F. WENZ, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
MILES F. EG-BERS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Kathdrum State Bank Building
KATHDKdH - IDAHO
At PpiritLake Every Friday.
In all Its latest branches by
DR. D. F. HOLLISTER,
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pijysioiai) aijd Sur^eoij
IS r Spcclal attention given to Diseases of
Women and Children.
0. W. STONE
Rathdrum and Spirit Lake
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Dr. 0. G. Farnsworth
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•Treats diseases of all domestic
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LITTLE DAN CUPID
By MONA DORR.
(Copyright, 191S, by McClure Newspaper
As Sue T— sank Into one of Mrs.
M— '« comfortable chairs, she heaved a
sigh of relief.
"Cglil But It's great to be out here
away from that dusty city."
"Isn't it nice? Herb and I are fast
becoming mralltes. We love It here."
"You're happy, Belle, aren't you?"
the girl asked pathetically.
"Indeed we are," Belie M— replied.
"And you. dear?"
"As happy as possible," was Sue's
I've tried to become human
"I know, my dear." r
the girl's shoulder, she added :
everything will come right In time.
Sue shook her head,
forgive me for my selfishness."
"You wait and see," was Mrs. U-'s
comforting reply, as Sue went upstairs
to change for dinner.
The next morning at breakfast. Mr.
M— remarked :
"Mrs. B— Is contemplating having
the specialist out to see If there is any
hop«," was the answer.
After breakfast Mrs. M— made a
nice custard to carry to Dan In the af
Mrs. B— wns a pretty, but tlred
Inuking woman, and had a way that
"My I Won't Dan be pleased?"
By tbe way, how I«
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Mrs. M— passed her the delicacy.
"I know who It Is, inuvver," piped
up a little voice from the room beyond.
"It's Mrs. M—."
"Yes, that's Just who It Is, Daniel,
and Just guess what she has brought
you," said his mother.
"Let me see."
"I know, I know !" he cried. "It'«
"Right you are," laughed Mrs. M—,
as she caught him up.
"I am having the specialist out next
week," announced Mrs. B—.
"Oh, my dear!" said Mrs. M—, "I
can only say we all hope for the best;
you know we will assist you In any
Mrs. B— showed her gratefulness by
a simple pressure of the hand.
The following Thursday, as Mrs. M—
and Sue sat knitting in the cozy living
room, the door was thrown open and,
to their surprise, Mrs. B— stepped
"Oh, Miss T— !" she cried,
come to ask a favor. I know you've
done some nursing, and I'd like you to
come over and assist Doctor B—. He's
going to perform the operation.
"Doctor B—, did you say?" exclaim
ed Mrs. M—, ns she glanced appreci
atively at Sue, who, with a white face,
was steadying herself by a chair. Mr«.
Suddenly Sue threw her head up and
announced quietly: "I am glad to go
If my mite may help any."
As Sue entered the chamber Doctor
B— glanced up, and with surprise ex
claimed, "Why, Sue—Miss T—!"
With a smile she returned,
do you do, Doctor B—? I'm assistant
He did not reply, but commenced at
once to get his instruments ready and
to administer the ether.
Though the girl * heart seemed in
her throat, she worked by his side,
never faltering for an instant.
At last the doctor straightened up,
laid down his instruments, and said :
"We have done all that is possible—
and I have every reason to believe It
successful; but time will tell,
he held out his hand and continued:
"You have done wonderfully, and I
can't express my admiration,
wouldn't think you could be
"Not after the remark I made a
short while ago," tue girl replied. "But.
Frank, please don't Judge
harshly. I have learned to see things
The man pressed her hand, and af
ter speaking with Mrs. B— for
ment drew her out to the
need rest and quiet,
next Thursday, for by that time we'll
know how the boy will be."
Thursday dawned clear and beauti
ful, as though to herald good tidings
for poor little Dan.
As Mrs. B— and Sue were busying
about and trying to curb their impa
tience they heard the honk of
The next moment Doctor B— entered
aud, throwing aside his outer
room, the women following closely.
He stepped to the bed and slid the
bandage from the injured limb; the
child gave a shout of Joy.
"Oh, inuvver, mjvver! I'm ail bet
I will be here
went Immediately to Dan's
The doctor quickly slipped the band
Turning ro the
age bock in place,
child's mother, he said:
safe lo say, Mrs. B— , that your boy
Is almost entirely cured, and by
ful attention you should soon have
him out again."
