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IK III. SANDPOINT, IDAHO, FRIDAY, JAM ARY NT MU F R ;t i. I'.HrJ. SESSIONAL CARDS just ! ! A. STEIN LEIN, 'OH NE Y AND. »UNSELOR-AT-LAW. SANDPOINT. IDAHO. irlven to collections. jR JOHNSON, I ,SANDPOINT, IDAHO. j a,Kl j i ITTOHNEt-AT-LAW, . l. iIeitman in are th. tiie TTORNEY-AT-LA W RATHDRUM, IDAHO :>. f. page ISICIAN AND SURGEON SANDPOINT, IDAHO [Foss' Drugstore..., nsTRY.;; In All of Its Latest Branches by JH. J. B. BUCHANAN Kxunilntttlnn Free - ll)AHO POINT, iS, WATCHES and all kinds or jewelry A.' R. SWEET, SANDPOINT, IDAHO I Is of Repairing I>one Promptly .:All Work Guaranteed .....st INSURANCE.... I I : AY. E. HUTCHINSON, id Point, int frtr tile yl.'KKX Insurance Co Idaho. L ENGINEERS . K .1 J. K. ASHLEY c Sand Polnti - TLDIAM ASIILEV, Jr. Rathdrum, Idaho Idaho j g 1 I'd ins. Homesteads. Kte., accurate- | *yi'i ini draughting neatly executed. Js ! I a .toiiN^lv; BRICKÎoV YER) Idaho Hope, les furnished for all kinds of work. I h . W. DcK4RR'S Tonsorial Parlor H Sandpoint, h ■ ■ Idaho !» For ii First-Class have, Hair Cut, Sea oam or Shampoo I* !» ; H ■■■■ ll Rooms in Connect ion. and Cold Hater, Medical (i ' ake and Vapor Baths. £ t l Thirst Parlor / / # ' f -A ( 'hoicc Dine o INES_ I LIQUORS and _a6ARS - IDAHO - N DPOINT. i * KOOTENAI NEWS h KAIS ; ( «II XTY Olf*ailed From Our Kurliniiire» '«urow» The Coeur d'. Mène mill shut down Christinas Eve. and it is not known just when it will lx? started attain. 1 tiv First Hank of Harrison has eentlÿ been organized with O. it. [ Steward as president and < i. E. Harr, cashier. awl Ollier re A terrific wind storm ranged at Coeur d'Alede last Wednesday night a,Kl Hie next morning small boats, boat houses and barges were lined along the lake shore. l up The settlers along the St. Joe river, in the southern part of the county, are circulai ing a petition asking for a three times a week mail service. The present service is semi-weekly. Prof. Frank A. McCall, principal of th. • Sand point school, came up during tiie week to join Mrs. McCall, remained over Christmas and have been visiting friends and relatives. Kootenai Herald. Louis Ammerman, who has a large logging contract near Sandpoint, was home to spend Christmas. He is working eight teams find reports good progress, but says th y need show. Kootenai Herald. Dr. G. K. Harker of Bonners Ferry, County coroner, vyp called to Hope Thursday, to hold •mi inquest over the remains of Conductor Clias. King, yvlio fell off t he top of a car on his train during a storm and was killed. They The Courier reports a severe wind storm in the vicinity of St. Maries last Thursday morning. The storm lasted about two hours, and some dain age resulted to buildings under c«n ruction and the telephone lines. Athol lias two stores, one black smith shop, one church, two lodges, I one hotel and a fine depot, and there are rumors of another store being put I up. Tlie I. O. O. F. and M. W. of A. are planning tlie erection of a fine : new hall in the spring. Tlie < >dd Fel lows have a membership of about 30 and the Woodmen 36 or 40. countv I Edwjfi Crocyet^Heft a sample of oat straw at th's office measuring over six feet in length, says flu* Coeur d' Alene Press. It came from liis son's place near Hoodoo lake and is a fine j specimen of what Kootenai The Hondo valley | soil will produce. Js located only a short distance s» i il t D ! west of tyndpoint, and ik orte of tin* I most productive valleys in the county. ' I William Eldcrton of Runners |>r.rv returned Thursday from Rat helium where lie had been on court -business, says the Herald. The suit in which he and Mr. H. II. Walker and Calja ban & Hog ie we re interested, against Elmira parties, court. ; I was adjusted out of i \Yc understand that local creditors get aDmt 4u cents on the «!