For est Service truck again this and is at present putting the chine in shape for the road. The little daughter of F. T Tay jor is very sick with Acute Nephrft Dr. Fairly reports her some what improved yesterday but still unconscious. The Orofino Merc. Co. is selling more shoes than ever—they must have the price. With good weather Mr. Atherton Is pushing the work on his new briok building on Johnson avenue. Tht basement is about completed. Water superintendent Boehm, af ter much difficulty, succeeded tu opening up the sewer pipes at the corner of College and Johnson ave nues. com C. coats ot season ma is. The Carrico boys left Wednesday for Elk River. It is understood that the mill at that place will start shortly after the first of the month. Dr. A. E. Jones, of the Jones Op tical company of Spokane, was do ing business in Orofino Monday. Dr. Jones has built up a prosperous practice in this part of the state. Sydney F. Allison is now in Spo kane singing at the Liberty Thea tre for a two week's engagement. It is likely Mr. Allison will Join stock company now being formed at that place.—Peck News. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Urquhart left Friday afternoon for Greer, enroute to the Oxford where they are to be stationed this coming season. Cret - will soon start maintenance work cm the Oxford-Bungalow road. Mr. and Mrs. George Weeks have moved here from Waha having pur chased a part of the Holt place across the river. They are putting up a new house. Louis Shriver is doing the carpenter work. Miss Evelyn Merwin left Thurs day morning for Boise. She will attend the State County Superinten dents' Meeting which is to be held in the House of Representatives from the first to the fifth, inclu sive. a S. Ed Roboln, of the Clearwater Forest force and Mr. Carrol of the Selway left yesterday for Republic. Wash., to drive in 50 head of new pack mules which have been re cently purchased for the two forests and will be used on trail crews this summer. 64 pairs of shoes sold in one day Is some record. The Orofino Merc, will tell you why. TRAKT. A H I Robert Davis has his new barn almost covered. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hansen spent Sunday at the Harp home. Wm. Groseclose is cutting some brush for Ed. Choate this week. Leslie Garrison drove to Leland Thursday for a load of groceries. Elmer McGuire took a load of cedar posts to Leland Wednesday. Mesdames Kelley and Peterson spent Wednesday at the Wells home. A six-pound boy was born at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shoe maker Monday night. The farmers are beginning to plow, and almost every farm has some stumps burning. Folks are feeling happy now that spring is really here. A crowd of folks took a picnic lunch and went to the Falls after Sunday school last Sunday. All had a pleasant time and came home* In the evening tired, but happy. Ed. Oroseclose has the Bachelor's Den. think spring has con.e out fro n He seems to come to stay. Oroflno Orofino Plercj GRANGEMONT Mrs. King Wooers visited Mrs. J. J. Calland Friday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sandham April 19. Mrs. Helen Deal and Mrs. Frank I'ucker were visitors at the Meadow View school Monday. Ed Brunning entertained Julius Schubao.h and Matt Matson of Oge ™a. Wisconsin, at dinner Tuesday. Chas. Gleason ts in town on im portant business this week. Frear is taking his place as sawyer at the mill. About sixty friends and neighbors dinner together at the Tucker home Sunday. A separate table was laid for the lit tle folks. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bashaw were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stevens Monday even ing. They were celebrating the 9th wedding anniversary of Bashaws and the birthday of Mr. Stevens. HOAD Theo E. Dan Attest: doing Fred planned Frank an case for of — • sian tried SCHOOL NEWS The Seniors took their annual "sneak" up the North Fork last Friday, but despite the fact that they tried to collect themselves and belongings secretly at the depot, their departure was speedily noised around among the alert Juniors and within an hour ten of these with Miss Rose, as chaperone, also de parted by car to -the North Fork country. Both classes reported a day of great sport even though the Seniors had a few uncomfortable moments when they found their lunch missing and the Juniors, when they viewed the spoils of the victory in the mirrors upon their arrivai home. The Sophomores and Freshmen likewise spent the day In hiking and from the looks of the sunburn the class enjoyed them selves. The Nez Perce and Orofino high schools have a baseball game sched uled for Friday afternoon, April 28. The Seniors, In a recent meeting, voted to extend an invitation to Charles A. Addlemai* to preach the Baccualaureate sermon at the audi torium Sunday evening, May 14. he own in Oxy FR FOR FOR Mr. Hornby of the Forest Service 2314 gave a short talk Monday upon the preservation of the forests. He stated that statistics show the U. S. to be consuming four times a^ much timber as she raises and since it takes a hundred years to grow a good saw log, the supply will soon become exhausted, If the people are not more careful about C?mp fires, cigar stubs and the like. FOR 15. The Juniors will entertained the Senior class at a banquet Friday evening. and Helen Powell, Editor. MINUTES OF BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (Continued from page four) at 5.55 .50 70.85 E. H. Atherton, supplies for roads . E. H. Atherton, supplies for roads . E. H. Atherton, supplies for roads .,. Theo Pederson, repairs for roads . Oud-ShieldB Hdw. Co., sup plies for roads;. Board adjourned to meet again tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. J. B. DICKSON, Chairman. 2.95 35.85 Attest : JOSEPH KAUFFMAN, Clerk. 3 3 Orofino, Idaho, April 13th, 1922. Board of County Commissioners m , et in regular session pursuant to yesterday, all mem I?