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KOOTENAI COINTV REPUBLICAN
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JniiN I V'-t
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Ofio I■ ,r. 1 ft >
K. iwSilla
T»<> il«i>n will t- clnne-'l •» er. ry .-.
•rv-n tits mix rliclHi (»rl. < I, tua pultl in
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VuYKMHKU 24 , I**
I »ill»A Y
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The ihiors of tin- Ward ne i ballpen
wilt Is* tin-own open and all the men
»tili in emiiinemeiit there arc to is- r<
pMscii hy l>rccmi*r( 1 , hut will he
kepi In Ignorance as to the charges
which kept lie-in In pris* -nall »niniimr.
Comment Is unnecesaary.
S**iMtor Jotin W. I»aniels"f Virginia,
I, gr- ill < 1 i-iiii* rat, sals. "I m'-c him li
I» mi raguiei 1 1 t*i democrats in the rrnut
«•leetloltk.
tie' r<*sull ut II»* recent cli-ctlons art
nliiewl universal among I lie h ading
item'« rati' journals in tie- east.
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I.lke t»*ssillll»l ie View» iit
In Kentucky tin* ilenioi-nit» still
emit time their »trcniioim elforl» I"
rotllil l*nel>el In. I>ut wilt' no cliance
for »11 ' cess witlimu throwing out
rrai ii ion »nod ,"(••» . ,e t for Taylor,
repuhiicaii candid.it*- for governor.
They III.II succeed, hull heir corrupt
practice* will make Ut,- state republi
can in P**», and will have an omlnouN
vleel Oil de.tms rat II- success ill Millie
I'Uiri siai*—.
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Hulcis says that Hi** silver repuiill
ran f..r..s are
Hum ever, and w III sweep tile count I'J
with tient» sTatle aid m iissi. in thin
connection 11 will Is- recall d llial Ibis
mine prophetic mind in !*(*> predlclctl
l»Mt 'It Ktnl- y would not poll l.'si votes
in Idahe, \»a |M>lli|cal prognosticator
1 Mi hois I» a 'tainp, dai «, dismal faillir.-,
au I only makes hluuu-lf ridiculous hy
Ktati-meiit.s alnurd, and yet i-'slilv*-.
Kreditu* make* us tired.
lug. si ronger
unswc
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After reading Marl Patrie'* letter
. sent to the stiver republican commlt
l<-em*'U of Mir state, In which Hie Idea
of disisiiHlliig Is Miiggesb-d, and Marl
I It Mtii-hilr's Interview In the .S|s,ki *
iiun-ll<-\lew which, as a matter of
Course, followed a day or two luter, one
1
U forixsl to the conclusion i hat Hart- j
|ett'* crowning eltort in the direction
of burning proclamation« has resulted
pno-htlndng himself etiief of the sllver|
republican disorganization in Idaho,
und Um* scattering trllial remnants
must tieliceforth dance to the imtsleof
Hh* smiting Shoshone county tyruul.
Some o|h* should break this news
gent ly to Johnny.
A lki|M* dcspMteh of (lie litt Ii says:
' Sen Hor Slmup has returned from
Knluion. On tin* subject of ilie forest
reserve» width has tssm all rind lug so
much attention throughout Hie north -1
rrn iitwl eentr.il (sirts of the slate, lie
say» he tut* rietet tuliieri (lie |*illcy lie
will pursue. He wifi oppose the créa,
lion of any icre reserves embracing
agricultural lands and will endeavor
to secure Mm* segregation of such laiuls
H it hin live limits of reserves already
Is lit out. lie says *| will opisine any
lUUtn tending In He up any of (lie ag |
rli ulTurw* laisl» "f the state. We want
tliat Und settled up ami Improved.'
