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_ REPORT.
XNPKpK\DKN'T. VV'KKK I V.
J. M. WQL 9 ERT, Editor.
Subscription $1, 50 per Year
Kriltraa in the Pontofltce at Cottonwood
Idaho, ax Sefond~'' 1 ami matter.
FRÜM>y. MARCH
I 901 .
Look out for The Puaiiuf; Cituon
0 j.k in the near future—next-week
if the new material arrives in'time,
Tint Ctinn.vii j.i: Will la an up to :
date paper in every respect. •
Carnegie is making quite a rum
her of literary gifts lately. We
wonder what it mean#, Is he really ,
eo philantrophic, or has he some :
ul er, or object in bringing humel
before the people in this manner? |
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With this issue of the Report our
itOflJll niMIDl (TOmoni urwl oumnr.
editorial management and owner
ship of the same couses. We auk
nil who are indebted on subscrip
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non or ad**, to promptly call on :
Rüsten icy er & Wimer and settle up ■
Il V t':i via nr <y t !■ i 1 1 nisi sju \ 11 en L
by cash or good notes. AH sub
soiiplions and the advertisements
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1 or the month of March are due i
the new management,
J. M. Wouikut
Why doesn't someone bring in
severe] cords of wood and have
them in town to sell? We noticed
« number of people inquiring for
wood this week and there was none
to be had for love or money- Why,
even ye editor had to nay a man
cash for wood, when we ought to
have been able to get it on #ub
»cription, upd' we have made up
our mind that this state of affairs
must be remedied. .Just think of
itj A newspaper man paying cash
for wood! •
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Cold cash as. well us enthusiasm
is needed to enable the chamber of
commerce to attract eastern Wash- j
inf ton's share of homeseekers to
The inland Empire. The two great
wants of this' country are mme
people and more capital. Themen
who are now coming West are
(•ringing the money in their pock :
ets: that's the very combination of ;
more capital which is of the most
value to Spokane —Chronicle.
Our needg and ideas exautly, Mr.
Chronicle Man,
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"I do not violate any confidence
when 1 state," Baid David B. Hill
at a St, Patrick's Day banquet in
New York c ity, ''that in an inter
view which I had in Washington
last September with ex President
Harrison, one of our greatest law
vers and statesmen, whose recent
death the country is now lament
ing, discussed some constitutional
question not now necessa(r to men
tion, and a reference having Lean
made to the South African »trug
g le he suddenly turned to me, and
with much feeling and impressive-',
ness, said; "Governot Hill, 1 am
an American and mv sympathies
are with the Roers. I nun not h„l„
are with the Boers. I can not help
it."
"It was nnjmpromptu expression
<>f patriotic, sentiment, crtgiitable
alike, to his head and his heart,
which I shall always remember."
STATE NEWS.
The Blue Jacket mine is now
sinking on the 8<X).foot level with
^25 values.
The Clearwater county bill has j
not yet been acted upon. The time i
limit ends tomorrow.
. An expert Mr. Dabney, of Spo- !
kane. is now in Lewiston looking ■
pver his oon 1 pan y 's newly acquired !
oil fields.
Grungeville has nominated the
following trustees for the ensuing 1
term: Geo. K Reed, Dr. S. E. Bib j
by, R B. Sherwin and \V, W. 1
Brown.
A hold Up occurred last 1'need a y
near White Bird. The victims
wére Clyde White and Frank »Smith.
They were robbed of #1(»U by three
unknown highwaymen. •
■Col. Dan ford, of Lewiston, has
engaged the services of Jack Ham
mond and will install him as fore
man over the development work
about to commence on the Idaho
Chief group on Salmon river.
rite 10 year old son of W. K
McCready, of ' t. Idaho, accident
ally shot himself with a rifle last
Tuesday. He was climbing over a
fence when the gun caught some
where and exploded, the bullet en
téring his abdomen His recovery
is despaired of.
The Review of Saturday morn
ing contains a long article declar
ing that the "Rev. Chus. McLean,"
who is in rqiokane, claiming to be
the healer "Schlatter," is a rank
fraud. The Review bases its judg
ment ou the fact tlmt the gentle
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"Schlutter" denis-v.
