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j-'lor dc Hamilton cigars. a4 ,. itutler has returned to Spo ikc - S. E. Henry of Bonners was in town today, ie Knaak of Wrencoe is tran , perbuiiul business in town to yer ' Marsh and wife have been vis- ! Missoula fur the past several at n ty Assessor Bortlivvick was in „gain this week assessing Sand property. I Bradley is having a two-story built adjoining the rear of Uaiiiess block. i cold snap of the past few days put a temporary check on log ug in this locality, cdancing party which had been uueed for March 28th by the L. M.. lias been postponed. I). Hughes, the dentist, returned Spokane last Saturday where be j been sojourning the past three ion Hoke Flor dc Hamilton cigars, ai Hitraetor O. E. Oleson is building H)-story residence of his own west Lenland residence on Church lie t. M.O. F. Page is contemplating a Heastiuthe near future, but the Hof his departure is not yet deii known. Willard, a Northern Pacific ^■ractor, was here Tuesday inspect ante work that lias been done on ^■trestle. !Htrrcn Berry, a prominent settler H^Laclede, was in town Monday. ports much activity in the tim Hmlustry at Laclede. Hrry Sawyer, niglit watchman, tonight for Portland on person Hsinoss. He expecs to to be absent Hthree or four days. Moody made a professional visit Hark Fork Monday. The doctor Mrs. Horary quarters in rooms over Gil store. Doyle, proprietor of a saloon place who lias been ill at Spo Mlor the past 10 days, is reported improved and expects to return in a few days. wife and four children of Wil Johnson arrived from Minnesota Hxlay's train. They will reside at Hix, where Mr. Johnson is engaged Hg^oig for Mr. Logan. and Mrs. J. F. Chapman were j rec 'Pients of a bouncing girl baby | Friday. Mother and daughter ■reported to be doing nicely, while ; Htihapman is tlie proudest man in ; Moody have established in. Ponce de post liest because liest." In Havana cigars, at Baldwin's. a4 l E. Gatlin lias assumed llie duties Lsliier for the Humbird Lumber | npai.y. tlie position heretofore held ; 1. i). Metcalf. The latter will now to book-; p his entire attention ping. t is reported that a labor organiza I wit., inst ituted here last Saturday nine with a membership of about ; Ti e name of the union and the j n who did lhe organizing could not li artied. huiles Short, who has been eon d to his home for tlie past thr e nur weeks with a very severe at kof lnuseultir • rheumatism, is re tell to b<? on the road to recovery. lar'oii gers of Spring.—We received ay a large shipment of spring and amer goods, consisting of laces, ail- ; r Joking, muslin underwear, wrap- j s. Millions and trimmings. 1 see them. C. D. G illett. Cull : : ' • H. I »arrow and family are ex letl to rot urn to Sandpoint about , when work on the trestle j Harrow and i ri! ] M r. tie resumed. jtiîly meat Pas.-o, Wash., where they the past two Vl iieen stopping mtlis. b. and Mrs. W. A. Haws left for We it n DKane Wednesday night. rs tand that Mr. Haws does not in H(1 t( 1 locate in Spokane pennan to. lr.it merely make it his licad tl; lcrs until he decides on a puTiian 1 location. I I 'you desire a voice in the coaling '■'s'- election you will have to regis • t he registration bonks are t lie Postottiee store ir Wilson is prepared to quali >ou as an elector. The books will' ■ on Saturday, March 21». lll oke Flor de Hamilton cigars. Steicktlman, at one time : now where a4 v. 1-. ...rry ¥ I hi' week we have a few STRONG ITEMS • •• Fruin the various departments lower than our usually low prices, ing butter for 12} cents, tionally good for îiciuir so Blend," delicious coffee, none better, 40 cents. of m>.r store, and they are \\ e have a good cook "Dandy" coffee in bulk, exeep: "Nobliy "Mocha and Java," . $ 1 . 