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SANDPOIXT, IDAHO, FRIDAY,
AUGUST 30, 1901.
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nix A. STEINLEIN,
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Sandpoint, - Idaho y
;. O. F. PAGE
'll VSICIAN AND SURGEON
at Toss' Drugstore....
In All of Its Latest Branches by
DR. J. B. BUCHANAN
A. R. SWEET,
Ind* of Repairing Done Promptly
.All Work Guaranteed
For a First-Class
Shave, Hair Gut, Sea
Fcam or Shampoo
tli Rooms in Connection. |£
t and Cold Water, Medical Y
Lake and Vapor Baths
*5S0\S BY MAIL
. BOOKKEEPING.... s
ite tor information to
G. H. DRAIN,
MJ UNIVERSITY BUSINESS GOLLIGI L
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Your Meals at 1 1»«-^
LEXANDEK A SNOW. Prop'rs
! BGCK 01 POSiOlÜCe h
ay and Sandpoint
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li A NU K.
Dainty Ice Cream» %
Sl)I>A OR DISH OF
•o to th
st orncc store. *
' ■ IV. WILSON. Proprietor
n a Full Line of
Confectionery, f ralt, Sta
wry, Cigars, Tobacco
A Record of (lie Week'« Doing«
The board of ex-commissioners
in session here Monday.
Mrs. P. S. Corkins is visiting with
her sister, Mrs. I). E. Danby this
Henry Melderand E. .T. Young are
fixing up and remodeling the old Mel
der house this week.
The case of the state vs. A. C.
vey, for assaulting his wife, was dis
missed for want of prosecution.
Koch Bros, have pitched their phot
tent on the lot east of Etch's livery
stable and are ready for business.
Mrs. Kittie Bilden left for Usk.
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
B. S. \Vood spent Tuesday at Koo
tenai, where his wife has been visit ing
the past two week* with Mrs. Ella
Mrs. J. N. DeCoursey of Marshall,
Wash., came up Sunday to visit her
aunt, Mrs. R. S. MeCrea, returning
Mrs. Nannie Sheffield
Tuesday from a two weeks' visit at
Granite with her mother, Mrs. J. 11.
Mrs. Mulledy and family of Granite
have moved into the building former
ly occupied by the Republican news
Miss Bessie Epperson is visiting
with Miss Florence Dyer for a couple
°f daj s, when she will leaie lor her
home in Missoula, Mont.
Miss Clara White of Clark Fork
W*®®t several days in town this week
the guest of Mae Lavin. She left for
! Spokane Thursday morning.
1 Justice of the Peace \\ ilson lias been
appointed resident agent for the Fire
Association Insurance company and is
now in the field for business.
The K. of P. lodge conferred the
second and third degree upon a candi
date from Athol Tuesday evening.
Lunch was served utter the ceremon
Wash., Thursday morning to
Rosa, Willie and Johnnie Russell
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returned home Saturday lrom the
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St. Joseph orphanage. Spokane, where
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thev have been staying tor a couple ot
Frank Pine was appointed guardian, I
ad litem, of the Brady orphans. Iasi
fruit and confectionary in the build-;
ing to be vacated. j
Horace P. Crandall, who was arrest-!
ed recently, charged with tDo malic-j
ious burning of t imiter, was tried he-1
fore Justice Marsh Tuesday, found j
not guilty and discharged.
Friday, giving Pine the right to con
test the will. The trial is set for
Monday, Sept. 2.
After this week the pnstnffico will
he located in the Rogers building, j
Mrs. Mulledy will put in a stock of
Misses Florence and Mae Wright
and Mrs. R. S. Bragaw. accompanied
the Rathlmne Sisters of Spokane on I
their trip here Thursday.
Wright remained for a few days' visit
with Rathdrum friends.
An impromptu dance was given last
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riday evening m honor of t».e scl,«.
^ proved a very ph^sant
and enjoyable affair to those in at
l0l,dan, '''- . . ,h0 ■ v ;' un » f '**'"
remarked that the girls could imagine
how the boys felt w hen there were not
enough girls to go around. The ladies
outnumbered the gentlemen four to
j A lx >u t 15 or 20 Rathdrumites at- |
tended the base ball game at Coer d'
C. C. Gowdy and J. II. Bliss w ere sue
eroded in the management of the Sil
ver'Blade Saturday. W. A. Logue as
suming personal charge of the paper.