Lewiston, Ma ich JH —The Com
mcicial club elected the following
oilier* at the annua] election to
night; President, E, t{. Libby; vice
preside» U, ]ï. 1*. Dorris and .1. \V,
Poe; treasurer, George H Kester;
governing board. A. H
C. Beach, O. A Kjos, 1
land and ß, F- Morris
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Alford. R.
I,. Ale Far»
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Bradley,' Francis M
l)avid Notman .
The leases are gi
Moscow. March IP.—»Leases for
lands above Palotise to the amount
of 1050 acres for nil .ration
havt- been sent to Auditor Larson
for record by. the lessee, K. M. New
comb, who is reported to he acting
for Spokane men,
the parties leasing are Albert
Howell, F. 0. McLaw, Albert L'<>!
burn, J. H. Herreld. Edmund
Adair and
given for two years
hut the work of exploration must
be begun within one year. Even
if it a <1 i c. v vm.i,,. in •»-> ».»I,. ... 2.
if no discovery is made within two
yea's of the lease, it can beoontin
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50 cent«, nn acre to the owner, Jf
oil, yaw, ooal, artesian water or
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ued ono year upon the payment of
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minerals be discovered (he lease
providfes that the owner shall be
utttv I»ic DWUI.M kllill) lie
given 10 per cent of the product of
the well or works. The leases pro
vide for » continuance for 50 years
if mineral is found
Plats of the amended dellnito lo
cation of the Camas Prairie exten
sion of the Northern Pacific have
been received at the land office,
having been approved at the gen
eral land office. The plat shows
the line to be eighteen and one-half
milou !n ln,M,*L ___ x*
The end of the survey is
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1H0I.—Tribune
miles in length, extending from
Stites to the mquth of Three Mile
creek, thence up said creek to the
prairie. The end of the survey
in section ( J, township 30 north, 8
east, at a point one and one-half
miles from Orangeville and two
miles northeast of Alt, Idaho, on
the land of M, Cambridge. The
map shows that in securing the
grade a loop of seven miles is
made to gain a half mile and a
second loop of two and one half
miles to gain a half mile is made.
The prairie level is reached at a
point near the reservation line.
The plat was approved February
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j Farmers are making preparation
; for their first crop of the 20th <hr
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j Clearwater is having some verj
uice weather at present.
1 he health of our town and
i vicinity is very good,
County surveyor, H. H. Pogue,
has moved from here toGr.ingeville
to reside.
There was preaching here last
Saturday and Sunday by Rev. C.
K. Chase.
Come to the Clearwater if you
want to live in a good lively wide
awake town.
Farmers sometimes in planning
work for the season do not make
nufficien UEw T*"
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lay. The safe plan is to hedge u
gainst such contingencies bv com
mencing early and keepingsteaditv
at it as long us conditions will per
mit. and beginning again as soon
us you can.
Gar town and coin inanity i
right good health now, no" in
oust»- sick about here.
It the farm is getting too rich tu raise
small grain, rent it. That will fix it in
short order.
A niiinls'i- of Clearwater hovs have
gone into the poultry business. *
'«'joying
danger
I he average woman who is a w ife
and mother, tvtth a home to take j
care of, cannot engage tn profitable ;
wnr ; Hiitetr o of hm- l»,».»...... hi ,
work outside of her home without
detriment to her domestic inter
ests. If she attempts it either the
machinery of the home itselt. the
wisest training of her child or chil
dren. or her own menj.nl growth or
physical strength will suffer. There
are exceptions, but superlatively
clever women arc rare -about as
rare as superlatively clever men._
Edward Bok. in the March Ladies
Home Journal.
Remarkable Cure of Rheumatism.
from Vindicator, Rutherford tou. X. 0.
The editor of the Vindicator has
had occasion to test the efficacy of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice
with the most remarkable results
in each case. First, with rheum«
tism in the right shoulder from
which he suffered exerutinting
pain for ten days, which was re
lieyed with two applications of
Pain Balm, ruhhhigAhe partsaiflie
t** 1 "«J realizing instant benefit
and entire relief in if very short
time. Second, in rheumatism in
thigh joint, almost prostrating him
with severe pain, which was ie
lieved by two applications, rubbing
with the liniment on retiring at
night, and getting up free from j
puiu. For sale by all druggists.
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The convict mutinv at l.eaverp
wortlj, Kansas, has heu» » up pres
sed.