Tls> wistrir made a careful Investiga
Moll of this sidd- t during a recent
:
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trip through the m.tthen. part of tho
•Utr,
t
*'.*«iiarljr" Menu tia* Improved to tiie
fullest nlritt the optNirtuuity mag 1
IMIiimotMl) extend.*) b> us lo vent les
■q'lcvii and wv are ghui to liave ts en|
Urn me»its of relieving the monster of
• load Wblvli must hate Is-conu- very
uppresftlvr to Ittium-lf and extremely
ttaxMrnMitg t*» thiate w lot are so un*
fortunately situât.»! a» to In* forced I
Into contact with him during tiie j
After I tax log succeeded Mi
f «air
nt>)e»-t, we tiave "lily to add tliat -v it
at**« Mtoup's rx««'fd as a public servant
Ik in o*-»» I of n*. th-fcttM and would cer
tainty »u(t"r lit Me » im ctmipttrcd with
Itfwr «if .VsAt's lien»»,
aayluma art* overflowing with
ntaniacw w)t*> Imagine evrrvls«ly t « > Is*
f'sds and * 1 " it. t hesitate to
Mtents. It.«.
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* sprlls.
rduitrahly In the »Uainmeiit
,
•■\U*s tlml
III* «IM k
Tu Us» »Im kis. w tliat U * cuunty
n-tmiiiwl 'ix-r. pnx. thahv cxluxusted
Itar maximum amount nf (*r dtem aT
k*wed ttvem f*«r the year by drawing
pay ln advance lwfx*re Ms* etsl . f Uie
•anast quarter, aisl wlm aUo
ber Us- kuptreus* court declxmn of last
kpriug which rentiers void u»r salary
Uw •*» fir i» llw O'liuuivki
rvuH'tii
nwrm arv'
cxMMsrrtied. th* following item taken
frvjttl Huf October pr-» *-«»bng» of Mur
board will ap{» ar rattier strange - \
«. Mawai, salary and experw as nun.
ly cxanmisatois r, 3 rd quarter, lAxt"
Thla U repowVkd in tie* case of tiie
« 4 h*r two iiK-uilN-rx M". UortL But
tlila la a genuiun "refor tu" adiuintstra.
U**». and taxpayers tar» n., right to
•ak tmtwrtlnrnt questions before u»*
Ippcxrxav of um famous
■artif ' at Us- »ml of th** year.
"tUtr
liartU-tt Slir-liiir hm> s 1 hat •v-crctury
nf Sial*- l'alric'.s return t*« Un- repub
lican party will have no influence on
the silver republican Ktrcngth, as•
Patrie Is but little known "iitsuie of fl_
bis home i'oiinty. In l**!'l Mart J'atrie
was prominent enough to Is- stab
chairman of MieTepubllcsin party anrl !
Itls gallan» effort» during i tu- campaign
of t liât year, anil which eontr! buttai so |
mueli to the splendid republican vie -1 th<n
tory that year, marie Mr. Patrie'» name ha'I
familiar throughout the state. Anri the
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at this tim*- Mnclair was scarcely .
know h outside ..f IV/iiiit rs ferry pr- -
einet, and not ovr favorably known
there. If condition* were reversed)
arid Mr. l'atrie'* recent letter suggest -1
ed leaving I he republican party to join ; fact
ht-ro, !
; iv-i
Hu- silver republicans, what a
what a man of great Influence wit It j
Urn people of Idaho Mart Patrie would j
Is In the estimation of such dri vllng
idiots as Sinclair. l*i give us a rent.
I the
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I'.arth i t !
oohnii* »now svikimi. i.irnm
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lull ft Stift« V.
i«t* lti«' 4 >rdc*i from Stningn
>r Mr it In rubllr l-tfr.
WASH I M/n »N, Nov. 21 . Col. I>. i
It. ileiiih-rson's iiead has not
turned
'•rig** that lie is to till the exalted 1*1- j
si I Ion of s|»-ak'-r of the hulls ■ during a |
congre*.» wldi'li promises to is- on»- of
I In* most import.mi for many years.
II»* lias engaged tile same quartern in
Washington for himself and family
I lint they have occupied for sonn
years. » »wing to ids a'-'uirat" know!
'-'Ig- "f the .-arial,miles or all the old
Mi'-nits-rs. Col. Henderson will have
no dirtlculty In making the Important
commit Ice aMSigllluentH of the house.
There are reasons for Hie belief ih.it
even a little *.ii by the know! I 1 '
in
I
ing
a
j the
li.^k
Henderson know»
all
i"d
sinn
was
tue
1
'-w e|| inges w ill I». 10 id.' io I |„. *-V,:*I
umimhlps, as ( 'o|.
t liât sueli men », » 'anuon
cliairmanor
for
tin »omnilttee on appropriai ions, and
HIM
chalrrnnu
'f I III- '-"lllMlil I.'ll
foreign atfairs, liavc b. cunie titled ie
I li**lr long exjs'i letice |o d
work Ilian te w ni> ti could possibly d".