Mr Blissgoes to
he will locate. Rathdrum is sorry to I
M <l8e Jin»
tlie y made ur *°y warui frle,ld * duflng !
Alene Sunday, between tlie Coeur d- '
UiAlene and Post Tails teams. I * ie >'
played for a purse of #->0. Botli nines ;
were plugged with Spokane players, j
1>ust FaIls hnvin * slx and Coeur d '
Alene four. About 1500 is said to have
changed hanfls. The score was 16 to
11 in favor of Coeur d'Alene.
their stay here. They left Tuesday.
School opens here September 9. with
the following corps of teachers: I>.
E. Danby, principal; Clara Sydow, in
primary; Eliza Kerchevai.
Miss Sydow is from Porlhill and suc
ceeds Miss Fitzsimmons. The school
census of this district shows a total
of 230 children of school age—100 boys
and l;io girls.
Laura Reiniger, second
Tile following teachers were here
last Friday t<> take examinations In
school law and state
Thomas Ilydorn, Nora M. Murray,
Priest River; Margaret Hood, Rita
Eaton, Lizzie Ryan, Sadie Ryan, Bon
ners Ferry; (denn Steel, Copeland;
Kerchevai, Rathdrum; Maggie Diehl,
Harrison; Alice Faliev, Burke; Mrs.
Leoniu; Eliza W.
Brazelton, Mullan, and F. G.
Woodworth, Coeur d'Alene.
Thursday afternoon 35
Sisters came up from Spokane in a
special car attached to 54. They
brought their degree team with them,
and in the evening Mrs. C. B. Klopf
was made a member of Syrina temple
of t his place,
its ice cream and cake were served,
and music, singing und dancing helped
to enliven the occasion. The Spokane
visitors returned on the midnight
Dr. Cunningham of Spokane and
Dr. Wenz of this place held a joint
consultation and diagnosed the case
"f Henry Reiniger Wednesday and ar
rived at the conclusion that he had
tumor, and that all hopes for his em
piété recovery must be abandoned.
They were of the opinion that an op
eration would only hasten the end.
tremely doubtful he may hold out for
a long time yet, that depending on
the rapidity of growth of the tumor
and the patient 's general condition.
Reiniger's recovery is ex
There must be something radically
wrong with whoever fixed the dates of
the coming teachers' examination and
the joint teachers' institute, in that
the examination was ordered held at
Rathdrum, commencing August 22
and lasted three days, and the insti
tute is called for the first week in
September at Coeur d'Alene. 'Finis it
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w ill been seen t hat a t rip home and rc
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turn is forced on those who attend
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both. A not her thing, the majority
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ol schools in the eount v are compelled
to postpone their opening from Sep
t( , I)lbel . and to the nth on ;
The follow ing applicants for eertiti
cates were successful at the recent ex
lamination: First grade Miss Bertha
Burrows. Coeur d'Alene; R. C. Eg
Second Grade-—Miss Le
nora Searles, Coeur d'Alene: Miss
na , K> , L McNear, ] !onners Ferry; |
yj isS Xcllie Ham, Hope; Miss E.
ora Clancey, Harrison; Miss Eva
Haines, Spokane; Miss Mabel Bullock,
Miss Jean Wray, Sand point; George
iI. Herrington. Medimont; Miss Ella
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Aliee. ! in.st Rm i. Miss Susan L. Da -1
vis. Co-ur d Alone; Miss Lizzie E.
Sniit h. Spokane Third grade Mi«.* ,
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tiara White, Clark White: Mrs. K.
McDonell, Newport; Miss Mary Ho
), ers ^thoi.