®™ bein * Present the 'ollowing is bu8 * ne >' 8 was transacted to-wit. Minutes of yesterday read and ap proved. At this time the following peti tion is received from the Crystal line Lime Comp iny as follows, to wit: In Lewiston, Idaho. April 13, 1922. To the Honorable t'onrd of County Commissioners, orofino, Idaho. Gentlemen: The Crystalline Lime Company respectfully petitions your honora ble Hoard for permission to erect, and operate necessary machinery for the production of agricultural lime, chicken grit and such other products ns the company may do I termine to manufacture: said ma j chlnery to l>e Installed on the Coun I ty road right of way about one mile from Orofino, on the Oroftno Krnser road; your petitioner agrees that In rase this permission Is granted, that It will fully and am ply protect the traveling public by the erection of hoard walls on euch side of the road opposite the plant. The granting of this petition will greatly facilitate the operations of this company at Orofino. Respectfully, Crystalline Lime Company, By O. M. Collins, President. The foregoing petition being read and carefully considered, It is moved by Chas. Hall and aeconded by Wm. J. 'White, members of the Board, that said petition be grant ed. Motion carried by unanimous vote of the Board. Overseer report of Alvin Rice is approved. In the matter of the application of F. E. Bentley for County Aid, the action of C. Q. Morris is ap proved, and such bills as have been Incurred in this case and now on file will he paid. The application of C. M. Axtoll for County Aid Is disallowed. CURRENT EXPENSE BILLS PAID RV. J. Hannah, rent of Hall for 8th grade exam.| Red Globe Pharmacy, mdse to county Indigents . Owl Drug Co., supplies, sher 16.00 2.26 Iff 3.16 Harry Wheeler, witness .., Orangeville Electric Light ft Power Co., light on bridge 3.76 and merchandise . Oroflno Auto Co., auto hire sheriff . Orofino steam Laundry, laun dry for jail. Plercj 17. y 4.00 .95 Merc. Co., mdse to Chinamen . 35.7' HOAD AND BRIDGE BILLS PAilV Theo Pederson, road supplies E. H. Atherton road s ipplles 203. Dan Dunwell. road work. . 5 J A 21.00 j Board adjourned to meet again tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. J. B. DICKSON, Chairman. Attest: JOSEPH KAUFFMAN, Clerk. Dairymen nre making a study or overproduction. We seem to have en couraged the cows until they are over doing It. Lenin might use an alias to ad vantage while alive. Dut dying under an assumed name would not help ills case much. Europe Is not trading wiih America | for much the same reason that many of us are not buying steam yachts — because it has not the price. The rabbit that picks a quarrel with • bull terrier has nothing on the Rus sian army transport the French say tried to sink a French fleet. South American women getting to he lenders In fashion. Of course, down nronnd the equator, there's not so much chance of catching cold. The crusade on baby talk Is non sense. Let the hnhies tell things their own way lest they acquire proficiency in profanity from the grown-ups. CLASSIFIED ADDS Oxy acteylene Welding at Atherton'^ FR SALE—Household goods. Call at residence. W. M. Watson. FOR SALE — A one-ton Republic truck. See D. L. Webb, Orofino WANTED—A few fat beef cattle Bullock ft Holmberg. FOR SALE—The NE1-4, Sec. 15-38, IE. $1600 cash. Forrest White, 2314 1-2 Hilgard Ave. Berkeley, Cal. FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Rhode Island Red eggs, $1 per setting of 15. Mrs. Wm. T. Bennell, Orofino. FOR SALE—Planed and unplaned lumber for all purposes. See James Tyra, Orofluo. FOR SALE!—Four head horses, 3 sets harness, two wagons with racks, plows, etc. See Floyd Mc Lean, Orofino, Idaho. WANTED — Paying ranch in this vicinity. relative to stock, implements, price and land. Address P. 0. Box 275, Tacoma, Wash. Give full particulars FOR RENT—80 acre ranch on the Crockett bench, 25 acres in culti vation, good orchard, fine spring water, house and barn in fair con dition. For further information call at Republican office. FOR SALE— H. P. Allen, the green house man, Orofino, will have tihe .50 following plants for sale, in season: Tomato plants—John Bare, Chalk's Early Jewell, Michigan Red Wondet Newstone. Jersey Wakefield, Early Flat Dutch and Wlnnlngstat. Also asters and pepper plants. Cabbage plants—Early FARM MACHINERY FOR SALE Studebaker, six-cylinder, seven passenger touring car. John Deere 3 1-4 full truck wagon, wide tire. Mitchell full truck 2 1-2 wide tire wagon, (new) Harvey Regan top buggy (right new). Moline 8-foot disc (never been used). John Deere 16-tnch walking plow with rolling coulter. Moline 3-sectton steel harrow. Pair (G. T. Manditt) No. 3 bob sled. Corn cultivator, 5 shovel. All of the above articles in good condition. Mooers Bros., Box 202, Orofino, Idaho. Phone 924. to ap peti to erect, other do ma one Is am by euch plant. will of being is the is Aid, ap been on Axtoll PAID FRANK F. KIMBLE Attorney At Law Office Hours Afternoons and Saturday's. Orofino. Idaho Burnt Block F.I. LINDGREN Watchmaker and Jeweler OROFINO IDAHO Complete Funeral $50.00 Cloth Covered Casket, Handles and Rough Box C. E. BOBEAU LICENSED EMBALMBR Orofino. Idaho Phone 84 Catarrh Can Be Cured Catarrh Is a local disease, grently Influenced h.v constitutional condi tions. It therefore requires constitu tional treatment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is taken lnternnlly and acts through the Blood oil the Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, gives the patient strength bv Improving the gen eral health and assists nature In doing Its work. All druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney ft Co., Toledo, Ohl«. 16.00 2.26 3.16 3.76 Ice Cream We are Serving a Different Ice Cream. The Emulsified and Pasturized Cream. The Highest Test Ice Cream We can buv. Try a dish. One will call for another. TAKE A PAIL FULL HOME Red Globe Pharmacy Phone 55 Phone 55 Let us have your orders for parties. 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