II is predicted hy those who ought to
have pretty good id. as on tin- subject
llial liiere w ii! Ik- ui"ie changes in the
eoiitllilltee on banking and curn-nev ■
better
than In any one of the Importaut emn- ;
. ..id chau ni... thatr*.^
conitull t»*<* W alk-1 or 'hissachu.H' l Is .
was not a e.tndhlale for reelect Ion I
the present lioUse. Thai Is the ... j r
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mit lee which will report the lludnclu! i
tilll whh Ii II Is brllrved the house will ' s,al
pwi early In the eoinihtf session.
j Ills
; will
his
President M'-Kinlei Is anxious to go
to Nashville to part Id pate In I lie wt I
come to Hu- Tenner
ssee volunteers, w I o
were the last to leave the Philippines.
||e ileslr.-s to show his appréciai ion of,
their conduct in leaving the transport
g
aft'-r iiavlng emiiarked for home, t
return to the lighting line.
If 1 1 *- can
get his tncshagl to congress compl'-ted
I'V tllllt time, lie will prolialdy go to|
Naslivllle on the 27 th Inst.
The loss of t lie cm!*
which was wrecked on an uiieliarted
coral reef oiT Hie eoasi or Luzon,
Hie direct result of |h« cureless man- j
r t'liarlrston,
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: lier In VV lilt'll flic S|M!ll.s!| (III » \ |\.
- t lilliKC.
j «ilH|H>ti» l|
; lut \c h »MirriM t
\s WHUI IIS tilt 1 i ivsmi im| il ill Is
!
f the navy departiii'-nt will j i(
•f Philippine
waters made, so as to avoid sueli a el
hail
dents in the future. In fact, t he llcn
nlugton has ls-en eng ig.-d In the w rk
"f making a correct hart
I waters for some tline,
much regret at Mn* lossof tin* Charte»
ton, every Is sly rejoices that none of
her brave crew were lost or Injured In
the wreck.
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f th.»,,
\\ Idle there is
' t
I hv navy departmrnt 1 m «*nns:il rip/
! a U> lui v-• i\w U«!Ip» of flu»
1 «4 Uks liftltlvMhlp Miilix» !»n»u/hi ,
fri(|11 ,, rtVllII:l K „ v W ,. M
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of
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t rivd in Yr)iiik r ti>n cpimMt ry, w iili ay.
propriaf«» it ivmonlcs
•harn t» r, on Mir I »M» <»f rn«\t K»»h
»r
national
a
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l*.rv, whi.-h will Is* the annlversarv , f
., ,. ....
Um* blowing U|> the Maine in Havana
imrts.r. Tin
ru- '
f
' N
wlio arc pushing (la*
succ«*ed, not only
' In getting tiie 1 » »I!*'» Interred in Ar
I lingtoii «vmetcr.v, but tn getting eon.
gross, to provide a fine monument f. r
j them.
t.- iicr.il Mill's* annual re(s>rt, w hich
I» short and formal, led. rate» Id»
suggestion c X pec( t.
f'»r
rc omiiienditlon that tin* »ireiiglh of
the regular army Is* lu». | on M»e |sij*.
ulallonof the isaint rv one soldu-r t"
, V, rv l>»»> InhatUtants.
Rc.s-n! i x»N*rlm«nt» with wireless
telegraphy having »ts.vvu thu shits,
W miles ajsxrt euuid atvuralely
ttiunlcale with e t -h "Hier In Uie
"f the Marvsail svsl.-m s. , r, iarv I. >og
nmv a»k eoivgrc**. to pr*ivU 1 >< fnr the
-»pupping of a iiiiiuleri.f mu warsiilps
witli Marvs.nl tn»Mvimeun. t« n q
in no nu-ans certain I,,-w id do ».
tiie same reason tliat pr« v. nt*-«i to.
war deiJtxrtuient doing »mi»ih
M arwuil w hell h*- w »» ill \\ »»hn gloo
tin vaiidd * of his
mat can-- «»•' retarv i..>og to
cave tie* matter alone fnr the pr -mi.