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* he last state legislature of Idaho
;; law :i|l p r<t| , riîl(ilw the sum ,, f
^.-,.020.29 for , he p U r,iose of paying in
debt< , (1ll , SN ^ dlK . for
contracted tor hr the state.
ment was to t « * made out by the state
treasurer and sii|s rintendent of pub
lic instruction and sent to the county
treasurer of each county showing its
provided the districts
hTk h i, .ÏÏÎ' bt€ Tl î <> d| h t ( '| S,a 1 t ' e r r the:
ot i .t. Ii8dfst ^ i( ' t 1« charged
and the clerk declares that the dis
trict dries not owe oae cent to eltlier
tlie state or individual firms. There
<loU lik ^ >
kin d. If the sei. nol district had pur
«'«1 not paid for them,
reasoiiable to supwsie that
the firms or stat« would wait several
?**«?* P rW4Cr >Uhg bills for col
Upon receipt of such
county treasurer must
remit to the state treasurer the
amount alieged to is- due from said
county, charging each district with
] lc amount of its indebtedness against
the fundR nf the district. This would
1« an right,
KOOTENAI COFNTY NEWS ITEMS
Oleaned From Oar Exchange« and Other
A large black bear was killed by Jo
seph Shirtz near Hayden lake last
Tuesday. Bear are reported plentiful
in that locality this year.
Former State Auditor Sinclair took
passage on the steamship Peking,
which left San Francisco last Wednes
day for the Orient. Mr. Sinclair goes
to the Philippines.
At tlie United States land office at
Coeur d'Alene lasj week nine home
stead entries were made, two final
proofs taken, and eight cash entries
undone mineral entry were received.
Hon. Charles M. Webster, the new
collector of customs for the dist rict of
Montana and Idaho, paid hlstirst visit
to the government offices located at
Port Hill and Bonners Ferry last
Paul Corcoran, the Coeur d'Alene
dynamiter, who was recently pardoned
from the state penitentiary, spent sev
eral days witi) his family at Coeur d
Alene last week. They were on their
way to their former home at Burke.
Hon. Edwin Dousl of Bonners Fer
ry, candidate on the republican ticket
for sheriff of this county last fall, has
been tendered the position of superin
intendent of construction of the lloos
ior Boy Gold Mining company's new
A rid) strike is reported to have
been made last week on the "Scout,"
one of the Buckliorn group of claims
in the northern part of the county.
The men at work on t he claim are able
to take out #100 worth of ore per day
The five Chinamen rapt ured In Sand
point last week were to have a hearing
before U. S. Commissioner O'Callag
han at Bonners Ferry last Friday,
and the Herald gave its opinion that
all would receive free transportation
to Hong Kong.
The Herald says there will be con
slderaiile activity in the iiiiilding line
at Bonners Ferry t Dis fall. The fol
are arranging to
build residences at that place: Wil
liam Eaton, N. I'. Williams,
White, il. T. 11 ubbell and G. R. Gray.
D. If. Rudlong, register of the t'.S.
land office at Coeur d'Alene, while
going home from Ills office last Friday
noon, tripped on a loose Uiard in the
sidewalk and fell a distance of about
B> feet, sustaining painful injuries,
The shock rendered him
A scarcity of men to supply labor in I
the.St. Maries section is rcinirted by
the Courier. Over .50 more men could j
find steady work in (lie town of ,st. j
Mechanics as well as lalMirers !
are in demand. Men to work in log-!
ging camps are als«* looked for in
Hpral.l „„ „.at r.
m;u ] e a ( . J( . an . ul) „ ralj<iu) .,
.„j,,!,,* d ,. aJ . M r. Hill is quite weil
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known throughout the county and
numerous friends will rejoice over the !
news of his goisi luck.
me need action in the courts appealing 1
to set aside the recent action of
Attorney S. Mei'arland has
board of county commissioners in di
viding school district No. H, sajs the *
Maries Courier. The appeal Is
made on the ground that the derision I
was an unjust one and del rimental d* i
he best interests of the majority of j
school pat roiis concern* d.
in the family of ( liarles (Vita at Coeur I
d'Alene. The family arrived from !
Wisconsin, and it is thought ,
i-hiiapor. . .
' ' * s ' W1 ° are afflicted
w it ti the disease, were exp»»sed on Hie
way out here. All the persons ex
pt*ed hare been carefully quarantined,
and as the children are rapidly recov
erlng it is thought there is but little
dan if er of tlie disease spreading.
Mrs. E. L. Davies of Spokane, field
worker for the Northwestern Home
ind,n « Aviation, spent several
days in Rathdrum last week organiz
ing a home finder Isard. The organ
ization .was perfeeU'd last Thursday
afternoon and the following officers
were elected: Mrs. R. S. MeCrea.
president; Mrs. A. W. Post, vice pres
Two cases of dlptheria are reportetl j
ident; Mrs, A. Took, treasurer; Mrs.