<■! lar. out of which must come ihelr il( ' « torneys' fees and ot her exponas. 1 Hymn Ronshaw sleeps at the Idaho Mercant.il early last Thursday Sander in. ( 'otnpa nv s st ore a nd got up to let V morning tin* Coeur d' \lciie s;i v> for -t mo ■. ||i step!» (1 outsld ,.>nt ami the strong wind blew the IdiHir. which had a spring lock. shut. lea v ing Rv ron on t In-out side vv ; t h ins shirt tail Hopping in »he breez -, Hi * illy signal of distress at hisconi'i.and. Ntr. Sander h-st lit- hat in t he un*- 1 inie Ik-1 Press. Mi excite ; c t bey ' nient and it was gai m d an cut ranc..* t ransom'. if t h- » v- * r one • j ,< * . ei md -ici e -f tin- b -s' Probiii*!y on** » of financiering in 1 1 tow n tint o Pl-si.V pie » Ii -rison for the past y-,b e the Ladies' V livi 11 • ry of the tiiis place at tii r-liurcll of turuin st-eiaid uimtal hiir which clos • I - -f Tu, sdav e, ning. say s t i:<* Searchiigld. 'I'lc* n.-T receipts were >21ë. and fm Ihe year their r -■■- ipts iggregite over This j« certain!;* a great show ■ real credit ontheir # I.Jno. ipgand refi« -ts ' untiring efforts b> raise funds to com plete their clmr it. \t J'ost Kalis last Sunday evening ■f the Imodium t y |** some young men I brew a r'K'k t broug: vfl window of t tie a «•<*upi**d by a crew •1 j-tn liv t b*- sect ion section liotise of Japs, txis.*.. Mr. young men It is a pity that every Ameftcau 'age d'**-s not !ia' v souk otti«"*f nf an novv Prompt m ! Jalbtgher. colivili'ed the if t lie error "f tlieir wav. ; thor ft y and energy who would make it liis business to administer cnrnv [ tion to those youths whose careless % parents have formol ten Solonioii's in junction. "Spare the rod and spoil the child." There is every indication that more, steers than ever liefere will befallene, I ! in tbe country along the St. .lo,> ami , St. Maries rivers this year, says the j St. Maries Courier. It. is estimated,; that at least 1.000 steers will be fed in tliat section tiiis year. Feeding bus 1 not generally commenced yet, but in i some eases ranchers n ipim-nced about ! j ten days ago. while still a large »um- j to l *'*r of cattle are finding good grazing i a in tlie. bills. Animals which have mine in «rom the hills arc reported to be in excellent condition and, it is claimed, will make a quality of beef as high as the corn fed animals of tlie middle west. to ty, , Walter Gilkc. son-in-law of D. L. McKennett, met with a very serious and painful accident, at Newport. tVc first of last week, says the Miner, lie was hauling hay from George W. Johnston's place, and in trying to bind down a load he threw bis whole weight on tlie pole. The pole broke and Mr. Gilke went down on the hard ground on Dis hands. Hotli bones in tlie right forearm were dislocated with an intercondoloyde fracture ot the humm us, or large bom* of the up per arm. Tlie head of the radius, one of the bones of the left forearm, was alsod.islocated,and Mr. Gilke was oth erwise bruised and battered. He is reported getting along nicely under the care of Dr. Phillips. at new saw MILL at PitiKsT KiVEli j -i Indiana Men Hectare l*»rj;tt Trat ts of Tim ber anti Will Manufacture Lumbar. I Tlie White