Malf_ studeiti* iiqmhenny JîfîU
and ■>•>I Women students were ar
rested last I'qesday ip St. Peters
I l,ur S. Bussia, for riot.
General Rotioi ha» refused to a o
cept the British terms of peace grid
negotiations between the two pow
ork * 1ave uaoin bee» l.roken off.
The situation in China is grrw
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ing more critical every day and it
is not amjss to look lor war between
tho powers there in the near future.
Kansas City to St. Paul
. ----.. for 'lues
days. March HI and "d and April 5)
and ï< i,
Transports containing troops for
Manila will leave San Francisco as
follows: Hancock, March Jj5; Bn,
ford, April 1 j lvilpatriok, April 5 ;'
Logan, April 15. i
A snow storm raged over nearly
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I toe entire Missouri valley the earlv
part of the week, taking itj the
5,^,,, u »■„■»
! tending tlit time for ratifying thé
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states of Iowa, Nebraska, South
Dakota Wyoming and Kansas.
"By the first of next June Daw
son City will be connected with the
outside world by direct télégraphié
communication and that eity of
the mines will be a truly modern
community with all the advantages
of the twentieth century," says 1.
J, Hartman, post muster of Dawson
City. (
It is expected that a protocol ex
reciprocity treaty between ~ the
United States anil the Argentine
Republic will lie signed at an early
i»^ a V- I hi" 1 treaty was one of those
pending before the senate when it
adjourned. The period for ratift
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If the view of the administra,
tion is supported by the, next con
gress, the présidant will obtain dis
cretionary authority to acquire
either the Nicaragua or the Pana
ma canal route. Or, this account
the stock of the Panama canal has j
riWPI't Uinno ihn >i(linosn...Ani ... _ '
risen since the adjournment of eon
gress. Several prominent members
of t.he senate foreign relations com
mittee cordially favor the idea of j
empowering the president to choose j
the route he thinks the more ad- j
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vantagaoue, although the bill which
(Missed the house and was .pending
before the senate during the last
session provided for the adoption
of the Nicaragua project.
During the consideration by the
senate, of the act providing for the
administrai! n of the Philjpines the
amendments requiring United
Ktates officials in the islands to
take an oath to support the uonsti
tution of the United States and
that such officials in their public
acts shall lie subject to the eonsti
tution, as far as applicable, were
[.voted down the mini majority.
Similar amendments designed to se
cure! he Filipinos from the arbifarv
ucts of officials uppOT.ted as their
rulers and to assure the natives of
personal and political rights that
their rulers could not disregard,
were also defeated. Under tha law !
as it now stands the Filipino pen
pie have no rights whatever of per
son. property nr civil conditions j
except, such as the appointees of the j
president may see fit to accord them. I
Boise, March 111.— Governor
Hunt again used his veto liberally
today. It fell on four measures.
One of these was a bill to amend
thé charter of the Boise independ- !
ent school district. The governor
holds the measure unconstitutional 1
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r . 0 t embraced in the original cnart
j er- His contention is that. Oierp
; can be no amendment of a speei
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special (irivileges j
te original chart
j charter excepting such as are in
j harmony with the general law of
the state. Other bills killed were:
A bill amending tlie charter of
Lewiston enlarging the powers of
the police magistrate; the phar
macy measure and the bill giving
incorporated towns the power to
bond for a greater percentage of
their assessed valuation. The bill
giving larger powers to trustees of
incorporated towns was signed.
(«t. Paul, Alareh IB.—-For the
first time since the hoineseekers'
excursions began in February the j »
first day's movement of the week
necessitated the sending out of all
the coast trains in two sections.
All four trains were Rilled and fhe
late trains today brought enough
passengers west bound to insure
two sections, if not three, for each
of the Northern Pacific and Great
Northern trains tomorrow.
Today e west hound hoineseekers
travel was above the standard.
The trains carried about 1000 home
seekers, a majority of them being
destined for Washington.