"Thank heaven!" cried Sue fervent
It. Is now
One month later Doctor B— and his
wife Sue, were ensconced In their own
home, with Mrs. B— ns housekeeper
nnd Dan as Sue's own especial charge.
"You may bellev," Sue was saying,
''•hat the old saying, "One should love
one's neighbor's,' is a true statement;
I have learned it to my Joy."
"And to think,'
the deep voice of
the doctor replied, "that we would not
be here tonight, were It not for little
"Little Dan Cupid !" said Sue. laugh
ingly, as he drew her tenderly to him.
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A Paris dispatch says Germany has
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Direct Factory liepreseniives
In the Probate Court in and for the County
of Kootenai. State of Idaho.
In the Matter or the Estate of Silas Miller, I
Deceased. -NOTH E. I
Notice is hereby given that Mike D.-lche if
I 1 às tills any tiled a verilleu petition for an ;
! orderdi rectifiât he administratrix or said
estate to execute and deliver to him a deeu
1 1iV Sü qRi ' Wçs t*Qu iirt• of 8 Eou'>"1^
Quarter (NEU) of Seel Jon Thirty-rour .H
Township l'if I y-rwo (5-1 North K.iiikot io
noise Meridian. Kootenai <oui t \ .
State of Idaho, thence running
angles East Eighty (80i rods, thence at right
angles South Twenty (29) rods, thence at
i ight angles West Eighty (80) rods, thence at
right angles North Twenty (23) rods to place
of beginning containing 10 acres, more or
less, in said section, township and range.
Thatsaid petition alleges an agreement
for purchase or such property between
petitioner and decedent, and requests com
That the hearing of said petition has been
fixed by the Clerk of said court for Monday,
the 18th day of August. 1919, at the hour of
9 o'clock A.M., of said day. at the court-room
of said court at the Court House in the City
of Coeur d'Alene. Kootenai County, Idaho,
and ali persons Interested are notified
then and there appear and tile objections to
granting of such petition, if any they have,
und why the administratrix should not exe
cute and deliver deed as requested.
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about
nine years ago and it cured me of
I flux (dysentery) I had another attack
j of the same complaint some three or
j four years ago and a few doses of this
I remedy cured me. I have recontmend
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Remedy to dozens of people since ]
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Dated July 8, 1919.
M. G. WHITNEY.
Probate Judge and Ex
otlleio Clerk of Probate
Mlles F. Egbers. Atty. for petitioner,-Res.&
P.O. address. Uathdrum, Idaho.
Jul 11,18,25, Aug 1,8.
MRS. It URNS' LETTER
Here is a letter that i9 certain to
prove of interest to people In this
vicinity, as cases of this sort occur in
almost every neighborhood, and
people should know what to do in
Savannah, Mo., Oct. 12, 1916.
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Notice to Creditors.
State of Idaho,
Comity of Kootenai i
I Estate of Silas W. Miller. Deceased
I NOTICE is hereby given by the undersign.
edAdminlstrairlxof the Estate of Silas W.
; Miller, deceased, to the creditors
of. and all persons hav ns claims against
the said deceased, toexhibit them with thiv
Bnk> ItldK-. Uathdrum. Idaho
l(n , saD1 e being the place for the
transaction of the business of said estate in
the County of Kootenai, State of Idaho. '
Dated this 5th day of July, 1910,
MlKI jAEEDA miller,
Estate of Silas W. Miller, deceased.
Miles F. Egbers.
Atty. for Administratrix.
Residence and I'. O. Address
5t—duly 11 to Aug. 8, 1919.
Notice to Creditors ,
STATE OF IDAHO, I ss.
County of Kootenai. |
Estate of Sarah J. Satchwell, deceased.
Notice is hereby given bv the undersigned
Executor of the Estate cf Sarah J. Satch
well, deceased, to the creditors of, and all
persons having claims ugainst the said de
ceased. to exhibit them with the
vouchers, within 10 months after the first
g ubllcation of this notice, to the said
xecutor at his place of business on Main
Street In Town of Katlidrum. Idaho,the san e
being the place for the transaction of the
business of said estate, in the County of
Kootenai, State of Idaho.
Dated, this 8th day of July, 1910.
A. A. BERGES,
of Sarah J.Satchwell,
Mlles F. Egbers
Atty. for Executor,
Res. A P.O.address
Rat lid r um, Idaho.
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