Pine Lumber Company limited, recently oganized in Spokane, by Indiana capital, is tlie latest addi tion to the milling interests of North ern Idaho. The company has secured large tracts of limiter in this county and will erect mills at Priest Hiver. The piling for tlie boom Inis been driveq and the foundation for the main buddings is in and the work is being pushed ulojjg as rapidly as p< s sible. Tlie company is (imposed < f three men of Connorsvllle, Did. Thomas Downs, the president aid I treasurer, was formerly Identified with several business interests h» Un t , e w I ' city, but for the past, two years was located at assistant quarjerinnsler, Astoria, Ort*. L. W. A listed, ' ;c<* ' president, is tlie principal stockholder in the A listed Spring & Axle Compa ny, t lip Hex Huggy Com pan v and the C'onnorsville Wheel Works. ; A. V. Brad rick, the secretary, was formerly engaged in newspaper work as editor of t lie, I *ai ly and Weekly .let - ' i f jan c l)Hln vi ||,.. \ir. ll rad rick last year visited I'ricst River! vall ,, v a pleasure and bun! mg trip. - ' « al)( | i lin g „as farther .. hia 1 !njlK | engaging in the lumber business, but be considered that ilurejt was an opening in tlie lumber busi-jd less at this iMiiiit. lh* ret urn«) holm and b Id a f< vv of his friend», with tii> -I. lie erected. ri stilt that a mill will Tin* i i-nq any s ree, iving b; I;, tor a complete outfit of machinery for a band mill, .v ,t ii a guaranteed ca| m il y * of 6n.i*i o feet )ht day ot lu hojjrs, wnn I anets. icsaws and shingle and lath mills wit Ii dry kilns of large eai-ieMy. 'I he buildings ar- under ■ out ra- ;. and ■ a I orlahie mill is on tlie site cutting Priest ts and other tiroiKT io liiiiilM-r for tie* same. liljldl ! k Mr. • j Diver. ,< 1 >■ I -in and town * ty ai* ''hanging bauds at a liv ly rat . md f>.ridings are g »ing up t a-bdly. sivs. is on a Drink and the gang drinks w itli y u. ff. an I vou go it alone, for the -f t, i4 . s a feast and v our friends are many, fast Told in !<« s\v--ar bar ro -in limn, w lei drinks \oar rum, « tier u lotis taste of ins own g -t a million, for tlmn you can fur nish ball: it's tin* Mg thi f who gsta and they cut you d- ad: they'll not g-*t mad if you treat lb- in t»ad. so long an tlieir ssoniachs are fed. steal if you Advertise and th dollars will .ye. nuit and tliev win rail toarnve; , . . . # for how are men, who have . V o...*y V,' Siiend. !» fini )<m Trc ;i!ive? K*' -lit on h ave, while the little one gm*s t" Jail. i.ocib vnus EHOM KATHIUÎI M % Kecorsl of the W W ||> l>ulu*» at ttai . (unlit) Seat. The Misses. Wells gave a party i New Year's Eve. at their liome. Mrs. C. L. lieitman spent the holi-| ! (laVs in Spokane with relatives, , j D. W. Garwood of Lake Creek was j 1 doing business at the county seat tills I i week. j ! Thomas Fitzsimmons helped Agent j McDermott several days tills week. . . Mis. Alonzo Morns is not expect«d j to live. The doctors think she h»»]""' i a cancer, Sum Hruce lias iullamatory rheum;;-j tisin in bis left foot and side and tins j ■ to walk witli tin- aid of crutches. J. W. Cook and family and Frank I Ruckle, old settlca s of Kootenai conn- j ty, left tor Missouri Sunday morning, . ... . j Several outside parties have been, , . . , ' . _ buying oat« from tin* prairie farmers , , this week, paying fM.uo jx-r hundred for them. llie family of J. I. Daggers have moved into.). M. t 'Mik s residence tor tlie winter. Mr. took will move to Missouri in the spring. , A shooting match was held New Yoar's day tor three young goats. They were won by Lem Quarles, il, j A, Knox and George ilarincr. ! 