00 . ! cheap, cents. (iood cooking apples, box 10 cents. j Come in and let us show you our dainty. SPRUNG DRESS GOODS ♦ A • • The designs this year are a decided improvement over those of last. We have them in dress patterns only and no two alike. Dimity, pink, blue—navy, black and white, 20 ets. Batiste—fresh and dainty—just the thing for tlie new par ty dress, là and 20 cents. Silk Novelties, Zephyr Uing hams, Nainsooks and Lawns, 10, 12} and 15 cents. On the way and will soon be here, an elegant line of sum mer laces, allovers and notions, ladies' wrappers, shirt waists and muslin underwear. We will sell you fresh flannelettes at a bargain, for we must have more shelf room. JUST RECEIVED—n large Shipment of Ladies' Child ren's and Men's flue Shoes and Rubbers, all sizes and prices. Sandpoint, Idaho C. D. GILLETT, j | ; ; 8ft i H r*: * > . : H H ft ft Ü ft H You will need some and NOW is the TIMM 1 have just received a LAUGH and H to buy. CAREFULLY selected Stock of New Styles H H H and Patterns. Wall Paper PB ICES arc Low Call and examine my line of H or than for years. H H > 1 a i a ; d B P | I have also ? purchase '. Before making your full line of ; ! « liv?»: aoi ■ ..Paints, Oiis and Varn t i 0 A ; g j vj & White Lead, Paint Crushes, Etc., Lit., AT THE DRUG STORK e EM 3 t) i Send Point, îdüiio. CtiAS. R. fOSS, 6 Is •r '.0 ; j y f - -m, i. -j. ni,mr ffKlTWBEI'»AkNM«mWAI iitc. a, j upngnü' 8 — B rfi X»! nBxsafe itai Rates! es> H I ja D* ! 71 a Tabic $ 5.75 l iH SiippHeti 3 Ai s s n iH m XX i t i I tlio Per Vfot;k g Meals I H >j : M iH 0 Best BIBS MRS. J. MALONEY, Prop : ' Thai the , j i Market 25 Cts. I h ?» . Sandpoint, - Affords ^ hi « MEAT.... MARKET ^ ILlOC.S .X V. M.UAU i'r ins SnmljKiiht, (I STAR % 1 * t tfC'. - u 5 ? ! „■ ' «k0mt * ft I lilt;! I i< 4 0 I | : i Frssö Beef. PcrK, Hutton ffi WAi . 7 !ti n È « fisü, Qam and Oysters in Season a4 i the and ft POSTOmCE STORE » ft ft - von - Confectionery, Stationary, Cigars and Tobaccos of finest Quality ft ft ft ft ft ft ft or ft ft ft W. WILSON. Proprietor SANDPOINT. - - IDAHO -rrr.rrv. ft .Vrrr^rnrr ft 'vu' «■an Tiy lti'i.u* ovi-n n.-r.cd iii- ni fciv.ns ■v n ■ *' / !-!h. lOVViS for C PI ? I'm- Duly tin guinous « 8« M EASTERN flfilliï ç ; i 3 i j_.. 0 Çling I.riiN AIM» AUM I I nipr. S:m 1 j.-'lut I r". • or. .'.ul mul I'im-. '.0 ft H « ja 71 ■ ot % <*ur M» alH at tlie Short Or (ter !*: Restaurant . .Bon Ton ft iH ft ■w ft W. .1 IIAVW. Prrqtr'iAor. iH H WK 3 TE G 00 KS C lu I v Kn>! i > ril. H _ >j Open... Day anf ...Night ft iH i Prrk nt Dfic|nl! ; eri u i Dlitil Jl i UolOI uj r j, ft ! oiiuopvi'.i LI i iJ i h . ...Icaî'.o ft ft ! I « r- 1 - -J.-.-,ii.o \ % A BARBE« SBor... W ft SPHINiaEI«, prop. I n SlîAt ING and Hairgut ling in First-tllas., Style. Give me a trial and J will give you satisfaction. South of Cilti-U's Slow. 1 I B ! K P • a Sandpoint, Idaho « i « un i ty jwmr book-keeper for Ignatz Weil here, died at Spokane on the 14th instant.' Mr. Stelckelman was well known and highly respected during his residence here, and the news of his death was a shock tu his many friends in Sand point. Mike Ferguson was in town several days this week, returning to Spokane Thursday, while here Mr. Ferguson rented one half of the W ni taker building on Rail road street and intends to stock the same with a full line of gents furnish-, ing goods. K. I). Fannin is in receipt of a letter, from