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crsonal business in town Baldwin, proprietor of the jote! bar. is in Spokane on Lillet t left for Spokane night, expecting to return Whitaker, who is now our the peace, made a business; ithdrum Thursday. I j \ L F. Order for scholarshii ».•stern Business college oi ; Apply at i is is. office. : ntler cams up from Spokane to spend the week lié' h is!n* ss it;s here. Lyle, with Mark F. Jones e vT aue. sp-.-nt several days tuning pianos i :id 01 - »P ! • , I , ■ ; i'.vn of Moscow, a prorni-! beHiian in that section, sdav to confer with John A. as : 1 dies'Aid Society will meet iidenro of Mrs. E. A. Randall All ladies hrsday afternoon, [ally invited. L Humbird, president of the 0 Lumber Company left here pay morning for British Co Lints on business. nimbird Lumber Company is kune excavating done for an p to their celler south of the lie establishment. Bertha Huey, teacher of the liutc grade in our public hts visiting friends in Ihitb kd Spokane the first of this ; ! only of Oscar 'J ravis arrived ; il id rum Monday and are now ; ib! y installed in the new home j Mr. Travis last week on Sec •t. Foss, traveling salesman for > ibird Lumber Company, who I at work for the company irai weeks, went on the road pday morning. plid Silas Travis built a wood us this week, and we are now I in subscription to the Repub-, .»arly and avoid the rush, ' tn receive a limited supply («ne i t tention of surveyors is di an advertisement appearing which ! e in this issue, in oyor general of Idaho calls ! osais to execute public sur * j j Carlton of Ronneas Ferry, j id appraiser, passed through ?sday on his way to the south-j of the county where he will some school sections in the of Rellgpive. Flor de Hamilton cigars. a4 Dyer was in town yesterday ess connected with the re p for irsoft'ne White Swan, an acknow'edjr-s a pleasant ! he gentleman. A Caverly The Farrell ; |ge was called to Se'.le's camp of this v.-ek to at te id a man injured by :t log roiling over ' : rs. Ko iKines w'i - hi ten die ; and after | Riggs lias been absent in the country the past 10 day ; pur beef cat th for the Star mar i is reported he was taken H h rheumatism while there, is iDAii him for several days '■X was badly bruis 'd, man's name could not be n 1 Mrs. J. S ni Li r returned AA T edue: viay r i a i hree day s' vi it. t i s P'r. MnUii's t e mit il t heir iainh.y will re- j new home is r occupancy, inst a l of in a* tlu-y had intend* d. A Dis r'tuin paently dclaye i ;1 4 '. L. Heilman < f Rathdmm i he ci.» Saturday and again legal matters Flor de Hainilt* n cigars. jjl tending t lliirabird Lumber '.'ompany. i Iman has been nxn'd. n-'d f**r à i i m of nat iutial reuul*li*-au Senator Shoup. erman. vice ; Stilt * eteuii's 1er ! will de A Hi;., •t the !.. - >. M„ !'> Una: <f the! Itiblic 1( un es!.». ai i ihe : ic-s r.t the kje Invite . • ; A s : nr -icai; r d is i'i follow j Aliiei; a ii rary e i w H! b arc. relic I. I» Hush, a well known timlier raan from the vicinity of was here on personal business Tues day. Kootenai. He experts soon to build a home for his family in V.iud point. ho that bis children may have better school port unities than are offered where they no.v reside. up* '•Cost liest hf*T*ai:> ^ f ' ori Havana cigars, at Baldwin'-. at Ituri ls-st. l'otiee de urda 1 . night and Sunday I morning this *tion was visited by j t he first at t he s< ■ . Sll st<>! ; h : The auliful" dis as fast as i tfUiiind and v. h r, the to;in ended the ■ d almost pe: ! *•(! <»n ! •S.'i i\v was x ne. Siri'e then v.e have y of lvgular full ruin. | MiV'ke i-'lor de Hu m 1! ton cigars. ! hi a * r»-. P ; ■ • i ;m*mc ., clos d on iieercint i f «.earlet • among!. ei-iiiwit -n. ■ f.-v« r ;t as no new cas,-s I have developed during th<- week and , th" old ones are muni» all fullv r< ■ •ov 'ered.it is ex pec ter! that s-!:o .! will, : re-open Monday, although no oil r to 1 that effect, has b • mi mad - bv the school Imard. Mrs. Twav is having a one-story building erected alongside tin* barber simp on her property on s. coud street, • Contractor Oleson doing the work. We understand that tlie new build ing. which will be l*x22, is to !