Holiert Dyer, secretary, and Mrs. il.
<\ Thompson, agent for the paper.
Huy (iano, a 17-year-old lad, who
had been living with his father on
ranch near Moravia, was shot and in
stantly killed by the a evident*! dis
charge of a shot gun which he was
tying while out hunting last Tuesday.
The unfortunate boy's father
near when the fatal accident occured.
Tlie llanos came to Idaho from Ne
braska last winter and settled on a
ranch about two miles above Moravia.
The father and son lived alone, the
mother being dead, and through the
son's death the father is now left en
After spending more than a week
unsuccessfully searching for the whit*'
lish that were put in the lake a few
years ago by the government, S. i\
Wires and liis assistants left for Pend
O'crille Thursday morning on th<*
same mission, says the Coeur d'Alci«*
Press. While here they took and pre
served specimens of all varieties or
tisli found in the lake. Mr. Wires has
been employed under the tisli commis
sioners for a number of years and is
superintendent of the station at Du
luth, Minn. He made soundings at
different points on the lake and the
greatest depth found was about 2 (hi
feet out from East point. The tem
perature of the water at that depth
was 40 degrees, or about 8 degrees
alwve freezing. At depths of from .'0
to 15<) feet the temperature ranged
from 42 to 20 degrees. He nays that,
this lake is admirably adapted to the
propagation of Steolhead trout and
bass, while tin' creeks cmptvtng.int
it arc good placrs for brook trout. Ef
forts will t»e made to stock these
ters with the above varieties of (Eh.
By the following from the. Search
light of last week it would appear that
Harrison is having some unpleasant
experiences with its water com pa m
"it now looks as though the town of
Harrison would lie without tire protec
tion, as Messrs Powell \ Leonard
threaten to shul oiT tin* water from
I lie hydrants unless the town allows
t he hills for water rent that, were n
jeeted al the last trustee, meeting.
The village t rasters met in extra ses
sion lest Monday evening and debated
the question of allowing the hill ot
the Harrison Wal er company for
of water fur lire protection furnished
the town through the different hy
drants. The lii II was finally .rejected
by a vote of t hive to none,
ing of the business men wqscalled last
Wednesday at the office of ,\.
A meet -
Crane for the purpose of discussing
the water situation. A commiUe ot
three was appffnted, consisting <4
R*'v. Hardy, O. 1$. Steward atidJ.il.
Sampson, to confer with the truste
and the Harrison Water *•< un Jiariy in
an effort 1 > adjust disputes regard ing
payment of the water rent of <.V.oo p.
hydrant called for by t he franchis**
äsä ä . ,n ..
thaï all wau-r companies holding
'IT"' 1 ""' «'• u-r j -i - <i villages oi
<*i t les mir I furnish watei p.r I re pi*
tetIon frei h.
lav*, wliieli n:iys
Notice his been received at tie
Coeur d'Ah iic laud office from Con
missioner Ilermaim stating that tl
president of the I nileil States, by ex
tho'eeutive order dated June 21. J!*ol. it,
accordance w it h section
rcviwd sta1 ut es oil b>- I'uiled Slate
and bj virtue of il.e aulh« rit,i tin t«
by given, direct* I that II existii.
boundary line l*etw< n thcCiM-urd
A Ion«* and Lewiston laud districts i
.3 of Ih
the slate of Idulm tie, and it is beret*
-hanged and reestablish*»! as follows:
.Beginning at the isiumiary line In
tween Idaho and W ashingion, at It«
northwest corner of fractional t<«wi
sidj* 42 n*ut li. range d west, Boise M*-:
idlan; thence east along the tmundai
Rue between townshi|j**42aiid 4inort 1«
to the crest of t lie Bitter Itinit mom
tains. Further nolle« of the precis
[line when ibis order will tie carne«
u! r H andrecei vers^at "( <«..rd 'A le!i«
and Lewiston for publication. In a*
con la nee with the above Uegiste
liiidlnnir and Ileeeiver Warner of flu
Coeur d'Alene land office and J. E
West, register of the Lewiston, land
office «ill rm'lTl no m^re filings i
townships 42 north of ranges J
west of the Boise merlclian.
thut date the Lewiston office will re
celve no tilings in townships 43 north
of ranges 1 cust and west.
1, east o.
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