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Mrs. M. !). V\ right lies very .11 at,
)jr. r home in S|K>k#iue.
Vr«> Item of Interest Compiled For the Ben
efit of Busy Readers.
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Mrs. D. F. Hollister has lx on quite |
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. C. j
Shoup died and was buried Tues- , !l
hi the past week or ten days.
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day.
Misses Katie and Mae Larin were
vUitintf i tv Spokane a number of day»
this week.
The Woodmen's ball on February
yth St. Valentine's day—don't for
get it.
Christopher Loan of Post Falls was
transacting business in Katlidrum 1
Wednesday.
Chas. Lefavre a former Tînt lylrum
t jte. now residing at Kellogg, Idaho, is
I visiting friends in town.
Chas. ftreen of State Line, who has
Ivf-n ill for some time past, is now on
the road to secovery.
Justice of the I'eace Marsh has Ix-eu
under the weather this week. He is j
Littering from a lame littek.
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Five thousand bricks to exchange s
'or seasoned wood, either stove lengths ;
>r regular cord wood. Enquire of Joe I
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j. (1. Walker and (feo. Abbott, two!
prominent Atholites. were transacting
[business iu town tiiis week.
of
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I'oirier.
Jerry Line, who is tvivv established
In the saloon business at Hranite, was
slinking hands willi ltathdrum triends
Wednesday.

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Miss Ella Sparks nccnmpanierl Mrs. l A
,'ost to Medical Lake Monday and
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to
St.
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Experts to return home with that lady | p
he first of next week.
J. M. liradleyaud Frank Courtwuy,
wo of the leading business men of
jaiidpoint, were in Ifathdrum on bus
tess the lirst of the week.
Mrs. C. L. Wakefield and Mrs. J. V.
"arris of Endicott, Wash., are the!
nests of Mr. .tad' Mrs. (.'. VV. Shoup
his week. Mrs. Farris is a niece of i
lr. Shoup.
Mrs. .1. F. Yost and lu-r son Leon
rJ went to MedicaJ Lake Monday on
visit to Mrs. Yost 's sister. Mrs. IÎ. S.
food. They expect to return home
lie first of next week.
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Mrs. A. ('. Morrison, who has been
u|i[iing with her son, who owns a
attle ranch near Grardte, took
r train at Hat lid rum this morning v,,
Santa barbant. California, where
on
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|e expects to spend the balance of
le winter.
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We have been requested to announce
tat the new Catholic church will be
boned on the llith of February. A
t'lher announcement of the dedica
Mi ceremonies will appear in The
[•publican in due season.
all
Miss Lottie Walker is now prepared
instructions upon both the | h
ixs of six which is making good prog- w
ss. As a teacher of music Miss
iilker is highly recommended by :
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She already has a
anii and organ.
ref. Tcichert of Spokane.
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VV. VV. Stoddard and wife have
oved into their new home, the resi- j t«
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tnce lately owned and occupied by j
r. and Mrs. J. C. Mavis. The latter
tv,- been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. |
Wüster during the week. They ex- ]
bet to leave for Hope Monday. Mr. 1
Lis having purchased a residence
[d barber shop at that place.
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Wl at Hope th& past two months j
the employ of the Northern Pacific. ;
rived in town Sunday, and while'
aitiug further orders from the com
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antes Mitchell, who has been sta
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Iny he is enjoying himself visiting
tli friends in Rathdrum. Jim «lot's
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' know as yet where he is to Ik
»tinned.
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• V. VVhitenacks and Mrs. .leneatte ■
Williams, both of Athol,
were |
ibd in marriage Wednesday eve
*¥ at- the First Methodist church in
okane by the Rev. P. A. Cool. The
Me and groom are two well known !
ti highly respected residents of
The Republican joins its
1 rs in extending hearty congratu-1
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to,:, to the happy couple.
'f. and Mrs. Ferbrace of Bonners
fry rejoice in tlie arriva! of a son
their home, says the Herald. I>r.
f kcT, the attending physician, re
fts t!>;,t tlie child was lorn at mid
tlit. Mec. 31. therefore when tin
FSrowsup he will not know to a
pain'y w hat dav to celebrate for l> ; s
It lidar,
r ' Ins tiirth, nor even the century
phieh lie was born.
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;!1 d visiting you. or oil on a trip, or
f neighborhotKl news, tell us ard
»ill consider you a friend of Tl e!
Chilean. XVbile we cannot hope to|
newsy local paper »Hl
its. we ixtn make The Republican
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lo read a
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Wucn better. We want the best,
n *^t and latest news poing. Give
n item or two each week.