1 'l'liere was a chicken shoot Sunday F. M. at tlie gun dub grounds. While lurnished the chickens and they were readily disposed of. The Rathdrum Mercantile t pjiipu ny have put a small gas plant in tlieir j store and How haVI* one of the best lighted stores In ( tie city. After tlie ngular meet lug of the K. oi 1*. lodge Tuesday evening, the knights and I heir tainilies held a watch meeting which was enjoyed by all present. E. li. Marsh, telephone ag nt. gives I out tliat tlie minimum rate tor om verst ion between Hat iidrinii aid (Jouer d'Alene, P< st J ails and Wolf , . , , , , Lodge lias been reduced from .id to 2-> * t cents. 1 It is a prclty liad Mule of affairs when a bulge in tills town, wishing to I give a ball had to go to Sucker lake In order to find a hall Urge enough to at e un modale the crowd, but that is w liât the local I * ii hUis l).ul to do < n New Year's night. R. F. Dyer and wife n-t; rii'-d Imme from Newport Tuesday, having spent Christmas there witli relative-,, i n y returned overland, and L ib says lie hud to cut about 60 trees out of tic road I et ween M< Kiel's p| .ee in spirit I valley and Spirit lake in order to get ' throiigl . ' All the préparât Ions have lu eu coin pleted for tie* Joint installai ini <>i t lu nfllccrs * -f t ! »*• lv ■ of i '. iodg - and Katli - Sisb rs Tuesday ■ veiling, Jan. 7. -Knight nl i'ytbias. Uailil.o ,- Msters *'ttd their families nr • invited to t nd, anil t Ie Kingi is with- ut t-iuil* Kar<- p imiii -d to firing Ilu-lr kHl-. ' si j • i'*e* •>*■»-.» Mou» I (,!■ j• |,| ;| ,„,| M - , , M nie a g-"d api-ar.iii > m nigh sin< - t hr*c of our busiiii -s men have pm III tlie ii'-w ga*.o|iii*- I. inps. N . a r Eve. i-t th* I.. of M •>. llrew - \ pliasant t,me vv.s had New ' ait v in h mur of ■ r. who gave a Mis •<-» Hag - and < -io son ami I'errv Ti-irty gnosis wen* in evening was spent in . s nut il I lie I - • ii fm \\ am*maker. v iti d and I lie miMocand g.u usherii g in of the N« w Quite a.I evil ing time was ha I I- - t w* « n an Itinerant «-ye ri<e*tor naired Will;ai-.s mid **ur w*irth) < ilt/- n. limiter, it seems tliat '\ iiii; m, mu limiter had some I :mib! • ■ ml !i.11 1 ' **i ••-;ll*-*l him b a- eo-ant Ly dist.guriiig,,-..»« tits til Df iiliti ilU» f ' « « I - *|kT P'UÏ si ots at him. wlneb made Williams fr-< I that ins prisoner* in Hop was not ! I want-d. : TurU Mort I» lt«m* ml»«*rinK. ( Other kinds of anv- rtising »s ail rigtit in it» way. but tlie iH-ws|Kiin*r is reeogniz'sl-as the te-si medium In let ting peopl* know you have something t-> sell, betaute- it reaeln-s tti<- pur chaser even wc*-k. tiftv-two 'ine-s a »rar. Ke« y^nr everlastingly in it -s wh»t romriN » n«I that Is whv con stan t advertise!* Mir«*i*«*ds. TW* an worth reniiMMlwriutf i * <*ur <!' \ Prfv. ruikftl WEEK (IE IIlkTÜllT l'(M Ml Krrort! of l'mmUain Hail III hiMitrual . iount)» lllgliM.1 Tribunal. i Caw* nf Husilda Mondraux vs. Doth • Mondiaux, divorce, prayer of plaint!!! granted. Frank Crater, a native of Germany was admitted to citizenship. Case of Dan Mclnniwet ai. v*. W i. Slieehv, ejectment, came on i égalai ly j * ,,r * ri ' 1 ' **' i'iry. I * n*t'of State vs. I hormis He mi ne j defendant was sentenced for t!ir--e ..years in the penitentiary at hard la ,. , , . h»»]""' Ä "' 1 ouunsel was a,1 " wpd Feb. 10 to pr«|»are aiwl tile bill of cv icepilonsto its used on moiioii fora lu .