Jweiviar.x U »>1 had to laugii wlien
Iw* read t t*e
un
»
VHIII».
mit'
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Vx
v» with
vv
UhOflirfftitttV an (
VOS.XI iottal si Itetnei.t
Mutt Mils government was ». rv tug to m.
mgotUle with Vgomakta, Id, m- . "
to t*trtwivt r> «l i>f th*"
forwarding. »I Ms« rvqm »t of tie g,,«
eminent of sisvin, .
'•em*rai «Ml*, dlrvs-ting him t*«
to Aguitiatal*«, tf
age was a vie ma nd for hunxane ttv.it
lux-Qt of the Sixiulsh prt»i
\gutluido » UaisN. *u«t ii w *
"f a III' svlge t' vl:
x *" 1 * '«
l III* Ult V».
» Vsll.ie.
■»
utiers tu
»* ace, nt
panled by a isHittewlion tliat tills gov
would l»« 4 v 1 tiie Filiphc« to t
»iriet aexxuiiiiabtltty for am mistnsit
m. nt of prisoners. , it her sjsunarvi» r
\mencana, and, a» in.* mam- ».»of m»
•wn flntsli must is* aptktrenl lo li!>,t
Agulnaldo I» likely to he,d it. if it, .t,
ts* gotten I« him.
t'rtun«iu
fl_
The New York World, an anti-ari
minist ration new-paper, giv*-» an an*
alysi.s of the national political sltua
th<n m show that if the last election
ha'I l**'*n foi president t his would is
the result:
e
H FROM OUR EXCHANGES H
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Hunt* U A New l»»ue.
Elect
Stuns
1 he World direct» attention to the
fact t hat Mr. McKinley s electoral tnu
Jorlty in 18 i#f was P. 7 , and that, there
K"üul*n*'fto
•»■rail«*
iv-i
K:
I!«'pub!tr;in majority
l£J
f«»rc, I he net republican gain In three
yarn has Im-.-ii 28 . •In order to earn
the election next year,
'.Vorld. "Mr. iiryan must hold ail the
Ml VS 1 hi
dem<M*rata hav* carried in the
I leetioua and gain »12 more electoral
vot-s.
last
'I lies.delusions are so ce
p-lit that they move the anti-ailminls
■! ration journal to ask In despair:
"Where are they t tu* »,2 votes) toeoun
frf'in *i»i tin- Issues upon w hich I he
n b aten three y ais
1 ' :lr,; ' ,las r,,,w ''
in sueeession'r"
Willi illness the World head» this
IM'ssiuiistic suumian of a dishearten
ing stab of things with Hie question,
"Where Is He Hope*" w hielt Is null
unottu-r way of asking "what » tie
11 is lm|.sililc t>. giw- an no
>\V'*r that will i> sati.sfa' fori- to tin
World.
If that U'-wspapi-rcan not see
a way out of lh predicament in w hich
the -l<■ii»«.»# raiic party find.*, iisolf, it i ,
li.^k i I L*
much of republican* to
The
»chcn.es within
all of which gave promise of
ri'inoeraci has tried many
the Iasi few mont h»,
Hiicet**
»holt tllhe, blit til' ll Willieied
away and died.
i"d only I" confusion, i lie
sinn plan only to despair,
was ».*. 1 i is 1 1 by chasing I lu
tue pursuit of criminal aggression in
1 oc Philippin' 1 ended in a scramble to
eovt-r.
for
The ant i-irust pian
ant i-expan
N"t a point
el opus, a oil
However, hope ».prltigs
eternal in
,ltl, " aM l,l ' , ' a » 1 ' aM ' 1 n "' 'icinoi-raev
thatr*.^ n»'t-abatidoa Itself to tlesp
as Ii ,ioss.-s.es ,uch a lal-nt -d o
! :U*
j r
sue-mak -r as
•rlcss Nchraskan
» "ionei ill-van.
may yet recover
other southern
The
Kentucky and the
i
s,al " s 1 ,lal ,l!m ' strav,,, l Dorn the fold.
Success to I Ids ext ent will not assure
j Ills el--ctliin ln Il» 0 <i, hill t he hupe of it
; will give him
his
k r «» on willi
and i 11
i*ou niffo
contlmimis performance,
'"' w »lin'dIons of tin* day as Hie
m->.v »lemand them,
I ' rider
these clrcumKlan'-es he may hit the
right Issue y -t. Who knows?
g ' I nier » iccan.