>■• rx cupied by W. F. Spring r for a bar!* t shop, and that Mrs. Twav will start a bakery in the building now occupied by Mr. Springer. ; : . Andrew Christensen, the well known pioneer business man of Seneagnot *en. was a caller at the Republican office this afternoon to renew his sub crip tiun. He reports everything pn.sy-r oils in his section and says that new ! settlers continue t< occupy va *ant ; lands, which are rapidly disappearing, ; a colony of ]<» families from Mich j j s expected in that locality in a d.ivs. . . : n »V Ike Rover of Helena spent a couple M r. I toy» r is somewhat int- rested in the growth of Sand point and is gtvatly pleased at the evidences of prosperity. M r. Royer owns what is known as the Dishman ranch, which adjoins the town on the west and part of which > 0 r days in town thi s week. I he hopes soon ** i,n •''■andpoint. cently made some extensive improye ' ments on his property. to form into an addi ?! r. Royer lias rc Smoke Flor de Hamilton cigars. a 4 ! Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Craves, acconi ! p an ietl by Addrew Christensen, j r ived in town from Seneaguoteen this ar j morning. The aged couple will leave j tomorrow noon for Applet» n. W'is., ; where they expect to spend the win ter visiting their children, who are : grown up and reside in that vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Graves have resided near Seneaguoteen nearly 1Ü years, and are taking a well earned vacation, They expect to return to Idaho next sjiring. To remove a troublesom' corn or bun: n: First soak tl.ecorn or bunion in warm water to s» n it. ; pare it down as closely as ! without drawing tIn blood ami ap ; ;i j then possible ; ply ( Inimlv-rLiin's !' in L;. ; twi daily, rubbing vigor*msly for .i\e min A corn ' utes at each applic plaster sh ild be w orn for a r days to protect it from ill • shoe. As : gen ! *r sprains. ; lameness .ad rheumatism. Fain Balm H uiiequ:;! ai. For su ■. bv C. i . F druggist. >U. | Tim proposed hall will he of good and two stories high, the first st ry to be a place fur pubii- m '-tings a- ! the second to b.» arranged fur a on; n cil chamtxr. and perhaps offices f r |»he city officials. It L n* vv in ord.-r f *r soni^ < f «>ur enît rpr.sinç t^wnsit* 1 men to otier a suitable site for the oral 1. murent mises. n The building of a city ball is now j ixqng agitated and it is ex,- ■; 1 tie* txiard of truste tion on the matter in the n*ai futur*-, t ike defini: ■ ac **N W|i i public building. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Marsh *>f Daw i **"• N - v> '- T ;; "G T ^ f pl Sin "' f r,K ^ a ^ Tiny are on the way to their joli home at R-rhcstcr. >. A., where spend the wint* r Mrs.'Marsh «. -ot »• * sunro-r w Hi her b.us'oand a» Imw m. Mr. Ma: h !v interested in i exi ' to quite ■ At":, and i. lerprisi . ; K;** alike minin. ! , x | r o,j, .•.ict s iroin that inuu. ■ if uggets wllieh lie*'.. pe trv in tb*' s:• u ad t > They er * o. ! Saclp dot .1.-quaint inrrs th Mvrray ...nily. .;:* :. are r p *rted wli-li was quarau authorities last V ?. * >f : j ' ;f > ' 1 " ' 1 ■*. lined by the c —N WET WEATHER:.. M KAN'S WET EEET CD Unless you buy RUBEERS and RUBBER BOOTS. 1'r-av Nute t'r- Ibices Wlilch AV • «U;-* on Mich Articles: Men's Fine G-rade Rubbers Rubber Boots, $3.00 up. o, 50c up. Boys' Rubber Boots, from $1.75 up. | ;5 latMes, hisses end GDhlrsn D.y 6cods Department G i V» e h i Vc .< ft I - ne ' i..ti . *>'. N .eh '.s lit BRER Ik :< 'Ts. .i..,t the 'I bin. i t! Î » hiî'.ï for Wet I 1 u ..-L. l'épar! m-nt is ruU <»f NVwiiio's of 1 i o riotimts. The lurk Outings and Flannel- Ctt s are going befolt* the vV O i là VV> !! on. Weather. Fanev Finis! Our Ladies' Ibr.pr -■ ).