Advices received tonight indi
cate that at least four extra trains
will be* required to carry off tumor
row morning's accumulation of in- i ,,f
tending settlers. ,
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On Tuesday next the railroads
anticipate an unhimally It .
movement, owing to the specjalh
low rates in effect on that date from
the south and east. ''If would not j
surprise me," said a passenger offi
cial yesterday, (- if it would ho ne
cessary to provide transportation
facilities for 5000 persons in tho
next week's movement- A good
clea 1 will depend upon the weather,
hut the season of spring in ?4»t ap
proach' ng and the hoipeseekers are
impatient to gpt into (he west
Low rates will bring out many
travelers who have waited for them |
and a great rush will result."- S 11 |
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Are enjoyed by scores of ranch
er« and miners, They makegi r-.
i don homes here for their fami
lies because of the excellent
schools, churches, mild and !
healthful climate, good roads ;
ttio year round, near neighbors, i
social advantages, pure cheap
water, and all the rest that go
to make life worth living. The
fine gardens and orchards and
poultry on the two to ten-acre ;
tracts make a good living for
the families, The ranchers and ■
miners keep up their business
on the hills and in the moun
tains and make their money j
there. Is this plan of living
worth voqr investigation?
" rite a postal card for our |
new illustrated pamphlet, Or, ;
better, come and see for vour» !
self,
i LEWISTON WATER AND POWER
COMPANY.
! Clarkston W'n. Lewiston Idaho,
! I)upertinent of the Interior, Land Office
j at Lewiston, Idaho, March J4, [illtl,
j Notice is hereby given that the follow.
! ing named settler has filed notice of his
I intention to make final proof in support
, of hjs claim, and that said proof will be
■ made before James DeHavcn, S,
! Commissioner, at Orangeville, Idaho,
j on April 27th, IWfi, viz:
JOHN K, KIND ALL, '
j f ()r the Lots 18, 1!),' 20, *211, 80. :i| ami 82
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See 17, Tp, 32 N, II, 2 K„ B. M.
He names the following witnesses to j
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of sgid land, via: Todd
j E! JloWt^n, Raujamin' T williger
j Barney J, ütubhers and George Terhua
j ail of Li-eenci-eek, Idaho.
mai-l5u27 J. B, WEST, Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Departmunt of the Interior, Igiml Office
at Lewiston, Idaho, Maivfl 7. IDOL
Notice is hereby given that the tollow
ing named settler has filed notice of hjs
intention to make final proof in sujiport
1 of his claim, and that said proof wjli I«
[ made before VV, \Y. Hammel!, at Lewts
j tun, Idaho, on April 28, 1901, viz:
JOHN H. DAY,
for the N'E NJ3v 4 , Sec. 30, AY 1 .. NAY',
See 29, Tp 88 X, U 1 AY, B, M,
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous resilience upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Joseph
Kauffman, John G, Downs, Sehnvlor
J, Adel ns and George Barker, all of
Morrow. Idaho,
marl.Vail) J, Hi AYEST, Register.
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Department of tfieliiterior, Land Office
at Lewiston. Idaho, Mardi <», moi.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of Ids claim, and that said proof will he
made More AY, AV. Hamtnell. at Lewis
ton, Idaho, on Apiil 28 , 28, Bull viz ■
SCHUYLER J. AIMAIS,
for the Lots 21, 22, 38, 24, 2 ( 1 , 27 and 28
See 5, Tp 32 N, K 1 AV, B M.
He names the following witnetses to
prove ■ in's continuous residence m K m
and cultivation of said land, viz: Joseph
Kuuttman, John G. Downs, Joseph II
Hay and George Barker, all of Morrow
Idaho.
murl3u 19 J. Bl AYEST, Register.
VOTiCK FOR PUBLICATION,
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Department of the Interior, Land Office
at Lewiston. Idaho, March 18 (<I 0 (.
Notice is hereby given that the follow- !
iug named settler has tiled Motive of his j
intention to inukt* iiiuil proof in support !
of his claim, and that said proof will lie
made BeforeJas. DeHavcn, f. S. Com. ;
missioner, at Grungeville, Idaho, on !