( Iri'-a
j
MiivIiik tin' ('»Hiiitry Vi;nln.
riu ! wist on Tribune, the organ of
saun»
Maim (It'inocrarv, i> taking the
mad to gel away from lie silvercoi p.se
that the salt Lake Tribune travels.
The Lewiston organ, in a recent
1 inri.il, coinphieent Iv
*di- !
;
annnunceH tliat.
rth* silver <|ucstion, without
regard ,
essential merits, has nogr--:il
at this time," and It ml Is, "The '
! people will n d care to ehauge tin*
standard :».» long as money is easy and
time.» are go
j i(
, 1 " ' l ' lul i» t lie w ay the j
Luke Tribune talks, and It begin*
I" liHik as though there was a race nu |
i" i» o -ilv.-r republic*«»» md sllv ,
»h'moETnt * to ticloriniue which « an «•»» t
g .1 . ^
Ihi' farthest asui> from silver U*f«»tv
' t h«'
«»f Uh»
hr\l
«'ampaiyfEi. «
nrc.lhs
,
' Oil Will li"t ice tliat the SI I l i
ne piping a very different lav tins fall
from that which llu-y piped lu I lie fall i
of 'tkt
T'lir vvhojp fmnlcn nf t lu*ir k
I tivn was, nnt him:
aKsnlutuly notfitnf
p.m save tho
•»miiirv from |/<>ing in
***? T\ fr '*'* »'«i
unli mt te I i
'
■"inagi* of silv. rat the rali"
f !'• Io I w llhi'llt I lie
'•"lisent of any
"thci lull'll in t ld»or any ot her world,
N i -vv they h -II us that silver d
■Sll't
mucl» eit lier way, and the
tiling tod" to save the mtiutrv i» i
vll "imperialism" and wli
amutmt t«i
P P 1 M Up
.iMwoil Tribune.
f'»r Afciuinahh*.
i
now rc.i led that
h''M vvc rtvp! ilpniiH*rath' pntutiuMU
un tin' la to t'lfrtlons. Mu'
fortvti
inclusion is
M|H*n us that d tu,» u Y lu»
stage In It» do
rvih.-r |i rcgarvlk anything
» "fl of IP r aiit:l lilaimn ..» glorious
victor«. Exchange,
n
war«
♦ arc
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t*«!W Ml
Âiri'i. h»
>njr C'i
iriH art al\
Vx H
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n..>
'•»«Uof (lx rv
vv h«v
Ä rxi
M, H«
I»UW*
Tht % fttvinnj»uh>In*:
ir* N "Y!*'r lia n ?
|u«»!aM*>n fr nt
f Veukt% M
nth evide.lM- fi: the fi d VV M-* I'l'-Ii.
m. r ., ..
. " r *« « n- (» » » i» l !..
notablet ,,t.,t ((„• ini
' fib.r *'f Ma
i
Ihn
s vi-rn- r of anv st ;|
vl: t
Is either a
ible niivnrti
-r t«li
ad minist rati >n
us and rotten Mutt he
' »' -'.ut- d In Ms*;
'- G A Res,.
■» ». *
perut"
knows it
subjects of Ins is
M ont.,
H vilT
:
hwtrr.istfr Uçtton
Kt? uf
•lass st
iorvii Avflffvi
ii NiinUi P.* !
t*v tin
•mo
CP 0,1
N;|.
«>f niftKlvrs j
Udii< nifti CtHIVVU»
ii ist wtvk.
X
fs : ,
•i
hiol) hH«i tfs v ii !
ton in Wa»:
unt nt >laii lfni»dl*-*l.
Ai.
Tite r<-|sirl sent to the department : ~
i at Iris office for .*'» days, as required by
!al order. sii--.'.s that HI pound»
S JK.M
and â ounces «»f J<*tt'*rs original«*»! al
é
i
t he i.flicc. of w hielt 1 IÔ JmUllris and 8
ounces n. re forward -.-I by rail. S**e
ond-clafs mat.t<-r t*. the exteni of 22 !»
ottn-es was rec.-iv. -I at ! 4
*rt|ce. of winch 172 pounds and 1 .'