ills parents who are now back n 4 New York, information that Mrs. Farmin has been quite ill with pneumonia. This will delay Mr. Farmin'a return tq Sand point and lie Is not expected home before April 1st. L. Larson, of the firm of Larsoi; Bros, at ltathdrum, stopped ofT irç Sand point several hours last Saturday, on his way to Hope. Mr. Larson pur-, chased quite a large consignment of farm produce from the local firm of Butler & Culver, which Le had ship ped to Ilathduun. Smoke Flor de Hamilton cigars. a4 understand that Wc The letter conveys the It Is not so much what the newspa pers say as what neighbor says tq neightsir, pr friend to friend, that lias brought Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy into such gen It is as natural for people oral use. to express their gratitude after using this remedy as it is for water to tlow downhill. It Is the one remedy that can always be depended upon, wheth baby be sick with cholera infam it man with cholera morbus. Have. For er a turn or It is pleasant, safe and reliable, you a bottle of it in your home? sale hy C'. R. Foss. m UUKKN VICTORIA'S HAIR It» Profusion at the Tima of Her IHalh WM* a Wunder. Over 80 years old at the time of her death, yet her hair was luxuriant, and for years had been a marvel. Tim court physician Unna's discovery treated her Majcs. ty's scalp with a germ destroying preparation which lie always kept se cret. It is now known, however, that the remedy for dandruff, the germ destroying element, is embodied In Newbro's Herpiclde, the only hair preparation on the market that does destroy the dandruff germ. Without dandruff, hair will grow profusely, and falling hair will be stopped. •'Destroy the cause you remove the ef fect. following Prof. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft »» ft Tu Whom It M*r Concern: ft Please take notice that my wife Mrs. F. il, Wilson, lias tills dav, with out my consent aud against my will, left my home and refused to live with me. 1, therefore, shall not be respon sible for necessaries furnished to lier, or anything furnished to her of any kind whatever. ft ft ft ft FRANK WILSON. Dated this 4th day of March, PJ02. To Ml Whom It M«y Concern: As my wife, Mrs. Minnie Shurai lias left my bed and board witlioui just cause or provocation, 1, W. F. Iiarai, hereby forbid any and all per fciv.ns from liariioring or trusting hoi uiMiii my account. C PI '...rw-iw ç ; W. F. SIT A HAL A Rood (Tbii;Ii f«»r llillJrru. "1 have no hesitancy In recommend 0 Çling ( hambe Iain's Cough Remedy,' says F. P. Moran, a well known and popular tinker of Petersburg, Va. •■We have given jt to oilr eliildren wlii'ii trmibleil witb bad cougim, also whooping, and U lias always given p<-r te l satisfai t ion. It was recomineiid <mI to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as It con tained no opium or other harmful drug." Sold by C. K. Foss. ft !*: . ft ft ft in H ft Idickjait Tram (dlmcUa. i Cobwi-lis put on a cut lately gave a eri u i w, ' 1,,!l " 1 " , ' k i nw - Mun,,n8 k " mT that uj r j, j l( , t|,jiig t,o put on a cut is Ruck ft ! Icn's Arnica Salve. Use infallible in al LI i er of wounds, ulcers, sores skin erup iJ i t ions, burns. m-jiM* and pih-s. It no pay. Only 20e at Foss' 1 ft cures or ft ! drug Subscii'ie for The Republican. I of the local and countv news for only a icar. m si or -. All \ PATENT YOU CAN anything too loTent or improve ; alio «ft CAVE AT.TRADE-M ARK. COPYRIGHT or DESIGN PROTECTION. Hrnil mod^l, »ketch, or photo, for free examinstion *nd »drirr. 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