< r Three Hue'si \ go at . New Flannel Waists, Latest Style and Color. High T ,p. .. *2 <«> \A > have an Ellegunt Line of Dress Braids and Trimmings n >w un the way. A!v- New Kelts, Rib lions am! F; n -y <d•liars. Misses' and Children 'k Over.slioes, sa. ae ( t '11 :iIit\ and Kind. STORM UI RBERS. SANDALS, ARC TICS and Button OVERSHOES, them. They sellât tirât sight. Come and see Velvet If I by Ribbon, all color#, 10 j arsis for AV. • Men's All Wool Sweaters 1 toys Fancy All Wool Sweaters. si 00 to ... 1 2~> Men's All Wool shirts, from hl 2~> up. 00 : >!••( all's Patterns, none higher than I'm-. Remember <»ur prie, sure Bedrock and are Lu wer !; than the Lowest. DrassifiOKing, Rerr.cöeiing. of cuitino cud Filling. 9 3 E b jj 1 TvvO 2-lb. Gr ; ns Pumpkin for 25 Cer.fs J . b I Headquarters for Teas. Cof ees, Dried Fruits, Etc. Breakfast Foods of All Kinds. None Better. * - ! I DA I K ) C. D. GÏITKTl', SA NDPOl NT, vs ck. One of th A s-' cas s is rcp-irted quite serious that is. I lie patient shows -viden of b jng atllii ted with lb- real thing, and is not getting off as easily as some cases h-wetofore re ported. The case of A. R. Sweet, our jeweler, can scarcely tie call-d small* jiox. 1* is reported that lie luia fully recovered, althoguli th- quarantine lias not yet t>een declared off from the building which he <x- upies. the J. A. Carnegie of Kootenai called at Republican <ttice Wednesday morning. Mr Carnegie expressixl some dissatisfaction over the manner in which the quarantine at Selle'» camp is enforced. Instead of yellow ' flags or conspicuous signs. Mr. Carne-, gie says that only smaii typcwrltu-«. J notices have b-n lasted along the' r ads leading to the infected camp. anil owing to the obscurity of thesi the put • is afforded small protec ; : l ' ,,n " 11 a "'ant of the quarantine. The • • .: 1 1 y auth- rlth-s are to !>i,. n f r, ftl< -' s im signs or yellow flags were Mii-plied b> them win n the quar antine ..as estât. Pshcd. and we al yl • ■ M < ■ rn wit ii . ■: i. n# \ u »I Surpr • *• for l-uJi. H. AVid. >d.iy *! : ga! just t.s Lakesid* lamp N . 2TÜ.;, it. N. A., wasaiout to I .se. I he lad s sur !>: IS. il t . I -j-e : it camp No. 71îi, M. AV. f ii it* into LythiatF i.all !* sied m.-.v i w i: ts »• a k- - -. «•(••. Tlie gfii l":ncn bid idaii • l a |'.• as a ut surprif f r tin* k.d s and sue- j •e -d *d admirably. I'o • ..Ot.teub» <if the tiaskets acre quitkiv arranged ujkmi tables and atl in* joined in doing justice to a spr* i fit fur a king. Aft t the ba dancing was indui. -d in. md when n lt . ,-vening'» enj- .me nr as ended the ladies were quit • v. dbug to admit . that mlien M ( > ip. > of this nature their 4 jentl**n^n fi. rds were - !!*■• II 1 >ers * -f !|et was over ; *; t te equal t the e n *rg->n C O'llnit■; I.rt f* Til-- ilu nbird laimtK-ri c.ipany has AV. J'.oiisoii. tile k* >wn bout builder .»t U-**'.ir d' Alene, fora large s earn t- g to c-t alwnit s' .ou r l i e lu X w i d !*e -2 f-•' in t!1 o, »-. i!li a let a eoiitr ict t > |*. w • 1 s feet ■ long. supplied g draft, and will t • r wiihaTxl- t. Sc*t<-h n iri tigf-i; b :P-r ; ad t v*i 10xK2 f H .it en gim bur ■- ; ow -r. The t will t>- i lie J.irgi-st on t! * w te •• uf North* rn Id uioai d willt«- n. f.,r m rvi*. • 'm Lake l'end • mi ;*• in oiling !'»gs : i the c *m , ' y mill. Mr. .1 >hu«on is t<> 1* gin mi; >• : <n of the new boat here imined lately. 'Em. Vit , - M.JI . -j. .-«k '1 U;SII I a ■ ivj to writ • for our rates before you purchase at'.ckd toany point ii th" List. Through Tourist Cars frmn tb* l'.U'l FL: ' ( »AST to t 'll I AU<> and Cl N( IN NATL connecting « ilh Tliruugh t rains for all jNiints in the far EAST, SOUTH or SOUTH EAST. l'as» and h indsom-!v equipped, steam-heated trains Din ing O: r , Buffet Libra»-y t'ars. sleeping Cars and T ree Reclining Chair Cars Ihrougt.o it the P 1 owing Mates: ^ J Son>a, Sndia ia, Wisconsin. issouri, Zjennossee, jOouioiana, Siti.xois, 7/Jinncsota, South 'Dakota, Arkansas, J.'cntucky, c /.Vississippi. For particulars regarding freight or passenger rates and service call on or address. ? ILLINOIS CrNiRA! * .Cl V THAI. J. C. 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