'l ie- malt< r.
free in the county ran up to Hu pounds 1
and .i mini !'2 pound» and ti numv.~. ! (
being sent out by train. Third and
four) h-elass mat ter to the amount «.I
;:7 jaainds and Id ounces, and official i
mail to tite amount of 1 »! pounds anrl j
7 ounces came to the otlirc, all of
which was dispatched. Only i pound
and 7 oune.-sof foreign mail origin« H d
at the ottlce. 'J'lu- equipment of sacks,
et-.-., used to handle ipi» quantity of ft
mail weighed »Hi pounds, making a
total weight of I<»i 4 pounds and in
ounces. The t*,tal weight of mail
matter delivered to trains was looö
pounds. The incoming mail handled
here is fully four times as much in
weight as I lie outgoing.
and I"
;i<
the
lUnci s was forw arded.
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1'l.snt SellliiK anil Frnlt ltnlsluiv.
Apropos of systems of stiawberry
culture, h com-spoudeut of Hardening
remarks: Above all. do not allow the |
ninui rs to set too tlilek In the row,
unless you are la the plant business.
Plant selling and fruit raising Is not,
ns a rule, a desirable combination. :
Every spring we sell a few thousand
plants from our narrow matted rows—
dug along the edges—but it is done
more ns au aecom modal Ion to the
neighbors than a money making
selieme. Every time a plant Is dug
from siieli rows wo feel that just so j
much fruit Is being taken up, besides ; {
Injuring the adjoining plant roots *
more or less. Whether the price ob- |
tallied from tills weeding out process ' "
offsets the loss and injury Is a ques
tion In our minds, with a big letter (J. j
It Is the writer's humide opinion lliat -
Hie operation comes more properly i
under Hie heading o f charily than
fl mince.
:

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All the strnnd'-d a<*tor wants Is a
show.
A lawsuit Is the proper court dress
for nn attorney.
The picture of health Is often a gen- ;
nine work of art.
lie who rules with a rod of Iron
should select a malleable one.
mu hi.
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1 ILIAS ST T M MON S— IN THE
I ^ t rid Court. First JudicialH
i of t lie State of Idaho, in and ft
[ County of Kootenai,
r Hal tie T. Davis, plaintiff,
) • l '^;' rso " l{ - l: -' Ia y ix defe . n %
[1 I he Mate of Idaho to Jeffers
R. Davis, tlK-aliove-nameddeW
' Y ou are hereby notified, asyot
been notified, tliat there is no* :
in the oflice of the Clerk of tH
triel Court of the First Judicii
triet of said State, in Rat®
County of K'siti nai. theCoiBM
the above-named plaintiff.
judgment is sought tliat ttioiffi)
!>• nveeii plaintiif and defend®
j dissolved, and a divorce deer»
j cniding to the statute in sufl
made and provided, and plaintiff
that t lie custody of the ini non
Nancy Azelia Davis, be adjiw
plaintiit', and plaintiff praysa
era! relief. ;
The grounds on which slid ju«
and decree are claimed is thatjj
ant for more t ha11 one year pri" r j
suit, disregarding the siileiunitfj
marriage vows, willfully an<i*j
cause, and without plaintiff's^
eserted and abandoned I'lain'i
still continues so to desert anM
on the plaintiff and to lives«
and apart from lier without W
■ ieut cause, or any reason and *»
I her consent. J
And you are als > notified tb*H
you appear and answer to
pliiint within ten days aft*'** !l
vie. hereof, if served within M
e»*i:ot v, and w ithin twenty fl
serv *d <mt of said county, h«:]
tlie »aid Judicial District, anjjl
forty days, if served out of
triet. exclusive "f the day o*fl
the pla ntiff will apply t" thr'fl
the rc::.-f d( matided in said
Given un»lt-r my bandfl
si ill of the DistrictAfl
isFxt.j tiie First Judicial
the State of Idaho. t*fl
the County »ff »N- «Me»!
27 ih davi'f ( >ct"her. A-*]
JNO. C. CALLAH AN- 3
Hy A. < 3
t'lus. L. H'-itniati. plaintiff
0 27 hi
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every Ut* r at*» Sunday »t
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Î- m. Midweek st-rvicc
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day iu ib? month al 1C 3 a-in.
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