April 27th, IDU1, viz :
GEORGE TKRHAAK,
for the Lots l.-i. Hi. 17 and Is. See. 80,
and Lots !l. Hi, 11 and 12, Sec "f Tn T'
N, R 2 K, B M. * "j
He names as witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and eultiva- i
licit of said land, viz: John E. Kii:
dall, Harvey AA'.Miller, Junius H. Kink,
of Greenereek, and Benjamin Herding,'
of Ferdinand, Idaho.
inar!5a2(i J. B. AYEST, Register. |
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Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, )
February 28, J9t)l.f
Notiee is hereby given tlmt the follow- I.
ing-named settler has filed notice of his 1
intention to make final proof in support?'
of his claim, and that said proof will lie 1
made liefore Jas. DeHavcn, U. S. Com- i
missioner. at Grangevilie, Idaho, on
April 18. 1901, viz:
EDMUND SONNEN,
for the lots 1. 2 I*», ll>. See. 24, Tp 82 N,
R 1 E; lots 7,8 9. 10, See. HI, Tp 8,2 N ;
R. 2 E. li. M.
He names the follow ing witnesses to ■
(irovb his continuous residence upon and I
cultivation of said land, viz
Ben Teruillegur, Burney J. Stub bers, I i
Joseph Hotfman and Nicholas Adhems, |
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Begister.
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J, T, TITUS, Proprietor,
f'tUTyiiia U, H. Mail, Express and ihtsxengarg to all Way
BETWEEN ÇÔTTûNWGüD AND LEWISTON.
£J|F*Ltfl v ee Cottonwood every Monday, Wedntedav and
morning at fi o'clock j returning on alternate days. ■ .»
Special attention given to the carrying of pas- ngere, expre >
and parcel delivery. All business will receive p: mpt attention
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TIB BUTTS «t PARKINS, - — - Proprie
MAXrKAt'TUljKHS OK
HIGH GRADE SHINGLES
Will deliver to any point on ÇAMAF PRAJ.RIÎ5 or the reserv
Correspondence Solicited,
Kippen, t i Idah
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Mtinnfaoturor of and Healer in
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J have the very liest rough dimension, rough boxing and rough
fencing to be had. I Jo not cull, I can
saw timbers front
IO TO »O FEKT IN" LUNQT
Mill ïmile south of Keuterville. Idaho
DUMBER
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ot' rough lumber, usual
kept in a mill-yard, an
will SAW to ORDER an
and all RILLS orderet
LUMBER
ALL ORDERS left with A. 11. ROOK
M ILL RECEIVE PROMPT AT TENTH
KETTERVlLl
IDAHO
A. 1». TEF FT,
Mill, 1! Miles West of Keuterville.
WANTED !
Kelieble man for Manager if Branch
Office we wish to open in this vn inity,
1 If your rccoril is O. K. here is an op
j portunitv. Kindly give good reference
when writing,
The A. T. MORRIS Wholesale House
CINCINNATI. OHIO,
Illustrated Catalogue, 4 ets. Stamps
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jOTTONAVOOD
BREWERY
SALOON.
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MAN!'FACTt T RERs OF THE
FAMOUS Cottonwood BEER
And dealete in the very
Best brands of WINES,
W HISKIES and Cigars
: a m.l. ASSORTMENT OK WINKS / NO
; ''"H'hK* SL'ITABI.K KOK KAM1I.V
I'SK WILL BE ALWAYS ON HANJ>
Edinburg Brand, Pure White
AA hiskev. BEER hv the kee
QUART or SINGLE J > R I N K '
COTTONWOOD. IDAHO.
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An Honest Medicine for La Grippe
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lat « tne manufacitirers of an honest
merlii-ine " P'..- . 1 .. i ...
George W. AVaitt,of South Gar«.,
ner, Me., says: "I have bad the
worst cough, cold, chills unhlgrip
and have taken lots of trash «1 pö
account hut profit to the vendor
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
the only thing that bus «bine \,„ v
ttood whatever I have us-,1 0 „c
bottle of ,t and the chilis, cold and
e. 1 congratu
iiiedioi,,»'' r,„ ;,S '$ *î, i
gists. ë
grip have all left. me.
FOR SALE
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REAL ESTATE
AGEN
CHOICE
IN THE GREAT CAMAS
!• ARM ING and 8 T ti c K -
RAISIN') COUNTRY. We
Have some Choice Bargains
that it wiljjmy you to inves
tigate. Write for purticu
l:tr * " r e«U the office of
WOLBERT A- BLTIi
COTTON AYOOD, ID AHO.
WILLOW CREHI
housr
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1 W-Ivt Miles from Cotton
«"od. on the-road to
Lewiston.
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Best accommodations For M
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MORROW, - _ _
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