Chinook winds which set in latt 1
Saturday raised
t rattle «fst of hero.
witu railway •
1 ho tirst result
was the wrecking of No. west bound
passenger, at a trestle near North Va- the
kinia.
cain
It was a very fortunat
only six persons being in
jured and none seriously. The smoker
and tourist coaches went through the
trestle anfl t!|l . oUjor c
. however.
t
Aiftcnes were 1 .
I'his vvf • k ha
road result-:
more or less damaged.
| and other damage t<> the
ing from the sudden thaw delayed the
j oa!rt bound passenger several hours for
, !l !cw days,
•lohn f.'ogan. th;
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of
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or
a
• ll.uiser merchant
was quite sever, lv
a runaway
accident in town yesterday afternoon
He was on the wa'y from the homo of
Father INireell up town, and when he
arrived at the railroad
ail(1 Postmaster.
bruised about the head iu
1
crossing
the Ihtthdrum Mercantile couipau.v's
warehouse, tho team, which was fnm, !
Cleland's livery stable, started !
The sudden lurch of the buggy threw
Mr. Cogan out ti|H >ii llic ground. He'
struck upon the right, side of his face
and head and was pretty badly bruised. ;
The buggy received a broken tongue .'
and a few other minor damages. Tin
near
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will
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tiiev -vki: skkki.no ti. unf it i.vmjs
Castprii iumliermen Are Visiting ThU
Section.
j A party of five prominent timber
j men from Kenton. Mich., arrived in ;
s !>"katie on Thursday and will make bill.
; *bi s their headquarters for several >*x
I ,-ursions int0 ml,lvin ^ r sections to in- tmt
I sped timber limits. The »wrsnimel ing
ill
of the party is E. VV. Hiiss, E. l'riii
die, .1. L. Stambangh, A. H. Kroll and
: J. A. Mahuson. The first four of
tlioso are connected with the S;>arr<*\v- >*iy.
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i Kroll Lumber company,
l A ,. Ul(ir KroU bl>in ;,
lanagt-r of sup
and
: man-lievicw. Their first trip will i>e
to Albany, Ore., whither
started yesterday afternoon to inspect ,
red fir properties. Returning to Spo-:
kane they will set out for the Clear-j
water to take a look at the famous ,
white pine lands, after which they
will go fart her north to locate suita
ble stretches of white pirn* along the
St. Maries river and iu the Santa dis
! trict.
back to Michigan except Mr. Kroll,
who will remain in the interests
plies, Stamhaugh a foren.au. liliss and the
| p r i 11( |ie under officials, says theSiK>k»s
they hut
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All of the party will then g t , • ries
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tiie Sparrow-K roll c*< mi pa ny f<»t three
months to make a thoro.\fg*li investira- N ^
tion of Idaho timber conditions and of no
the limits through tin* Panhandle.
The result of the search for timber
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will largely he the consummate.. a j
v,, ry extensive deal by the big Kenton
company. Bliss and Friudle came mit j u,e
on their own account, intending to ing
make a private venture, and Mahuson
is aiso here on a personal timber in- ; t,,
vestment.
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a Spokesman- A
Art hur Kroll said t
Review
1 half
was
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"The headquar
ters of the Sparrow-Kroll Lumber
company are located at Kenton, and
all their camps are situated within a
small radius of the town. The
reporter:
| h as been and is stiil employing over;
-too men, but our limit around Kenton ;
w i 11 lie exhausted in a few years, and
tJie once unlimited stretches of tint-;
: her in northern Michigan are ahn »!
! pone. Seeing that we would hav *to
find a tir*M west, 1 have been sent out !
j t« prospect for the company, and if
1 arrangements can be made we shall r>-
nmve our operations to some point in
j
| the northwest, a white pine
] preferred. (j
1 -U is not likely that the company
«'»> attempt to do any cutting out ^
With the failure of the areas in 11
the east this industry with us will V}
j cease, but we shall avail ourselves o:
j S0]ne u f t |,e splendid opportunities for
; .speculation."
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Tin* S«*rr«*t of Hi* Mi«-«-»
Governor Leslie M. Shaw of hw, is
He began lif» 1
a very praet irai man.
;lt the bottom of the ladder and has
climbed as nearly to the top as most

Thirty-one years ago. wlienC'
he left tile Verm ,lit
i, Iowa,
- Ii is na
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men.
| years of age.
farm of his father awl went t
determined never again tose,
five hone- until he had won
! measure of success. Seven years lab r
he was practicing law' in penisnn.
score of years later he was joint pp
prietor and prise! to of two l»;it ks
oaning busine-s.
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and interested in a
the record of which was but me f- ; -
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closed mort gag*-.
The govern' «r s ont ran
I ties was brilliant.