„ j ■ In the matter of the probate of Hu las! will and testament of J. O, Brady, I proponents motion to dismiss the ap j point ment of guardian ad litem, hav jinu l«-en taken underadvisement, was j denied by the court. The special <!• . , . . murrer to contest herein was su- , . . . . , . . , , r t uned and case set for trial Jan. t ai . Tl '' v . , I he ease of I hos. Norton v«. Wtii Yune „„q \ ph,,atc, action to qujet tit^e, was ordered dismiss;--.! without prejudice, each purl) to pa v Ids own coMk. Case of Francis M. Ileiikie vs. .It n "I' 1 Henkle, divorce, prayer of plai j HIT granted. ! Aase of Melnnls vs. Kheehy jury 1 tirmiglit in a verdict for plaintiff and 31.00 damages. Case cf state vs. Wllheimbuse, tence of imprisonment for life was pronounced. t use of Adam l'eabody vk. hsula-n Johnson, appeal from justice court, cairn- on regularly for trial t»y Jury. The case of John Fisher vs. ko<> tenai county came up on plaintiff's mot mu to vacate and set aside an oi der of the Is »aid of county commis sinners founingschool district No. It was taken under advisement bv tie I ii Srn Court. In the case of Robert Neill vs. K Ul I teenal county, appeal from board oi county commissioners, having herd" fore liecn taken under advisement. d< , , .. , . , t vision was rendered In fu vor of plain 1 tiff. V( rillet "f Jury In case of I'caltotly I vs. Johnson, was rendered for plaint ill an ,| j |, a ( | H «•ntltled to recover from defendant tlie sum of $110.60. Arguments of ruumiel In Hntdtr w ill ease, as pi the right of a Jury in Hie c iM*. were heard Thursday. Slrlalilty^ I'arly lu Kllrrult-k'a ('ami* I riday evening, Dec. 27th some of sand|Kilnt 's young peopl- to< k advan tage of the fine sleighing und lie bright moonlight to vNIt tlie new lumber camp of Ellern k Pros, at (»reeiiougb'u spur, which Is at | re*eul in charge of W. E. Ilulchininti, (mh me sleigh could Ik* secured, so four <<i I lie y oung men lorrow«*«! sja eders and • morUed" their passage, wrl lle.oiieoi ' i lie iii-iie sol liuslaslb* pumped a liand .1 the "bole distance ;,!one ratls-i loan miss Ifie fun. Alter theft ,n riv - , I- II >vas called lone If iinv laid .allen t. I lie wayside. Dytieing was nd ■ - d ill mil 11 II :.to w ben l lie p * ' j v,, I . g 1 1 ■,ll>|y Mirptlscil I V II verv.oo -boiUai luneli served l > t|„ eainî - . aft*, e wlih-li lit«,* homeward nip . - I. Tliose pre .e|,| w «-I | t -, » ImHi, usons. JI itrtti, Murpli |,.,tb,|e -, I'latt, W rkman an V « '»I: i--*rs EmtNills Foss, I ag. l.rirw II, Yebcr • »re- lie, N( Kbit. 111 . ; E * i rcpmi. <1 a g - -ue . a • f t ii hleigbliig holds out H •v;» I 1 bat -ill ittn-r and larg* . -.-I a I ; in ihe t Ie- trip in I lie II« 11 fut ure. ' l!|( ) j, ; ■ Vil t rUHe-l l.rll- r,, The f-'! w ing 1-*?lets have not Icon • i led loi ai d I■•:> in >1« ad in tbo | - • otln-o al -.Uiii|«»iiit, Idaiio. lee. - D--t -» > m- t-u k-.- \ I« i. h.--».i i--ru. vv in»- u,r,s, -tn, H. t ! Kefi ; ay. Jilll.t » I la-» VtlK-lietl. 'f rv W - vpMynn. VV -.t» r ■guM- kt nliusii. (»• g I r»s| UfOlr .. I(. A .i l* Mn. W lîlitir .f Ovki'll vv i ♦> Hfl», 4,'lliu. lit im« r, « v I Iburg« > , Jailli Joie», l'ii» Jiitiiinu«. I lia. .1 el h ali I Mr. I.till« ring Aayt.-I >!• rr -or llugli vti-Ki » m k slark» Vita r-k. J M. 4 W % smti; . i .( w, *. *ir- a ii ; , , ph i^ # H4I \. * #< * J.* • %l f 1 " Ul»>OX. I.M licriuy. Midi»* ' lain * V\ (lU. Mi W I »«lie). .1 «•■>>• - U. io..». .l.-ttn W i M,I1 ■*. v*. W jien I a.bug f<-r any of the ..Ih-v.