! brought forward three works
, j the convention, and 1»- was nonnn»
Ion the fourth ballot over a ti id of 1-■
into ; ■
His name w
tieio'

candidates.
There is one story
ernor delights to tel) when >-alk<
to speak to young l*eop!e. for it is it
dicative of tlie policy which has i l.ar
»•'teriicfl hissucc «* in life.
While he was in the banking bus
lie had o vasPm to hire ait avsisf
A business man in
re •omm- tjde.i a
wliicii til-- g o
upon
if
a
e! an a( fj 0 ining town
to| yo , n(k , uian arKl wrote a str ng js-rs. ■ j
al letter in his behalf.
signature was the following:
..p s. - He plays in the band."
The young man did not get the p
ness
ant bookkeeper.
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But bei "W ti.*
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sit ion.
A few days later, when the fut is e
met bis friend, he »ait
1 ? ivernor
• "Wliy did you write that pcs'cr : pt 1 .-"
What did you moan hv it?''
the ivniv.

"I v\ as afraid you'd kip*
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him,"
was
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■'Voit ean d
hur one
tiling at
t
time," eoiKvuih-s t h»* Ç»
St. fry.
man who has
••Toe
H* '« »: tn<i hasn't i *u *
a iirst-class U .. »'• k at in a
t inn* to play in t
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Any adult suffering fr-, q. • ■■
hrml -I,it is.
f any nature, who
Hathdi'um pharmacy,
w ill be presente.! wit h a sal,sole b.. 1 1.
of lioschce's Her;!'.,n
clia rge. ( )nl> on • bail
person and none t-* chi
older iroin parents.
No t ' i r.,,i r i . Inn- r ; ev e- had
's t.e
id SC! -
t hroai
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or lung troubles
a ili cat! at tho
if
Syrup, free of
e given to one
Mivn without
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. i.i n!! parts <*f ti,.- < * i \ i i ï ; <i
'I'wenty years ..lilit ns of lx»ti!i-»
; Wt-iv «nvü ;iw.-r\, and V..Ü1' •{* U'-TL'isi v .
will t-dl you its su -
it is really tile only threat : r. l
«•medy generally end>.r--d b\ j.ij, sie
ht ns. One 75 c-.-n bottle will e-u-e or
. prove its \ due. S I»v d -aler-* in :ll
I civili/."iI count ries.
! 1 >et (Jreen's pri, ■ Almnnae.
s marvelous
'eSS Wll
Vniix iiill l',ivt
X dispatch fr in Wa- liingli.n under
date of i lie is, h sit
oVlis-K tins «-vei-ing tl. • senate dually ■
; disposed of t!.-- :>.-m.v
bill. The t.; a - or.- la , he rigiuate-l
tmt upon its m- .g-, but ;| • n ag
ing to the sen u , .um
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before C,
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ill the senate, t he
lied ip - I ion was
iiev
were agreed *•-. kilo.:;. Widi-- party
ones w,-,- - draw -, . i.a-a.-.iin- four
ileinoernts vo!< d -r it. S*-t t! .-•> l.iod
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A ik e rmiiie,
amend the »»ill so to prm i«l-- against
■f liquor in the Philippines,
and to nroliibj i the I report at hm . >f -.m
kind of iu!--\ie;.-its into ii-.e ;-!• K
,
, sleeper
the sale
hut it was defeated.
\ sioopAr is one»
is that in which a sl.-cpcr —
sifvus. A niffper is f » i ; 11 **n nnîücIï Uh
sh'epcr runs iivrr win!»» the Mc,*p"r
si tv ns. Tlurcfmv, while tin* si- - «»•
sleeps in the sieeii-T. I he st • • n»*r • *.m r
• ries t h-- sb- -p.-r -o r ih- m ■ i outil
•arries t he ,>U-eo-r.
the sleeper, which
j uni i>s Urn sleet):*r an»i
V.ai * >
r in î le* sh «-per b\ sir,
N ^ oc 'i* < ' r uli ^ er '•
king the
there is
no lonpr :.n "! H '' 'h 1 o^ r in',
sleepei on the siccpcT. ■ X\ * I i » i \*r
i 'l'im-s.
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j u,e Colville
ing the
present
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II«- Kre
have* lilt'd « i lan*N on
Persons wh«
rt'vîvc may escape* pny
r am* rv iuireii hy the
i. •*> j
law s.
sp*rial -telegram
A
SpokoMuan-Iicview
the
says:
i --Kcpresent-o in-.loii.-s' bill | mviilhig
A n
the tree horn-steads
public
lan'ls for .net uni -1 Ars i'i the nurtl,
1 half of tli" < olviile lmliiiii reservation
was reported i nlay from lie |■ 1 11 :li
i lands e-eiiHiiit
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without amend lent."
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